Last night, the women's basketball team picked up a big commitment from former Texas center Sedona Prince
SCO DUCKS!! Thank you so much to everyone who has helped me through this process! So excited and blessed to continue my academic and athletic career at the University of Oregon pic.twitter.com/btSWCq0Huf— Sedona Prince (@thesedonaprince) July 6, 2019
Oregon scored a big time coup over the reigning national title finalists Notre Dame and perpetual dynasty machine University of Connecticut Huskies. She never suited up for the Longhorns due to suffering a broken leg while on U-18 US national team duties last summer.
Prince elected to transfer from the University of Texas due to medical reasons as vague as that may be.
The 6’7 Texas native center/forward was the eighth overall recruit in the 2018 class in the ESPN rankings. She was also a McDonald’s All-American. According to her Texas bio, she averaged 22.3 points, 8.2 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 2.8 steals, and 4.7 blocks as a high school senior.
Oregon currently has six of the top 40 prospects in the 2020 Hoopgurlz class. Prince will be eligible for the 2020 season after sitting out the 2019 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Welcome to Eugene, Sedona!