Four members of the Southwest women’s basketball team have signed National Letters of Intent to continue their education and basketball careers at four-year universities.
- Krystal Riley, a 5’4” point guard from West Memphis, Arkansas, has signed with Western Carolina University. As a sophomore, Riley averaged 9.1 points and led the Lady Saluqis with 3.8 assists per game. She was also one of the team’s top three point shooters with 40 made. Her freshman year, Riley was named to the All-TCCAA Western Division team.
- Shantel Crout, a 5’7” guard from Cordova High School, has signed with Virginia State University. As a sophomore, Crout ranked second on the team with 10.5 points per game and 2.4 steals per game. Crout was named to the All-TCCAA Western Division team as a freshman.
- Keturah Martin, a 5’11” guard from East High School who played for Southwest from 2008-10, has signed with Florida A & M University. Martin averaged 8.2 points per game as a sophomore and led the Lady Saluqis with 3.1 assists per game. In addition, she led the team in assists, steals and free throw percentage as a freshman.
- JaLessia Davis, a 6’3” center from Ridgecrest, Louisiana, has signed with Southeastern Louisiana University. Davis led the Lady Saluqis with 1.8 blocked shots per game and was the second leading rebounder with 6.2 per game.
Photo caption: Krystal Riley, Shantel Crout, Keturah Martin and JaLessia Davis