CLINTON, S.C. – The Presbyterian College women’s basketball program has signed Kendra Talley (Norcross, Ga.) to a National Letter of Intent, head coach Ronny Fisher announced on Friday.
“Kendra has known nothing but winning at the high school level,” Fisher said. “She has been part of three state championships while playing for Coach Jan Azar at Wesleyan School. Kendra has the ability to impact the game on both ends of the court with her athleticism and is physically ready to play right away. She continues to improve daily and her high school program has prepared her for the college game. I look forward to seeing her develop during her career at PC.”
Talley will round out the team’s signing Class of 2013, joining Aianna Kelly, Kaycie Reffner, Brooke Rhodes and Rebecca Walker.
Talley, a 5’ 9” guard, helped Wesleyan School in Norcross, Ga., to three straight Georgia High School Athletic Association state championships and an unblemished 3-0 marker so far this season. On Wednesday, Talley helped the Lady Wolves to the Roswell Infiniti Classic title by scoring 11 points and four rebounds in the championship game. Through the first two games of this season, Talley averaged 6.5 points per game.
The future Blue Hose will be the third Wesleyan player to sign with Presbyterian College, joining Dana Birnie (2001) and Anna Sheppard (2002).
PC will take on NC Central on Saturday afternoon in Durham, N.C.