Highlanders News · Highlander Athletics – Winter Alumni Updates

A’ja Wilson (’14) capped off a 25-point night with a game-winning shot with 1.1 seconds to play to lead #4 South Carolina to a 2-point win in their SEC opener over Texas A&M.  The preseason National Player of the Year will have her Heathwood Hall jersey retired on Friday, January 12th, between the Varsity Girls and Boys Basketball games that night — Make your plans to attend!


Brandon Hill (’16) helped lead Duke to the Quick Lane Bowl title on January 26th in Detroit!  Hill was highlighted several times for key tackles against Northern Illinois on ESPN.





Victoria Dickerson (’16) scored a career-high 21 points in her second start of the season for Columbia International, leading the Rams to a 66-64 victory over Columbia College!



Gabe Brandner (’13) claimed a Quick Lane Bowl victory in his final Duke football game, before traveling to New Orleans for the Allstate Sugar Bowl, where he was recognized as one of the 22 members of the AFCA Good Works team.  The Good Works team recognizes senior football student athletes who excel on the field and in the classroom, but particularly for their work in their communities.




Trent Flemming (’16) continues to excel on the floor and in the classroom for NCCAA #4 Johnson University, but has also ventured into outreach in the Knoxville, TN area, founding his own AAU program Team Passion Elite!