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The Spartans will add six newcomers to the 2010-11 squad.
Freds Signs On To Coach George's Spartans
With eight letterwinners and four starters already returning to a team that finished 20-9 in 2009-10, the USC Upstate women's basketball team has certainly not rested on its laurels, as 5-6 point guard Kelci Freds (Warsaw, Ind./Warsaw) signed a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday evening to become the sixth new face to join the Spartan family for the 2010-11 season. + MORE
Madisen Webb signs her NLI.
Three More Players Sign On To Play For Coach George's Spartans
After the most successful season in 15 years, the USC Upstate women's basketball team enters its final year in the transition to Division I looking to keep riding the wave with eight letterwinners returning to go with a class of five newcomers, as Atlantic Sun Conference Coach of the Year Tammy George announced the addition of three new members of the Class of 2014 on Friday. The class features three new signees: Logan Castlebury (Seagrove, N.C./Eastern Randolph), a 5-8 guard, Seandre Lee (Hinesville, Ga./Bradwell Institute), a 6-1 forward, Madisen Webb (Georgetown, Ky./Scott County), a 5-10 guard/forward, who will be joined by two others that signed with Upstate in the fall: Kyana Jacobs (Dale City, Va./Potomac), a 5-6 point guard and Kim Roach (Columbia, S.C./A.C. Flora), a 5-10 forward. + MORE
Chelsea McMillan and the Spartans completed the 2009-10 season with a 20-9 record.
Upstate Completes Its Season
The women's basketball team was not selected for the 64-team NIT field despite posting its best record since joining Division I three seasons ago. <BR><BR> The Spartans finished the season 20-9 after winning a combined 18 games the previous two seasons. + MORE