Morris Catholic’s Mia and Mya Pauldo Pick Up Mississippi State Hoops Offer

Mia and Mya J. Pauldo, the dynamite Morris Catholic backcourt duo, has picked up an offer from Division I Mississippi State Women’s basketball program, today their school Tweeted.

Mia and Mya J. Pauldo earn Mississippi State Women’s hoops offer.

In addition to Mississippi State, they hold offers from Penn State, Virginia, Baylor, Florida State, Miami, St. John’s, Oklahoma, Pittsburgh, Ohio State, Ole Miss, Seton Hall, Rutgers, Georgetown and Virgina Tech, among other top schools.

The Twins, who also play for the AAU NJ Sparks, are no doubt the real deal, arguably the best pair of guards in their 2025 class in the Garden State, if not the entire country.

Mia led the Lady Crusaders in scoring with 590 points, rebounds with 211, assists with 151 and steals with 106 in 27 games, while Mya followed with 401 points, 126 boards, 121 dimes and 78 thefts in 25 contests this past season.

Additionally, the dynamic pair helped Morris Catholic capture the Morris County Tournament title, and make the NJSIAA Tournament North Jersey, Non-Public B finals. The Lady Crusaders also enjoyed a 25-game winning streak during the 2021-22 campaign.

Mississippi State posted a 15-14 overall mark and went 6-10 in Southeast Conference (SEC) in the 2021-22 season. (Top of the World Men’s Adjustable Relaxed Fit Charcoal Mississippi State Icon Hat).

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— Jerry Del Priore


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