Playing basketball offers students a valuable learning experience filled with life lessons: leadership, teamwork, responsibility, respect, integrity, selflessness, hard work, and how to handle and deal with adversity. These positive character skills are the foundation of our girls basketball program.
We believe a successful team is built on disciplined practice, which leads to success, and teamwork. Coaches help players learn to work cooperatively during practice and in games, striving to pursue a team creed of “victory with honor, sacrifice for team, and pride in self and school.” We also believe that a rewarding and fun basketball program can coexist with the belief that the vital lessons of athletics are learned from the honorable pursuit of victory—from competition, rather than outcome.
Meet the Coach
As a former lady Ute at the University of Utah and a UHSAA state champion for Skyline High School, head coach Stacy Martin brings invaluable experience and expertise to her coaching role. Coach Martin was an assistant coach for Rowland Hall from 2011 to 2023 when she transitioned to head coach. Her dedication to the team and love for the game have made her a respected and integral figure in our community.
Meet Our Alums
The Rowland Hall girls basketball program has produced numerous players who have gone on to play at the college level, from Division I universities like Creighton to Division III universities like Emory and Puget Sound. Our lady Winged Lions represent.
Winged Lion Legacy
As the oldest athletic team in Rowland Hall's 155-plus-year history, hundreds of young women have passed through our girls basketball program. The first recorded instance of girls basketball at the school dates to approximately 1906, when girls were photographed playing the sport on campus.
If you have sport-specific questions, email the coach. For general athletics questions, email the Athletics Department. For website questions, email the webmaster.
Director of Athletics
Assistant Director of Athletics
Project Coordinator, Athletics
Aliette Frank ’96
Robert Lainhart ’11