Bria Holmes led Hillhouse to 3 State Championships and was also the first female from Connecticut to be selected for the McDonalds All-American. Holmes while at West Virginia University was named Female Athlete of the year, scored 2,000 career points, and was inducted into the WVU hall of fame.
Holmes went on to be drafted in the first round to the Atlanta Dream and was recently traded to the Connecticut Sun taking this season off after recently giving birth to her first child. Holmes will playing in the 2019 season for the Connecticut Sun.
Danny Lawhorn a point-guard who possesses a high basketball IQ also from Connecticut played for Washington State University. He lead the NCAA for two consecutive years in assists.
Lawhorn spent time playing professional basketball overseas in Europe and South America.
He is currently dedicated to using his knowledge and experience with the game of basketball to help with skill development and teach the next generation.