April 16, 2014
FORT COLLINS, Colo. - Finalizing a busy Wednesday of additions to the Colorado State women's basketball program, Head Coach Ryun Williams announced one more in Keyora Wharry to the Rams' roster for next season.
A 5-10 forward from Edison High School, Wharry joins CSU from Fresno City Community College, where she led the Rams to a 59-8 record and two conference championships over the past two seasons. While there, she set the school's all-time scoring and rebounding record with 1,221 points and 733 boards, respectively.
This season Wharry was named the NorCal and CVC Player of the Year, and she earned All-Central Valley Conference honors. She averaged a spectacular 24.4 points and 13.3 rebounds per game, compiling 25 double-doubles in 33 games this year.
"Keyora Wharry is an amazing talent and a big-time double-double machine," commented Williams. "She is a young lady that is ready to compete at the highest level. She played for an outstanding program and a great coach at Fresno City. This young lady has been taught to compete in everything she does. The fact that she has won nearly 60 games in two years shows all the winning attributes she can bring to the court. Her scoring and rebounding ability will be evident the first time you see her on the court in a Rams' uniform."
The Fresno native initially signed with New Mexico State, but she was sidelined after just two games with the Aggies because of a knee injury during the 2011-12 season.
Wharry, along with the announcement of Jamie Patrick and Hannah Tvrdy earlier today, brings the total number of 2014-15 roster signees to five.
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