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PostPosted: 09/17/18 6:55 pm    ::: Who will be THE standout freshman on your team? Reply Reply with quote

At JMU, we hope it will be Eleanore Marciszewski. Not only does she come in with all kinds of gold stars from Canada (including an invite to try out for the national team), but it's going to be fun to hear the opposing team's announcers trying to say her name.....



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PostPosted: 09/17/18 8:36 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

I think Sonja Morris will be the standout freshmen at DePaul; however, I'm not sure how much playing time any of the freshmen are going to get. We have so many guards I just don't think it will happen. Morris is a lockdown defender. Known as a blue collar player who will do anything for the team so I think she'll do whatever is asked to get some playing time.


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PostPosted: 09/18/18 11:38 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

For South Dakota, I don’t see freshmen getting a lot of minutes right away, unless there is one who can replace the job Jasmine Trimboli did last year, as in first off the bench and do whatever was asked of her. The newcomer to the team that makes the most impact will be Redshirt Sophomore Hannah Sjerven at center. For Minnesota, I don’t know enough about any of the incoming freshmen, but whoever can step up and fill the hole left by Carlie Wagner will be an asset to Lindsey’s group.


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PostPosted: 09/18/18 12:19 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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PostPosted: 09/18/18 12:58 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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For Minnesota, I don’t know enough about any of the incoming freshmen, but whoever can step up and fill the hole left by Carlie Wagner will be an asset to Lindsey’s group.



Minnesota used a 4 guard system last season. Stollings likes a run and gun style of play. Prefers smaller players. She even contemplated not starting Zahui her first year here (Zahui’s All American year. Zahui got out from under Stollings’ thumb quickly). Confused

This year, I’m hoping they return to a true two post system. So the lost of Wagner may not hurt them too badly. They have Bell-Hubbard-Pitts as their solid perimeter players. Freshmen need not apply to crack that lineup. Their prominent freshman should be guard Staples, #64 ranked ESPN. The Gophers rarely crack Top 50 with prospects. I think Wagner was #54; Pitts about the same. Staples should be a nice guard off the bench. Hoping the Gophers can land Bueckers for 2020. That would really be something. Earth-shattering.



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PostPosted: 09/18/18 2:35 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Stanford:I'm hoping Jenna Brown can play off the ball since K.Williams and Sniezak are both PGs. If she can, then she will possibly be an impact player...even though Tara's doesn't tend to overplay her Freshmen.

The Hulls will face substantial competition on the wing so I would be pleasantly surprised if they made any kind of impact.



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PostPosted: 09/18/18 5:16 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Cal has McKenzie Ford as their top freshman, but most likely more important Recee Caldwell comes in as a graduate transfer from Texas Tech. Of the 14 players on the team, 10 are listed as guards, leaving only Kristine Anigwe, CJ West, Alaysia Styles and little used Chen Yue in the front court. It will be interesting to see how Gottlieb utilizes her roster and whether they play a 4 guard lineup. They have less size than the past several years, but they will still be quite athletic.


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PostPosted: 09/18/18 9:18 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

For Marquette, there's only one freshman so I guess it's Chloe Marotta by default Smile. With 5 senior starters, I'm not figuring on her getting much playing time. I think Marquette is in a lot of trouble after this year but hopefully they can do well with this senior class.


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PostPosted: 09/19/18 8:24 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Mississippi State has brought in 3 frosh and all appear talented but red shirt frosh Myah Taylor will most likely be the most likely to earn minutes as a backup point guard. The post depth offered by Jessika Carter and Daphane White will provide opportunities to rest T, but Their point of impact will be the following year.



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PostPosted: 09/19/18 8:29 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

LMAO, we don't have a freshman! They are all grad transfers!!!!!!


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PostPosted: 09/19/18 11:02 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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LMAO, we don't have a freshman! They are all grad transfers!!!!!!


Reeve would love coaching this team Wink



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PostPosted: 09/19/18 11:16 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Well, for UCONN, they both better be ready to contribute....and right off the bat. I think Williams has a better chance to be successful early. She is a big, strong guard and they acclimate better to the college game. ONO has major talent, but she will get pushed around like a rag doll in the post, I fear.


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PostPosted: 09/19/18 2:58 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Iowa State has a few freshmen that might contribute, but the obvious answer is guard Ashley Joens. She was the captain and 2nd-leading scorer for USA's U18 team at the FIBA Americas.


