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Estherville’s Alyssa Johnson commits to Panther women’s basketball | Des Moines Register Staff Blogs
Lincoln Central junior Alyssa Johnson has given a verbal commitment to play women’s basketball at Northern Iowa. Johnson, a 6-foot 2-inch center, averaged 13 points and eight rebounds per game for the Midgettes, who were 23-5 and reached the championship game of the Class 2-A state tournament. The . . . Read More
On the recruiting trail, University of Sioux Falls women's basketball coach Travis Traphagen saw Laura Johnson as a player who passed the eye test. The Cougars' third-year head coach was searching for a blue-chip recruit capable of helping his program make the transition from NAIA to NCAA Division . . . Read More
Three players unexpectedly leaving women’s basketball team
K-State fans have become used to players leaving the basketball program this year, but so far those occurrences have been solely with the men's team. News broke on Friday that three players are also leaving the K-State women's basketball team heading into next season.. . . Read More
University of Minnesota, Crookston Head Women’s Basketball Coach Mike Roysland announced today the signing of Kenzie Church from Fairmount, N.D. to a National Letter of Intent to play for the Golden Eagles during the 2011-12 season.. . . Read More
Florida State announced Friday morning the signing of forward Ebony Wells to a letter-of-intent to play for the Seminoles. The 6-foot-3 post player hails from Grovetown, Ga. and played for one of the Peach State’s premier rising programs. She led the Grovetown High Warriors . . . Read More
Southeast Missouri Director of Athletics John Shafer introduced Ty Margenthaler as the Redhawks next head women's basketball coach during a press conference at the Show Me Center Thursday.
Margenthaler, a 1997 graduate of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and native of Macomb. . . Read More
Amber Harris has been named the Basketball College Sportswoman of the Year by the Greater Cincinnati Northern Kentucky Women’s Sports Association. She is one of six finalists for the organization’s overall College Sportswoman of the Year. . . Read More
The Taylor University women's basketball program has signed Warsaw High School product Kelsey Freds as the newest member of the 2011 recruiting class.A 5-foot-6 guard, Freds averaged 15.1 points along with 4.1 rebounds, 3.2 assists, and two steals per game during her senior season. . . Read More



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