#2 Seton Keough 20-8 (Baltimore, MD)


No. Name Ht. Position Year
1 Stephanie Clampitt 5-7 Guard Sophomore
2 Bryanna Emory 5-9 Forward Freshman
3 Rianna Frazer 5-4 Guard Sophomore
5 Shabria Paige 5-2 Guard Junior
10 Carly Read 5-7 Guard Senior
12 Amber Singletary 5-9 Guard Sophomore
14 Katelyn Fischer 5-8 Guard Senior
15 Camille Hines 5-7 Guard Sophomore
20 Asya Bussie 6-4 Center Senior
22 Brianna Harrison 5-9 Forward Sophomore
23 Rosie Young 5-1 Guard Junior
25 Liz Brown 6-4 Center Sophomore
35 Achiri Ade 5-11 Forward Sophomore
42 Miracle Davis 5-7 Guard Freshman

Head Coach: Jackie Boswell — 194-62 record in nine years at Seton Keough

Asya Bussie

Last year, Bussie became the first player in school history to record 1,000 career points. This season, she reached 1,000 rebounds for her career. The West Virginia recruit averages 16 points and 12 rebounds per game.

Katelyn Fischer

Fischer has been running the point for the Gators since her sophomore year. This season, her valuable senior leadership (five assists per game) and increased scoring production (12 ppg) earned her the team’s Coaches Award.

Amber Singletary

Singletary made varsity as a freshman last year but saw limited minutes. This season she proved to be a full-court threat, averaging 12 points and four steals per game while receiving interest from Maryland, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Drexel.

Coaches rarely put a positive spin on losing. But Jackie Boswell has been pleased with her team’s character through an eight-loss season considering her team features only three seniors: Asya Bussie, Katelyn Fischer and Carly Read. Eleven days after suffering a seven-point loss to St. Frances (Baltimore, Md.) on Feb. 4, Seton Keough got revenge with a 58-38 conference championship win.

The team's slogan this year has been, "Success is not something that just happens. Success is practiced, learned and shared."

After a loss to Georgetown Visitation (Washington, D.C.) on Dec. 20, Seton Keough regrouped the following day by organizing a scavenger hunt at a local mall. It proved to be a success. In their next game, the Gators beat Arundel (Gambrills, Md.), 64-42.

After playing in the Sandra Meadows Classic in Duncanville, Texas, Seton Keough arrived at the airport early in the morning to head home. Since hardly anyone was around, the team decided to play an animated card game called spoons.