Scouting Indiana has now served National colleges and universities with recruiting information and evaluations since 2008. Throughout each calendar year they attend numerous high school games, multiple spring & summer grassroots tournaments, the IBCA Top-100 workout, as well as fall leagues & tournaments in order to familiarize themselves with the state’s top girls’ teams and prospects. With the 2016-2017 high school season getting started, Scouting Indiana takes a look at some of the top teams and players in the Hoosier state. This third installment will focus on Class 3A. Throughout the season be sure to follow them on twitter @ScoutingINGirls. Before we get started, Scouting Indiana would like to offer a special thank you to Hoosier Basketball Magazine, specifically Kip Wesner, and to the high school coaches who helped to provide information included in this preview.
Class 3A this season looks to remain pretty steady with a lot of familiar faces competing for the crown. While there have been some significant graduation losses, a lot of those teams were very deep with talent, and it’s going to be somewhat difficult to knock off the upper-tier squads again this season.
In this preview we’ve taken the time to identify who we think should be some of the best teams in Class 3A this season. Additionally we’ve pointed out several of the better players/prospects in Class 3A who’ve already made quite a name for themselves through their strong play.
Scouting Indiana’s Preseason Top-20 Teams in Class 3A
1.) South Bend Saint Joseph (25-2, regional champs in 2015-2016)
Last season was pretty impressive for the Indians, considering the loss of a pair of Division-I guards in the 2015 class. This year one of their most versatile players, Brooke Juday (8.1p, 4.5r), has graduated and is now playing at Division-II Eckerd College. Also gone via graduation is guard Hannah Mauch (4.0p), plus Head Coach Eric Mauch has departed. But there’s more, as shortly after the 2015-2016 season ended, 6-0 wing Emma Applegate transferred to Niles H.S. in Michigan due to family ties. With that said, Saint Joseph is still one of the deepest and most talented teams in Class 3A. Leading the way are a pair of dynamic 5-8 senior guards in Daly Sullivan (14.6p, 2.8r, 2.7a) and Nicole Konieczny (12.2p, 3.3r, 2.6a), with the former drawing Division-I interest and the latter having already committed to Valparaiso University. Both were Junior All-Stars. They will be helped up front by experienced 5-11 seniors in wing Abby O’Connor (5.9p, 3.3r), forward Savannah Scott (2.7p, 4.0r), and post Killian Mountford (2.6p, 2.6r). Juniors returning with experience are 5-9 wing Abby O’Dell, plus 5-10 forwards Addison and Grace Quinn. One newcomer who should prove to be a significant addition is 5-11 freshman wing Keegan Sullivan. She’s powerful enough to play inside, but she’s skilled enough to play like a guard.
2.) Tippecanoe Valley (25-2, sectional champs in 2015-2016)
Two years ago Tippecanoe Valley made a lot of noise by making it to the State Finals. Last season they fell to Heritage Christian in the Regional Final. What’s scary for opponents is the fact that this year might be the deepest, most talented team they’ve had to date. They did lose Brynda Krueger (6.6p, 3.3r, 3.9a) and Karis Tucker (3.7) to graduation. Krueger is now playing at Ancilla College, while Tucker is playing at John Wood Community College. The standout for the Vikings is 6-0 senior front-liner Anne Secrest (16.7p, 8.2r, 1.8b). She was a Junior All-Star who committed to Youngstown State last year. Helping Secrest in the paint is 5-10 senior forward Hannah Dunn (6.7p, 3.6r) and 5-11 junior post Asia O’Connor (2.4p). Dunn committed to Anderson University this fall. On the outside the Vikings return veterans in 5-8 senior wing Meredith Brouyette (8.7p, 2.2r, 57-3’s) and 5-7 junior wing Addy Miller (8.2p, 2.4r, 55-3’s). Both are outstanding shooters. 5-6 sophomore guard Sophie Bussard (5.4p, 3.0r) is an athletic playmaker who returns. Newcomers include 5’4 senior point guard Kilee Slone, who had to sit out last season due to her transfer ruling. Talented 5-8 sophomore wing Emily Peterson should help as well, as she missed last season with an injury. Also look for junior Olivia Trippiedi and sophomore Sarah Tucker to add backcourt depth.
