Ohio Women’s Hoops Announces Signing Of Three Players< < Back to
Ohio Women's Basketball announced the signing of three athletes to head coach Bob Boldon's first recruiting class Tuesday. Hannah Boesinger, Jasmine Weatherspoon and Tmisht Stinson will be joining the Bobcats for the 2013-14 season.
Boesinger, a 5-foot-11 forward from Hudson High School, averaged 19.3 point per game as a senior and scored in double figures in 22 of 23 games. She was named a member of the Cleveland Plain Dealer's 2012-13 Girls' Basketball All Star Team. Boesinger was originally committed to Youngstown State, where Boldon coached before accepting the job at Ohio in March.
Weatherspoon is a 6-foot-2 forward from Northland High School in Columbus. A three-sport athlete in high school, she received an 86 scout's grade and three-star rating from ESPN.com. She is described as a long athlete who can make layups and block shots. Her junior season, Northland went 22-2 and won all 14 of its conference games. Weatherspoon's brother, J.D., plays basketball for Toledo after transfering from Ohio State in 2012.
WOUB Sports reported Stinson's signing in May. A 5-foot-10 forward from Forest County Agriculture High School in Hattiesburg, Miss., Stinson averaged 18.0 points and 9.4 rebounds per game as a senior. She was named Best Offensive Player in Division 8-4A following the 2012-13 season. Stinson started for three years at Forest County and led the Lady Aggies to a 78-9 record.
Boesinger, Weatherspoon and Stinson join a class that includes Yamonie Jenkins, Quiera Lampkins and Destiny Cooper, all of which signed in November.
Ohio finsihed the 2012-13 season 6-23 under former head coach Semeka Randall. The University decided not to renew Randall's contract and named Boldon the coach on March 28.