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Lady Roadrunners Sign Three Student Athletes for 2012-2013
Tuesday, May 08, 2012
 
Lady Roadrunners Sign Three Student Athletes for 2012-2013
 

The Lady Roadrunners have signed three student athletes for the 2012-2013 season. 

Sannayyiah Johnson
5-9 guard
Rockford, Ill. ­– Auburn High School
 
Johnson averaged 21.4 points, eight rebounds, 3.9 steals, and three assists per game. She led the Northern Illinois Conference 10 in scoring last season, earning first-team all-conference honors while playing for Head Coach Xavier Hoover.
 
Johnson was named team MVP and the best defensive player on the team last season. She was named to the all-tournament teams at the Edwardsville and Mundelein holiday classics. Johnson played in the Rising Stars Classic and also was selected for the Rock River Valley Senior Classic.
 
“I want to go to a school with a good nursing program and a good basketball team,” said Johnson. “Nothing else really matters.”
 
Head Coach Kevin Bucher said Johnson plays hard.
 

“She wants to perform at a high level,” said Bucher. “She can play point guard or be more of a combo guard. Sannayyiah brings really good size and quickness to the point guard position.”

Asia Mosley
5-11 forward
Racine, Wis. – Case High School
 
Mosley averaged 15 points and 7.5 rebounds at Case High School while playing for Head Coach Willie Maryland and Assistant Coach Thomas Anderson. She also contributed three assists and two steals per contest her senior year.
 
Mosley earned first-team all-conference honors and fourth-team Associated Press All-State honors. She was selected as the Southeastern Conference player of the year and earned first-team all-county honors. She was named a Top 20 player in Wisconsin and a Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-Star.
 
Mosley plans to major in journalism at SFCC.
 
“I want to have fun,” said Mosley. “I want to work hard and play at the next level.”
 
“Asia is a physical forward and very strong” said Bucher. “She is a crafty player who can score in the paint. She can rebound and also run the floor.”

  

Adella Randle-El
5-8 guard
Racine, Wis. – Case High School
 
Randle-El averaged 14 points and six rebounds per contest while playing for Head Coach Willie Maryland and Assistant Coach Thomas Anderson at Case High School.
 
She also earned first-team all-conference and honorable mention all-state honors and finished as a runner-up for Southeastern Conference Player of the Year and second-team all-county honors. She was recognized as a Top 25 player in Wisconsin and a Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-Star. Randle-El plans to major in business and sports management at SFCC.
 
“I’m looking for a supportive family atmosphere and a home away from home,” said Randle-El. “I also want to have fun and experience new things.”
 
“She is another point guard who can also be a combo guard, and she’s athletic and quick,” said Bucher. “She also can pass, rebound and score. Adella was recruited by quite a few Division I schools, so they see her potential. She can do multiple things on the court.”
 
David Rohrbach
SFCC Athletics Department
 
 
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