3.) Heritage Christian (26-4, state champs in 2015-2016)
Heritage Christian has had a dominant run in both Class 2A and Class 3A over the last 14 seasons. Over that span they have won 12 sectionals, nine regionals, they’ve been the Class 2A state runner-up once, and they’ve won six Class 2A State Titles and a Class 3A state title. Obviously they’re expected to be a favorite again this year, but they’ll have to do so without graduates Tyasha Harris and Darby Foresman. Taking on a much bigger load this year will be talented 5-11 junior guard Katlyn Gilbert (13.0p), who has already committed to the University of Notre Dame. Also back for the Eagles is 5-5 senior guard De’Shawna Harper, an Alabama A&M commit who sat out most of last year due to her transfer ruling, but she did return during the state tournament and averaged 15.0 ppg during that time. 5-9 senior forwards Hannah Williams (6.0p) and Sydney Buis (3.0p), plus senior guards Reyna Williams (2.0p) and Kendall Clark also return. One boost could come from Carmel transfer Madison Ferguson, a quick 5-5 sophomore point guard. She can create offense for others or score the ball herself.
4.) North Harrison (28-3, state runners-up in 2015-2016)
The North Harrison Cougars fell just six points short (51-45) of winning a Class 3A state title last year, losing to perennial power Heritage Christian. In her second stint as the coach at North Harrison, Missy Voyles has the program rolling again, and they welcome all comers this season as they look to head back to Banker’s Life Fieldhouse. Leading the way this time are 6-1 sophomore forward Lilly Hatton (12.4p, 7.6r, 4.7b) and 5-8 junior guard Cali Nolot (12.3p, 2.7r, 2.6a). Hatton has seen her college interest explode in the last six months, while Nolot was actually absent during the State Title Game due to an injury. With her back in the mix, the Lady Cats should again be a force in Southern Indiana. 5-6 guard Taylor Rennirt (7.4p, 2.7r, 2.9a), 5-5 guard Hallie Hinton (5.3p, 2.8r, 2.5a), 5-6 wing Stevi Burns (4.7p, 3.1r), 5-3 point guard Jessicka Chiquito (2.9p, 2.3a), and 5-10 front-liner Emma Nokes (2.3p) all return with quality varsity experience. All are juniors except for Burns, a senior. Depth can be addressed through a handful of different players, most notably senior Lexi Terrell, junior Shelby Kondovski, and sophomores Savana Rhodes and Madison Shelton.
5.) Greensburg (22-4, Sectional Champs in 2015-2016)
The Class of 2018 at Greensburg has been pretty stout for some time now, and Pirate fans have to be excited about this year’s team. After a 22-win season and a Sectional Title last season, a deeper run in the State Tournament is a definite possibility. The Pirates did graduate Taylor McIntosh (6.2p, 2.8r, 2.5a) and Maddi Hellmich (2.9p, 2.3r), but they return a great deal of depth and experience. The best of the bunch is 5-6 junior guard Kyra Whitaker (16.7p, 3.7r, 3.5a, 63-3’s). Whitaker is an athletic combo guard who can play either guard spot equally well. 5-5 junior guard Bailey Meyer (9.5p, 2.5r) is a tough-nosed, gritty kid who has good athleticism; as does her twin sister, 5-6 junior wing Ashlynn Meyer (4.9p, 2.4r). They are the daughters of Greensburg’s successful boys’ coach, Stacy Meyer. 5-9 junior forward Rheagen Day (5.8p, 3.6r) and 5-11 junior post Kiersten Lynette (4.1p, 4.7r) round out the junior returnees, while 5-11 senior post Claire Fleetwood (3.0p, 6.2r) adds a nice defensive presence. Seniors Samantha Cain and Sydney Meyer, and junior Cameron Jones work for bigger roles, while freshmen Micah Morrison and Aliyah Evans should get an early taste of varsity action this season.
