Four Citrus Women's Basketball standouts have signed on to Life Pacific College in San Dimas, California. Kyannie Brown, Kameron Seto, Diana Navarro and Keely Wall, all sophomore Owls, will attend the NAIA college in the fall.
All four signees matriculate after stellar careers at Citrus. Each were handed 1st Team All-Conference awards in the Western State Conference, and Brown, Navarro and Seto were all Scholar Baller honorees, having maintained a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Brown, who was the offensive centerpiece for the Owls in 2019 also garnered WSC Conference Player of the Year honors after leading the conference in most offensive categories. Brown averaged 17.4 points per game, 9.1 rebounds per game and blocked 38 shots on the year. Brown ends her Citrus career with 769 points scored, 427 rebounds and 52 blocked shots.
Seto, who performed point guard duties for the Owls, is a skilled ball handler with excellent court vision and decision making. Seto recorded 118 assists in 2019, along with 5.9 points per game after starting in all 29 contests this season. Seto ends her career at Citrus with 257 points, 163 assists and 46 steals.
Navarro, a lights out 3 point shooting weapon for Citrus with capable ball handling skills, averaged 13.5 points per game in 2019, draining 61 threes and averaging 30.8% from the arc. Navarro also shot well from the free throw line, sinking 82.1% of her attempts. The guard dished out 137 assists and 40 steals to round out her stat line. Navarro moves on from Citrus having scored 468 career points, 171 assists and 137 rebounds.
Wall, who was more than a pleasant surprise for the Owls in 2019, transformed herself in the offseason into one of the most effective role players in Southern California. Wall was an animal on the boards, averaging 12.1 per game. Wall was a very consistent shooter from the field, dropping 46.8% of her shots and averaging 9.3 points per game. At many points in 2019, Wall was averaging a double double, one of the few in the entire state to do so. Wall also posted 76 steals and 29 blocked shots on the year. The forward ends her career at Citrus with a whopping 464 rebounds for a career average of 8.3 per game, as well as 365 points and 113 steals.
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