2015’s committed where?

Its been a bumper year for early commitments in the 2015 class.  European players are slowly catching pace with the early recruiting process, that their American counterparts are well accustomed to, this is reflected this year in a huge increase in early commits and there are still plenty to follow to close out this very talented 2015 class.

All of the players listed below featured as part of the full Blue Star Europe report. Players listed by school

Elina Koskimies 5’9 Combo Guard (Finland) American

Elina Koskimies

Elizabeth Nørregaard 5’7 Guard ( Denmark) Appalachian state 

  
Mirte Scheper 6’3 post (Netherlands) Buffalo

Monika Buczak 5’7 SG (Poland) Cal State Dominguez Hills 

 Sarah Run Hinriksdóttir 5’9 Guard (Iceland) Canisius

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Becky Taylor 6’2 Post ( England) Casper College

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Laia Raventos 5’8 PG (Spain) Charlotte

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Samantha Clement 5’6 SG (England) Cornell

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Madeline Dennis 6’1 Power Forward (Australia) Dayton

Madeline Dennis

Eniko Kutor 6’2 Forward (Hungary) Duquesne

Enikő Kuttor

Juca Vojinovic 5’6 Guard (Serbia) Duqunese

Kadri-Ann Lass 6’2 Power Forward (Estonia) Duquesne

Kadri

Eline Maesschalck 5’9 SF (Belgium) Drexel


Tereza Kracíková 6’2 Center (Czech Republic) Drexel

Tereza Kracikova

Angela Salvadores 5’8 PG (Spain) Duke

Angela Salvadores

Eleanna Christinaki Combo Guard ) Greece ) Florida 

  Kate Kreslina 6′ Guard (Latvia) Fordham

 Maria Conde 6’1 Small Forward (Spain) FSU

Maria Conde
Anja Fuchs Robetin 6’1 Forward (Austria) Florida Southern

  
Evelyn Adebayo 6′ Forward (England) Gardner Webb


Anemone Scheel 6’1 Forward (Denmark) LaSalle

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Jess Davies 6’1 Forward (England) Lipscomb

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Aida Santana 6′ Forward (Spain) Maine

Aida Santana

(photo credit )

Ines Mata 6’1  Forward (Spain) Marquette

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Olivia Moskari 5’8 SG (Finland) Marquette

Stephanie Foukaris 6’1 Forward (Cyprus) UMass

Stephanie Foukaris

Milena Bagic 6′ Forward (Montenegro) Memphis

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Laura Cornelius 5’9 PG (Netherlands) Miami

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Emese Hof 6’2 Center (Netherlands) Miami

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Inja Butina 5’8 PG (Croatia) Morehead State

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Parris Wilkinson 5’8 Guard (England) Newman

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Carolina Bernardeco 5’7 PG (Portugal) Old Dominion

Carolina Bernardeco

 

Cece Muhate Pena 6’1 Forward (Spain) Ole Miss

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Maria Martianez Vendrell 6’2 Power Forward (Spain) Oral Roberts

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Maite Carzola 5’10 Guard (Spain) Oregan

Maite-Cazorla

Edel Thorton SG 5’8 (Ireland) Quinnipiac

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Paula Strautmane 6’2 Post (Latvia) Quinnipiac

Paula Strautmane

Tuuli Menna 5’11 Forward (Finland) Richmond

Tuuli Menna

Biki Karambasta 6’1 forward (Greece ) Robert Morris 

  
Cleo Polyzou 5’11 Wing (Greece) Sacred Heart

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Karolina Sereova 6′ Forward (Czech Republc) Siena

Karolína Severová

Ida Anderson 5’8 Guard (Sweden) Stetson

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Kitija Laksa 6′ Guard (Latvia) USF

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Maria Kostourkova 6’3 Post (Portugal) WSU

Maria Kostourkova

Dora Goles 5’6 PG (Croatia) Young Harris

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Sara Jörgensen 5’6 Gaurd (Sweden) Young Harris


There are still players open! (and announcements coming over next few days of players who are keeping their commitment quiet for now, or waiting on SAT score in May) – NCAA coaches looking to complete their 2015 class contact me asap – The 2016 & 2017 Class is equally talented! If your are not subscribed to the BSE Report and would like information I look forward to talking to you.

Dan Bowmaker

Following Players were part of the general scouting report from FIBA competitions that have also made commitments

Ninni Slami 6’2 Guard (Finland) San Fransisco

Borislava Hristova 5’10 Guard (Bulgaria) WSU

Chelsea Guimarães 6’2 Post (Portugal) Georgia Tech

Amanda Kantzy 6’1 PF (Sweden) Colorado State

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