6.) Fort Wayne Concordia (14-12, sectional champs in 2015-2016)
While the Cadets may not be an obvious choice at #6, they did play against one of the toughest schedules in Class 3A last season while starting two freshmen in the backcourt, and they managed to win yet another Sectional Title. In fact, over the last ten years Concordia has won seven Sectionals, three Regionals, and two State Titles. And while they did graduate Brooke Macke (3.6p, 2.5r) and Addison Gepfert (3.1p, 2.6r), they do return a majority of their statistical production. Back for their senior seasons, and creating a nice presence up front, are 5-11 forward Shania Kelly (16.1p, 10.0r, 1.9b) and 6-1 post Hannah Nack (2.9p, 3.8r). Kelly has already given a commitment to Walsh University. Also returning up front is 5-11 junior Libby Hetler (3.2p, 3.0r). In the backcourt Coach Miller has two potential Division-I recruits in 5-6 Carissa Garcia (10.5p, 4.0r, 2.6a) and 5-8 Sylare Starks (10.3p, 45-3’s), both just sophomores. Looking to add depth to the Cadets lineup are sophomore Hope Kanning and junior Paige Patterson, but 6-2 freshman Cleasia Craig could eventually be a difference-maker as well.
7.) Northwestern (14-9 in 2015-2016)
There has been a lot of talk about the young kids coming up through the Northwestern program the last couple of years, and now they have finally all arrived at the high school. Though young, the Tigers have as much depth, size, and talent as anyone in Class 3A. They did graduate stalwarts Brooke Treadway (12.1p, 10.0r), Whitney Zeck (7.9p, 44-3’s), and Michelle Hunkeler (3.6p, 4.4r), but strong freshmen and sophomore classes should help to make up for their departure. The leading returning scorers are 5-5 senior guards Brianna Hahn (12.5p, 3.6r) and Sophia Beachy (8.3p, 2.9r, 2.1a). 5-7 junior guard Sarah Vas (3.4p) also returns on the perimeter. 6-0 forward Stephanie Burns (6.7p, 6.8r) and 5-10 wing Taylor Boruff (3.1p, 2.1r) both got their feet wet last year as varsity freshmen, and both are already drawing college interest. This season look for wing Madison Layden and post Kendall Bostic, both 6-0 freshmen, to have an instant and major impact at the varsity level. Both are drawing Division-I interest because of their play this summer. Also looking to add to the Tigers’ success are senior Beza Townsend, juniors Morgan Mercer and Kora Loer, and sophomore Olivia Eddington.
8.) Vincennes Lincoln (21-6, sectional champs in 2015-2016)
The Alices have been a combined 40-12 over the last two seasons, but they’ve flown somewhat under the radar due to the success of neighboring Vincennes Rivet. Lincoln has a nice mixture of youth and experience, but they must fill the void left by graduated guard Jene’e Goodwin (17.8p, 2.5r), who is now playing at Indiana Wesleyan University. Also gone to graduation are Shelby Boger (4.6p, 5.0r) and Lauren Frederick (3.3p, 2.5r). Looking to step up and lead this season is 5-7 junior point guard Abi Haynes (11.6p, 3.6r, 4.5a), who is long, athletic, and sneaky good. 5-11 sophomore forward Allison Hein (8.0p, 4.6r, 2.2b) and 6-2 junior post Lindsey Sparks (4.6p, 3.4r) should provide a strong presence inside the arc, while twin 5-6 senior wings Haleigh (4.1p, 5.8r) and Lauren Hipsher (3.6p) can score it from the perimeter. 5-9 junior forward Chasity Trueblood (3.0p, 2.8r) and 5-4 senior guard Kacy Cramer (2.0p) also return for the Alices. Senior Kendall Jewel and junior Payton Sievers look to add depth.
9.) Crispus Attucks (17-5 in 2015-2016)
The Tigers of Crispus Attucks have become the hunted in girls’ basketball throughout the Indianapolis Public School system, winning 38 games the last two seasons. This year they are as deep, versatile, and athletic as they’ve ever been, though they did see Rodnikka McCormick (8.1p, 3.5r), Torri Brewer (3.7p), Aubrey Baker (3.0p, 2.9r, 2.4a), and Amber Stringer (2.2p) leave via the diploma. The success of the Tigers this season will likely revolve around their backcourt, as 5-6 senior Lauren Sheppard (11.8p, 3.0r, 2.1a), 5-4 junior Mikia Keith (10.5p, 2.6r, 5.0a, 4.7s), 5-5 senior Shay Harper (6.6p, 2.0r), and 5-9 junior Teague Brewer (6.8p, 4.0r) are all capable and aggressive perimeter scorers. In fact Keith has already earned multiple Division-I offers. If they can get consistent production up front out of 6-1 senior forward Chyna McMichal (9.8p, 5.5r, 3.2s), 6-2 post Charese Cook (4.2p, 2.4r), and 5-9 forward Erica Ballard (2.5p, 2.5r), they will be tough to beat. 5-6 junior guard Taylor Hall is another nice athlete in the mix, while juniors Kamani Alsum and Princess Davis, and sophomore Kiara Barnett seek an opportunity.
