McKenna Woliczko ’26


Player of the Week

Wednesday, June 8th, 2022

McKenna Woliczko

     McKenna Woliczko, 6’1, Class of 2026 is from San Bruno, CA. 

     McKenna is an active and agile player who is not afraid to battle. She takes up space and has excellent court awareness. Woliczko is constantly flashing with her hands up, asking for the ball. She catches everything, securely and smoothly. She finds spots around the high post, low post or middle of the paint where she can gain position to catch and score. McKenna intelligently uses multiple counter moves to get around the defense or stop them in their tracks so she can score successfully. Her footwork is remarkable allowing her to move with ease. If she’s not driving or posting up, McKenna uses her soft touch to hit mid range shots. Woliczko is no stranger to contact. She can hold her own and fight her way through it to finish strong. McKenna is relentless on the boards, both offensively and defensively. She often often scores from offensive rebounds. With her length, Woliczko alters and blocks shots. 

      Academically, McKenna has a 4.0 GPA. She was awarded the Parkside Math Achievement Award and invited to the STEM Conference at Cal Berkeley. In addition, McKenna is an elite softball player. She plays shortstop for her team. 


    McKenna’s goal is to win a national championship in college! As an 8th grader now (Summer of 2022), after only playing one year of competitive basketball, McKenna holds DI offers from University of Pacific, UC Irvine and Southern Utah. 



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