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Posted: Tuesday, July 16, 2013
Media Contact: Dave Costello, 815-921-4516
Rock Valley College women's basketball players Brianna Walker, Keshawnee Alley, and TaRicka Linzy have each signed letters of intent to play basketball and continue their college education after RVC.
Walker has signed with Central Methodist University in Fayette, Missouri. She was a two-time national champion for RVC and last season averaged 4.8 points and 6.5 rebounds per game.
Meanwhile, both Alley and Linzy have signed with Dickinson State University in Dickinson, North Dakota. Alley was also a two-time national champion at RVC and led the Golden Eagles in scoring this past season at 13.4 points per game, while finishing second on the team in rebounds per game at 7.9.
Linzy was the second leading scorer for RVC last season at 11.5 points per game and led the team in steals at 2.0 per game.
The trio joins Revonnia Howard to make it four players from last year's national championship team to sign letters of intent to continue playing at four-year schools. Howard signed with Troy University in Troy, Alabama, an NCAA Division I university from the Sun Belt Conference, back in November.
Brianna Walker Keshawnee Alley TaRicka Linzy