Nebraska women's basketball to welcome three in Posted: Wed PM, Nov 13, The Nebraska women's basketball team will welcome three freshmen to its roster with the additions of Ruby Porter, Annika Stewart and Whitney Brown, Coach Amy Williams announced to open the fall signing period on Wednesday, Nov.
She completed her paperwork shortly after 7 a. One of the most talented players in Australia's class of , Porter was a member of the Australian U18 3x3 National Team that competed in the Youth Olympics in Argentina in October , before winning the Asia Cup in the summer of In April of , Porter averaged Stewart is expected to provide the Huskers with a versatile forward who brings a strong post game and the ability to shoot the three.
Stewart averaged She produced Wayzata was the No. After coming off the bench as an eighth grader, Stewart averaged She earned all-region and all-conference honors while helping Bishop Ryan to a record on the season.
She has totaled 1, points, rebounds, blocks and 80 three-pointers in her four high school seasons combined entering her senior year in Stewart chose Nebraska over Minnesota and Iowa because of the overall environment of the program.
I'm excited to be a Husker! The guard averaged She was a first-team Class B All-State selection by both papers.
Brown, who will be a four-time letterwinner in both basketball and volleyball at Grand Island Northwest, is also a two-time letterwinner in track. She helped the volleyball team to state tournament appearances in , and and is a two-time state qualifier in the 3,meter run.
An academic all-state selection in both basketball and volleyball, Brown is also the president of the student council and the president of the National Honor Society.