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November 2011

The Wolverine: Covering University of Michigan Football and Sports

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2011-12 basketball preview you���re going to see her on the court. She could play a perimeter spot but will most likely play the four spot for us this year.��� Honors & Awards: None. Career Stats Year MIN PTSREB BLK STL 2009-10 29.3 9.2 4.9 13 40 Career 29.3 9.2 4.9 13 40 * Played 2009-10 season with Vermont and sat out 2010-11 season as required by NCAA transfer rules ������ Freshman G ��� Aquashia Anderson 5-8 Meridian, Miss. Assistant coach Dawn Plitzuweit: ���Aquashia is a point guard for us out of Mississippi that is recovering from a knee injury right now that she suffered in the spring of her senior year. I think her best days are yet to come, and she has done a great job in rehab and in working with our strength and conditioning coaches, and certainly with our trainers, and is way ahead of the game in rehab.��� Honors & Awards: Started every game of her career for Meridian High School and averaged 15.1 points, 3.3 assists and 3.4 rebounds her senior year ��� Named team MVP, all-district and all-state first team, Mississippi Dandy Dozen and was selected to the Mississippi vs. Alabama All Star Team in 2011. G ��� Nicole Elmblad 6-1 St. Ignace, Mich. Assistant coach Dawn Plitzuweit: ���Nicole Elmblad is a kid that is just a winner. She is a lefty that gets to the free throw line a lot. A freshman for us, I think that she has been very well-coached and I think she has a pretty good chance at contributing early in her career.��� Honors & Awards: Averaged 20.2 points, 9.5 rebounds, 4.7 assists and 4.3 steals for her career, and was valedictorian at LaSalle School ��� Earned Upper Peninsula, The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press Dream Team honors, and was voted the Associated Press Class C Player of the Year, Upper Peninsula Player of the Year and Michigan Miss Basketball runner-up in 2011. F ��� Cyesha Goree 6-3 Grand Rapids, Mich. Assistant coach Dawn Plitzuweit: ���Cyesha is a really great kid who works her tail off. She is really a post kid but can step out and shoot it.��� Honors & Awards: Won two varsity letters at Rogers High School (2007-09), where she averaged 12.3 points and 10.3 rebounds her sophomore season, and was a two-time letter winner at Wyoming Park High School (2010-11), where she averaged 16.9 points, 13.7 rebounds and 3.8 blocks in two seasons ��� Named to the Grand Rapids Press All-Area Dream Team and all-state first team in her junior and senior seasons. G ��� Brenae Harris 5-10 Marion, Ohio. Assistant coach Dawn Plitzuweit: ���Brenae Harris is a freshman that I think has the potential to be a very good guard in this league with her speed and her understanding of the game. We look forward to getting her on the court early in her career, and hopefully she can contribute and be a good player for us.��� Honors & Awards: Averaged 21.9 points per game her senior season at Marion Harding High School ��� Was named to the All-Greater Buckeye Conference Team four times, was selected conference MVP three times, and received the Northwest District Player of the Year honors twice. ��� FREE Updates On Michigan Football! Follow Michigan Football In The Wolverine Now, The Twice-Weekly E-Newsletter For Subscribers To The Wolverine ��� Game Report Packages on Sundays ��� Updated Scouting Reports on Wednesdays ��� Quotes From Press Conferences ��� Football Notes ��� Cumulative Statistics ��� Columns, Recruiting Updates, and Much More! ��� Can be viewed on your computer or iPad, or printed out to read later. What is the Wolverine noW? This online publication is INCLUDED with your subscription to The Wolverine! The Wolverine Now is posted on on Sundays (game reports) and Wednesdays (game previews) throughout the football season to deliver you time-sensitive information in a timely manner! iPa dR ead y! To receive email notifications, please send an email to: or call 1-800-421-7751 November 2011��� ������ the wolverine��� 81

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