Courtney Delks

Oak Hill High School

Courtney DelksCOURTNEY (MOSES) DELKS Courtney graduated from Oak Hill HS in 2010 and Purdue University in 2014.  In high school, she was a 4-sport standout in basketball, soccer, track and ran cross country for one season. She was crowned Indiana Miss Basketball 2010.  At Purdue she was a four-year, 1st team All Big-Ten starter on the women’s basketball team. High school SOCCER highlights Courtney played soccer her sophomore-senior year of high school. In just 3 seasons she set the Grant County and Oak Hill record for most goals in a career, netting over 100 goals. High School BASKETBALL Highlights Averaged 31.7 points, 4.8 rebounds, 5.0 assists and 5.0 steals as a senior, while shooting 55% from the field, 42% from three-point range and 91% from the free throw line ... Tallied career totals of 1,956 points, 577 assists and 386 steals, all school records ... For her career, amassed 458 rebounds and hit 344 of 387 free throws (88.9%)... Led team to a four-year record of 97-9 and the class 2A state finals as a sophomore and junior ... Holds 27 career, season or game school records ... Led state in scoring as a senior with 31.7 ppg average ... Named 2010 Indiana Miss Basketball ... Scored 52 points in the two-game Indiana-Kentucky All-Star Game series, third-highest mark in series history ... Selected as 2009-10 Gatorade Player of the Year for Indiana ... 2010 AP first team All-State ... First team ICGSA All-State as a junior and senior ... All-conference all four years ... Three-time Chronicle Tribune Female Athlete of the Year and three-time Basketball Player of the Year ... Named first team Hoosier Basketball Magazine as a junior and senior ... Indiana Junior Core All-Star Team member. Purdue BASKETBALL Highlights Back-to-Back B1G Tournament Champions 2012 and 2013.Team made the second round of the NCAA tournament all four years, top all-time three-point shooter at Purdue with 240 career field goals, top all-time free-throw career percentage in Purdue history shot an all-time Purdue-best 90.6 percent from the free throw line (290-320), good for second-best all-time in the Big Ten ... finished her career with 72 consecutive starts and 129 total starts, good for second-most in Purdue history named First Team All-Big Ten, earned a spot on the 2014 WBCA/Allstate Good Works Team, selected to shoot in the 2014 State Farm College Slam Dunk/3-Point Championship at the men’s Final Four.  Named to the Naismith Trophy Award Preseason Watch List, honoring the top-50 players in the nation, finished as the No. 8 scorer in school history with 1,674 points, set an NCAA tournament record hitting 9 threes in one game. Other Sports related Highlights: She traveled all over the country playing AAU Basketball. Volunteer Coach one season Indiana Fever, Volunteer Coach one season, Indiana Wesleyan University, Head coach one season at Marion High School girls’ basketball. Currently operates Compete Training Academy with her husband in an old dairy barn turned basketball/fitness facility just outside of Sweetser, Indiana.  She is married to Jordan Delks.  They have 2 kids, a son Grayson and a daughter Caroline.