Jeannette's Gregory commits to UNC Charlotte
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One of the top girls basketball players in the WPIAL made her college decision Sunday: Jeannette rising senior Ciara Gregory made a verbal commitment to Charlotte, which plays in the Atlantic 10.
“I was down there this weekend, and I fell in love with the campus,” said Gregory, who also considered James Madison, William and Mary and Ball State. “The coaches are awesome. The team is so nice. I thought I fit in perfectly.”
As a junior, the 5-foot-7 guard was the Greensburg Tribune-Review Player of the Year and averaged 27 points.
— Staff report
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