Three Washington State women’s basketball signees have earned nominations as McDonald’s All-Americans.
Chanelle Molina, a 5-foot-9 guard from Kailua Kona, Hawaii, is a five-star recruit, according to ESPN.com, the No. 36 overall recruit for her class, and the 11th-best guard in the 2016 class.
Molina, plays at Konawaena High School, the same high school where current senior Dawnyelle Awa and former basketball student-athlete Lia Galdeira played at.
So far she has led the Wildcats to a 20-1 overall record. As a junior, Molina averaged 17.1 points, 8.8 rebounds, 7.1 assists, and 3.1 steals.
Kayla Washington, 6-0 forward from San Bernardino, Calif., is a four-year captain at Cajon High School.
During her junior season, Washington averaged 28.1 points and 16.1 rebounds per game while shooting 61 percent from the field and notched 40 points on four separate occasions.
Katie Campbell is a 6-0 guard from Oxnard, Calif. A four-time captain at Oaks Christian High School, she is a 3-point threat for the Lions, and made 77 shots from beyond the arc during her junior season. Last season, Campbell was the Marmonte League’s MVP and Ventura County Star Player of the Year.
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