MILL VALLEY GUARD WHITNEY HAZLETT SIGNS WITH KCKCC
Mill Valley guard Whitney Hazlett liked what she saw in Kansas City Kansas Community College's 28-4 women's basketball team this spring. On Tuesday, Hazlett became a part of the Lady Blue Devil program by signing a letter of intent.
"I liked it (KCKCC) a lot," said Hazlett, who saw the Blue Devils in games and in practice. "I really liked the pace of play and it was all very welcoming."
A 5-6 shooting guard, Hazlett helped lead Mill Valley to a 16-3 record this past spring. The third leading scorer, she averaged 8 points and 4 assists a game while shooting 76 percent from the foul line.
"She's a great athlete, very versatile who can score off the dribble," said KCKCC Coach Valarie Stambersky. "I'm really looking forward to the opportunity to coach her."
Flanked by her parents, Jessica and Chris Hazlett, Mill Valley guard Whitney Hazlett signed a letter of intent Tuesday to continue her basketball career at Kansas City Kansas Community College. (KCKCC Photo by Alan Hoskins)