Girls Basketball: Eight Seniors to Sign Letters of Intent for D1 Schools

Morgan Tuck, who figures to be the cornerstone of this season's Lady Raider basketball team, will join seven of her fellow senior teammates in the NCAA D1 ranks next season.

As the Lady Raiders girls basketball team looks to begin its journey for an astonishing fourth-straight state championship in the coming weeks, eight of its seniors will be doing so without the distraction of worrying about where they will be playing next season.

Eight of the team's seniors, all of which helped the team to a in March, are expected to sign letters of intent to play for some of the nation's most accomplished NCAA women's basketball programs.

The signings are as follows:

Tuck, one of the best high school players in the nation, announced she would . 

The signings further establish the Bolingbrook girls basketball program as one of the premier in the country. Last season, ; Taylor Tuck, sister of Morgan Tuck, signed with the University of Illinois; and Falon Edwards signed with Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.


Editor's Note: In the original version of this article, the author mistakenly wrote that Keiera Ray was going to Penn State. She is, in fact, going to the University of Pennsylvania. We regret this error.

Dori November 08, 2011 at 08:56 PM
Wow, how wonderful! This is something to be very proud of.....great job ladies and may I wish you the best of luck in the future. I hope the Patch will keep us updated on your progress after you move onto college. Congrats to all of you! Go Lady Raiders!!


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