2001-02 Women's Basketball
Lewis-Clark State College
Brandi Kicking Woman Signs Letter-of-Intent to Attend LCSC and Play Basketball
LEWISTON, ID-Brandi Kicking Woman (Salem, OR/Chemeketa CC), has signed a letter-of-intent to attend Lewis-Clark State College and play women’s basketball for Warrior head coach Brian Orr beginning in the fall of 2001.
"Brandi is a versatile player and we are excited that she is joining our program," said Orr. "She can play on the perimeter as well as the post which will present matchup problems for our opponents."
Kicking Woman, a 6-0 player, was the Most Valuable Player of the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges’ (NWAACC) Southern Division and helped lead the Storm to the NWAACC Southern Division Title with a 13-1 divisional record and a 24-7 overall record last year, as a freshman. Kicking Woman finished tied for tenth in the NWAACC, and led the team in scoring with a 17-point per game average. She also averaged eight rebounds per game. Kicking Woman will be a sophomore at Lewis-Clark State College this year.
Brandi Kicking Woman joins fellow recruits: Kyla Harris, Kendra West, Leah McCauley, Amy Flaig and Shanta Coleman in Orr’s first recruiting class at Lewis-Clark State.
The Warriors finished last year with a 33-4 overall record and posted a 12-2 Frontier Conference record, and made it the NAIA Women’s Division I Final Four, losing to eventual National Champion, Oklahoma City. Lewis-Clark State has made six consecutive appearances in the NAIA National Tournament. L-C won the Frontier Conference regular-season and post-season titles.
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