Mallory Brake, 6-0 F, Hastings HS (MN): announced her commitment to Creighton (Big East). She’s their fourth 2020 commit, joining:
- Jayme Horan, 6-0 W, Millard South HS (Omaha, NE)
- Morgan Maly, 6-0 W, Crete HS (NE)
- Emma Ronsiek, 6-1 W, O’Gorman HS (Sioux Falls, SD)
Angela Dugalić, 6-4 W, Maine West HS (Des Plaines, IL): committed to Oregon. UCLA was her other finalist (she was scheduled to visit them in early May). She joins Sydney Parrish, 6-1 W, Hamilton Southeastern HS (IN), in the Ducks’ 2020 recruiting class. Current espnW rankings have Dugalić at #33 and Parrish at #11.
“Mainly the coaches and the team,” she told DuckTerritory.com of why she committed. “These are the type of coaches I want. I think I can learn a lot not only from them but also from the team. [The team] is nice, funny, and very fun to be around. You can tell that they are close.”
Another official visitor to Oregon reported for this weekend: Te-Hina Paopao, 5-10 PG, La Jolla Country Day School (CA).
Lauren Ware, 6-5 C, Bismarck Century HS (ND): took an official visit to Nebraska. She’s ranked in the top 40 in the 2020 class.
The Orange County Register has an article on recent Idaho commit Sydney Gandy, who will be transferring to Orangewood Academy (Garden Grove, CA) for her senior year.
Ashley Evans, 6-3 F, Lawrence Academy (MA): announced her commitment to Lafayette (Patriot League), their first 2020 commit.
Kylie Swider, 6-4 F, Tabor Academy (MA): received an offer from Xavier.
Loyal McQueen, 5-7 PG, Wilson HS (Florence, SC): has reopened her recruitment following the resignation of North Carolina head coach Sylvia Hatchell. She had committed to UNC in May 2018. McQueen is ranked in the top 25 in the 2020 recruiting class.
A couple of articles on recent commits:
After hosting Angela Dugalić, 6-4 W, Maine West HS (Des Plaines, IL) on an official visit this weekend, Oregon will have another official visitor early next week: Kylee Watson, 6-4 F, Mainland Regional HS (Linwood, NJ). Both are ranked in the top 35 by espnW.
In addition to Oregon, an article from last December mentioned UCLA, Florida, and South Carolina as being among the schools recruiting Watson.