Below is a picture when Madeline Homoly officially signed her National Letter of Intent to attend D-I University of South Dakota on Nov 13th.

I couldn’t be more proud to have her represent the first, of what I think will be many, SBA members to play at that level. She epitomizes what SBA stands for, Hard Work and Having Fun! 

Madeline Signing Day

It’s hard to believe that when she starting attending SBA and the end of her sophomore year, she couldn’t make 50% of her free throws and she had no “face the basket game” to speak of. Now, she makes 3’s almost every game and shoots over 75% from the line.  Plus, she can get to the rim with a variety of moves.

She has honed her skills and accomplished these goals through hard work, dedication and the support of a loving family.

To update her season – Madeline led the Bishop Miege team to an undefeated 25-0 record and their second straight Kansas 4-A state title. She averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds a game. She was later named First team all Conference and All State as well as the Top Kansas City Female Basketball Player by the KC Star!

Madeline amd the Banner

Way to go Madeline! (Notice the SBA t-shirt she is wearing? Way to represent!)

Bill Stutz is the founder and head clinician of Stutz Basketball Academy. You can connect with him via social media on FacebookTwitterLinkedIn and YouTube. You can also email him directly at