When it came to selecting the state’s top senior, the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association couldn’t choose just one.
Saturday the organization announced Madison Edgewood’s Estella Moschkau as a co-winner of the Miss Basketball award. This is the first time two players have shared the honor. The players were announced during halftime of the Division 4 state championship game.
The honor was announced in advance of the full release of the WBCA all-state teams Monday.
Moschkau, a 6-2 guard/forward who signed with Stanford, led Madison Edgewood to a 51-30 victory over Martin Luther in the Division 3 championship game Saturday.
She had a game-high 20 points on 7-for-14 shooting and grabbed seven rebounds. She finished the season with averages of 18.4 points, 6.4 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game.
Moschkau, who also said she improved her conditioning during the off-season, expects to play anything from power forward to shooting guard in college.
“They want me to improve my ball-handling and my shooting, all the fundamentals,” Moschkau said. “Hopefully defense will be key for me. I really like defense, so I’m really hoping to bring that to their program.”