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PURDUE WOMENS BASKETBALL RECRUITING:
Bogdanova, Pollack to play in All-Star games




Date: 3/19/2004
Author: Bob_Richards
© Old Gold Free Press Columnists

Two of Purdue's incoming freshman class for the 2004-05 season have been chosen to play in postseason all-star events. Natasha Bogdanova has been invited to play in two postseason games, the WBCA High School All-American game on April 3rd and the adidas/EA Sports Superstar game on March 26th. Brina Pollack will join Bogdanova in Knoxville for the adidas Superstar game.

March 26, 2004 - adidas/EA Sports Superstar Game

Sponsors adidas and EA Sports have announced the rosters for the third annual adidas/EA Sports Superstar Girl’s Game. The tournament was formerly known as the l’adidas Roundball Classic in its first two years.

Twenty-four of the nation's top senior players have been invited to Knoxville (TN) where two teams will play each other, capping a week of events sponsored by adidas. The adidas/EA Sports Superstar Games will be played at 5:50pm on Friday, March 26th at Thompson Boling Arena on the campus of the University of Tennessee. Purdue's Natasha Bogdanova will play on the T-Mac Superstar team, while fellow Purdue signee Brina Pollack will play on the KG Superstar team.

Tickets for the event are $100, $15 and $10 and can be purchased online at www.knoxvilletickets.com or by calling (877)-995-9961.

The team rosters for the adidas game is as follows:
T-Mac Superstars
 Amber Bland 5'11 Boardman, OH Penn State  
 Natasha Bogdanova 6'4 Charlotte, NC Purdue  
 Sade Buley 5'11 Knoxville, TN Kentucky  
 Melissa D'Amico 6'5 Mastic Beach, NY Notre Dame  
 Megan Darrah 6'2 Moreland, GA Georgia  
 Courtney Davidson 5'5 Youngstown, OH Michigan State  
 Sparkle Davis 5'10 Decatur, GA Auburn  
 Sarah Elliott 6'6 McKee, KY Kentucky  
 Lateefa Joye 5'10 Lenoir, NC Alabama  
 Laura Kurz 6'1 Philadelphia, PA Duke  
 Daphne Mitchell 6'3 College Park, GA Alabama  
 Erica White 5'5 Jacksonville, FL LSU  
 Head Coach: Marlon Wells (San Diego HS - San Diego, CA)
KG Superstars
 Brynn Cameron 6'0 Newbury Park, CA USC  
 Quianna Chaney 5'11 Baton Rouge, LA LSU  
 Brittney Davis 5'7 Portland, OR Minnesota  
 Sybil Dosty 6'3 Tucson, AZ Tennessee  
 Jessie Elway 5'11 Englewood, CO Stanford  
 Darrice Griffin 6'1 Seagraves, TX Texas Tech  
 Charde Houston 6'1 San Diego, CA Connecticut  
 Christie Lautsch 6'4 Smyrna, GA Florida State  
 Lindsey Pluimer 6'3 San Clemente, CA UCLA  
 Brina Pollack 5'8 Marlboro, NJ Purdue  
 Kat Suderman 6'4 San Luis Obispo, CA Santa Barbara  
 Candice Wiggins 5'11 La Jolla, CA Stanford  
 Head Coach: Terri Bamford (La Jolla Country Day - La Jolla, CA)
 

April 3, 2004 - WBCA High School All-American Game

The top 20 female prep players in the nation have been named to the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) High School All-America Team.

The players will be assigned to two teams and will participate in the WBCA High School All-America Game, a college-style regulation game sponsored by Nike, on Saturday, April 3, at Tulane University's Fogelman Arena in New Orleans, LA.

The game will tip off during the "WBCA Night of All-Stars" at 5:30pm, followed by the WBCA All-Star Challenge, which will feature 20 of the top senior collegiate players in the nation versus the USA Basketball Women's Senior National Team.

Players selected for the WBCA game include:
WBCA High School All-American Game
 Matee Ajavon Newark, NJ Rutgers  
 Nkolika Anosike Staten Island, NY Tennessee  
 Erneisha Bailey Kansas City, MO Texas  
 Chante Black Kernersville, NC Duke  
 Natasha Bogdanova Charlotte, NC Purdue  
 Essence Carson Patterson, NJ Rutgers  
 Sylvia Fowles Miami, FL LSU  
 Alex Fuller Shelbyville, TN Tennessee  
 Laura Harper Wyncote, PA Maryland  
 Alexis Hornbuckle Charleston, WV Tennessee  
 Natasha Humphrey Gainesville, GA Georgia  
 Crystal Kelly Louisville, KY Undecided  
 Crystal Langhorne Willingboro, NJ Maryland  
 Erlana Larkins N. Palm Beach, FL North Carolina  
 Marscilla Packer Pickerington, OH Ohio State  
 Candace Parker Naperville, IL Tennessee  
 Allie Quigley Joliet, IL DePaul  
 Wanesha Smith Upper Marlboro, MD Duke  
 Mel Thomas Cincinnati, OH Connecticut  
 Sade Wiley-Gatewood Lynwood, CA Tennessee  
 

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