Tualatin’s Mendezona Signs Lewis-Clark State
State College women’s basketball coach Brian Orr
Madison Mendezona (Tualatin, OR /
Tualatin High School),
a 5’ 10” point guard, has signed a letter of
intent to attend the school and play basketball.
“Madison represents the
qualities that we want our basketball program to
symbolize both on and off the court,” said Orr.
“She is an excellent ball-handler with great
court vision and we really like her size at the
point. In addition to her skills as a player,
Madison possesses team and leadership qualities
that every coach admires.”
was a two-year starter for Tualatin High School,
who led her team to a 51-6 overall record
including a 27-1 campaign this past season. She
received All-League honors both her junior and
senior seasons and this past year she led the
Oregon 4-A State Tournament in both assists and
steals. She holds several school records at THS
including single season and career assists, and
she also set a record with 13 assists in a
single game. “It’s obvious that Madison is an
outstanding passer,” continued Orr. “What may
have been overlooked is her ability to score.
She was never asked to do that in high school
but she can score off the dribble as well as
shoot the three. Madison is a real competitor
and it always seems like the bigger the game the
better she plays.