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PostPosted: 09/19/18 3:05 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

For ND, it's likely to be Jordan Nixon, since she's considered the likely PG for next year, which means that they're going to be putting her in to get some experience (and possible to get a true PG in at times).

The other two guards are also very good, but it's more a matter of the specific position.


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PostPosted: 10/01/18 7:03 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

There won't be one because nobody can stand out under Holly Warlick. My favorite freshman is Zarielle Green.


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PostPosted: 10/02/18 1:48 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Williams will start as we need her and she is much better than Meg Walker was as a freshman and is now even though she will also probably start.


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PostPosted: 10/02/18 3:00 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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Duke: none (possibly the Australian whose name escapes me)


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PostPosted: 10/02/18 3:27 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Oklahoma Madi Williams, will probably be asked to play some small ball 4, but some Sooner fans liken her to Angel Mccoughtry
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PostPosted: 10/03/18 9:44 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Out of the five freshmen, Naz Hillmon and Amy Dilk, have my expectations to make impact this year at Michigan.

Hillmon played with USA U/19 this year. She has a fire like Jillian Dunston with more height.

Dilk may start at the point if KBA moves Deja Church over to the 2.


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PostPosted: 10/03/18 11:20 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Jasmine Masengill.


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PostPosted: 10/03/18 4:00 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

So I thought I'd check in on UCSB ...

First, the press release announcing the three recruits said the Gauchos expected 11 returners -- they got five, with the best young freshman, Sara Bates, transferring to Kansas State.

The roster, though, has 10 names on it, including LIU transfer Paris Jones, who shot 17% from the field and L.A. City College sophomore transfer Bri Anugwom.

None of the three freshmen were on the Hoopgulz top 100, which is not surprising, so after trying to find high school stats and results, the answer is ...

Megan Ormiston from 14-13 Murrieta Valley. She's 6-3, averaged 14 points and 18 rebounds and was first team all-league. It's going to be quite a jump to the D-1 level, though, so who knows what to expect.

Lauren Lee from Trinity in Illinois was second team all-region, averaged 13 points and played strong defense as a 5-11 guard; 5-10 Kiana Vierra from 24-12 Kamehameha was one of 35 honorable mentions (after three teams of five) all-Hawaii.

The Gauchos were 12-17 last year, but were 10-8 after a 2-9 start.

It may difficult for Bonnie Henrickson to match that this year, but at least she's living in Santa Barbara.



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PostPosted: 10/03/18 9:06 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

FSU brought in 5 freshman. The highest ranked newbie Nicoletti will miss this season due to ACL. FSU has 10 players so all freshman will get quality minutes.

After listening to ACC media, Kourtney Weber out of Lousiana will make her presence felt and could be the "stand out" freshman on the team.


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PostPosted: 10/04/18 7:06 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

bucks4now wrote:
LMAO, we don't have a freshman! They are all grad transfers!!!!!!


Janai Crooms has some serious guard skills


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Shakira Austin for Maryland


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FSU brought in 5 freshman. The highest ranked newbie Nicoletti will miss this season due to ACL. FSU has 10 players so all freshman will get quality minutes.

After listening to ACC media, Kourtney Weber out of Lousiana will make her presence felt and could be the "stand out" freshman on the team.


Oh no. I loved her at the McDonald's game. That sucks for her....and for FSU.


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PostPosted: 10/05/18 10:56 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

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PostPosted: 10/05/18 11:18 am    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Would be tough for a freshman to stand out on ND this year, what with returning 4 starters from the national champs and getting an All American back from injury for the 5th spot.

But of the four freshmen, I suspect Katlyn Gilbert is most likely to be a standout over four years, but will have the least opportunity to display her skill set as a freshman. She's a scorer at heart but probably will have a pretty short leash this year. So my guess is that Jordan Nixon and Abby Prohaska may have a greater impact this year because I think their games may be more suited to what is desired from freshmen backup guards. Barring an injury, I just don't see a lot of minutes available for Cosgrove this year that would allow her to stand out.

But this is entirely a guess and may turn out turn to be completely wrong.


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Shakira Austin for Maryland


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PostPosted: 10/05/18 2:57 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

ONO for Uconn. Being the biggest big on the team, she should see some good minutes from the start.


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ONO for Uconn. Being the biggest big on the team, she should see some good minutes from the start.


If that's the case, UCONNs in trouble.



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PostPosted: 10/05/18 11:17 pm    ::: Reply Reply with quote

Hmmmm.

