Kimora Sykes, 6-0 F, Etiwanda HS (CA): was offered by Boise State.
Taelor Willard, 5-5 PG, Woodbridge HS (VA): picked up an offer from Grambling State.
Northern Colorado adds another to its 2019 recruiting class: Jasmine Gayles, 5-9 PG, West Seattle HS (WA).
Head coach Jenny Huth and the Northern Colorado women’s basketball staff welcomed a new member to the program in Jasmine Gayles from Seattle, Washington. Gayles brings UNC’s recruiting class to six joining the five who signed during the early signing period.
“Jasmine is a great addition to our Bear family. She visited us this past fall and meshed really well with our team,” Huth said. “She’s played on high level teams and as a point guard, she’s able to distribute, get the ball to the right people, hit the open three and loves to get after it. She’s a bright young lady as well and wants to go into law and potentially study political science here at UNC!”
Seattle (WAC) announces three additions to its 2019 recruiting class, who hail from three different countries: Maddy DuBois (Woodinville, WA), Raneem Elbarky (Cairo, Egypt), and Madeline Phillips (Melbourne, Australia).
Seattle University women’s basketball has announced the addition of three newcomers for its Class of 2019. Maddy DuBois, Raneem Elbarky and Madeline Phillips will join Coach Suzy Barcomb’s squad for the 2019-20 season.
Emma Villas-Gomis, a 6-3 juco sophomore forward out of Salt Lake CC, announced her commitment to Texas Tech. She’s originally from Fontensy-Sous-Bois, France.
Miki’ala Maio has signed with Nevada (Mountain West) as a juco transfer out of Salt Lake Community College. Her hometown is Honolulu, Hawaii.
Maio, a 5-9 guard from Honolulu, Hawai’i, played two seasons at Salt Lake CC and helped the Bruins win 51 games in that span. In her two seasons at SLCC, the Bruins claimed back-to-back Region 18 titles, advancing to the NJCAA tournament both years. In her sophomore season, Maio received NJCAA All-America second team honors and was named the Region 18 MVP following the regular season.
Memphis announces the signing of juco transfer Keke Hunter.
Building on to the highest-ranked recruiting class under the direction of head coach Melissa McFerrin, the University of Memphis women’s basketball team welcomes Keke Hunter, a junior college transfer from South Plains College. Hunter brings championship experience to the Memphis program.
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Omaha (Summit) announces three signees: freshman Ella Ogier and junior college transfers Mikaela Ekdahl and Isabella Lopez.
We are thrilled to add three talented, experienced guards to our backcourt,” said Lange. “Mikaela, Izzy and Ella bring infectious energy and competitiveness that will be able to impact us immediately.”
Pitt signs Gabbie Green, a 5-7 juco sophomore guard out of South Plains College.
Green, a 5-7 do-it-all guard originally from Bellville, TX, signs with the Panthers after spending the last two seasons at South Plains College in Levelland, TX where she had an impressive career for the Lady Texans. Green was tabbed as a NJCAA First Team All-American following her superb sophomore campaign that saw her average a team-high 14.4 points, 4.2 rebounds and 3.9 assists while ranking second in the region with 197 field goals and fourth in the region with 136 assists. Green started all 35 games for the Lady Texans during her second season on campus.
Princeton (Ivy League) announces its 2019 recruiting class: Maya McArthur, Ellie Mitchell, Maddie Plank, and Nicole Young.
“Every year we aim to bring in the nation’s very best talent,” said head coach Courtney Banghart. “We utilize the Princeton brand to attract the highest caliber student-athletes from anywhere and everywhere. We are thrilled to add Maddie, Maya, Ellie, and Nicole to the Tiger family. They will bring an immediate impact to our team, on both sides of the ball and on the glass. They have played at the highest level in high school and on the AAU club circuit. They are competitors and winners and chose Princeton for all the right reasons. They are already hard at work in preparation for the year ahead.”