Bridgeport's Miki Glenn was the West Virginia Girl's Basketball Player of the Year in 2012-13, and has now signed her Letter of Intent to continue her college basketball career at the California University of Pennsylvania.
Glenn signed across the dotted line in front of friends and family on Wednesday afternoon at Bridgeport High School. Her decision to attend California, Pa. came down to playing for a top tier Division II women's basketball program, along with a strong Chemistry program, which happens to be her major.
Glenn was also considering the University of Charleston, West Virginia State, University of Pitt-Johnstown and a Division I suitor, Eastern Kentucky.
The senior point guard capped off her career as a Bridgeport Lady Indian with a Class AA State Championship this season. Glenn finished the year averaging 23.4 points per game. She also pulled down 7 rebounds a game and led the Lady Indians in steals and assists with 4.4 and 5 per contest, respectively.
Tyler Sprouse also signed his Letter of Intent on Wednesday afternoon. Sprouse decided to play for Head Coach Greg Zimmerman at Alderson-Broaddus College.
Sprouse was an intricate part to a Bridgeport boys basketball team that advanced to the state semifinals this season, ultimately falling to rival Fairmont Senior.
The senior point guard was a Class AA All-State First Team selection during his senior season. Along with Big 10 Conference and Harrison County accolades, Sprouse grew into a hot commodity among the local WVIAC schools.
Sprouse averaged 14.7 points, 3 assists, and 2.5 steals per game.