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November 10, 2011 at 5:50 PM

Seattle University announces three signings

SeattleU2.jpgNot to be outdone, Seattle University coach Joan Bonvicini announced three players signed early national letters of intent on Thursday. The class will be the first to be NCAA tournament eligible, should the Redhawks advance in 2012-13, playing its first season in the WAC.
Lefty Catherine “Cat” Perez headlines the group. She’s a 6-foot-1 wing who starts at Henry M. Gunn High in Palo Alto, Calif. Portland’s Taelor Ross is a 6-2 forward at Saint Mary’s Academy. Her mother won a NCAA championship at Cal Poly Pomona and her brother is Washington sophomore G Terrence Ross. Lastly, the local is Kristin Stoffel, a 6-foot wing at Jackson High. She’s among her league’s top-10 scorers.
Bonvicini expects to add more players during the spring signing period. SU opens its season on Friday against UC Santa Barbara at 7 p.m. at Connolly Center Look for my preview on the Redhawks’ season in Friday’s newspaper.

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