Dee Dee Deeken
Hailing from the Chicagoland area and originally from the bluegrass state of Kentucky, Deeken attended the University of Illinois. Deeken was named Captain, Most Valuable Player, and 2nd Team All Big-Ten her senior year while also setting a school record for most steals in a single season. Deeken spent twelve years as the varsity coach at Eden Prairie High School, where she led the Eagles to the Section 4AAAA championship four times and was twice named Section 4AAAA Coach of the Year. In 2009, Deeken was inducted to the Player Hall of Fame by the Illinois Coaches Association.
Deeken is currently a Social Studies teacher at Eden Prairie High School. This is Dee Dee’s 30th year as Director of Arrowood.
Assistant Camp Director
Roxy Myhre gew up Minnesota and played college basketball at Gustavus Adolphus College. She eventually helped lead the Eden Prairie Eagles to four section championship appearances as an assistant coach under head coach, Dee Dee Deeken.
Roxy’s positive attitude, enthusiasm for teaching, and passion for interpersonal and team dynamics make her an outstanding role model for young girls. Roxy teaches Health and Physical Education at Eden Prairie High School in Eden Prairie, MN.