Coach Angie Kilpack is from Wisconsin but ended her high school years playing at Stansbury high school in Stansbury Park, UT. She was coached by a former WNBA player and Olympian gold medalist, Natalie Williams. She was nominated Regional MVP her senior year. Coach Angie went on to play a year at Colorado Northern in the NJCAA conference in 2016. She played in Region 18, which was know to be the hardest region of junior college for women's basketball across the nation.
She went on and served a Mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for 18 months. She is now finishing up her Bachelors degree in Marriage and Family counseling and sports psychology at BYU-Idaho.
Coach Angie is also a Freshman Assistant Coach at Madison High school.
"I believe that the game of basketball can teach so many life lessons. The biggest one to me is having a growth mindset can get you anywhere you want. It takes guts to dig deep but the progress and lessons will have much more value later in life. It's important to be real with yourself on what your strengths and weaknesses are but don't let anything hold you back. Be a team player and support one another on and off the court. And last lesson is always have fun. If you're not having fun then you're doing something wrong."