Pitt Women's Basketball

All eyes will be on Bilal Coulibaly to see if he earns a berth in the Olympic Games as training camp draws near and the roster gets closer to 19 players. There is a tangible sense of excitement around this young, gifted youngster, drawing in coaches, players, and fans alike as they see him develop on such a big platform.

Jenkins, the 2022 Miss Basketball from Anderson County High School in Kentucky, has committed to the Wildcats, bringing with her extraordinary talent as the class’ No. 94 overall prospect.

Since Sacred Heart’s Erin Toller, who was ranked No. 91 in the class of 2020, committed to the University of Kentucky, this four-star recruit has not only impressed with her skills but also gained the distinction of being the highest-ranked in-state player.

With Jenkins’ choice, the UK has achieved a noteworthy milestone and can look forward to an intriguing addition to their squad and a bright future for Kentucky basketball.

Jenkins Acquires Miles at Pitt: UK’s Up-and-Coming Talent Joins Panthers

Jenkins will be attending Pitt alongside Brooklynn Miles, a fellow UK transfer, and the 2021 Miss Kentucky Basketball. Miles committed to the Panthers on April 20. Pitt is adding intriguing players to its roster despite its difficult season, in which it finished 14th in the ACC with an 8-24 record.

They have added guard Audrey Biggs from Boyd County, who graduated from high school in 2024, to the roster, making three Kentuckians total. Cassidy Rowe, a rising junior guard from Kentucky, will be the only Kentuckian on the UK squad for 2024–25.

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In addition to transfers Georgia Amoore and Clara Strack from Virginia Tech, Teonni Key from North Carolina, Dazia Lawrence from Charlotte, and Jordan Obi from Penn, the Wildcats’ 2024–25 roster is led by returners Rowe and Saniah Tyler.

Amelia Hassett from Eastern Florida State College, foreign star Clara Silva, and exceptional Lexi Blue (ranked No. 40) from Lake Highland Prep comprise the intriguing class of 2024 recruits. Prior to joining Virginia Tech, all three had committed to coach Kenny Brooks.

Furthermore, Chattanooga, Tennessee’s Tanah Becker, who was previously committed to former coach Kyra Elzy, has signed with Brooks.

 

 

 

 

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