Oklahoma: With 6 incoming freshmen (that's gotta be a first!) Madison Williams is the leading contender for Most Likely To Be The Most Relevant Freshman. She's a 5-star recruit, the others all 3-star. I don't know much about any of them, so....who knows? Any positive surprises are welcome! I'd be willing to bet money on Aspen Williston being an impact kinda freshman, especially cuz Sherri has so little in the post department.

Edit: Oops....I just discovered Oklahoma now has 7 freshmen. Shocked Along with 3 sophomores on a roster of 12, I think we can declare them a Young Team.

Oregon: Easy! Taylor Chavez is the only one of 2 freshmen that can see any playing time. Razz (Sabally is injured) Shocked



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I follow quite few teams. But most of the one's I follow have already been covered, so I' comment on Oregon St.

They have three incoming frosh. Andrea Aquino, Patricia Morris and Jasmine Simmons. Based on the level of competition they could be evaluated against Simmons seems to be the most D1 ready. But based on team needs she might be the least probable to have an impact.

Jasmine Simmons- 5'11" guard. Was captain of Australian U-16 team that beat the USA in the Worlds a few years back and made all tournament team. She is a hustle do everything guard. Oregon is strong at that position so that the best prediction for her is to get into the rotation. Still Rueck has in the past even started Frosh over veterans if he felt the added what the team needed. Seems unlikely though in this case.

Patricia Morris 6'7" forward. She is a really under the radar player. Good athlete. She played mulit high school sports and it is obvious she did not concentrate on basketball. She played tennis and was on the swim team. Good athlete and from what I saw has quick feet. she moves laterally like a tennis player and that should help her on defense.. She, however, not only needs to adapt to a much higher level of competition, but also refine the basketball skills reflective of her potential. She has mostly upside, but I see her as least likely of the three to impact this season. However the team has needs in the front court so the opportunity for some playing time is there.

Andrea Aquino--- 6'9" forward. The best known of the incoming frosh. Has only been playing basketball since she was 15. Was more highly rated but dropped down due to the program she transferred too. She did not fit their system and they were showcasing some other posts who did not as yet have scholarships. Saw her play a few time in person and also on video. She runs the floor well, has good floor vision-- hits open players on passes. Good BB IQ especially for someone with her lack of experience. Rueck describes her as having guard skills. Can hit from 3pt range. Thats sort of what I saw as well. Think of a much taller Azura Stevens with a good attitude..

A lot of Oregon St fans are not to high on their 6'8" Senior center, and believe she needs to be replaced quickly for them to be successful. I think, personally, she is better than they believe. Irregardless of her ability, she is their only real post. Therefore, at least one, if not both the incoming frosh might see significant playing time. Of the two I believe Aquino is the most D1 ready, so i would pick her as potentially the most impactful incoming frosh.


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Nebraska has a solid starting 5 in jR pg Hannah Whitish, JR g Nivea Ellely, JR f Maddie Simon, So wing Taylor Kissinger, and So P Kate Cain. They brought in a grad transfer from Florida Int, to fill out backcourt but any other depth will have to come from the 4 frosh.

Kayla Merahon, 6-3 F Minnetonka, MN
Ashtyn erbeek, 6-2 F Hull, IA
Leigh Brown, 6-1 G. Auburn, IN
Sam Haiby, 5-8 G. Moorhead, MN

I could see the posts getting more time initially as backups to Cain who really has no one do relieve her outside of the frosh. Haiby was a do everything kid at her school in Moorhead.



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I notice no one has done Baylor yet. I'll give someone else a shot at it. If no one does it I take a shot later. This one should be hard to pick with the incoming class they have.



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Top 5 Aussie Freshmen as chosen by The Pick and Roll:

http://pickandroll.com.au/ncaa-women-2018-19-top-5-freshmen/



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willtalk wrote:
I notice no one has done Baylor yet. I'll give someone else a shot at it. If no one does it I take a shot later. This one should be hard to pick with the incoming class they have.


I have a feeling it will be DeCosta or Bickle. Whoever can get minutes at the Wing.


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willtalk wrote:
I notice no one has done Baylor yet. I'll give someone else a shot at it. If no one does it I take a shot later. This one should be hard to pick with the incoming class they have.


I have a feeling it will be DeCosta or Bickle. Whoever can get minutes at the Wing.


If Bickle beats out DeCosta ... well, I was about to say something ridiculous like "I'll walk to Waco" or something. But let's just I see that as very highly improbable.