10.) John Glenn (18-8 in 2015-2016)
Last year saw the most losses the Falcons have suffered over the past four seasons, but it was also one of the toughest schedules they’ve played in a while. This year they look to continue their success, while trying to figure out a way to get past Saint Joseph in the Sectional. Glenn will do so minus the services of Ashley Burnett (5.7p, 2.3r) and Hayley Preston (4.7p, 5.7r) who both graduated, but they return explosive 5-4 senior point guard Kyannah Stull (13.6p, 4.3r, 3.4a, 3.8s) for one more run. Stull has already signed with Grace College. Another nice backcourt scorer is 5-8 junior wing Mariah Plunkett (11.0p, 3.3r). 5-8 senior wing Kelly Freehauf (4.3p, 4.0r), 5-8 junior forward Riley Groves (3.9p, 2.3r), and 5-5 sophomore guard Morgan Plunkett (2.3p) also earned valuable varsity minutes last season. Potential newcomers include senior Abbie Drzewiecki, juniors Delaney Patterson, Elizabeth Sarber, and Abby Schmidt, and sophomores Bethany Hayden, Dessa Lang, and Ryley Miller.
11.) Princeton (27-1 in 2015-2016)
Princeton could be a very tricky team to figure out this year, as for the first time in four years they are playing with a whole new identity. Gone is McDonald’s All-American, Miss Basketball, and all-everything Jackie Young (34.9p, 9.5r, 5.0a, 3.8s). She was obviously their heart and soul, but she is off playing at the University of Notre Dame now. Also gone for the Tigers are Hannah Brewer (4.5p, 5.1r, 3.7a) and Kiana Hardiman (2.3p). With those losses, several players will need to step up. 5-11 senior front-liner Brooke James (13.6p, 5.8r) looks like the top candidate to fill that void. She’s a physical, tough-nosed kid who can play around the basket or in the mid-post. Also back are 5-6 junior wing Kiare Young (6.8p) and 5-4 senior guard Kaycee Russell (2.4p). Look for 5-7 senior forward Easton Chandler, 5-8 junior forward Ava Little, and 5-8 sophomore forward Emma Ault to get a lot more opportunity on the floor. 5-5 guard Alyssa DeHosse and 5-9 forward Emma Satore could also see the floor early and often as freshmen.
12.) Rushville (10-13 in 2015-2016)
The Lions are a team who could sneak up on some people this year. They played a tough schedule last season, and they did so with two freshmen in the starting lineup. They did graduate Lilly Cramer (7.2p), Brooklyn Herbert (3.1p, 2.5r), and McKenzie Woolston (3.0p, 2.3r), but they return quite a bit of production and add some nice young talent as well. Leading the way for Rushville is 5-3 senior point guard Kaitlyn Howe (12.9p, 3.8r). She’s a quick little guard who can create offense for herself or others. The two youngsters who stepped up last year are 5-8 sophomore wing Allie Smith (9.3p, 5.0r) and 5-10 sophomore forward Taylor Browning (8.9p, 5.0r). Additional depth comes from 5-1 senior guard Kayla Fogg (4.9p, 4.4r) and 5-2 senior guard Alisha Markley. Look for 5-9 senior forward Brandi Adkins and 5-8 freshman Tori Campbell to also contribute immediately. Waiting in the wings are two additional freshmen who could see the floor this year. They are 5-7 Madi Turner and 6-2 Kourtney Ash.
