Kelly Moylan is from Emmett, Kansas and attended high school at St. Marys High. There, she was named an honorable mention All-American by USA TODAY and a consensus all-state selection as senior. She was also honored as the 1989 Kansas Sports Magazine Player of the Year and recorded 1,841 career points at St. Marys.
Kelly then went on to play at Kansas State University 1989-93. She was a four-year letterwinner in her playing career. She finished her career while ranking 11th all-time in both career 3-pointers made (108) and 3-pointers attempted (281) in Kansas State program history. She also ranks seventh all-time in career 3-point field goal percentage (38.4).
Kelly served as head girls basketball coach at Junction City, KS High School for two seasons and at Hiawatha, KS High School for two seasons. She earned a co-Coach of the Year honors at JCHS.
After 4 years of High School coaching, she completed 8 seasons (2006-2014) as an assistant coach at Kansas State University. In her years there, KSU qualified for the NCAA tournament or WNIT each season. She also got to be part of a Big 12 Championship!
From Kansas State, she went to Northern Colorado (2014-2018). In her four seasons with the Bears she helped in guiding the team to a historical season, including breaking the school's record for most wins (22) by the womens basketball program, helped guide to be the top defensive team in the Big Sky. The team advanced to the third round of the WNIT. The Bears won a Big Sky Champion regular season and Big Sky Champions!
Currently, Kelly serves as the assistant coach for the Manhattan High girls basketball team, and is a Physical Education teacher at Susan B Anthony Middle School.
She also helps out with SSA skills academy and coaches the SSA/GameBall 16U Elite Girls team.
Joel Hannagan is the president of GameBall Sports located in Garden City, Kansas. Joel Hannagan was born and raised in Southwest Kansas. He graduated from Lakin High School in 2001, and received a scholarship to play basketball at Garden City Community College. After GCCC, he left and went to Barton County Community College to finish his junior college career. He then earned an opportunity to play basketball at a Division 1 school named South Eastern Louisiana in the South Land Conference. Joel had the opportunity to play for Billy Kennedy, the head coach at Texas A&M, and Steve Prohn, the head coach of Iowa State University. He finished his playing career at Henderson State University in Arkansas.
Joel started his coaching career in Fort Worth, Texas, at North Crowley, one of the power houses in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro plex. Under Tommy Brackle, Joel moved on to Woodrow Wilson in Dallas, Texas. There he was under Pat Washington, where Joel had the opportunity to train and work with professional athletes, such as Anthony Randolph, Trey Davis, and others. Joel received his first head coaching job in Belmar, New Jersey at Central Jersey Academy each one teach one. The coaching experience at the New Jersey academy, gave Joel the knowledge and the plan to start his own prep school in Des Moines, Iowa named Kingdom Prep Academy. This gave Joel the opportunity to recruit his own players, do his own scheduling, and play all over the country. Through Joel's head coaching career, he produced five division 1 players to schools such as Tulsa, Western Kentucky, Morgan State, California State at North Ridge, and Coastal Carolina. Today, Joel still has four active players. Playing at Nichols State University is Stevie Repichowski, Brian Mortan at Emporia State University, and Michael Warren at Cal State North Ridge. One of his players, Fredrick Edmond, is playing professionally in Canada and was a two time junior college All American.
Joel is the head coach of the 15U and 17U SSA/Gameball Elite Girls teams.