Becca Greenwell, originally from Owensboro, KY graduated from Owensboro Catholic High School in 2013 where she began playing varsity basketball in the 7th grade. At Owensboro Catholic she accumulated over 3,000 points, earned All Region and All-American honors, won 2 State Championships, and set a national record for most 3’s in a game with 17. She has won 2 gold medals and 1 bronze medal playing with USA Basketball and was tournament MVP at the 2011 Fiba World Championship. She was a 2013 WBCA All American, McDonald's All American and the #5 ranked recruit coming out of high school.
She won an athletic scholarship to Duke University where she earned a master's degree and played from 2014-2018. As a 4-year starter for the Duke Women's Basketball team, Becca was the first blue devil to notch 1,800 points, 600 rebounds and 200 made three-pointers. She ranked 5th in scoring with 1,874 points. Becca broke the school record for most 3’s in a game with 8, and holds the all-time school record for most career 3’s at Duke. She was a 3-year captain, 4-time All-ACC team member, 4-year ALL-ACC Academic team member and received All-American honors her senior year. She was drafted as the 31st pick in the 2018 WNBA draft to the Washington Mystics.
Owensboro Catholic High School
-2013 McDonald's All American
-2013 WBCA All American
-Ranked as #5 recruit in the country
-Set national record for most 3's in a game with 17
-U16 FIBA Americas Gold Medalist and MVP
-U17 Fiba America's Gold Medalist
-U18 3v3 World Championships Bronze Medalist
-U19 World University Games
-All Time leading 3pt FGM
-5th Career points
-All ACC Team x4