Kaitlyn Stovall will join the Liberty women's basketball team for the 2015-16 season.
Liberty Women's Basketball Head Coach Carey Green announced that Kaitlyn Stovall has signed a national letter of intent to attend Liberty University for the 2015-16 academic year.
Stovall is a 6-3 post player from Hopewell, Va. She was home schooled and played high school basketball at TPLS Christian Academy in the Richmond area.
Stovall joins Brooke Alexander (G/F, 6-0, Frisco, Texas), Keturah "KK" Barbour (F, 6-0, Charlottesville, Va.), Stephanie Patton (G, 5-9, Hayesville, N.C.) and Molly Reagan (F/C, 6-2, Braintree, Mass.) as members of the Lady Flames' 2015-16 freshman class.
Kaitlyn Stovall (F/C, 6-3, Hopewell, Va.) A gifted rebounder and shot blocker, Stovall filled up the stat sheet during her four years of high school basketball, totaling 794 points, 1,055 rebounds, 523 blocked shots, 137 assists and 157 steals.
She was part of a successful BWSL Richmond AAU program, which won the national title during Stovall's ninth-grade year and was the national runner-up the following year. BWSL Richmond also captured titles at the USJN and Battle in the Boro tournaments and was a six-time AAU state champion while Stovall was on the team.
Stovall stated, "Liberty is a great fit for me. I couldn't be more excited about joining the Flames Nation!"
What They're Saying about Kaitlyn Stovall "Kaitlyn is an investment for the future. She has attributes that can be an asset to our current program. However, we truly believe that her potential will be reached as she continues to invest in the development of strength and fundamentals of the game. She has a high IQ and enthusiasm, which is accompanied by a great shooting touch, which will propel her to future success. We are excited to have her join a seasoned, experienced team that can assist her with quicker growth within our program. She will have the opportunity to work and compete with senior post players Katelyn Adams, Catherine Kearney and Ashley Rininger on a daily basis. These challenges will certainly accelerate her development. We are excited to welcome her as she begins her journey as a Liberty Flame this summer and fall. We believe this is the best opportunity she could have to grow in the game of basketball." Carey Green, Liberty Head Women's Basketball Coach
"I met and began training Kaitlyn Stovall when she was 13 years old. She began playing for me her sophomore year in high school. In the five years that I have known her, she has grown into an amazing Christian young woman and an extremely talented basketball player who can shoot from deep and post up down low. She has always worked extremely hard and listened to everything I have told her. As a three-year captain, her leadership has meant a great deal to this program and will be dearly missed. However, I couldn't be more proud and excited to see her step onto the court at Liberty University for Coach Green." Mike Davis, Varsity Girls' Basketball Coach at TPLS Christian Academy
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