High School: Sabino (Tucson, AZ)
Recruiting Status: Verbally committed to Missouri
Notes: She attended Tanque Verde HS (Tucson, AZ) as a freshman.
Recruiting Summary for Kiya Dorroh
first offer: UTRGV (June 2015)
offers in 2017:
- June: Arizona, Arizona State
- August: Washington
- September: Washington State
- October: Southern Cal, Tennessee
- November: Cal
offers in 2018:
- April: Ohio State
- June: Utah, Vanderbilt
- July: Northern Arizona
- October: Missouri
offers in 2019:
- April: Hartford, Texas
- May: New Mexico
- June: San Diego State
- July: UC Santa Barbara, Cincinnati, Florida, Kansas, North Carolina
- August: Nebraska, Wisconsin
March 14, 2020: committed to Missouri
Sabino High School basketball star Kiya Dorroh commits to Missouri (Arizona Daily Star, 3/14/2020)
The relationship with Mizzou’s staff and Pingeton was one of the primary components to her commitment despite the Tigers’ rebuilding season.
“I have a really good relationship with the coach at Missouri and that just made me like them a lot more over everybody else. (Pingeton) has been recruiting me for a very long time and she’s always stuck through it and I’ve always had a good relationship with her,” Dorroh said.
Just 15, Tanque Verde freshman holds offers from Tennessee, Arizona, ASU and others (Arizona Daily Star, 1/29/2018)
“My main goal is to make it to the WNBA and be successful,” Dorroh said. “So I’ll do whatever it takes, and I have amazing people to help me get there.”
. . . Dorroh and her family say they haven’t thought too much about college. There’s time — three more years — for that.
“The expectation for her is to just get better and just go out there and become the best player that she can be,” Sherard Dorroh said. “If she’s able to be fortunate to play college basketball — great. We want to make sure that she gets the best education. That’s the most important thing.”
Deceptively athletic guard handles, attacks in transition game, consistently finishes plays to the rim with body control; shot maker with range at the arc; brings size to the back court, elevates over defenders in mid-range game; a stock-riser in the class of 2021.
espnW, September 2019