LEWISTON - Lewis-Clark State Women’s Basketball has added a student-athlete with collegiate experience to the 2020-21 roster, Head Coach Brian Orr announced on Tuesday. Moscow native Hannah Broyles will join the Warriors out of Treasure Valley Community College.
The 5-8 shooting guard will join the team with three years of eligibility. As a freshman at TVCC, Broyles averaged 14.6 points per game.
“We are excited Hannah chose to finish her career as a Warrior,” Orr said. “We recruited her when she was in high school and feel lucky to be bringing her in as a sophomore transfer.”
She prepped at Moscow High School under Coach Karlee Wilson, who now coaches the Bengals at Lewiston. Broyles was a three-sport athlete for the Bears and was all-league in soccer, tennis and basketball.
“Honestly, the night she put up 34 points on the Bengals at Booth Hall we moved her to the top of recruiting list,” Orr said. “Her athleticism and fearless style are two things about her game that really stand out.”
Broyles is the third student-athlete to sign with LC State Women’s Basketball for the 2020-21 season, joining Callie Stevens and Maddie Holm.