SFCC Adds Seven To Lady Roadrunners Basketball
New State Fair Community College (SFCC) Lady Roadrunners Basketball Head Coach Nicole Collier has announced the addition of seven student-athletes to the program for the upcoming season.
“This is going to be an exciting year filled with high expectations,” said Collier. “We have a solid core of returners from last year’s team and have added several new faces to the program who are proven winners, driven to be successful both on and off the court. I’m excited for their arrival to campus and can’t wait to get to work!"
Quincenia Jackson of Decatur, Illinois, is a 6’1’’ forward who played high school basketball at Macarthur High School. Jackson averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds as a senior and was named the Herald and Review Macon County Player of the Year three times. Jackson is the all-time leading scorer in program history finishing with 1,518 career points.
Autumn Wallace of Climax Springs, is a 5’11’’ forward who played her high school basketball at Climax Springs High. Wallace earned All-State honors as a senior averaging 24 points, 10 rebounds, and three steals per game. As a junior, she averaged 20.2 points and 10.4 rebounds per contest with 16 double-doubles, which included nine 20 point and 10 rebound games, a 20 point and 20 rebound game, and a 30 point and 20 rebound contest. Wallace scored 965 points and pulled down 554 rebounds combined, during her junior and senior years.
Semie Brar of Fresno, California, is a 5’6’’ guard who played her high school basketball at Chandler Park Academy in Detroit, Michigan. Brar averaged 13 points, five rebounds, and four steals per game her senior year.
Kali Snow of St. Louis, is a 6’0 post player who played at Northwest Academy High School for Head Coach Heather Creger. Snow averaged 13 points and 15 rebounds per contest as a senior. She earned First-Team All-Conference and First-Team All-District honors.
Kendra Johnson of Pocahontas, Arkansas, is a 5’9’’ guard/forward who played at Pocahontas High School in for Head Coach Harlan Davis. Johnson averaged 12 points and five rebounds as a senior. Johnson was a two-time Farm Bureau Insurance Player of the Week. She was also named First-Team All-Conference and Honorable Mention All-State.
Francisca Oppong of Ontario, Canada, is a 5’6’’ guard who played at Central Technical School in Ontario where she averaged 7.5 points, three rebounds, and two assists as a senior.
Kaylani Hoskin of Kansas City, is a 6’2’’ post player who played at Raytown High School for Head Coach Elyseia Dunn. Hoskin earned Second-Team All-Conference and First-Team All-District during her career.
All seven student-athletes have signed their National Letter of Intent and will begin their academic and athletic careers at SFCC in August.
--David Rohrbach, SFCC Athletics