13.) Fort Wayne Dwenger (14-8 in 2015-2016)
Last year the Bishop Dwenger Saints won their most games since the 2005-2006 season, and then they promptly graduated star wing Taya Andrews (23.4p, 6.9r) and guard Madison Ream (4.8p, 2.3r). Andrews is now playing at Division-II Roberts Wesleyan. But there is a lot of optimism for Dwenger to be even better this year, and it centers around the return of a pair of underclassmen. 5-11 junior forward Ellen Ross (10.8p, 8.2r) is a rugged and tough-nosed forward who can score inside or out, and she’s already earned a few Division-I offers. The other talented youngster is 5-2 sophomore point guard Jayda Smith (7.5p, 2.8r, 2.7a) who can make plays off the dribble. 6-2 senior post Josie Kolkman (5.3p, 5.1r, 2.0b), 5-9 senior wing Natalie Mowery (2.9p, 2.0r), and 5-8 junior forward Olivia Sterba (2.7p, 3.1r) also return to the lineup. Looking to add depth this season are senior forward Heather Nellum, junior wing Caitlyn Ryan, and junior guard Winnie O’Brien.
14.) Scottsburg (14-10 in 2015-2016)
It’s been nearly five years since the Warriors have won a Sectional Title, but if they can figure out a way to knock off North Harrison, this could be the year they get it done once again. Scottsburg is coached by Donna Cheatham, the state’s all-time winningest girls’ coach, and she is entering her 42nd year on the sidelines, her 30th year at Scottsburg. The Warriors did graduate a key cog in guard Taylor Means. She is now playing at NAIA IU-Kokomo. Scottsburg does return 5-9 do-everything senior forward Paige Barrett (16.8p, 10.0r). Barrett has already given a verbal commitment to play at Division-I Murray State University. Also back are 5-7 senior guard Emma Waskom and 5-8 senior forward Emilee Davidson. There is also a solid junior class that goes 5-strong and should definitely help fill the void left by Means. They are Katelynn Jennings, Leah Hunefeld, Alyssa Hall, Katie Horstman, and Shelby Sandlin.
15.) West Lafayette (21-4 in 2015-2016)
The Red Devils are typically a team who gets after it, while also playing with a great deal of discipline. This year shouldn’t be any different. West Lafayette did suffer some significant graduation losses in Maggie Wodicka (12.1p, 3.6r), Julia Bittner (9.3p, 3.6r), Abby Martin (8.4p, 2.7r), and Mary Kate Cartwright (2.1p, 3.2r). Wodicka is playing at Division-III Johns Hopkins. Returning, however, is talented 5-8 junior guard Kylie Martin (10.7p, 3.1r, 3.4a). She is a versatile kid who can handle or play off the ball, and she’s a nice athlete. Also back are 5-6 senior guard Madi Jacobs (6.1p, 5.4r), 5-11 senior forward Kaia Harris (6.0p, 6.3r), 5-10 junior forward Teagan Parker (3.3p, 2.5r), and 5-6 senior guard Allie Jin (3.2p). Juniors Sydney Williams and Riley Holloway, and sophomore Caroline Sautter have seen some varsity action already, but they look to contribute a lot more this season. Looking for their first opportunities are sophomores Emma Tate and Ashley Weatherly, while freshman Alaina Omonode looks to provide a boost to the frontcourt.
16.) Beech Grove (13-11 in 2015-2016)
The Hornets have won a mere five Sectional games since their Class 3A State Title back in 2003, but there is a lot of optimism heading into this season, as they played a lot of younger players one year ago. Leading the way are two talented sophomores in 5-9 point guard Cameron Cardenas (14.0p, 2.5r, 4.2a, 4.3s) and 6-0 inside-out forward Katherine Giller (15.4p, 9.3r, 2.5a, 1.9b). Both are receiving a great deal of college interest, and they’re trying to return Beech Grove to its prominence of the early 2000’s. The Hornets also return 6-0 junior post Mallory Storms (8.0p, 6.7r), senior McKiyla Kimbrough (2.0p, 2.1r), and junior Skyler McGregor. Beech Grove has good size, and they only add to it with 6-0 sophomore forward Bre Small. She’s looking to make an impact for the first time this season. Also looking to contribute are seniors Angelina Robison and Asia Clifton.
