Staten Island HS Hoops Star Nicole Melious Recommits to LaSalle


Nicole Melious decommits from Georgia Tech.

Red Bank, NJ Shoreshots’ Josie Munson to Suit Up for NYU Hoops


Munson dropped in 147 points, grabbed 52 rebounds and made 22 steals for Red Bank Regional in the 2021-22 season.

Chatham Hoops Star Riley Allen Commits to D3 Emory


The 6-foot Riley, who also played for United NJ AAU, paced the Cougars with 378 points on a well-balanced team that claimed a sectional crown last season. She also grabbed 168 rebounds and made 26 steals.

St. Joseph’s Hills Elizabeth Bennett Picks Up Franklin & Marshall Hoops Offer


Additionally, Bennett had recent visits with D2 Southeastern, and D3 Mount Saint Mary and New Paltz.

Upstate NY Guard Gretchen Dolan Narrows College Hoops List Down to Four Colleges


Dolan is a pure scoring threat, draining a total of 884 points, an average of 38.4 points per game during her junior season.

Blair, Philly Rise Standout Jaylin Hartman Picks Geroge Washington Hoops


A 6-foot-2 guard, Hartman dropped in a team-best 287 points for the Buccaneers last season. But that is just part of Hartman's hoops prowess, as the long and lean player has developed into one of the best defenders in New Jersey, if not all of the nation.

Faith Robinson of Central HS, Team Sharp Receives St. John’s Hoops Offer


Robinson drained 434 points, grabbed 350 rebounds, made 154 blocks and 158 steals in 25 games this past season.

Morgan Matthews Earns Lafayette Hoops Offer


Long and lean, Morgan owns a great handle, a nice outside shot and can get to the hoop and finish with regularity. Plus, she is a defensive force, as she made a team-leading 76 steals and blocked 55 shots last season.

Shawnee HS, Comets’ Nia Scott Commits to Bryant Hoops


The 6-foot-1 rising senior scored 347 points and displayed her rebounding prowess by grabbing a team-best 236 boards in the 2021-22 NJ high school girl's hoops campaign.

Arlington, Hoopers NY’s Maya Watts Verbally Commits to Cornell Hoops


A 6-foot-3 rising senior, Watts also held offers from Western Alabama and Colgate, among others.