Year
Graduating Seniors
Coach
Team Record
League Place
CCS
Season Notes
60-61

Grads:
S. Gillie, K. Lester, K. Park, L. Richards, V. Stearns
Advisor: Miss Johnson


68-69

Grads:
Judy Ellis

3rd Place
69-70

Grads:
Judy Ellis
1-6

70-71

Grads:
Debbie Garland, Renee Kawahara, Cheryl Mabon, Cynthia Poor, Cynthia Slade,
Judy Ellis
2-7

71-72

Grads:
Vickie Hennessy, Stefani Kawahara, Priscilla Kennedy, Jennifer Stith,
Judy Ellis
1-11

72-73

Grads:

73-74

Grads:
Coach Hoffman
0-10

Saratoga wins their first league title at 'B Level.'
75-76

Grads:
3-8

76-77

Grads:
1-8

77-78

Grads:
Laura Berglund, Lori Holst, Patricia Perry, Tracy Wolcott
Susan Gordon
2-7

78-79

Grads:
Karen Savage, Theresa Taylor
George Wightman
1-4

79-80

Grads:
Julie English
3-6

80-81

Grads:
Jill Meyer, Lisa Sekigahama, Nicola Simpson, Angela Wilkenson
Jack Lucas
6-4

81-82

Grads:
Kathleen Lass, Leena Navareh
Jack Lucas
2-18

82-83

Grads:
Jack Lucas

83-84

Grads:
Kara Lass,
Jack Lucas
3-0

84-85

Grads:
Julie North
Jane Morgan
2-12
5-
85-86

Grads:
Jennifer Harris, Kathy Hawkes, Stephanie Moore, Diana Waten
Jane Morgan
3-9
3-7
N/A

86-87

Grads:



N/A

87-88

Grads:
Angela Andrade, Juli Christopher, Nancy Curtis, Stacy Shirley
Chris Gill
4-9

Saratoga makes their 2nd CCS appearance and loses in the first round to Pioneer (47-44)
88-89

Grads:Christine Geranios, Kristen Murphy, Lana Schumacher
Chris Gill
3-11

89-90

Grads:
Christine Geranios, Kirsten Murphy
Caryl Jenner
5-7

90-91

Grads:
Shelbi Arno, Natasha Fine, Nicole Hlava, Claudia Kwok, Laney Whitcanack
Rick Rasmussen
6-14
3-9
91-92

Grads:
Marianne Avondet, Kristin Tomita, Rashmi Vittal
Rick Rasmussen
6-18

Called the best season in a long time.
92-93

Grads:
Coline Doss, Amy Dwyer, Allison Moore, Rose Shehan
Larry Gudger
10-2
10-2
2nd Place
Lost in the first round to Notre Dame (Salinas) (58-31) Defeated Los Gatos who was ranked 38-36
93-94

Grads:
Karen Randesi
Larry Gudger
11-3

Lost in the second round to Monte Vista Christian (61-46)
94-95

Grads:
Larry Gudger
1-13

95-96

Grads:
Amy Leu, Erica Miyamoto, Lynn Wasserman
Bret Yeilding
5-18
7th
N/A
96-97

Grads:
Andrea Lo
Audrey Lo
Jill Moon
Sarah Ruby
Amy Woo
Bret Yeilding
15-9
3rd
Lost in the first round of CCS to Lick (39-26)
97-98

Grads:
Jenn Chan
Joanne Haggerty
Robyn Katzman
Clancy Roberts
Allison Zisko

Honors: Allison and Clancy were league Co-MVPs, Jenn Chan 2nd team all-league
Bret Yeilding
18-6
1st Place
Lost in second round of CCS to Sacred Heart Cathedral (60-36)
98-99

Grads:
Karin Bencala
Bret Yeilding
14-10
3rd Place
Lost in first round of CCS to Aragon (58-36)
99-00

Grads:
Nicole LaMore
Katie Wokas*
Honors: Nicole Lamore first team all-league.
Bret Yeilding
11-13
4th place
Lost in first round of CCS to Half Moon Bay (69-52)
00-01

Grads:

