Meet the 2013 Women's Basketball Signing Class

April 30, 2013

"Demetria has the mindset and court vision that you want a true point guard to have. You want your point guard to have the ability to distribute the ball to make everyone else better, and she does that very well. The other dimension she brings is she can also score. She's not just one-dimensional and a pass-first point guard, but she's a true scoring threat. She's also a very good athlete, where we can play at the tempo we like."

Has great floor vision... distributes ball to make everyone else better... is also a true scoring threat... possessess great leadership qualities with two years of collegiate experience... very good athlete that can play the point guard position at a high tempo.

Last season at Angelina College in Lufkin, Texas, Foreman averaged 12.8 points and 3.2 assists per game and shot 40 percent from the field. She posted 10.2 points, 5.3 assists and 2.9 steals per game in her first collegiate season at Lon Morris, where she drained 103 field goals, including 21 3-pointers.

Foreman prepped at MacArthur High School in Irving, Texas, where she earned All-District 6-5A honors and helped lead the squad to the state title in 2011.

"Alexia's game is exactly what we wanted as a staff because she is very versatile and can play multiple positions. She's also an incredible athlete, and we always want to go after kids that are extremely athletic. Right now, Alexia is more of a slasher scorer with the ability to score off the bounce and will be able to take her perimeter shooting to the next level with us."

Great athlete that is very versatile and can play multiple posiitions... slasher scorer that has ability to score off the bounce... tremendous defender that is also a tenancious rebounder for her size.

Sanders starred at nearby College Park High School in The Woodlands, where she earned District 14-5A MVP honors as a senior after leading the team in scoring (20.1 ppg), rebounding (7.0 rpg), steals (4.1 spg), assists (2.7 apg) and blocks (1.0 bpg). The 5-8 guard shot 49 percent (226-of-459) from the field and 74 percent (161-of-219) from the free-throw line.



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