Dynamic veteran set to don the teal
The Flyers are thrilled to introduce our latest addition for the upcoming season, Klara Wischer. With her wealth of experience and a proven track record, Klara brings a winning attitude and a dynamic presence to our team.
The 32-year-old has always been dedicated to basketball, playing in many different leagues in Australia and in the United States throughout her journey. Most recently, Klara played for the Sandringham Sabres in the NBL1, averaging 12.9 points and 9.2 rebounds.
Flyers Head Coach Cheryl Chambers is excited for what Klara can provide to the team and supporters.
“Flyers fans are going to love watching Klara this season. She is a very versatile player. Offensively, she has an uncanny ability to get on the rim. Defensively, she can guard numerous positions, big or small,” Cheryl said.
“Her work rate is second to none; often coming up with timely steals and crucial boards. Flyers fans can expect to see lots of energy.”
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The small forward developed her skills playing for the Nunawading Spectres as a junior, where her talent took her to the United States to play for Cloud County Community College.
During her sophomore season she earned notable accolades, including first-team NJCAA All-Region VI honours and a place on the NJCAA D1 All-America third team. Klara then transferred to the University of San Diego, contributing to her team’s impressive 24–9 record.
In the professional arena, Klara has made a significant impact. She joined the Hobart Chargers in 2014, helping them secure the SEABL South Conference title. The Perth Lynx signed her for the 2015–16 WNBL season, where she played her role in the team’s journey to the WNBL Grand Final.
Klara made a notable appearance with the Joondalup Wolves, receiving accolades like SBL Player of the Week and All-Star Game MVP honours. She helped the Wolves clinch the minor premiership and reach the SBL Grand Final. In 2019, she signed with the Kilsyth Cobras and played a pivotal role in their NBL1 grand final victory.
Klara’s arrival at the Flyers brings an adaptable athlete to our squad. Her basketball experience, scoring ability, and hustle make her a valuable asset as we aim for success in the upcoming season. Join us in welcoming Klara as she continues her basketball journey with the Flyers.
- NBL1 champion (2019)
- SBL All-Star Five (2016)
- 2× SBL All-Star (2016, 2017)
- SBL All-Star Game MVP (2016)
- Third-team NJCAA D1 All-America (2011)