SAL Alumni




34 – Anthony Stover  LA Defenders 

The former Windward Wildcat earned first team All-CIF and first team All-Olympic League honors while leading the Wildcats to an overall record of 30-6 and the 2009 California State CIF-Division V Championship his senior year. The first boys’ basketball State Championship in Windwards history.

The 6’10” center spent the next three years working on his college degree while playing for Ben Howland and the UCLA Bruins before embarking upon his pro career this past season in the NBA D-League with the LA Defenders. 

Click Here are Anthony’s highlights from his 2013 pro season in Japan!



25 – Kenyatta Smith C Harvard University

This former Flintridge Prep Rebel was named Hamilton Fish ’10 Most Improved Player for the 2012-2013 season and led Harvard and was second in the Ivy League with 2.1 blocks per game helping Harvard win it’s first NCAA tournament game in school history.

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11 – Nick Stover F LMU University

Nick is in his first season of collegiate basketball at LMU in 2012-13… “He can do a little of everything. He has a big body and is really athletic for his size,” said Good. “He is a high-energy guy who is always in motion and has a high basketball IQ. 



1 – Nick Holden F University of Puget Sound

During the 2013-2014 season, Nick appeared in 24 games for the Loggers averaging  4.5 points a game. He grabbed 104 total rebounds, 4.3 a game, tallied 16 steals shot 44.2% percent from the field and 60.4% from the free throw line.