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Comfort and NCAA tournament potential were the leading factors in Jacobi Lynn's girls basketball recruitment. Chattanooga, in her assessment, provided the best of both. Lynn, an all-state senior guard from McMinn Central High School, committed to play women's basketball for Chattanooga on Tuesday,. . . Read More
Monacan senior Megan Walker is considered one of the best girls basketball players in the nation. This summer, ESPN's No. 1 ranked recruit played for two USA basketball teams, winning gold at the FIBA Americas U18 Championship and silver at the FIBA Women's 3x3 U18 World Championship. She has tak. . . Read More
Waverly has produced its share of Division I women’s basketball players in the last two decades. Alisia Smith is continuing that trend. The 6-foot-3 senior forward recently verbally committed to Penn State while becoming the school’s latest Division I prospect. Smith had about 20 offers and picke. . . Read More
Ever since she was 5 years old, ears have surrounded Samantha Brunelle when she hits the basketball court. Now that she's the highest-ranked sophomore basketball prospect in the nation, all eyes -- including two that belong to Geno Auriemma -- are upon her. Some say scoring is in her nature, and th. . . Read More
When Kiana Chew verbally committed to play basketball at Arizona last month, it seemed odd that someone from Palm Harbor University High would want to be so far from home. But dig a little deeper and her decision makes more sense. She is already thousands of miles from home. Chew, a 6-foot-3 senior. . . Read More
Liberty junior Makaela Kestner announced Monday that she verbally committed to the University of North Carolina women's basketball team. Tar Heels coaches offered her a scholarship Sept. 1 during a visit to her Bealeton home. . . Read More
Centennial senior Lauren Brocke said she had 18 scholarship offers from Division I women’s basketball programs. While the Shockers were among the last to express interest, they stood out above the rest, and Brocke verbally committed to the Kansas school Sunday. . . Read More
Huguenot girls basketball player Taya Robinson announced her commitment to VCU on Twitter Tuesday night. “I’ve decided to officially become a Ram today,” she said in a tweet. The one person more excited than her? Huguenot coach Bo Jones Jr. who played basketball at VCU. “I thought it was a grea. . . Read More



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