Who are the best?

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Re: Who are the best?

Postby HoopHopeful » Fri Feb 08, 2019 12:00 am

Here are scholarship players that played for us this year

1. Blethen - George Washington
2. Clement - multi offers undecided
3. Cote - multi offers undecided
4. DeWolfe - Fordham
5. Holmes - Indiana
6. Martin- Harvard
7. Ouelette - St A’s
8. Obar - Verbal Bentley
9. Whitmore - Multi offers undecided

Those are kids from our program who have scholarships. i may be missing others in the younger grades.
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Re: Who are the best?

Postby Justabasketballfan » Fri Feb 08, 2019 9:32 am

Many thanks, HoopHopeful.
Proves my point that there are more than 1 or 2 D1 scholarship players coming out of our state every year.
And, this is just from one AAU program.
Shows that we've really got a wealth of girls' basketball talent within our borders.
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Re: Who are the best?

Postby Justabasketballfan » Fri Feb 08, 2019 1:40 pm

Just a little research shows that it is definitely NOT rare to produce only 1 or 2 D1 girls' basketball players annually.

Here is a list of current Maine players on D1 rosters, and it is assuredly incomplete. Please make additions ...
- Maine: Sierra Tapley, Maddie McVicar, Parise Rossignol.
- Brown: Mary Butler
- Boston Univ: Nia Irving.
- Marist: Allie Clement.
- UNH: Sarah Clement, Ashley Story.
- Cornell: Jessica Willerson.
- Villanova: Emily Esposito, Brie Wager.
- Alisha Aube began her college career at Alcorn State, now at D2 Adelphi.

The list does not include many playing (and, yes, getting full scholarships) at several Division 2 schools.

Here's a list of current H.S. players in our state (again, please add if I've missed some) who have committed to D1 programs:
- Anna DeWolfe, Fordham
- Grace Martin, Harvard.
- Alex Hart, Bryant
- MacKenzie Holmes, Indiana
- Faith Blethen, George Washington
- Camille Clement ... undecided, but offered by Marist.
And, again, several have made commitments to D2 programs to, yes, receive full scholarships.
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Re: Who are the best?

Postby bballjunkie » Fri Feb 08, 2019 7:36 pm

Great list!!

One add that I don’t think I saw yet
Shannon Todd - Northeastern
Not that it’s a big deal but Alisha Aube was at Butler, not Alcorn
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Re: Who are the best?

Postby NorthernBall » Sat Feb 09, 2019 9:21 am

Gabrielle Wener - Messalonskee HS
Long and athletic with lots of upside
Multi D1 offers - undecided
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Re: Who are the best?

Postby Justabasketballfan » Sat Feb 09, 2019 9:37 am

Many thanks for the corrrections/updates.
Yes, Shannon Todd of York, a junior forward at Northeastern Univ. (thanks bballjunkie), is having a nice season as that program's second-leading scorer this year.
And, Alisha Aube did indeed begin her college career at Butler (again, thanks bballjunkie) before transferring to Adelphi. I was probably thinking of Danasie Fennie, a Maine product, who played at Alcorn State but is no longer with that program.
Gabrielle Wener (NorthernBall) does look like a good prospect. Would be interested to know what D1 programs have shown interest.
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Re: Who are the best?

Postby NorthernBall » Sat Feb 09, 2019 9:52 am

Most recent offer to UMaine in Orono (Justabasketballfan)
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