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Simply put, Courtney (Boylan) Douglass is one of the greatest female basketball players to ever come out of Minnesota. A graduate of Chaska High School, Courtney led her team to its first appearance in the state tournament in 10 years and a fourth-place finish her senior year. She graduated with school records for most 3-pointers in school history (212), most points in a single game (43), and points in a career (2,148 points).

After winning the 2008 Miss Basketball award, Courtney went on to play her college basketball at the University of Michigan. 

A four-year letter winner at the University of Michigan, Courtney averaged 12.7 points per game as a senior and earned Big Ten Conference honorable mention accolades that season. She also averaged 32.1 minutes per contest and scored in double figures in 25 games that season as Michigan advanced to the NCAA Tournament.

Courtney was also named the most valuable player of that season’s Paradise Jam in the Virgin Islands. In addition, she finished her career with 844 points and shot 81.3 percent from the free-throw line while at Michigan.

Courtney currently plays professionally in Israel.

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After finishing her college career, Douglass spent 2 seasons on staff at Northern Kentucky with her former assistant coach Dawn Plitzuweit.

As a professional player, Courtney returns to the United States in the Summer months to work with players all around the Twin Cities area. She has worked with many of the top programs in the state, and has garnered a great reputation for her ability to develop players!



“Courtney's personality is contagious. She can get you to laugh and have fun while simultaneously making you want to run through a brick wall! She has played at a high-level and understands how to help players get to that level. I am super excited to have her apart of our team!"

—  Reid Ouse || NBA Skills Coach


“(Courtney) is a consummate leader and absolutely refuses to be outworked. She led Michigan from the bottom of the Big Ten to two WNIT appearances and finished her career by leading the Wolverines to the NCAA Tournament.

—  Dawn Plitzuweit || Head Coach at University of South Dakota


"Courtney pushes you to your limits and gets to know you not only as a player, but as a person as well. Just being around Courtney has made me a better player because of how hard she works. She has inspired me to make the people around me better."

—  Client || Division 1 Athlete

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