Warrior women’s basketball team signs Short
Lewis-Clark State College women’s basketball
coach Brian Orr announced that
Sadie Short (Touchet, WA / Walla Walla
Community College/ Touchet HS),
has signed a letter of intent to attend LCSC
and play basketball. She will enroll as a
junior and have two years of eligibility.
“We are extremely excited that Sadie has
decided to join our program,” said Orr.
“She is a very athletic and versatile player
who can score the ball a lot of different
ways. Offensively she has the complete
package and she is a great rebounder. One
of the best things we like is the fact that
she is coming from a winning program and
knows what it takes. We expect her to play
a major role on next year’s team.”
A 5-foot-11 guard-forward, Short played two
seasons for Bobbi Hazeltine at Walla Walla
Community College where she was a two-time
NWAACC All-Star selection and this past
season was named MVP of the Eastern
Region. Short averaged 15.9 points per game
and led the entire NWAACC in defensive
rebounding, pulling down 9.3 per game. She
finished second overall in the conference in
rebounding, averaging 12.6 per game.
She was a three-sport standout at Touchet
High School, being named All-Blue Mountain
League in volleyball, basketball and
softball. She scored over 1,000 points in
her high school basketball career.
can get the rebound, lead the fast break and
finish it, stated Orr. “She is a talented
player who has the ability to make big plays
on both ends of the floor.”
Short, the Warriors first signee this year,
is joining a Lewis-Clark State team that
returns two starters and finished 31-3,
while reaching the NAIA National Tournament
for the 11th time in the last 12 seasons.
LCSC went undefeated in Frontier Conference
She is the third player LCSC has signed from
WWCC in the past three years. Forward
Aundrea Morrison finished her LCSC career
this past season, while post Mandy Troutt
will be a senior on next year’s squad.