Tess Madgen is the latest in a long line of decorated Opals captains to guide her country to the dais at major international competition.
The 32-year-old led Australia to a bronze medal in front of a home crowd at the 2022 FIBA Women’s World Cup in Sydney.
It capped a huge 12 months for the South Australian-born guard who won her first WNBL championship with the Melbourne Boomers in the 2021-22 season and became an Olympian in Tokyo.
An AIS graduate who has carved out a successful career at home in the WNBL and in SEABL/NBL1, Madgen has also fulfilled two stints overseas with WNBA outfit Phoenix Mercury and in Poland.
Catch Tess running Masterclass with Madgen in the June school holidays right here on She Hoops!
This has been fun to see come together, congrats to @neilgray on his brainchild and welcome MOJO to Australia.