Inductee Details

Hallie (Boyce) Wilson

Graduation Year: 2007
Induction Class of 2019
Sports: Basketball
Hallie (Boyce) Wilson

Ottawa University – BA in Physical Education
University of Kansas Medical Center – Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree (DPT)

OU Athletic Participation
Basketball (2003-2007)

Hallie is a Top 10 record holder in 10 statistical categories, including second in career points scored (1,391), second in career assists (395) and second in career free throws made (336). She was a four-time All-KCAC selection and a three-time First Team selection. She was OU’s fourth NAIA All-American in women’s basketball history, earning NAIA Honorable Mention All-American twice in her junior and senior years. She led OU to three 20-win seasons during her four years as a starter, and never missed a start at OU. Hallie led the Braves to three NAIA Division II National Tournament appearances, and a Sweet 16 appearance in 2006-07. This included leading the women’s program to its first-ever victory at the NAIA National Tournament with a win over St. Ambrose University her senior season. The Braves charted the most wins in school history (24) her senior season.

Family Members
Husband – Jeff Wilson
Children – Jaylee & Owen Wilson
Parents – Steve & Sue Boyce and Sherry Young
Siblings – Jon, Dan & Brooks Boyce, Sally Finlayson, Shawn Wood, Sarah O’Leary and Hannah, Shemaiyah and Beth Young

Current/Past Business, Profession or Occupation
Hallie is the physical therapist at Coffey County Hospital in Burlington, Kan.

Current/Past Community Involvement
In the community, Hallie is active in the Radiant Life Church in New Strawn, Kan., and volunteers in youth sports coaching.