Caitlin Ingle, 2013 SEP Grad, was inducted into the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union’s Hall of Fame during this year’s Girls State Basketball Tournament!

Caitlin Ingle Hall of Fame Induction 2024








Caitlin starred at Southeast Polk from 2010 to 2013 and was one of the most dynamic point guards in the state. A four-year starter, she was a three-time all-state selection, leading her teams to three state tournament appearances. She helped the Rams reach the Class 4A semifinals in 2011 & 12 and was named to the all-tournament team both times.  She saved her best for her senior season in 2013, averaging 14 points, 4.6 assists, 2.4 steals and three rebounds a game, leading Southeast Polk to the school’s first state championship since 1977! She averaged 11.3 points and three assists in the state tournament and was named captain of the 5A all-tournament team.

She kept her talent close to home, choosing to play for hall-of-famer Jennie Baranczyk at Drake University. Caitlin immediately showed her worth, being named to the Missouri Valley Conference All-Freshman team. She went on to earn first-team all-MVC three times. As a senior her 7.6 assists a game ranked first in the Missouri Valley and third nationally as she led Drake to the MVC Conference title and an NCAA Tournament berth, earning conference tournament MVP honors. When her stellar career was completed, she ranked first in the Missouri Valley in career assists and ranks first, second, and fifth on the conference’s single-season list for assists.

After playing professional basketball, she served stints as an assistant coach at DMACC and Southeast Polk. She now resides in Denver, Colorado, where she runs a high-tech shooting facility called Shoot 360. She is also an assistant coach at Kent Denver High School.

Congratulations Caitlin!

Caitlin Ingle inducted in HOF 2024