Mon, Jun. 23, 2008 - [Women's Basketball]
William Penn University women's basketball coach Brian Spielbauer has announced the signings of four individuals to letters of intent to attend the University in the fall and compete for the women's basketball program.
Lexi Garvey, a 5-7 guard, will come to Penn as a sophomore after transferring from Taft CC in California. The daughter of John and Lavonne Garvey, Lexi averaged 14 points per game at Taft.
"Lexi is a solid player that is very tough-nosed," Spielbauer said. "She is very competitive and we are glad to have her here."
Teresa Nguyan, a 5-6 guard, will come to Penn as a junior after transferring from Rio Hondo CC in California. The daughter of Richard and Tin-Tran Nguyan, she averaged ten points per game at Rio Hondo.
"Teresa can play the 1, 2, or the 3 and has a great feel for the game," Spielbauer said. "She is a versatile player that can help us in a variety of ways."
Laci Mitchell, a 5-10 forward, will come to Penn as a sophomore after transferring from Centralia CC in Washington. She is the daughter of Ralph and Caryn Mitchell.
"Laci loves the game and is a gym rat," Spielbauer said. "She is a good player to have in the program and I look forward to working with her in the next few years."
Nancy Chicas, a 5-7 guard, will come to Penn as a junior after transferring from College of San Mateo in California. She is the daughter of Marco and Catarinadel Carmen.
"Nancy is a very skilled guard that can play the 1 or 2," Spielbauer said. "She is a great athlete that can do a lot for us."
The Lady Statesmen owned a 15-16 overall record (6-10 MCC) this past winter. The team, which graduated just one senior, had a pair of honorable-mention all-conference players.