17.) Indian Creek (21-5, sectional champs in 2015-2016)
It seems like year after year Indian Creek is having to deal with the loss of a key player or two, and year after year they continue to bounce back and be successful. This season is no different, as they graduated talented wing Candace Danz (now playing at Marian University), 5-8 junior forward Lacie Tekulve transferred to Whiteland, and 5-10 junior forward Celina McElroy (8.0p) will miss much of the season due to a knee injury. However fans are still excited because a young and talented nucleus does return. This year the Braves will be led by 5-4 junior guard Addie Rund (9.4p), 5-11 sophomore forward Katie Burkman (9.2p), and 5-7 sophomore guard Caitlyn Snyder (6.5p, 3.2r). Also returning with quality varsity experience are 6-0 senior post Madelyn Gary (3.5p, 2.9r), 5-5 junior guard Makenzi Sizemore (3.0p), and 5-5 sophomore guard Stevye Gonzales (2.0p). The Braves could also find a significant role early this season for versatile 5-7 freshman wing Heather Maddox.
18.) Hamilton Heights (11-12 in 2015-2016)
Since their run to the State Finals in 2013, the Huskies have been snakebitten with injuries to key players each season. This year will start no differently, but there is enough young talent that they should be able to overcome and be a nice squad when some of those pieces return later this season. 6-3 senior Taylor Boyd has struggled with injuries and she, along with 5-4 junior Lexi Branham (5.6p, 2.9r, 3.5a), will miss a good portion of the season with knee injuries. The Huskies also graduated Bri Henson (4.4p, 2.6r). However 5-11 junior forward Kayla Kirtley (12.2p, 5.4r) returns to shoulder the load. She’s a skilled inside-out forward, and she’ll be joined in the lineup by 5-8 junior forward Ana Collar (8.9p, 7.3r, 3.7s), 5-8 senior wing Ashton Runner (6.7p, 4.9r), and 5-11 sophomore forward Sydney Griffey (4.5p, 5.2r). 5-10 senior forward AireAnna Stretch (3.3p) and 5-6 senior wing Audrie Catron (2.2p) bring additional experience, while 5-3 freshman Bayleigh Runner could eventually see some time.
19.) Western Boone (18-8 in 2015-2016)
Western Boone has had a nice run of success since the 2006-2007 season, but it seems like more times than not they run into a tough Lebanon team come state tournament time. With their biggest rival experiencing significant graduation losses, the Stars could become the favorite in Sectional 25 this year. Western Boone did graduate some key players themselves, as Rachel Ramey (13.2p, 5.5r), Taylor Vanderpool (7.3p, 2.5r, 3.2a), Julia Hole (6.1p, 5.4r), and Lexie Raby (3.2p, 2.8r) are all gone now. But returning is dynamic 5-7 sophomore guard Madison Jones (14.2p, 4.0r, 3.1a, 3.1s). She’s a passionate competitor who can score, distribute, and defend. Also back are 5-8 senior wing Callie Gubera (6.2p, 3.6r) and 5-6 senior guard Olivia Hole (5.9p). 5-7 senior forward Maddie Wright and 5-5 junior guard Alayna Raby, along with a quartet of freshmen, look to step up big this season.
20.) Cardinal Ritter (17-6 in 2015-2016)
Since coach Tom Downard took over at Cardinal Ritter four seasons ago, the Raiders have amassed a 71-24 record, but just one Sectional Title because of some strong Sectional fields. This year they look to regain that title, but they must do so without Taylor Speckman (15.8p, 4.6r, 3.2s), Julia Keesling (12.4p, 5.7r), and Megan Diagostino (3.0p, 6.7r), all gone due to graduation. Back however is crafty and versatile 5-7 senior point guard Abby Downard (14.5p, 3.0r, 4.8a, 3.3s). She is a competitive kid who has a tremendous IQ and feel for the game. She’ll be aided by 5-7 junior guard Maddie Briggeman (5.0p, 2.7r) and 5-5 junior wing Jenna Purichia (2.8p, 2.5r). Also look for 5-7 junior guard Mya Kiner (4.1p, 2.9r) to contribute. She’s a transfer from Terre Haute South. Senior guards Phoebe Schembre and Katie Waters add backcourt depth. Up front is where it could get a little dicey, as there isn’t much size or experience returning. Two junior forwards who should contribute are 5-8 Emma Eifert, and 5-10 Perry Meridian transfer Faith Smith.