Tanaz Altafi
Lynn Chouw
Tina Hsu
Melody Lee
Courtney Miyamoto
Szu-Han Wang
Dernie Wang
Rebecca Yang
Bret Yeilding
7-16
5th
N/A
01-02

Grads:
Stephanie Morrison
Aubrey Weger
Karen Woo
Natalie Zisco
Bret Yeilding
16-9
2nd Place
Lost in Quarterfinals of CCS to Santa Cruz (60-39) Farthest advance in Saratoga history.
02-03

Grads:
Katie Levinson
Bret Yeilding
20-7
2nd Place De Anza
Lost in first round of CCS to Burlingame (54-45)
03-04

Grads:
Hannah Gladwell
Victoria Liu
Tiffany Tan
Amy Yee
Bret Yeilding
20-6
(10-2)
1st De Anza
Lost in CCS Quarterfinals to Santa Cruz (67-52)
04-05

Grads:
Jordana Dreyfuss
Angela Wong
Bret Yeilding
2-20
(1-11)
7th De Anza
N/A (season summary)
05-06

Grads:

Kristen Cole*
Paige Henry
Mika Lewis
Tiffany Poon
Katie Reed
Sonali Sheel
Brittany Straw*
Andy Anaya
5-18
(4-8)
6th El Camino
N/A (season summary)
06-07

Grads:

Samantha King
Jessica Lu
Lisa Ruddy
Tamara Schroeder
Darrin Garcia
19-8
(8-3)
2nd El Camino
Lost in the first round to Pioneer (38-28) The Girls rebounded from two difficult seasons to finish 2nd in the El Camino League. Hosting their first tournament, the girls finished in 2nd place. (season summary)
07-08

Grads:
Erica Baba
Jessica Bramlett*
Vanessa Guzman
Katie Low*
Shannon Nguyen*
Kevin White
23-5
(11-1)
1st El Camino
Lost in second round of CCS to #7 Burlingame (54-41) The Girls had another wonderful season nearly running the table in league. The girls won their first CCS game in five years with a 63-47 victory over Willow Glen.
08-09

Grads:
Katie Gasik
Laura Ruddy
Sheeva Hamidieh
Ashley Cole
Melissa Lin and Alex Sclavos
HONORS 2nd Team All-League: Hanna Nielson & Nicole Gragnola, Hon. Mention All-League: Alex Sclavos
Mike Davey//Aron Mitsunaga
14-13
(6-6)
3rd De Anza
Lost in second round of CCS to #7 Aptos (55-41) The Girls had a strong season finishing third in the best public school league in the South Bay. Despite losing their playmaker, Sheeva Hamidieh who tore her ACL in December and also missing senior starters Melissa Lin and Alex Sclavos for stretches of the season the Falcons were able to overcome adversity and return to CCS play. The girls won their first round CCS game 72-55 victory over Monterey before falling at Aptos 55-41. Season Details.
09-10

Grads:
Emily Baba
Marian Chiu
Shannon Fung
Nicole Gragnola
Madeline Rothenberg
Uma Sambasivam*
Anna Schroeder
Baylee Yates

HONORS: Nicole Gragnola 1st Team All-League set a school record with 42 points in a game, Baylee Yates 2nd Team All-League
Mike Davey/Aron Mitsunaga
12-15
(2-10)
7th De Anza
Lost in CCS Quarterfinals (3rd Round) to #1 Valley Christian (62-42) Faced with losing their top returning scorer and rebounder just as the season got underway the season seemed like it would be a difficult one. Still, the Falcons went 8-4 in the pre-season knocking off Los Gatos yet had just two wins in stacked De Anza league. Still the Falcons rebounded by winning 3 or their last 4 including wins over #16 Seaside (52-45) and #8 Prospect (46-36) before falling to #1 Valley Christian (62-42) in the CCS quarterfinals.
10-11

