Mater Dei basketball standout Brooke Demetre found her perfect university.
The Register’s reigning gamer of the year has devoted to Pac-12 competitor Stanford, the junior-to-be revealed on Instagram on Wednesday night.
“I really felt the college was the ideal suitable for me,” Demetre claimed of Stanford. “The training team is excellent. The academics are extraordinary and also I enjoy the group. I already have buddies on the group.”
Demetre, a 6-foot-2 forward, made an unofficial recruiting trip to Stanford earlier this month and also dedicated Tuesday.
Last period, she averaged 14.6 points, 6.6 rebound and also 3.3 helps to help the Monarchs defend their Trinity League title and reach the CIF-SS and CIF State Open Department playoffs.
Demetre balanced 19.3 points on 49 percent shooting from the flooring to help the Monarchs win 3 close games against competing Rosary, the eventual CIF State Division 1 champ.
“(She) was difference,” Mater Dei train Kevin Kiernan stated of Demetre. “I don’t think they can deal with Brooke.”
Demetre made Trinity Organization MVP as well as All-CIF-SS Open Department honors.
Stanford finished a narrow 2nd to Oregon last period in the Pac-12 however got to the Elite 8 in the NCAA event. The Cardinal shed to safeguarding NCAA champ Notre Dame, which ended up second in the competition to Baylor.
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