15 More Teams in Class 3A to Keep an Eye on This Season
Andrean, Benton Central, Charlestown, Evansville Memorial, Fort Wayne Canterbury, Gary Lighthouse CPA, Indianapolis Chatard, Lebanon, Leo, Marion, Mishawaka Marian, NorthWood, South Bend Washington, Southridge, Washington
Player Spotlight: 50 Prospects Who Stand Out in Class 3A:
Paige Barrett, 2017, 5-9 F, Scottsburg, Committed to Murray State
Tayra Breitbach, 2017, 6-0 F, Bishop Chatard
Meredith Brouyette, 2017, 5-8 W, Tippecanoe Valley
Cameron Cardenas, 2018, 5-9 G, Beech Grove
Ariyanna Carroll, 2018, 5-11 F, Brebeuf Jesuit
Cassidy Crawford, 2019, 5-11 W, Tipton
Abby Downard, 2017, 5-7 G, Cardinal Ritter
Erika Foy, 2018, 5-10 F, Mississinewa
Carissa Garcia, 2019, 5-6 G, Fort Wayne Concordia
Katlyn Gilbert, 2018, 5-11 G, Heritage Christian, Committed to Notre Dame
Katie Giller, 2018, 6-0 F, Beech Grove
Brianna Hahn, 2017, 5-6 G, Northwestern
DéShawna Harper, 2017, 5-5 G, Heritage Christian, Committed to Alabama A&M
Brianna Harvey, 2018, 5-9 W, Charlestown
Lilly Hatton, 2019, 6-1 F, North Harrison
Abi Haynes, 2018, 5-7 G, Vincennes Lincoln
Abbie Heischman, 2017, 5-9 G, Leo, Committed to Kentucky Wesleyan
Erika Hendrixson, 2018, 5-11 F, Pike Central
Kaitlyn Howe, 2017, 5-3 G, Rushville
Grace Hunter, 2019, 5-8 G, Belmont
Brooke James, 2017, 5-11 C, Princeton
Madison Jones, 2019, 5-7 G, Western Boone
Mikia Keith, 2018, 5-4 G, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks
Shania Kelly, 2017, 5-11 F, Fort Wayne Concordia, Committed to Walsh
Kayla Kirtley, 2018, 5-11 F, Hamilton Heights
Nicole Konieczny, 2017, 5-8 G, South Bend Saint Joseph, Committed to Valparaiso
Madison Layden, 2020, 6-0 W, Northwestern
Kylie Martin, 2018, 5-8 G, West Lafayette
Brooke Montgomery, 2017, 5-6 G, Lebanon, Committed to Indianapolis for softball
Cali Nolot, 2018, 5-8 G, North Harrison
Abby O’Connor. 2017, 5-11 F, South Bend Saint Joseph
Stacy Payton, 2017, 5-11 W, Northview, Committed to Ball State for softball
Talia Roldán, 2017, 6-2 C, Andrean, Committed to Grand Canyon
Ellen Ross, 2018, 5-11 F, Fort Wayne Bishop Dwenger
Anne Secrest, 2017, 6-0 F, Tippecanoe Valley, Committed to Youngstown State
Lauren Sheppard, 5-6 G, Indianapolis Crispus Attucks
Daijah Smith, 2018, 5-10 W, Gary Lighthouse CPA
Sylare Starks, 2019, 5-7 G, Fort Wayne Concordia
Kyannah Stull, 2017, 5-4 G, John Glenn, Committed to Grace
Victoria Styers, 2017, 5-7 G, Culver Academy
Daly Sullivan, 2017, 5-8 G, South Bend Saint Joseph
Keegan Sullivan, 2020, 5-11 W, South Bend Saint Joseph
Taitlyn Trenshaw, 2017, 5-1 G, NorthWood, Committed to IU-South Bend
Meghan Urbanski, 2018, 5-6 G, Mishawaka Marian
Mason VanHouten, 2017, 5-8 G, Fort Wayne Canterbury, Committed to Cal State-Fullerton
Raegan Walther, 2017, 5-8 G, Kankakee Valley
Kaylie Warble, 2017, 6-1 C, West Noble
Lyric Ward, 2018, 5-7 W, Gary Lighthouse CPA
Hattie Westerfeld, 2019, 6-2 C, Batesville
Kyra Whitaker, 2018, 5-6 G, Greensburg