Allison Greenaway is Redwood Christian High’s all-time leading scorer in
basketball with 1,798 points, is second in steals with 354, third in assists with 276 and
fourth in rebounds with 784; she was first team all-league three years; she led the
Eagles to the Division V State Championship in 2000 and to a state runner-up finish in
2001; she was named to the San Francisco Examiner All-Metro Team and to the Cal-Hi
Sports All-State Division V team.
At Pt. Loma Nazarene University, Greenaway set a season record for three-point
goals (76); was team captain her junior and senior seasons; was named to the All-
Golden State Athletic Conference team; was a two-time All-GSAC Scholar Athlete and
led her team to the NAIA Final Four in Tennessee her senior season.
Allison earned 10 varsity letters at Redwood – four in basketball and three each
in volleyball and softball. In volleyball, she was first team all-league as a senior and
both team captain and team Most Valuable Player as a junior and senior. In softball,
she was first-team all league three times. And during that time she maintained a 4.0
grade point average, in addition to participating in church and community service
Greenaway praised both her Our Lady of Grace basketball coach Jerry Fain and
her Redwood Christian coach Joe Hernden as big helps to her career. “And at the top
of the list would be my dad (Keith),” she said. “He can still shoot the lights out. He
taught me well.”
Greenaway, who graduated with a broadcast journalism degree, lives in San
Diego where she has done some part-time coaching at both the high school and college
level. She also coached at a basketball camp in Brussels for a week a few years ago.
“Every time I get away from basketball it keeps finding me,” she said.