NBL and WNBL 2001/02
Current Boomer and Adelaide 36ers captain Brett Maher is one of Australia's best players. He has represented Australia at the 1994 and 1998 World Championships as well as the 1996 and 2000 Olympics. After attending the Australian Institute Of Sport and representing Australia in junior teams, Brett returned to Adelaide to help resurrect the Adelaide 36ers into a NBL powerhouse helping them win two NBL titles and in the process achieving the Larry Sangstock Medal as MVP in the 98/99 Grand Final Series.
Phil Smyth is one of the all-time greats of Australian Basketball. The current Adelaide 36ers head coach has represented Australia at 5 World Championships and 4 Olympic Games. After a long and successful NBL career with the St. Kilda Saints, Canberra Cannons, Adelaide 36ers and Sydney Kings, Phil has returned to take the reigns at the Adelaide 36ers. He immediately tasted success, leading the 36ers to the NBL title in 1998 in his rookie season, as well as going back to back in winning the 1999 title.
Tammy Hoare is in her third season for the Adelaide Lightning. She was an integral part of the AIS winning the 1999 WNBL title. Tammy played with Sturt from Under 16's representing South Australia many times at Australian Championships. She has developed into a talented tall forward/centre and is playing a key role for the Adelaide Lightning both as a starter and off the bench.
Jason Williams is in his fourth season with the Adelaide 36ers and has logged over 100 NBL games. Jason has played with Sturt from Under 12's to ABA Men. His performances in the ABA over the last few years have earned him a spot with the Adelaide 36ers in 1998/99. Jason has also coached Sturt junior, winning many State junior championships and the Under 12 National Junior Classic in 1993.
Soon to be added: Monique Bowley, Deanna Smith (Adelaide Lightning), Laura Sumerton(AIS), Oscar Forman, Jacob Holmes, Matthew Illman (Adelaide 36ers).