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Tuesday, November 13, 2007

MU women's hoops verbal commitment/No early commitments anticipated for men

Tia Curtis, a senior at Monmouth Regional High School, said she has made a verbal
commitment to Monmouth University for basketball for the 2008-2009 season. Monmouth Regional
went 18-11 last year when the 5-9 Curtis said she averaged around 17 ppg. ""There were a few
other schools but I wanted to stay close to home so my family and friends could come to the
games,,' Curtis said. ""I thought I fit into the program really well. I really love the game
and I wanted to go somewhere where I thought I could have a good chance to play and where I
felt I meshed well with the coaches.'' Wednesday (Nov. 14) marks the first day of the early
signing period for high school recruits which runs through Nov. 21. Monmouth men's coach Dave
Calloway said he does not anticipate any early commitments. His team has one open scholarship
for next fall.

The women expect to have several announcements regarding early commitments once they receive the signed National Letters of Intent...

Per NCAA rules colleges may not comment on recruits until they sign..


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hopefully the men's team will have more than one scholarship available -- if 1 or 2 current players read the handwriting on the wall, see they'll never play here, and decide to transfer.

12:09 PM, November 13, 2007  

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