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Three Lady Saints Make College Choices
04/13/2010

Three Lady Saints basketball players have made verbal commitments to four years schools. Dodge City guard Liz Ginther was the first to make her decision, committing to Manhattan Christian. The 5'5" guard averaged three points per game and made 19 three pointers for 31-3 Seward this year. Fellow guard Sheila Washington will sign at Mississippi Valley State. The 5'8" guard from Hamilton High School in Milwaukee, Wisconsin was most know for her defense but also averaged six points and four rebounds per game for the Jayhawk West champions. Post player Nadia Rosario commits to Valdosta State. Former Lady Saint Jenny Head is an assistant coach at VSU. The 6'3" post player from Maputu, Mozambique, Africa averaged 10 points and seven rebounds per game. The commitments are non binding.

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