Coverage of the women’s basketball 2019 recruiting class: offers, commitments, decommitments, unofficial and official visits, signings, recruiting updates from news sites and other sources, etc. Items listed in reverse chronological order.
Mauriya Barnes, 5-5 PG, East Kentwood HS (MI): had committed to South Carolina State in August 2018 and was still being talked about in the spring as going to that school, but she’s listed on the 2019-20 roster of Aquinas College, an NAIA school in Grand Rapids, MI.
Wagner (NEC) announces three freshman additions to its 2019-20 roster: Alex Cowan, Drayah Heyward, and Katrice Jackson.
New Hampshire (America East) has announced five incoming freshman additions for 2019-20, including two point guards from France.
The new additions who will join the Wildcats squad for the upcoming 2019-2020 season include point guards Héléna Delaruelle (Enghien-Les-Bains, France), Melissa Girondin (Levallois-Perret, France), and Lexi Greffen (Portsmouth, R.I.), guard Brooke Kane (Derry, N.H.) and forward Sam Gallo (Northford, Conn.).
“We are very excited about this class,” says Magarity. “They are a great addition to this young team coming back. We love the potential of the five newcomers and really feel they will make an immediate impact this year. “
Monmouth (MAAC) announces its 2019 recruiting class, including three incoming freshmen:
- Brielle Bisogno, 5-7 G, Toms River North HS (NJ)
- Destiny Jackson, 5-6 G, Mt. Eden HS (Hayward, CA)
- Saule Kaupyte, 6-0 F, New York Military Academy (Cornwall, NY) / Klaipeda, Lithuania
and juco transfer Fatou Ndao, 6-2 C, Barton CC (KS) / Kaffrine, Senegal.