Archive for April, 2015

FBC Defenders Class of 2015 Commitments

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Congratulations To Class Of 2015

Player (College Commit)

Jada Atchison (Georgian Court University)

Sydney Bray (Lasalle University)

Kyra Fox (Howard University)

Morgan Mitchell (Delaware Valley College)

Evangela Morris (Union County College)

Taylor Nelson (Dominican College)

Ashley Opitz (Seton Hall University)

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Shalette Brown, 2015 College All America, Recognized For 2014-15 Season with WOF Ring Of Honor!

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It Is The Size Of The Fight In The Player! 

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Congratulations to the Defenders Alum, Shalette Brown, as her jersey will be hung in the Women’s Basketball Hall Of Fame “Ring Of Honor” to recognize her as one of the best college players of the 2014-15 season.

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Evangela Morris Signs with Union County College!

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April 21, 2015 – Surrounded by the family that has supported her since birth, Piscatway High’s Evangela Morris made it official today by signing to play this fall at Union County College. Wearing a huge smile Vangie sat with head coach Cheryl Bell as coach carefully and thoroughly explained the entire process to her and her family. It was clear by the nervous energy coming from the family that this was a very proud moment. After all the paperwork was completed the family laid out a spread that would have made Silvia’s of Harlem proud as all took part in fellowship. Life is good and dreams do come true! Congratulations to the Family!

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ACADEMIC PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jada Atchison of Burlington City

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PLAYER OF THE YEAR: Jada Atchison of Burlington City again proved to be one of the state’s most prolific scorers, and she ended her career by reaching a personal milestone.

Atchison surpassed the 2000-point mark on Feb. 23, and she ultimately finished her career with 2009 points. The senior was sidelined near the end of the season with a foot and ankle injury.

Despite missing some time at the end, Atchison still pieced together a strong senior campaign, scoring 22.2 points per game to help the team to an 18-9 finish.

Atchison powered the Burlington City attack with quickness and ability to create space while driving to the rim. Her versatility allowed her score in multiple ways, whether in the paint or behind the arc. Click Here For Full Article…

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