• John Cook: B.C. native played at UBC before coming to Winnipeg to join the St. Andrews Dunlops senior men’s team, where he was a two-time league scoring champ and three-time all-star. Member of national team for the 1967 Pan Am Games in Winnipeg.
• Deb Steele-Kretschmer: played at the University of Winnipeg from 1977 to 1980 and named a CIAU all-Canadian in 1980. Set Wesmen records for scoring and rebounding. Was a member of the national team from 1976 to 1980, winning a bronze at the world championship in 1979.
• Dennis Alvestad: served as head coach of the Dakota varsity girls squad from 1975 to 1986. Longtime official and supervisor of elementary school program.
• Michael Hill: co-coach for 23 years at Vincent Massey-Brandon, where the Vikings won three provincial titles. Also coached at Neelin, where he won six more provincial crowns. Served as an assistant coach at Brandon University. A five-time provincial coach of the year and winner of the Mike Spack Award.
• Larry Marquardson: coached for 35 years at Sargent Park Junior High, Sisler and Earl Grey. Initiated developmental league for players unable to make school teams and was a founding member of the Winnipeg Invitational Tournament. Mike Spack Award winner and two-time provincial coach of the year.
• Wayne Ruff: longtime coach and administrator who worked at Elmwood, Glenlawn, John Taylor, Varennes, Minnetonka, George McDowell and the universities of Winnipeg and Manitoba. Founding member of John Taylor Piper Classic and Wesmen Classic.
• Manitoba 19U women’s provincial team: won 1991 national championship.
• Vincent Massey-Winnipeg Trojans: won varsity girls provincial titles in 1982-83, 1986-87 and 1987-88.