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Shmermerer1 wrote:
willtalk wrote:
I notice no one has done Baylor yet. I'll give someone else a shot at it. If no one does it I take a shot later. This one should be hard to pick with the incoming class they have.


I have a feeling it will be DeCosta or Bickle. Whoever can get minutes at the Wing.


If Bickle beats out DeCosta ... well, I was about to say something ridiculous like "I'll walk to Waco" or something. But let's just I see that as very highly improbable.


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ClayK wrote:
Shmermerer1 wrote:
willtalk wrote:
I notice no one has done Baylor yet. I'll give someone else a shot at it. If no one does it I take a shot later. This one should be hard to pick with the incoming class they have.


I have a feeling it will be DeCosta or Bickle. Whoever can get minutes at the Wing.


If Bickle beats out DeCosta ... well, I was about to say something ridiculous like "I'll walk to Waco" or something. But let's just I see that as very highly improbable.


Agreed; although, Bickle did play really well on their overseas trip. I think it will be depend on team needs. DeCosta is incredibly athletic and a solid ball handler, but from the limited times I've seen her play, she doesn't have much of an outside shot. If Baylor needs a shooter, Bickle might take that role. I don't see Egbo, Smith or Grayson-Scott getting a ton of playing time.


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I think DeCosta might be the most outstanding freshman in the country; I'd be shocked if she wasn't the most outstanding FR on her own team.


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ClayK wrote:
Shmermerer1 wrote:
willtalk wrote:
I notice no one has done Baylor yet. I'll give someone else a shot at it. If no one does it I take a shot later. This one should be hard to pick with the incoming class they have.


I have a feeling it will be DeCosta or Bickle. Whoever can get minutes at the Wing.


If Bickle beats out DeCosta ... well, I was about to say something ridiculous like "I'll walk to Waco" or something. But let's just I see that as very highly improbable.


+1 and every Sic'em fan down south .


Baylor is going to need some 3pt scoring. Brown and Cox are going to get double and triple teamed. The only real 3pt shooter of the freshmen is actually Bickle. Morris is out. Who else on the team is a capable 3 PT shooter? Not Chloe Jackson. Juicy and Grayson-Scott maybe.


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I think DeCosta might be the most outstanding freshman in the country; I'd be shocked if she wasn't the most outstanding FR on her own team.


I agree; however, based on team needs maybe not. DeCosta is a slasher. The paint will be clogged with Cox and Brown. I think Baylors biggest need this year will be someone who can stretch the D.


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Shmermerer1 wrote:
willtalk wrote:
I notice no one has done Baylor yet. I'll give someone else a shot at it. If no one does it I take a shot later. This one should be hard to pick with the incoming class they have.


I have a feeling it will be DeCosta or Bickle. Whoever can get minutes at the Wing.


DeCosta Was pretty tho center on her high school team, I’m not sure her skill set will fit on the wing, she’s more of an undersized four to me.
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DeCosta can't shoot. Don't know anything about Bickle.
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#Occasionalwnbafan wrote:
Shmermerer1 wrote:
willtalk wrote:
I notice no one has done Baylor yet. I'll give someone else a shot at it. If no one does it I take a shot later. This one should be hard to pick with the incoming class they have.


I have a feeling it will be DeCosta or Bickle. Whoever can get minutes at the Wing.


DeCosta Was pretty tho center on her high school team, I’m not sure her skill set will fit on the wing, she’s more of an undersized four to me.


I agree. That's why I think based on Team needs, Bickle might surprise people. I also heard she had a knee injury in high school, so she wasn't really evaluated her senior year. Her ranking dropped.


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DeCosta can't shoot. Don't know anything about Bickle.


In their overseas play I think she shot over 50% from the field, 40% from 3. She played the most of the freshmen I think. DeCosta wasn't their. I think she had meniscus surgery.


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DeCosta can't shoot. Don't know anything about Bickle.


She sure has been draining 3's since she stepped on campus . So either your judgement is of her past or you have not watched the Lady bear's practice so far this year ?



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DeCosta can't shoot. Don't know anything about Bickle.


She sure has been draining 3's since she stepped on campus . So either your judgement is of her past or you have not watched the Lady bear's practice so far this year ?


Gabby Williams could also knock down the long ball in practice, so we’ll see if DeCosta can shoot in a game. The best part of her game is rebounding, I think she could be near the top of the nation and lead the big 12 in rebounding one day, I’m sure you will want her playing close to the basket to take advantage of her rebounding.
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