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Lady Roadrunners Sign Three More Student Athletes for 2012-2013
Wednesday, May 16, 2012

 

 

Lady Roadrunners Sign Three More Student Athletes for 2012-2013
 
The State Fair Community College Lady Roadrunners have announced the addition of three student athletes who will join the program next season.
 
Lawre’ll Dobbins
6-0 Forward
North Highlands, Calif. Foothill High School
 
Dobbins averaged 20 points and 15 rebounds per game during her senior campaign at Foothill High School while playing for head coach Glasco Cameron. Dobbins earned most valuable player honors all four years of high school. She is a two-time recipient of the best offensive player award for her team and a two-time recipient of the best defensive player award for her team. She earned all-conference honors twice in the Capital Valley Conference during her freshman and sophomore seasons. She earned All Pioneer Valley honors as a junior and senior.
 
Dobbins, a true student athlete, has earned honor roll designation for two years. She will major in international business at SFCC.
 
“The first thing I looked at was the environment,” said Dobbins. “The class sizes were also important, as well as the basketball program.”
 
“Lawre’ll is a very athletic young lady,” said Head Coach Kevin Bucher. “She runs several events in track and field. She has nice size and can catch the ball in the post and score.”
 
 
Tiana Jones
6-2 Forward
Atlanta, Ga. Lakeside High School
 
Jones averaged 12 points, eight rebounds, and six blocked shots during her senior campaign. She played for head coach Angela Thompson.
 
Jones received numerous awards throughout her high school career at Lakeside including the best defensive player award, most improved player, and best all-around player. She received the player of the month award as well as the Viking Award, which is given to the outstanding senior on the team. She also received the captain’s honor for two years.
 
‘I’m looking for a good education and a family oriented school,” said Jones. “I want to have the full college experience.”
 
 “Tiana is a very athletic forward,” said Bucher. “She can run the floor and be out on the press. She can also rebound and block shots. We are very pleased to have her here.”
 
Jones will major in biology with a minor in chemistry at SFCC.
 
 
 
Apiphany Woods
5-11 Guard/ Forward
Chicago, Ill. John Marshall High School
 
Woods averaged 16 points, nine rebounds, three assists, and two steals in her senior year at John Marshall High School while playing for head coach Dorothy Gaters.
 
She earned Most Valuable Player honors and was named to the All Chicago first-team. Woods also participated in the All Chicago All-Star Game.
 
“I am looking for a competitive girls’ basketball team,” said Woods. “I’m also looking for a school with good teachers that don’t take it easy on you because you are a student athlete.”
 
Woods will major in international business at SFCC.
 
“Apiphany is a competitor,” said Bucher. “She is very well coached, very aggressive. She can score inside and outside. I think she will really have a great career here at SFCC.”
 
 
David Rohrbach
SFCC Athletics Department
NJCAA

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