Women’s Basketball 2021 Recruiting News, March 2020

Lindsey Hein, 6-6 C, Forsyth HS (MT): announced her commitment to Montana State.

Hein, a 6-foot-6 junior, said she also had offers from Montana, Iowa State, Nebraska and North Dakota State.

“My first decision was to play basketball instead of volleyball,” Hein told MTN Sports. “After that I narrowed it down and decided that I wanted to be able to play in front of family and friends in my home state. … MSU is closer to home. Obviously, coach (Tricia Binford) has had a lot of success there.”


Jillian Brown, 5-10 G, East Grand Rapids HS (MI): announced her commitment to Northwestern.

“It checked all of the boxes, from their style of play to academics and it’s close to home,” Brown said. “It’s a great culture, and I love the team and the coaches. It checked every box that I had in mind, and I knew that it was right.”

The 5-foot-10 guard has four Big Ten offers, including Michigan, Penn State and Rutgers. Other offers include Marquette, DePaul and Providence.


Recent offers announced for 2021 women’s basketball prospects include:

  • Chantae Embry, 6-2 F, Norman HS (OK): UT Arlington
  • Malia Fisher, 6-2 W, Hebron Christian Academy (Dacula, GA): Richmond
  • Rori Harmon, 5-7 PG, Cypress Creek HS (Houston, TX): Baylor
  • Olivia Koontz, 6-3 F/C, Signal Mountain HS (TN): Tennessee Tech
  • Mariah Roberts, 5-8 G, Martin HS (Arlington, TX): North Texas
  • Tyrielle Williams, 5-7 G, Ursuline Academy (New Orleans, LA): UL Monroe


Kiya Dorroh, 6-1 G, Sabino HS (Tucson, AZ): announced her commitment to Missouri, over Nebraska, North Carolina, Texas, and Vanderbilt.

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.


Olivia Westphal, 5-10 W, Bethel Park HS (PA): picked up an offer from George Washington.


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