Nanalia Wagoner ‘18 Recruiting Profile

  • Bethel High School
  • Spanaway, WA
  • Women's Basketball
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Nanalia Wagoner's Women's Basketball Recruiting Profile
Tree of Hope
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  • 2017 Highlights

Personal Statement

My name is Nanalia Ho’olehua Pu’uwai Kahulamu Wagoner, AKA (Nana). I just completed 11th grade; and attending Bethel High School in Spanaway, WA. I also completed the Running Starting Program at Pierce College. I maintained a 3.83 GPA for the last 2 years; I am currently maintaining a 3.9 GPA. I am on the quarterly Presidents list at Pierce College for the fall and winter and the Dean’s List for spring quarter. I am very active in sports. I have been playing girls’ basketball from an early age of 7, started in 2007, continued to play the sport and gained a new-found love of basketball. I am very determined, show leadership and hold high goals to get a full, ride scholarship to college to play on the basketball team or for my academics; I want to double major in Law and Psychology. I understand it takes hard work and determination to reach my goals.

I am working at the YMCA as Youth Staff. I provide supervision, leadership and motivate participants in Youth sports such as Basketball, Soccer and Flag Football programs. I promote a positive environment that fosters fun, safety and our YMCA values, also safe sporting experience for an assigned group of athletes, while they learn individual and team games skills, sportsmanship and fair play. Work to establish and improve team unity and spirit. I love working with kids, making them feel good about themselves, encouraging them that they can be anything they want when they grow up. Children are our future.

When I attended Steilacoom High School I was the only freshman, starting five, varsity player. I played varsity from my freshman to sophomore year. I play two positions, point guard and shooting guard. I practiced 4 days a week with the team, conditioning, weight training and running sprints. I average 12 points per game, 80% free throws, and 50% field goal. I am predominately a left-hand ball player but able to use both hands.

I currently play with the girls’ basketball team at Bethel High School. I was a junior, starting five, varsity player. I play two positions, point guard and shooting guard. I practice 6 days a week with the team, conditioning, weight training and shooting 300 shots a day. My team went 17-3 in the season. We went to state, playing at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, WA. We played hard but didn’t make to the finals. I have high hopes that my basketball team will win state next year.

I play with the 17U/Elite AAU girls traveling basketball team, Tree of Hope based in Renton, WA. Their mission is to provide young women with the opportunity to develop confidence, leadership abilities and friendships among carious socioeconomic and cultural line. Tree of Hope offers its participants the types of experiences that will prepare players for many challenges of life that lie ahead. The vision of Tree of Hope was built on the belief that basketball can be used as a vehicle leading to success and fulfillment to young people from all walks of life. Tree of Hope is the only girls NIKE sponsored team in the Pacific Northwest. If you would like more information, please go to the website at or you may contact Coach Eugene Brown directly at 425-736-6145.

I train 2 days a week with a basketball trainer, Eric Ritter is the owner and head skills trainer of Basketball Training Mentorship. He train’s Hooper’s to know and understand the game. Every Hooper will increase their basketball IQ, by learning how to read the defense and play defense offensive minded. Please contact him to learn more or you may contact him directly at 612-578-9703.

Bethel High School Girls Basketball 
Brave’s 2016-2017 – Varsity/Starter – Team Captain 
Position played: Point/Shooting Guard

Steilacoom High School Girls Basketball 
Sentinels 2014-2016 – Varsity/Starter 
Position played: Point/ Shooting Guard

AAU Elite Girls Basketball 
AAU Tree of Hope Girls Basketball Team – Current 
Position played: Point/Shooting Guard

AAU Northwest Magic Girls Basketball Team -2012-2016 
Position played: Point/Shooting Guard/Team Captain

Recognition Accomplishment 
I have been recognized as one of the best youth basketball players in the United States. 
“The Best Basketball Player of AAU 2014-2015 
South Puget Sound League – Scholar Athlete Award 2014-2015

Athletic Accomplishments 
Best Offensive Player – Basketball 2014-2015 Steilacoom High School 
Most Valuable Player – Basketball 2015-2016 Steilacoom High School 
Honorable Mention – Basketball 2016-2017 Bethel High School

Training/Camp & Clinics opportunities: 
•The Combine 64 Invitational, Matt Convey, Portland Community College in Portland, OR 
•Stanford University – Tara Hoops Stanford Girls Basketball Camp, Stanford, CA 
•Washington State University – Women’s Basketball Elite Camp, Spokane, WA 
•University of Washington – Women’s Basketball Seattle, WA 
•Arizona State University – Basketball Camp Tempe, AZ 
•University of California Berkley – Girls Basketball Camp Berkley, CA

Academic Accomplishments 
•National Student Leadership Conference – Will be attending Georgetown University in WA DC August 3-August 11th for Law and Advocacy 
•Presidents List – Pierce College for 4.0 GPA 
•National Honor Society Member 
•Associated Student Body Member 
•Honor Roll – 3 years 
•Leadership Class - Vice President 
•Varsity Letter for Community Service with the United Way in Pierce County

