2019 Class: Recruiting News/Updates, April 2019

Shemera Williams, 5-9 CG, Milwaukee Academy of Science (WI): Missouri is reportedly recruiting Williams once again, after she reopened her recruitment. They were in her top six last fall, but they didn’t make her top three, and she didn’t take an official visit there.

It appears Missouri has also jumped back in on Wisconsin point guard Shemera Williams, who recently reopened her recruitment, after having signed with Marquette. The Golden Eagles had a coaching change, and now she’s back on the market. Missouri has a pair of scholarships open with three signees and the recent departure of Kelsey Winfrey, who is transferring to Drury.


Jo’Nah Johnson, 5-9 juco sophomore PG, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College, recruiting update:





Sammi Matoush, 5-11 SG, Hillsboro HS (IL): committed to D-III Washington University. SIUE was among the other schools from which she had offers.

Matoush said her final decision was between Washington and another Division III school with strong academics, Illinois Wesleyan. She also received offers from Division I Southern Illinois-Edwardsville and Division II Truman State.


Dartmouth (Ivy League) announces two additions to their 2019 class: Allie Harland and Karina Mitchell.


Taniyah Thompson, 5-10 G, Hamden HS (CT): will take an official visit to East Carolina this weekend.


Bethy Mununga, 6-0 juco sophomore guard/forward, Northeastern Oklahoma A&M: A first-team juco All-American, Mununga is reportedly considering, among others, South Florida, Florida, Colorado, and Wichita State.

Among the schools Mununga has been considering are South Florida, Florida, Colorado and Wichita State.


Olivia Smith, 6-0 F, Bishop Gorman HS (Las Vegas, NV): announced her commitment to Cal State Northridge (Big West).


Jnaya Walker, 6-1 juco sophomore guard/forward, Trinity Valley CC: announced her commitment to UCF (AAC). Walker, who hails from Bolingbrook, IL, spent her freshman season at Illinois.


The members of Tennessee‘s 2019 recruitment class, including #2 ranked Jordan Horston, are sticking with their commitments, following the hiring of Kellie Harper as the new head coach.

All three players in Tennessee’s 2019 recruiting class — Jordan Horston, Tamari Key and Emily Saunders — reaffirmed their commitment to the Lady Vols and new coach Kellie Harper on Tuesday.


Katrice Jackson, 6-0 F, Dutch Fork HS (Irmo, SC): announced her commitment to Wagner (NEC).


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