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2020 Class: Recruiting News/Updates, July 2019


More prospects have been added to the 2020 Recruiting Summaries page:

  • Tess Darby (TN)
  • Jamia Blake (SC)
  • Jenae Dublin (MD)
  • Sharonica Hartsfield (OK)
  • Jasmine McGinnis-Taylor (NE)
  • Mimi Rubino (NJ)

And the summaries for the following have been updated with new offers:

  • Kylee Blacksten (CO)
  • Sean Kelly Darks (OH)
  • Caroline Dingler (GA)
  • Anabel Ellison (FL)
  • Jessika Evans (OK)
  • Bri Johns (VA)
  • Emily Klaczek (IL)
  • Khamya McNeal (WI)
  • Mimi Rubino (NJ)
  • Diamond Stokes (IL)
  • D’Mya Tucker (SC)
  • Makennah White (PA)

(7/26/2019)


Graycen Holden, 6-1 F/C, Edmond North HS (OK): announced her commitment to Central Missouri (D-II). Several D-I schools had offered her.

(7/26/2019)


Kateri Poole, 5-9 PG, Monsignor Scanlan HS (Bronx, NY): committed to Ohio State. She’s ranked #16 in the 2020 class by espnW. The Buckeyes have two earlier commits in that class, both in-staters:

  • Gabby Hutcherson, 6-2 F, Westerville South HS (OH)
  • Anyssa Jones, 5-10 SG, Westerville South HS (OH)

(7/26/2019)


Stephanie Ouderkirk, 6-1 F, Spotswood HS (Penn Laird, VA): committed to James Madison (CAA), over American, George Mason, Penn, and William & Mary, according to this report.

“I’m really excited,” Ouderkirk said. “Just the coaches and the staff and the place. Like the community it’s such a great community and I’ve had a lot of support and I’m just really excited to be a part of it.”

(7/26/2019)


2020 prospect Aaliyah Pitts is transferring to Bishop McNamara HS (Forestville, MD) for her senior year. She previously attended Woodbridge HS (VA). See the Recruiting Summaries page for a rundown of her offers.

(7/25/2019)


Nicole Avila-Ambrosi, 5-8 G, Millard North HS (Omaha, NE): committed to California Baptist (WAC). Omaha had also offered her, according to this article.

“Coach Olson is a point guard-focused coach, and that is what I play, so that was a big factor in my decision,” Avila-Ambrosi said. . . .

Avila-Ambrosi chose Cal Baptist over a scholarship offer from UNO. Ivy League schools Cornell and Columbia expressed interest, as did Texas-San Antonio, Texas-Rio Grande Valley, South Dakota and Drake.

(7/25/2019)


Kylie Swider, 6-4 F, Tabor Academy (MA)/hometown: Portsmouth, RI: The Newport Daily News reports on Swider’s recent commitment to Villanova (Big East). Her other finalists were Butler, James Madison, Richmond, and Xavier.

“In early June, I got my five visits done. Then I let myself think about where I wanted to go,” Swider said in a telephone interview Tuesday morning from Atlanta, where she was playing in an AAU tournament with her Rivals squad based out of Andover, Massachusetts.

In the end, Swider chose Villanova, a program that wanted her as early as last year.

“I felt at home there. I felt comfortable,” Swider said. “I spent some time with the team, and I could see myself playing there. The academic piece also was very huge for me. I’ll probably study marketing.”

(7/23/2019)


Taylor Lauterbach, 6-6 C, Appleton West HS (WI): a follow-up article on Lauterbach’s commitment to Kansas State last week indicates that she had narrowed her choices down to just two, with in-state school Wisconsin ending up as runner-up.

“I struggled for a while deciding between my final two which were K-State and Wisconsin,” Lauterbach said to GoPowercat. “After talking with the girls a couple of times over FaceTime and being able to think about what I wanted in a program I decided to commit. Kansas State is a competitive program with the desire to win and has had prior success.

“I wanted a program like this who has a bright future. Ultimately I decided K-State was a better option for me as a player and a person.”

(7/22/2019)


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