2010 - 2014 Hall of Fame
2010 Hall of Fame
Vonda Danelle Matthews - Graduated 2000, Adidas All American Soccer 2000, Parade All American Soccer 2000, Oklahoma Gatorade Player of the Year 1999 & 2000. Attended University of Miami where she had a decorated career.
Beth Hodge Masterson - Graduated 2003, 4 year starter in volleyball, lead team to four State Tournament berths and was named to All Tournament Team all 4 years, graduated with 4.0 GPA. Attended Utah State and finished her career at University of Tulsa.
Adam Wing - Graduated 1999, 4 year letter winner in golf, three time State Tournament qualifier placed 5th as a junior and 2nd as a senior. As a senior he was named to the Oklahoma Golf All State team, attended the University of Arkansas.
Aaron Shoemaker - Graduated 1994, ranked 6th in his class with a 4.5 weighted GPA. Three time letter winner in football and wrestling. Senior year led team in tackles and was awarded the Bud Gainer Memorial award in wrestling. Played on the Navy Lightweight football team and graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1998.
Topher Rowenhorst - Graduated 2002, four year letter winner in swimming, as a junior and senior State Champion in the 50 & 100 Free, All State in swimming his senior year and Voted Oklahoma Swimmer of the Year by OCA. Attended Drury University where he had a stellar career.
2011 Hall of Fame
Mick Majors - Graduated 2002, led Broken Arrow to State Championship football game, Tulsa World All-State Football player, conference player of the year junior and senior year, went to Missouri Southern on a football scholarship.
Chris Riouse - Graduated 2002, All-State basketball team 2002, 1st team Tournament of Champions, went to NEO then to Oral Roberts University. Played in the NCAA Tournament 2006, most 3 pointers made in ORU history.
Jason Ray - Graduated 2003, three year starter in football, 2002 football Team Captain, 2003 All-State Football participant and Oil Bowl player. Attended University of Missouri where he played football and was Team captain 2007.
Nichole Wagner - Graduated 2001, Starting pitcher for the Tiger Softball team for 4 years, set a career record of 95 wins and 10 losses. Won state tournament her sophomore year and played in the state championship game her junior and senior year. Signed with Nicholls State University
Luke Calvert - Graduated 2002, Senior year wrestling Reno Champion, Regional Champion and State Champion. Attended United States Military Academy at West Point, 2008 deployed to Iraq and again 2009. Received the Bronze Star for service in Iraq.
2012 Hall of Fame
Jason Wright - Graduated 2003, was a tennis State Champion in doubles in 2001 with a season record of 39-1. He was elected All State 2003 after graduation and went on to Oklahoma State University.
Ben Buie - Graduated 2000, as a junior named to the Tulsa World All Metro team and as a senior the Tulsa World, Daily Oklahoman and the OCA All State team. Ben went on to play football at OSU and graduated with a Bachelor of Science.
Anna Snedeker - Graduated in 2002, played Volleyball, Basketball and Soccer where she earned 9 letters. Anna was a two time all Frontier Valley Conference player in basketball and a OCA All State Player in Soccer.
Dede Dorsey - Graduated in 2002, was a standout running back for BA before going onto Lindenwood University. While at LU he was the Heartland Conference Offensive & Defensive player of the year in 2005. He signed with the Cincinnati Bengals after college.
Brandon Tucker - Graduated in 2003, the only four time State Wrestling Champion in BA school history. Senior year named outstanding wrestler in the state of Oklahoma, three year starter for Purdue University.
2013 Hall of Fame
Bob Cypert - Graduated 1955, a winner of four baseball letters, he also earned three letters each in basketball and football and was bestowed All-Conference honors in all three sports. His athletic accomplishments made him a highly sought after recruit by Northeastern State University where, tragically, a shoulder injury cut short his baseball career.
Michelle Armentrout - Graduated 2004, was an outstanding athlete who started on three state championship softball teams (catcher in 2001, first base in 2002 and third base in 2003). Michelle attended Missouri State University where she was a four-year starter at third base and earned All-American Scholar honors twice while attaining All-Conference honors in 2008.
April Montgomery Mitchell - Graduated 2004, was a state champion in the 800 meters and finishing third in the 300 hurdles. She also was a part of the gold medal winning 1600 and 3200-meter relay teams. She still holds the BAHS record in the 300 hurdles with a time of 43.99 seconds. April is an astonishing 12-time letter winner at the University of Tulsa.
Crystal Reeves - Graduated 2008, was a State Champion golfer, who had a 71.8 scoring average her senior year. Crystal was named the 2008 Tulsa World All-Metro Girls Athlete of the Year. She played golf at Oral Roberts University and earned All-Conference honors all four years.
Steve Jamison - Coached the Broken Arrow Swim Team from 1982 thru 1996. He was a two-time OSSAA Coach of the Year for Boys Swimming and coached the first state championship athlete from BAHS in swimming.
2014 Hall of Fame
Megan Foste Carrasco, 2004 graduate, is a four-time letter winner and a four-time state track meet qualifier, who was a co-captain for the Lady Tigers 2004 state track champions. She not only excelled in track, but in the classroom as well, earning a 3.98 GPA and being recognized as a Graduate with Distinction.
Jamison Hummel, 2002 graduate, played basketball and on back-to-back state championship soccer teams, but it was on the football field on Friday nights that he made his athletic mark on the Tiger record book. In 2001, he set the school records for touchdowns in a season at 17 and receptions in a season at 68.
Taylor Lewis, a 2009 graduate, was a four-year starter and played in all 90 games during her Broken Arrow High School basketball career. Her senior season she led the Lady Tigers to the Class 6A regional championship, scoring 438 of 1,198 career points that year. That season she also earned All-State honors from the Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association and Oklahoma Coaches Association in 2009.
Chelsea Lyon, a 2009 graduate, is one of the most decorated softball players in BA history. During her pitching career, she dominated hitters, recording 550 strikeouts, a point-79 earned run average and 42 shutouts – recording 75 victories against only 8 losses. She pitched the Lady Tigers to two state championship, going 22-0 her sophomore season.
Roger Roth, a 1984 graduate, was a four-year starter on the basketball court for the Tigers in the early ‘80s. This three-time All-Oklahoma Six Conference player scored 1,100 points - second most in BAHS history - and owns the Tiger record for most points in a single game with 43 and most free throws in a game with 17.