Women's College Basketball: Bobcat women ink JUCO point guard
The Texas State women’s basketball program announced the signing of junior college transfer Meghan Braeuer for the 2013-14 season. Braeuer will come to San Marcos from Midland College.
“Meghan is a skilled player who adds not only physical depth to our team, but an attitude of toughness and resiliency,” head coach Zenarae Antoine said. “On paper she is a proven player, but even more importantly she is a young woman who has battled through adversity and found success. She will have an immediate positive impact on our program both on and off the court.”
Braeuer led Midland College to a conference championship while being named to the WJCAA All-Conference team. She led Midland to the Junior College National Championship and finished the season averaging 10.6 points per game, and 3.1 assists in 20 minutes per game.
Prior to her time at Midland she played her freshman year at Lon Morris College. While there she averaged nine points per game and shot 40.0 percent from the field and the three-point line. She received the “Big Shot” award for being the one her teammates turned to when needing a crucial basket.
Braeuer spent her prep days at Belton High School where she was the Dawgs’ leading scorer. She was a 12-5A First-Team All-District selection and was selected to participate in the “Texas Shootout”, a high school all-star game of players from all around Texas.
She was a First-Team All-Central Texas player her senior year, in which she averaged 22.0 points per game, 4.0 assists per game and 4.0 steals per game. Her high-point mark was 36 scored against Bryan High School in 2011.