Community Service 
•Special Olympics Golf Tournament, Meadows Golf Club – Tacoma, WA – Job duties: Assigned to hand out water, hold the flag, caddy and help with registration – 4 hours 
•You Go Girl Race Downtown Tacoma – Tacoma, WA - Job duties: Assigned to hand out water, food, medals and help with registration – 2 hours 
•Basketball Head Start Program sponsored by Northwest Magic – Puyallup Recreation Center Puyallup, WA and Ballou Middle School Puyallup, WA – Job duties: To assist in coaching K-3rd graders the fundamentals of ball handling, shooting and various drills. - 3 hours’ weekly 
•Tacoma Rescue Mission – Tacoma, WA – Job duties: Assigned to handout food and blankets to the homeless – 3 hours 
Kamehameha School Exploration (Summer Program) 2014 
Kamehameha School mission is to fulfill Pauahi's desire to create educational opportunities in perpetuity to improve the capability and well-being of people of Hawaiian ancestry. 
Kamehameha Schools is a dynamic and nurturing learning community committed to educational excellence. We assist people of Hawaiian ancestry to achieve their highest potential as "good and industrious men and women." We do so by contributing to their development as people who are: 
Grounded in spiritual and Christian values; intellectually, emotionally, and socially self-reliant; 
Resourceful, resilient, life-long learners; equipped with the skills they need to succeed in endeavors of their choosing; responsible, ethical, contributing members of their multi-cultural and diverse 
communities, and prepared to practice and perpetuate the Hawaiian values and traditions.

Moku'aina A Wakinekona Hawaiian Civic Club – A Member of the Hawaiian Community

The oldest Hawaiian community-based grass roots organization founded in 1918 by Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana’ole, Delegate to the United States House of Representative 
A confederation of fifty-eight (58) Hawaiian Civic Clubs located throughout the State of Hawai`i and in the States of Alaska, California, Colorado, Illinois, Nevada, Utah, Virginia, Washington State, Tennessee and Texas. 
Advocate for improved welfare of native Hawaiians in culture, health, economic development, education, social welfare, and nationhood, to name a few. 
Perpetuate and preserve language, history, music, dance and other cultural traditions. 
Remain a recognized voice of the Native Hawaiian people and make the organization self-sustaining. 
Serve with care in advocacy of culture, health, economic development, education, social welfare and nationhood.

I will be traveling with my AAU team for two tournaments in California starting July 23rd – 29th. I hope that you will be able to come out and check out our game at one of the following tournaments:

EOT Bay Area Ultimate Challenge 
July 23-25, 2017 - Walnut Creek, CA

JULY 26 - 29 - Orange County, CA

If you would like to see my basketball highlights please go to and I also have full game footage from my high school team, Bethel High School that went 17-3 for the season on I have provided some links that were competitive:

Video 1 - Bethel High School vs Wilson High School - 
Video 2 – Bethel High School vs Wilson High School - 
Video 3 – Bethel High School vs Wilson High School - 
Video 4 – Bethel High School vs Wilson High School - 
Video 1 – Bethel High School vs Todd Beamer High School – 
Video 2 – Bethel High School vs Todd Beamer High School – 
Video 1 – Bethel High School vs Stadium High School – 
Video 1 – Bethel High School vs Mount Tahoma High School - 
Video 2 – Bethel High School vs Mount Tahoma High School -

Please feel free to contact me at 253-355-3275 or by email at with any questions. 

Nanalia Ho’olehua Pu’uwai Kahulamu Wagoner


High School Information

  • Years w/ Varsity:
  • 1 year
  • Varsity Starter:
  • 1 year
  • 2017 Varsity Team
  • Starter - Jersey: #22

Club Information

  • Seasons of Club Experience:
  • 2 seasons
  • 2015 Tree of Hope (17U Elite )
  • Notes: Nike sponsored team ranked 3rd in the nation
  • 2013 Northwest Magic (Elite 8th/High School)
  • Notes: For more information about the Northwest Magic Team please go to the following website

Coach References

  • Club Coach
  • Eugene Brown - Tree of Hope
  • Club Coach
  • Vanessa McClendon

Additional Sports

  • Volleyball
  • F
  • 2 Years
  • Varsity Team
  • Most Valuable Player - 2012 (twice)



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High School Information

High School:
Bethel High School
(253) 683-7000

Academic Accomplishments

Honors Classes:
Yes. Charter Club National Honor Society Member
AP Classes:
Yes. AP History
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Awards, Achievements and Activities

  • Award
    • National Honor Society Member Honor Roll - 3 years Associated Student Body Member
  • Activity
    • Leadership Program - Vice President Speech and Debate Team Mokuaina Hawaiian Civic Club Member

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