BISMARCK — Danville Area Community College coach Kyle Bent added Bismarck-Henning senior guard Addie Voyles to his 2014 recruiting class on Wednesday.
The Lady Jaguars have already signed Molly Bridges, a 6-1 post player from Southport, Ind., Asia Green, a 5-9 guard from Indianapolis North Central and Jadelyn Proffitt, a 5-6 guard for Indianapolis Warren Central earlier this year.
Voyles, a 5-5 guard, averaged about 8 points a game and she connected on 40 3-pointers as the Blue Devils were the Vermilion County Tournament champions.
“I went with DACC because I’ve grown up here and I’m not ready to leave home,’’ said Voyles, an honorable mention Commercial-News all-area selection. “My dad (Rick Voyles) went to DACC and played there, so I know it’s a great place to start my collegiate career. I’m really looking forward to playing for coach Bent.’’
Voyles was also a special mention all-conference and first-team all-county this past season.
Former DACC standout is named an USCCA All-American
SAINT MARY OF THE WOODS, Ind. — Brooke Jordan, a 2012 all-conference selection for Danville Area Community College,was not only named a first-team All-American at St. Mary-of-the-Woods but she also led the Pomeroys to the USCCA National Championship game on Friday.
Jordan, who threw a no-hitter in the quarterfinal contest against Penn State-Mont Alto, tossed a 1-hitter in the semifinal victory over Briarcliffe College (N.Y.) in the semifinal. Jordan, a native of West Lafayette, Ind., set a season and tournament-high with 13 strikeouts.
In the championship game, Lindenwood of Belleville defeated SMWC 2-0 as Jordan had two hits for the Pomeroys, who ended their season with a 26-17 record.
SMWC also featured a pair of former Wabash River Conference competitors in Riverton Parke’s Sarah Burnham and Rockville’s Emma Riffe.