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Nov
09

Early signing period: Wrap up (Part 2)


In Part one of my wrap-up I looked at the four Montana program with a little bit of detail. In Part two, I do not intend to go over each program in the same mount of detail but rather more of a list of whom the other Big Sky clubs signed.

Big Sky Conference Recruiting Class (as best as I can tell)

Notes: I am not going to try to rank the Conference recruiting classes because it would be fruitless, but ESPN recently rated Portland State as having the #1 class based on only one recruit 6-9 Brandon Cataldo. They felt he was good enough alone to make an immediate impact on Portland State next year, and name him the #1 class.

Eastern Washington Men’s fall Letter of Intents

Jaylen Henry 6-7 Forward from Cheyenne high school in Nevada
Geoffrey Allen 6-5 Wing from Pacific Hills High School in California
Carter Warnock 6-9 Center from Seton Catholic High School in Arizona

Eastern Washington Women’s fall Letter of Intents

Laura Hughes 6-2 Center from Hanford High School in Washington
Morganne Comstock 6-0 Forward from Kentlake High in Washington
Meaghan Cichoke 5-7 Guard from Tualatin High School in Oregon
Aubrey Ashenfelter 6-0 Guard from Southridge High School in Oregon

Idaho State Women’s fall Letter of Intents

Sheryl Bitter 5-6 point guard from Shelley High School in Idaho
Kara Jenkin 5-8 guard from Auburn Riverside High School in Washington
Cydney Horton 6-0 forward from Cherokee Trail High School in Colorado

Idaho State Men’s Fall Letter of Intents

Andre’ Hatchett 6-4 wing from Santa Rita High School in Arizona

Northern Colorado, Men’s signees

Tevin Svihovec Shooting Guard 6-2 from Kingwood high school in Texas
Paul Garnica Point Guard 6-0 San Antonio Lee High school in Texas

Northern Colorado’s Women’s fall Letter of Intents

Molly Duehn, 6-1, G, Burnsville, Minn. (Burnsville HS)
Kirsten Hess, 6-2, C, Denver, Colo. (JK Mullen HS)
Kim Lockridge, 6-0, F, Littleton, Colo. (Heritage HS)
D’Shara Strange, 5-10, G, Fountain, Colo. (Fountain Fort Carson HS)

Northern Arizona’s Men’s signees

Danny Redmon, G 6-2, Rancho Cucamonga, California /Riverside CC

Portland State Men’s fall Letter of Intents

Brandon Cataldo 6-9 Center from Rainier high school in Oregon
Chehales Tapscott 6-5 Forward from Clackamas CC in Oregon

Portland State Women’s fall Letter of Intents

Allie Brock 6-0 Forward from Southridge High School, in Oregon
Keaton McFadden 5-11 Center/Forward from Mid-Pacific Institute high school in Hawaii

Sacramento State Men’s signees

Jackson Carbajal G 6-3 180 Fr. Clovis, Calif./Buchanan HS

Sacramento State Women’s signees

Sadie Clements G/F 5-10 Springville, Utah/Springville HS
Cydnie Mixon F 6-0 Antioch, Calif./Deer Valley HS
Alle Moreno G 5-4 Lodi, Calif./St Mary’s HS (Stockton)
Se’nyce Parrish G 5-10 Clovis, Calif./Clovis West HS

Weber State Men’s fall Letter of Intents

Kyle Tresnak, Center 6-9 from Horizon high school in Arizona
Jordan Richardson 6-0 Guard from Tracy high school in California
Scott Bamforth 6’2 Guard from Western Nebraska Community College

Weber State Women’s fall Letter of Intents

Justine Johnson 5-5 point guard from Gilbert high school in Arizona
Jordan Pfau 5-9 guard from Missoula Loyola in Missoula

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