Below is a listing of Kenyan basketball players who have played in North America and Europe.
   
dennis ongwae anoka-ramsey kenya upper hill dankind academy  Dennis Ongwae is a 6'5" guard. He played for upper Hill and Dankind academy. In 2015, he signed for Anoka-Ramsey community college in Minnesota
dominic obunaka,clarendon upper hill dankind academy  Dominic Obunaka is a 6'9" centre who starred for Upper Hill school in the schools games and in Nairobi division 1 basketball. In 2014, he joined Clarendon College in Texas
nancy atieno warioba basketball southern florida kenya  Nancy Atieno Warioba is a 6'3" center. She won the national schools title with Tigoi girls in 2010 and 2011. She then joined Howard College, then Blinn College, then the University of Southern Floridain 2015
james wanjara kenya basketball  James Wanjara is a 6'8" forward from Kisumu. He played high basketball at Faith Baptist Christian academy in Georgia before joing Iowa Western College in 2015
bush wamukota wichita state kenya kilgore  Tom Bush Wamukota is a towering 7 foot centre. He played for Maseno secondary before joining Wiley College then Kilgore College. In 2015 he signed for Wichita State where he became the first Kenyan to play in the NCAA sweet 16.
Zipporah Khasoa east carolina kenya basketball weatherford  Zipporah (Zippy) Khasoa is a towering 6'5" centre. She starred for Shimba Hills secondary. She then played at Weatherford college for two years before joining East Carolina University in 2015
Kenneth Wachira basketball  Kenneth Wachira is a 6'7" guard who played for Jackson State starting in 2013
Taudencia Katumbi Oluoch  Taudencia Katumbi Oluoch is 6'2" and was a standout performer for Shimba Hills secondary school before joining Tyler College in 2014
 
 
kenneth Otieno alberta kenya island storm  Kenneth Otieno is a 6'3" guard starred  for the University of Alberta, averaging 19.3 points per game in his last season. After finishing  college in 2015 he joined the Island Storm, a professional team in Canada's National Basketball league
Joel Awich is a 6'7" small forward born in St Paul Minnsesota and now playing for California Polytechnic State Institute.
Robinson Odoch Opong is a 6'3" guard born in Quebec City now playing for Long Island University
Nyandigisi Moikobu Nyandigisi Moikobu Is a 6'7" forward who played for Iona college in suburban New York.  Prior to Iona, he played for Cochise College. He attended high school in Seattle Washington.
   
Mildred Olumasi Mildred Olumasi played for Union University from 2009 until 2011. Her season ended in injury and she did noy return to Union for the 2012-2013 season. Olumasi had also played for the Kenya U18 team at the African championships while a student at Shimba Hills secondary school. After her basketball career ended, she turned to modeling.
Tylor Okari Ongwae louisiana monroe, ranger college, kenya basketball  Tylor Okari Ongwae is the most accomplished Kenyan basketball player in the history of the NCAA. In starred for Friends school Kamusinga before joining Ranger College. He then joined the University of Louisiana Monroe whom he led in scoring. In 2015, he started his profesional career in Sweden
Brenda Adhiambo Wasuda Brenda Adhiambo Wasuda: The powerfully built 6'0" guard/forward played for Seattle University during the 2012-2013 season. Prior to joining Seattle U, she played for Lon Morris Community college where she was a two-time all conference and all-region team member ... named player of the week in Jan. 2011 ...named to all-tournament team ... was NJCAA Third Team All-American. She is a product of Mombasa high.
Anna Mburu Anastacia Njeri Mburu: The 6'1" guard/forward played for Cowley County Community college in Arkansas during the 2012-2013 season. She was an academic All America. Previously she had played for Mennonites and Eagle Wings in Kenya before joining Uganda Christian University. She attended St Teresa girls in Nairobi.
Omondi Amoke Kenya basketball California Bears  Omondi Amoke is a supremely athletic and explosive 6'7"  forward at the University of California Bears, now in Europe
Beatrice Awino Duol a towering 6'6" center played for Union University between 2007 and 2011 after helping Mombasa high school to three national championships.
Dorine Minala was a 6'6" centre who played for Jacksonville college and Darton University in 2011. She was named to the GCAA All-Region Second team.  During conference play Minala averaged 10.5 points and 11.9 rebounds.  She is a product of Buru Buru secondary.
Robert Nyakundi southern methodist basketball  Robert Nyakundi is a 6'8" sharp shooting guard forward who led Methodist Uniersity in scoring in 2012 before proceeding to Europe to play professional basketball

Rose Ouma from Eldoret, played for Wayland Baptist. As a Junior forward in 2008, she was named Sooner Athletic Conference Co-Newcomer of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year. 

Ouma, a second team all-conference selection, led the Conference in steals and was second in the NAIA with a 4.6 per game average. She led the team in scoring (14.9 ppg) and rebounding (8.8 rpg), helping the Queens to their first 20-win season in nine years.

