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W. Basketball – Nine players moving on to next level


W. Basketball – Nine players moving on to next level

Nine players

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. – Johnson County Community College head women’s basketball coach announced that nine players (6 sophomores, 2 redshirt freshmen, 1 freshman) from his team that posted a 30-2 record and finished No. 2 in the NJCAA D-II poll received scholarships to continue their careers at 4-year institutions.

Four of his players; Juanita Robinson (Missouri), Timeka O'Neal (Kansas), Kariel Hutt (Central Florida) and Sameia Kendall (Bradley), will be at NCAA Division I schools. Camille Gee (Georgia Regents Augusta) and twin sisters Jamy and Sandra Douvier (Missouri S& T) will play at NCAA D-II schools, and Taylor McDowell (Central Methodist) and Allison Wallisch (Benedictine) will be at NAIA programs next fall.

“We had a big sophomore group this year and the fit was really good for Allison to move on a year early, as well as the twins,” Conrad said. “I think at this level our top objectives athletically are to develop our players and then help them pursue their goals at the four-year level. We’re very excited for these nine girls.”

In his six years at the Lady Cavaliers head coach, Conrad has helped 36 players earn scholarships to four-year schools, including 13 at NCAA Division I programs.


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