2019 NCAA Women’s Tournament: 29 former Washington high school girls basketball stars competing in March Madness

The state of Washington is well represented in the 2019 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament with 29 former high school players participating in March Madness.

From Stanford freshmen twins Lacie and Lexie Hull to Gonzaga senior Zykera Rice, here’s a list of former Washington high school girls basketball players to root for in the NCAA Tournament. If we missed anyone, please let us know in the comments.

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Former Washington girls basketball stars in 2019 NCAA Tournament

ARIZONA STATE SUN DEVILS (No. 5 seed)

(ASU Athletics photo)

Jamie Loera, 5-9 freshman guard (Moses Lake)

BOISE STATE BRONCOS (No. 13 seed)

(Boise State Athletics photo)

Jayde Christopher, 5-8 junior guard (Cleveland)

(Boise State Athletics photo)

Joyce Harrell, 6-0 senior forward (Cleveland)

(Chiawana High School photo)

Braydey Hodgins, 5-8 junior guard (Chiawana)

(Boise State Athletics photo)

Jade Loville, 5-10 freshman guard (Skyline)

(Boise State Athletics photo)

Riley Lupfer, 5-9 junior guard (Lewis and Clark)

(Boise State Athletics photo)

Marijke Vanderschaaf, 6-3 senior center (Eastlake)

(Boise State Athletics photo)

Ellie Woerner, 6-0 junior guard (Eastlake)

BYU COUGARS (No. 7 seed)

Paisley Johnson, 6-0 sophomore guard (Glacier Peak)

GONZAGA BULLDOGS (No. 5 seed)

(Gonzaga Athletics photo)

Kylee Griffen, 6-2 freshman guard (Lake Stevens)

(Gonzaga Athletics photo)

Jessie Loera, 5-6 junior guard (Moses Lake)

(Photo by Libby Kamrowski / The Spokesman-Review)

Zykera Rice, 6-1 senior forward (Clover Park)

(Photo by Mike Wootton / Gonzaga Athletics)

Chandler Smith, 6-0 senior guard (Brewster)

(Photo by Mike Wootton / Gonzaga Athletics)

Laura Stockton, 5-8 senior guard (Gonzaga Prep)*

(WIAA photo)

Jill Townsend, 5-11 sophomore guard (Okanogan)

MISSISSIPPI STATE BULLDOGS (No. 1 seed)

Promise Taylor, 6-5 sophomore center (Sammamish)

OREGON DUCKS (No. 2 seed)

(Oregon Athletics photo)

Oti Gildon, 6-1 senior forward (Gonzaga Prep)

(Oregon Athletics photo)

Lydia Giomi, 6-6 sophomore forward (West Seattle)

OREGON STATE BEAVERS (No. 4 seed)

(Oregon State Athletics photo)

Taya Corosdale, 6-3 sophomore forward (Bothell)

(Oregon State Athletics photo)

Mikayla Pivec, 5-10 junior guard (Lynnwood)

PORTLAND STATE VIKINGS (No. 15 seed)

(Portland State Athletics photo)

Labrea Denson, 5-3 sophomore guard (Chief Sealth)

(Portland State Athletics photo)

Sidney Rielly, 6-0 senior guard (Everett)

(Portland State Athletics photo)

Tatiana Streun, 6-0 junior forward (Bellevue)

STANFORD CARDINAL (No. 2 seed)

Lacie (24) and Lexie Hull (10) in a Central Valley game in 2017. (Photo by Dan Pelle/The Spokesman-Review)

Lacie Hull, 6-1 freshman forward (Central Valley)

Lexie Hull, 6-0 freshman forward (Central Valley)

(Photo by Don Borin)

Anna Wilson, 5-9 junior guard (Bellevue)

UC DAVIS AGGIES (No. 15 seed)

Kourtney Eaton, left, and her twin sister Karley. (Photo by Davis Enterprise)

Karley Eaton, 5-9 senior forward (Mark Morris)

Kourtney Eaton, 5-9 senior guard (Mark Morris)

(UC Davis Athletics photo)

Cierra McKeown, 5-9 junior guard (Touchet, Walla Walla Community College)

*Injured

https://washington.scorebooklive.com/2019/03/18/2019-ncaa-tournament-17-former-washington-high-school-stars-competing-in-march-madness/




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