Updated: Thursday, 15 Nov 2012, 7:12 PM EST
Published : Thursday, 15 Nov 2012, 7:12 PM EST
WARSAW, Ind. - Warsaw girls basketball senior Jennifer Walker-Crawford will continue playing basketball at Kentucky Wesleyan after signing a letter of intent on Thursday.
Walker-Crawford, a 5-11 standout for coach Michelle Harter’s Tigers, has started the season strong, leading Warsaw in scoring in both victories in a 2-0 start. Crawford’s season-high 21 points came in the victory over Huntington North.
Walker-Crawford broke into the starting lineup for the Tigers as a sophomore and helped lead Warsaw to an impressive 16-5 record a year ago. She averaged 7 points and over 6 rebounds per game last year as a junior.
While Walker-Crawford has demonstrated her skills on the court, she has also excelled in the classroom by earning an impressive 11.89 Cumulative GPA on a 12-point scale and is ranked 34 th in the class of 511 students.
Walker Crawford intends to major in Business Marketing at Kentucky Wesleyan, and she will compete for the panthers and co coaches Nicole and Caleb Nieman.
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