May 24, 2010
TORRINGTON, WY –
Eastern Wyoming College women’s basketball coach has announced the signing of several star players to fill the roster this upcoming season.
Hannah Earley, 5’5″ guard from Campbell County High School in Gillette, Wyoming has signed a letter of intent to play for the Lancers. She is known as a hard-nosed defensive player and comes from one of the premier programs in the state of Wyoming.
Lacy Leaf, 5’10” wing player from Cheyenne-Eagle Butte, South Dakota will also join the Lancers. She is a versatile player who led her team to a 17-5 record and the Championship of the Lakota Nation Invitational Tournament where she was names MVP.
Bailey Limpy, 5’8″ guard from Lame Deer High School, Lame Deer, Montana has also signed to play for Coach Andersen. She averaged 13 points, 13 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals and served as 2 time team captain for the Lame Deer Morning Stars. She helped to lead the Lady Morning Stars to their first championship game in school history.
Shauri Lyon, 5’11” post player from Manti High School, Manti, Utah will also join the Lancer roster. She is a strong and athletic player who will add strength and rebounding in the paint. She was recognized as the MVP this past season.
Shickerra Marsh, 6’0″ post from Manvel High School in Pearland, Texas is also joining the Lancers. She is a strong inside player who can post up well and is an excellent rebounder. She averaged 10 points and 11 rebounds this past season.
Jessica Santistevan, 5’6″ guard from Pinnacle High School in Denver, Colorado has also signed. She is a very strong three point shooter who can handle the ball and has a great court sense and feel for the game. She averaged 14 points per game and led her team in assists.
Jubilee Sutherland, 5’6″ guard from Glennallen, Alaska will also play for the Lancers. She is a great three point shooter as well as a strong ball handler. She averaged 22 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 4 steals her senior year.
“I am excited to add these student athletes to our program. They are all great team players and have individual talents that will move our program to new heights. Coming off a 15 win season, combining these players with our returning players makes me very excited for next season,” shared Coach Andersen.