In 2009 Ouma was a 3rd team All American.

  Gladys Wanyama played for Mombasa High school and KPA before proceeding to Lewis and Clark College where she became an All America selection in the 2008-2009 season
  Judith Lulu Obiero is a 5'6" point guard who played for Daytona College in 2008
josephine Owino kenya basketball Union University Josephine Owino is Kenya's most accomplished female basketball player. She led Union University in scoring and was drafted to the WNBA in 2007. She played professional basketball in Turkey and Ukraine.
   
Miriam wandanda Miriam Wandanda is also from Mombasa and played a key role in Kenya national teams such as the one that played at the 2007 All Africa games. At 6'4" and with a powerful frame, she used her immense strength to dominate the paint. She first started at Union University in 2002 before moving to Bethel college in 2004 where she set a record for most rebounds in a game (18). She finished as 5th all time in the school's list of rebounders with 290 and 4th in feild goal percentage, while scoring about 10 ppg.
  Fred Omondi played in the Filipino national league. He was selected to the all import team multiple times between 2003 and 2008
Ishmael Awange: A 6'10" center who played for University of Texas Arlington in 2008-2010 and Dallas Baptist from 2010 to 2012. Awange played for Acquinas high school in 2001 when they were national champions.
   
   
Collins Onyando kenya basketball trevecca nazarene college  Collins Onyando played for Maseno school before becoming an NAIA All American at Trevecca College circa 2007
marion githegi Marion Githegi is a point-guard with superb court vision and skills. She played for Kenya at the 2007 All Africa games. She then played for Emmanuel College in Masachussets.
brian oduor kenya basketball trevecca nazarene college Brian Oduor is an Explosive finisher and standout performer for Trevecca University in 2007. He played for Maseno school
James Cartwright Omondi  James Cartwright Omondi: A powerfully built center from Mombasa who played for Abilene Christian and ended his career as the all time leading scorer for that school in 2001. He was also the and the MVP of the 2001 Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament.
  Maureen Obudho played for Oral Roberts , avaraged 7.9 ppg and helped them reach the NCAA tournament in 2004. Previously she had led Buru Buru secondary school to the national schools championships of 2000 before playing for Kencom Lioness
maureen wasuda  Maureen Wasuda played for Frank Philips college in 2007 and 2008 after leading Shimba Hills secondary school to national glory in 2005
Jackline Wasuda played for Cisco Junior College in 2005-2006
  Michael Obudho:  A 6'7" forward who played for Frank Philips College and Abilene Christian University alongside Peter Kiganya in 2000-2001
  Frank Obudho: The 6'10 Center played for Lamar University from 1997 to 1999
  Steve Othoro: A 6'11" center who was the starting center for division 1 Baylor University as a sophomore in 2001. He was a crowd favourite and was nicknamed "the big O". Each time he made play, the crowd would chant "OOOOOOOOOO". A foot injury marred his junior and senior seasons.
Martin Ombok: The 6'9" center played for Abilene Christian College after having played for Cooperative Bank and KCB
   
peter kiganya  Peter Kiganya starred in the Kenya league fopr many years before going to Abilene Christian University. In 2000, he was voted the conference co -player of the year for the Lone Star Conference. He then played professional basketball in Latin America
Caroline Omamo ACU Kenya basketball  Caroline Omamo was a three-time all-Lone Star Conference selection. She also won the LSC MVP in the 1997-98 season. She played for Kenya at the world championships in 1994
  Aggrey "Kaliech" Ofula played for Soweto Panthers in South Africa in the late 1990s
  Elvis Ochieng was a 6'7" center who had played several times for the Kenya national team before proceeding to Union University where he played in the late 1990s. In 1998 he was an academic all American.
  Alex Aluga : A 6'10" center who played at Abilene Christian college in the late 1990s and early 2000s alongside Peter Kiganya
  Ben Wanjara: The explosive and powerful Wanjara played at Eastleigh secondary during their championship days in the early 1990s before joining George Mason University in NCAA division one circa 1994. Known for his work ethic
  Queen Olumbo was probably the most famous female basketball player in Kenya during the early 1990s. She played for Kenya at the 1994 world championships. She later played ror East Texas Baptist University whom she led in scoring with 12.9 ppg and was second in the conference in scoring.
  Nasilla Achieng led Kenya in scoring during the 1994 world championships. She then proceeded to play college at East Central University in Oklahoma
  Sebastian Onyango was one of the earliest pioneers when it comes to coming to the US on basketball scholarships. After playing for Nairobi Posta in the late 1980s, he came to the US to play for Huntington College for whom he played between 1988 and 992, He set records for career field goal percentage (62.6%) and season field goal percentage (65%) which he set in 1992.
   
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