Women's Basketball

Women's basketball adds veteran shooting guard

Women's basketball adds veteran shooting guard

LAIE, Hawaii (July 1, 2014) - The BYU-Hawaii women's basketball team added Megan Goodman, a junior shooting guard out of Northwest College to the 2014-15 roster.

"Megan is a veteran wing player who can stretch defenses with her shooting," head coach Craig Stanger said. "She is a great person and team player who sees the floor and makes those around her better."

Goodman played two seasons at Northwest College in Wyoming and averaged 11 points, four rebounds per game and two steals. She was a terrific 3-point shooter, ranked No. 17 in the NJCAA at above 40 percent.

The 5-foot-9 guard played her high school ball at Mountain View in Orem, Utah. As a senior she helped Mountain View win the 4A state title.

"Having played on a championship team and junior college at the national level, her experience and competitive drive will be a great contribution to our program," Stanger said. "We are excited to add her skill and leadership to our team."

She recently returned from an LDS mission in Barcelona, Spain.

Goodman joins seven strong returners along with newcomers Taryn Skahill, Devyn Kauhi, Celeste Claw, Emily Nelson and Kjirsten Nelson as new arrivals to the Seasider Ohana.

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