Liberty Hill's Sedona Prince recently played in the McDonald's All-America game in Atlanta. (Stephen Spillman/for American-Statesman)

BEVO BEAT Women's Basketball

Texas signee Sedona Prince receives more accolades

At 6-7, she will be the tallest player for the Longhorns next season

Posted April 12th, 2018

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  • The class of Prince, Joanne Allen-Taylor, Charli Collier and Audrey Warren ranks No. 3 the nation, according to ESPN.com.

Sedona Prince continues to receive accolades for her outstanding high school basketball career.

The Texas women’s signee has been named the Texas Girls Coaches Association Basketball Athlete of the Year for Classes 1A-4A, it was announced Thursday.

Prince, a McDonald’s All-American and Jordan Brand Classic participant, was also a Naismith Trophy second-team All-American in 2018.

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Prince earned recognition as the District 19 Class 4A Most Valuable Player for the second consecutive season in 2017-18.

Prince, along with Joanne Allen-Taylor, Charli Collier and Audrey Warren comprise the nation’s No. 3 recruiting class, according to ESPN.com.

 

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