Sonia Citron

Year: 2021

Height: 6-1

Position: G

High School: Ursuline School (New Rochelle, NY)

Recruiting Status: Verbally committed to Notre Dame

Notes: member of the 2019 USA Basketball U16 team


Recruiting Summary for Sonia Citron

October 2017: article mentions offers from Fordham and UMass

offers in 2018:

  • April: Brown
  • July: Penn, Princeton, Syracuse
  • August: Boston College, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, Villanova
  • September: Harvard

offers in 2019:

*Duke and Wake Forest also offered, date unknown

April 26, 2020: committed to Notre Dame


Articles

Ursuline’s Sonia Citron named Gatorade New York player of the year (Rockland/Westchester Journal News, 3/6/2020)

The 6-foot-1 generational talent is averaging 23.5 points, 10.3 rebounds, 4.0 steals and 3.1 assists for 23-0 Ursuline, which plays Lourdes on Sunday at 2 p.m. for the title. She was a big part of USA Basketball’s U16 gold medal last summer at the 2019 FIBA Americas Championship, where she averaged 13.3 points per game and earned all-tournament honors.

Some of the high-major programs she currently holds offers from include Notre Dame, Stanford, and Oregon.

Ursuline’s Sonia Citron ranked a five-star recruit by ESPN (Rockland/Westchester Journal News, 12/7/2019)

Citron, who was named to the Journal News/lohud girls basketball Super 7 earlier this week, already has offers from high-major programs Notre Dame, Stanford, Duke, North Carolina, Michigan, Wake Forest and Oregon.

Last season, the Scarsdale native had averages of 21.5 points, 10.9 rebounds, 4.6 assists, 3.5 blocks and 3.2 steals per game. She scored her 1,000th career point during the season, and was named 2nd team all-state.

Ursuline’s Sonia Citron Gains Attention On and Off Basketball Court (Catholic New York, 7/17/2019)

Oregon and Stanford, the top-two finishers in the Pac-12 for the 2018-2019 season, made scholarship offers after the tournament ended June 22.

Maryland, Duke, North Carolina, Wake Forest, Clemson, Texas and Michigan have also extended athletic scholarships. Harvard and Princeton, Ivy League schools that do not offer athletic scholarships, are also recruiting Sonia


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