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2020 Class: Recruiting News/Updates, September 2019

Coverage of the women’s basketball 2020 recruiting class: offers, commitments, decommitments, official and unofficial visits, recruiting updates from news sites and other sources, etc. Items listed in reverse chronological order.


Lexi Bull, 6-0 F, Century HS (Pocatello, ID): announced her commitment to Wyoming (Mountain West).

(9/30/2019)


Sophia Singer, 6-0 SG/W, Woodstock HS (GA): announced her commitment to Western Carolina (Southern).

(9/30/2019)


Mia Beam, 5-8 G, Christian Academy of Louisville (KY): announced her commitment to Cornell (Ivy).

(9/30/2019)


Hannah Edwards, 6-6 C, Oak Mountain HS (Birmingham, AL): following an official visit over the weekend, Edwards announced her commitment to UL Monroe (Sun Belt).

(9/30/2019)


Maddie Antenucci, 5-10 W, Indian Hill HS (Cincinnati, OH): picked up an offer from Florida Gulf Coast.

(9/29/2019)


Kiersten Hudson, 5-9 G/W, Middle Tennessee Christian School (Murfreesboro, TN): took an official visit over the weekend to Alcorn State.

(9/29/2019)


Gift Sampson, 6-0 juco sophomore G/F, Labette CC (KS): recently took an official visit to Saint Peter’s.

(9/29/2019)


Lydia Freeman, 6-5 C, Westlake HS (Atlanta, GA): announced her commitment to Georgia Southern (Sun Belt).

(9/29/2019)


Kendall Wingler, 5-10 G, Meade County HS (Brandenburg, KY): announced her commitment to Eastern Kentucky (OVC) earlier this week. The Elizabethtown News-Enterprise has more on her decision.

Wingler chose Eastern Kentucky University over Murray State, North Alabama, BYU and Evansville.

“It was definitely the coaching staff,” Wingler said. “Coach Sam (Samantha Williams) being the head coach and coming from U of L, I got to know her and the rest of the coaching staff really well. I’m definitely looking past college ball. My goal is to play overseas and Coach Sam and the coaching staff will give me that opportunity with the connections they have.

“I know going in I definitely want to be a part of a program that I can help change. They really haven’t had the best record of late (22-66 the last three years and one winning season in the last five). I definitely believe in Coach Sam and the players she’s bringing in to boost EKU’s record and earn the program more respect. An OVC championship is definitely my goal going into this. I want to get bigger, faster and stronger and I know Coach Sam and the coaching staff will help me get to that point.”

(9/29/2019)


Kaya Ingram, 5-6 PG, La Cueva HS (Albuquerque, NM): announced her commitment to Cornell (Ivy).

(9/29/2019)


Briah Christia, 5-4 PG, Dillard HS (Fort Lauderdale, FL): is no longer committed to Georgia Southern.

(9/29/2019)


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