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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
The Baylor women’s basketball team secured a high-profile commitment on Saturday when Legacy Christian Academy guard Alexis Morris announced on Twitter she will to play for the Lady Bears.. . . Read More
Dawn Staley and the South Carolina Gamecocks got some good news this afternoon. LaDazhia Williams, the #47 player in the country and the #12 forward in the 2017 according to espnW, committed to the program after an official visit yesterday. Williams, a 6’2” senior from Bradenton (Fla.) Lakewood Ran. . . Read More
Iowa High School Girls Basketball Team Draws Backlash for Super Racially Insensitive Poster
Heading into the high school basketball season, the Clarke High School girls’ team in Osceola, Iowa decided to create a poster depicting the players in headdresses and war paint, according to local station KCCI. None of the girls on the Clarke Indians team are Native American. Who thought this woul. . . Read More
Eva Rubin, a 6-5 center from suburban Chicago, is the second commitment in the Arizona State women's basketball class of 2017. Rubin averaged 15 points, eight rebounds and four blocks as a junior for Homewood Flossmoor High School. She an important recruit for ASU, which loses posts Sophie Brunner,. . . Read More

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