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Four standout sophomores: Stormers Women’s Basketball

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#23 Mikkalla Robertson Stormers Women’s Basketball, photo courtesy of MATC Athletics

The MATC Times is focusing on some of our Stormers who graduated on Sunday, May 19. We reached out to all men’s and women’s coaches and asked them to highlight a player/players on their team.

This spotlight focuses on Women’s Basketball and was written by Head Coach Women’s Basketball, Arom L. Murrell, Sr.

The 2023-2024 MATC Lady Stormers basketball team was a special group of players. It was a sophomore-led group that completed its best season since the Lady Stormer program moved to NJCAA D2 in 2018 with a final record of 18-10.

Sophomore transfers Mikkalla Robertson (#23) and Adrianna Sapp (21) were the top scorer and rebounder this season. Mikkalla led the way with 18 points per game. She was also voted to the NJCAA Region 4 first team, a first for any MATC Women’s Basketball player. Adrianna finished the season as the leading rebounder averaging 10 per game.

Sophomores Sania Thomas (#14) and Brooklyn Davis (#5) completed two full and productive seasons at MATC. Sania represented the Lady Stormers as a Top 40 JUCO All-Star in Atlanta, GA last summer, a first for a women’s player at MATC.  She was also a 2nd team Academic All-American. Brooklyn finished  her sophomore season as the team’s 2nd leading scorer, averaging 12 points per game. She also led the Lady Stormers  with 67 steals this season.

These young ladies worked hard both on and off the court, representing MATC the right way. Their future is bright. I expect nothing but bigger and brighter things from them in their futures.

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