Purdue Women’s Basketball royalty, All-Big Ten performer, and 2010 Indiana Miss Basketball, Courtney Moses Delks was kind enough to join me for an extended interview! She covered a variety of topics including her “Compete Training Academy” she runs with her husband, Jordan Delks, her legendary career with the Boilermakers, her thoughts on the Versyp-Gearlds transition, and much more! Once again thank you to our fearless leader T-Mill for allowing me to share this with you all.
You can watch the full interview using the link below and scroll down for more info on Courtney and Compete Training Academy. Hope you guys enjoy, Boiler Up!
Delks is one of the most decorated players in Purdue basketball history with the second most three-point field goals in school history (240), 8th in points scored with 1,674, and school record 90.6% from the free-throw line which is also second in Big Ten Conference history.
Not to mention her four straight NCAA Tournament appearances and two Big Ten Tournament Championships during her time in West Lafayette.
In 2015, Courtney and her husband Jordan started Compete Training Academy. There they train basketball players of all ages and levels to reach a higher potential. A few names in particular that Purdue fans will know is Lewis Jackson, Kyle Mangas who suited up for Men of Mackey, Blake Wesley (one time Purdue target) along with dozens of other hoopers.
If you want to train with her or would just like to show support, you can find more information at https://www.competetrainingacademy.com/.