Nov. 13, 2013
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- The Colorado State women's basketball program and Head Coach Ryun Williams announced that Myanne Hamm, a Fort Collins native, signed a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday, the first day of the early signing period.
"Myanne grew up wanting to be a Ram,” commented Head Coach Ryun Williams. “We are excited that her dream of playing at CSU is now a reality. Myanne is a very versatile basketball player with a really nice skill set. She can score a variety of ways and defend numerous positions.”
Hamm, who was named captain of the Impalas for both her junior and senior seasons, holds the field- goal percentage record at Poudre High School. She led her team to a 13-3 record and earned Co- Champions of the Front Range League in 2012-13.
Hamm received a number of awards at Poudre HS. She was named second-team all-state during her junior year, first-team all-conference during both her sophomore and junior years, and she earned all- conference second-team honors in her freshman year. Hamm also played against Colorado State's junior forward Kara Spotton, who is also a Fort Collins native.
Away from the court, Hamm has been named to the Dean's List during each of her three completed years of high school, and was also honored academic all-state as a freshman. She played club basketball for the Colorado Chill.
"Her high character and work ethic in the classroom makes her a great fit for our program,” added Williams. “We are proud to have signed a great local talent from a great Poudre high school program, and local club coach Mike Portelance.”