PRESTON - Myerscough forward Kazz Devine-Henry announced on Thursday her commitment to North Dakota State College of Science.
I’m so grateful,” said Devine-Henry. “It took a lot of hard work and effort but I am so excited for this opportunity and can’t wait to work even harder.”
Devine-Henry averaged 7.3 points to go with four rebounds and 1.6 steals in seven games in the Women’s Elite Academy Basketball League (WEABL). The 5-foot-10 forward also featured for Myerscough’s first-ever senior women’s team in NBL Division 2.
NDSCS is coming off a 21-8 record overall and an 11-3 mark in the Mon-Dak Conference in the NJCAA, finishing as runners-up in league play. The Wildcats have made two National Tournament appearances under head coach Thomas Dryburgh, who is entering his sixth season. A total of 14 players have advanced to continue on to four-year universities under Dryburgh.
“I am indebted to the Myerscough coaches, who not only taught me to become better in basketball, but also taught me discipline, resilience and a lot of life lessons through it all,” she said. “They pushed me on court and off court - with my studies, making me become better in every aspect.”
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