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Discussion in 'Women's Basketball' started by acoustimac, Jun 10, 2019 at 9:45 PM.
Who has the BUCKETZ plates? Very nice!
Assuming McGraw since she is the only Iowan
I love the personalities!
Yep. You see it at the 0:04 mark on the car she's waking from.
Thread got me looking a little. Saw this where McGraw has been working out for a couple years at an ISU alumni owned training center.
Off-season high point may be the arrival of the new class in late Spring.
Surprised our transfer hasn't gotten more mention. But, we will have to wait a year. Then we may see if 6'5" Lindsey Jarosinki, rated a Top 50 player out of H.S. in 2018, lives up to her much needed low post potential.
Another Top 50, Maggie McGraw is going to be a force alongside our only other Iowan Joens.
McBride seems to be a nice little mystery project. With a dearth of a few years after star Grahan, we have had one, or two, Texans welcomed to the team each season. A few became big time players (the unrepentant Moody for one) but others were committed players of minor note and some transfered out. Blaskowsky was a fun Texan with some talent.
Don’t forget another star from Texas and one of the hardest workers...Tracy Gahan!
She is mentioned: "With a dearth of a few years after star Grahan" I can not forget probably my all time favorite player.
One Texan I don't even remember she was here such a short time is Kilea Mays, a 6-1 center from Duncanville in the 2011-2012 class..
A project who did not like Ames, Fennelly or something and moved on to play without a lot of notability for Texas State. I was excited when she came and disappointed when she left. C'est la vie.
Sometimes it would be fun to take a post and track down what ever happened to these transfers.
I read it as Graham...sorry. Gahan was amazing.
I see I misspelled it sorry.
You have to wonder what they were doing even offering her in the first place. She had an undistinguished high school career, where she averaged around 4 points and 5 rebounds a game as a senior. That's not Big 12 caliber stats.
Since we're listing players from Texas, here's some more who haven't already been mentioned, in reverse chronological order:
These five plus Mays, Moody, and Kidd (and now McBride) might be it since Gahan, unless I missed someone.