Salt has been thrown on the wound. Former Wildcat forward Batouly Camara has committed to play for UCONN, according to the New Haven Register.
During her freshman season, Camara averaged 5.1 points and 4.3 rebounds in 18.3 minutes per game. That might not seem like much, but don’t be fooled; Camara exponentially improved throughout the season, finishing the final 13 games as a 6’2″ starter at power forward.
In related news, former assistant Tamika Williams-Jeter has found a new job as an assistant coach at Penn State.
Losing players hurts. Losing a half dozen players hurts even more. Losing one that’s good enough to play for UCONN…OUCH.