This edition of Five Questions & Quick Hitters is with Ceanna Froh. Ceanna is a 2025 out of Sun Prairie West High School who plays club hoops with Wisconsin Crush Select. Thanks for your time Ceanna!
1. This fall you had the chance to attend the UW-Milwaukee Camp. What were some of the things you learned and areas that you worked on with the Division I coaches?
The coaches were full of energy and so much fun! A lot of camps focus on offense but one thing that really stood out was that they worked on defense. They really also emphasized how important communication is. It was one of the best camps I’ve been to. They covered all areas from ball handling, shooting, offense, defense. Coach Kyle loves to push you and her style of play is very up tempo.
2. You played your club basketball with Wisconsin Impact 2025. What were some of your favorite memories from the past season, and what are you looking forward to in 2023 as you join Wisconsin Crush Select?
Our team had great chemistry. We had several tournaments where we played in championship games and really grew together as a team. My favorite tournament was our last Nike Toc in Iowa. Our team didn’t win the ship but made it to the championship game. We had several great team plays and two of our games went into overtime.
For next season I have decided to play for Wi Crush Select. I have played for Crush basketball since I was in 5th grade and this year we decided to create a local team with elite players. The players are from the Madison area with most having been on varsity teams. That makes it much easier to play multiple sports and focus more time on my studies.
3. You, along with quite a few of the other players from Sun Prairie, are at Sun Prairie West as the school has split into 2 schools this year. What are some of your individual and team goals for the first season of basketball at West?
Our core team at West consists of a lot of talent. Most of the team from last year will be at West. Our goal is to make it to state! I truly believe that can happen since our entire style of play has changed since we have a new head coach Ronda Mclin. She really wants an up tempo style and will allow more individual freedom in our offensive sets. Ronda is a positive coach that will push us in a positive way. My goal is to help our team get to state and to continue to grow as a player.
4. You are also active in soccer. How does being a multi-sport athlete assist you and what, if any, complications arise by being in multiple sports at the High School level?
Last spring I decided not to play soccer but now that my AAU team is local, I plan on playing again. The footwork in soccer has helped with my footwork in basketball. Also in soccer it’s constant running, so that helps with conditioning for basketball. Sometimes being involved in multi sports is challenging. You have to be very organized and disciplined. Sometimes your body can take a beating and nagging injuries set in.
5. As a multi-sport athlete, you will need to focus on one (almost always) at the college level. Do you know which sport you are most likely to pursue, and what are you looking for in a school academically and athletically?
My favorite sport has always been basketball. I spend a lot of time on my own in the gym.
I hope to continue to play beyond high school on a high energy team and would love to go to college in the Midwest but am open to other areas. I’m interested in Physical Therapy or Engineering at the moment.
1. Toughest player you've had to defend: That is a 3 way tie: I’d have to say the senior guards on my West team Marie Outlay. Ant Austin. Avree Antony.
2. Favorite place you've traveled to for a basketball event: Minnesota (Mall of America)
3. Favorite season: Winter
4. Favorite Holiday: Christmas
5. Last Google search: Nike
6. Rain, snow, or neither: Snow
7. Hidden talent: I have a Black Belt in karate
8. Last emoji you used:
9. Favorite teacher: My orchestra teacher Mrs Barnard
10. Do you have any nicknames: CeCe