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Four Aztec women's basketball players find 4-year college homes

  • Raja Moreno-Ross, an NJCAA First Team All-American, signed her national letter of intent to play at the University of Hawai'i.
    Pima Community CollegeRaja Moreno-Ross, an NJCAA First Team All-American, signed her national letter of intent to play at the University of Hawai'i.
  • Alicia Jones, who averaged almost 14 points and six rebounds per game, signed to Florida A&M.
    Pima Community CollegeAlicia Jones, who averaged almost 14 points and six rebounds per game, signed to Florida A&M.
  • Shayna Porter-Banks, who came off the bench most of the season and averaged 12 minutes per game, signed with Northern New Mexico University.
    Pima Community CollegeShayna Porter-Banks, who came off the bench most of the season and averaged 12 minutes per game, signed with Northern New Mexico University.
  • Rachel Williams, a key component off the bench who averaged 17 minutes and seven points per game, verbally committed to play at Iowa Wesleyan College.
    Pima Community CollegeRachel Williams, a key component off the bench who averaged 17 minutes and seven points per game, verbally committed to play at Iowa Wesleyan College.

Four players on the Pima Community College women’s basketball team will continue their educations and basketball careers out of state.

Raja Moreno-Ross (Tucson Magnet HS), an NJCAA First-Team All-American, signed a letter of intent to play at the University of Hawai’i in Hilo, Hawaii.

Alicia Jones (Palo Verde HS), who averaged almost 14 points and six rebounds per game, signed a national letter of intent to play at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Fla.

Shayna Porter-Banks, a key component off the bench who averaged 12 minutes per game, signed with Northern New Mexico University in Espanola, N.M.

Rachel Williams (Cesar Chavez HS), another key bench player who averaged 17 minutes and seven points per game, verbally committed to Iowa Wesleyan College in Mount Pleasant, Iowa.

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