Boise State (Mountain West) announces the signing of Laia Soler, a 6-1 forward out of Mataro, Spain.
Boise State head coach Gordy Presnell announced Tuesday the signing of Spanish international Laia Soler (Mataro, Spain / IES Joaquim Blume) to a National Letter of Intent. Soler, a 6-foot-1 forward who holds dual Spanish and Chilean citizenship, is the third signee of Boise State’s Class of 2019, joining Chinma Njoku and Kimora Sykes.
“We are excited to welcome Laia to Boise State,” said Boise State head coach Gordy Presnell. “Laia is a very good shooter which fits right into our offense, and she has gained a valuable amount of experience in Spanish youth national team camps and playing for Segle XXI. We’re excited to have her continue our network of Spanish internationals playing for the Broncos.”
Eastern Washington (Big Sky) has announced an addition to its 2019 recruiting class: Gabby Jung, 5-10 G, Dickinson HS (ND).
The 2019-20 edition of Eastern Washington University women’s basketball is now solidified with the addition of 5-10 guard Gabby Jung.
Jung joins Jenna Dick, Kennedy Dickie and Alexyss Newman who inked National Letter of Intents last November. All four will join the Eagles in the fall as true freshman who will be eligible to compete immediately.
Jo’Nah Johnson, who had signed with Western Kentucky last month, has announced that her recruitment is back open after receiving her release from WKU. She’s a 5-9 juco sophomore point guard out of Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College.
Wake Forest announced an addition to their 2019 class: McKenzie “Mack” Maier, 5-9 G, Chaparral HS (Parker, CO).
“We are thrilled to announce the addition of Mack to our women’s basketball family,” said Hoover. “She is a tireless worker with the ability to shoot the long-range jumper. Mack’s incredible determination, hard work and dedication, along with her high basketball IQ will be a positive influence on our program.
Maier, a native a Parker, Colorado, joins the Deacs following an impressive prep career. She is a four-time All-Conference honoree, with her freshman honor coming from Thunderridge High School, her sophomore year honor from Prairie View High School and her most recent honor from Chaparral High School. During her freshman year, she helped Thunderridge to the Class 5A State Championship. While at Prairie View she led all 5A scorers in 2016-17 with 22 points per game while finishing second in the state in assists.
Brielle Bisogno, 5-8 PG, Toms River North HS (NJ): announced her commitment to Monmouth (MAAC). She had committed to Towson in February but changed course for some reason.