Grads:
Amber Arroyo
Alli Buchanan
Leah Capek

Arya Parhar
Tasha Patel
Keerti Shukla
Raven Sisco
HONORS: 1st Team All-League: Shriya Nagpal & Hannah Johnson 2nd Team All-League: Arya Parhar & Amber Arroyo
Mike Davey/Dan Wallace
19-7
(12-0)
1st El Camino
Lost in 2nd round of CCS to #8 San Mateo (50-39) Losing 8 seniors from the season before the Falcons were faced with a shortage of players and recruited on campus. Remaining varsity contributors from 09-10 Amber Arroyo, Shriya Nagpal, hot shooting Arya Parhar, and Hannah Johnson kept the Falcons afloat until the rest of the team caught on during league. Rebounding machines Campbell Oreglia and new recruit Alli Buchanan helped improve the team even more by league when the Falcons became a force to be reckoned with and the team ran the table. In CCS play the team won a home game over #16 Hillsdale (58-46) before falling @ #8 San Mateo (50-39).
11-12

Grads:
Taylor Jessen
Shriya Nagpal*
Campbell Oreglia
Talia Sisco
HONORS: League MVP:Hannah Johnson, 1st Team:Dharini Ramaswamy 2nd Team: Campbell Oreglia & Kimberly Chou Hon Mention: Tivoli Sisco
Mike Davey/Dan Wallace
21-5
(12-0)
1st El Camino
Lost in CCS Quarterfinals (3rd Round) to #2 Sacred Heart (45-24) Losing 7 seniors from the season before the Falcons were again faced with a shortage of players and lack of depth. Remaining varsity contributors from 10-11 Shriya Nagpal, and Campbell Oreglia started the season playing magnificent defense and hot shooting sophomore Dharini Ramaswamy matured as a scorer throughout the year. Hannah Johnson picked up right where she left off the year before and led the team in steals, scoring and rebounds and became Honorable Mention All CCS. In CCS play the team won a home game over #10 Branham after having a bye in the first round before falling to eventual CCS Champion Sacred Heart (45-24).
12-13

Grads:
Kimberly Chou
Hannah Johnson
Michelle Won
Neha Vellanki
HONORS: 1st Team All-League:Hannah Johnson, Honorable Mention: Kimberly Chou
Mike Davey/Bret Yeilding
14-12
(2-10)
6th De Anza
Lost in CCS Quarterfinals (3rd Round) to #2 Branham (51-43) Moving to the A league in a year where the league was the strongest public school league in Northern California was a significant challenge. Still the Falcons were only blown out in league by Wilcox and was within ten in nearly every game. A major upset against Palo Alto was a season highlight during league In CCS play the team won a home game over #10 Terra Nova after having a bye in the first round before falling to eventual CCS Champion Branham after being up by three with 3.5 minutes to play.
13-14

Grads:
Dharini Ramaswamy
Trishika Shetty
Tivoli Sisco
HONORS: League MVP: Dharini Ramaswamy, 2nd Team: Mikayla Davis, Hon Mention: Tivoli Sisco
Mike Davey/Bret Yeilding
21-5
(11-1)
1st El Camino
Lost in CCS Semi-finals to #3 Soquel (56-44) Saratoga completed the most successful season in the history of the school with a CCS Semifinal birth, a win over rival Los Gatos, a league championship, and the conclusion of Dharini Ramaswamy's career in which she scored 1098 points.
14-15

Grads:
Samie Davey
Mikayla Davis
Colleen Fleming
Jennifer McAfee
Sara Parden

HONORS: 1st Team: Mikayla Davis (Senior of the Year) , 2nd Team: Samie Davey , Hon Mention: Sara Parden & Eleni Spirakis
Mike Davey/Bret Yeilding
15-10
(5-7)
4th De Anza
Lost to Branham in CCS Quarterfinals (48-45)
15-16

Grads:
Amanda Alexander
Savannah Green
Erin Norris
Nicole Prowse

Christine Raj
Eleni Spirakis

HONORS: 1st Team:Eleni Spirakis & Erin Norris Hon Mention: Nicole Prowse & Rachel Davey
Mike Davey/Aron Mitsunaga
18-10
(6-6)
3rd De Anza
Defeated SSF 55-46 to win CCS Championship Lost to Inderkum in NorCal 47-39
* Indicates did not play or complete senior season.