#5 Kylie Post
Hometown: Corcoran, Minn.
Previous Program: Maranatha Christian Academy
Before UMC: Post was an All-MCAA Conference pick as a sophomore and junior. She was named to the All-State Tournament team as a sophomore. Post has helped Maranathan Christian Academy to the Class A Semifinals where they lost to Mary Burke’s Mountain Iron-Buhl High School squad last season. During her sophomore season, Post helped Maranatha Christian Academy to the Class A Finals where they lost to Goodhue High School. She played AAU for the Minnesota Stars. Post averaged 11.9 points on the season, while shooting 42.4 percent from the field. She added 6.1 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game. Post played especially well in the state tournament, notching 18.5 points per game on 42.9 percent from the field.
Personal: Post is the daughter of Dana and Kristin Post. She was born Sept. 28, 1999. Post plans to major in elementary education at Minnesota Crookston. Her father Dana played football at University of Minnesota Morris.
Profile on Crookston Women’s Basketball Website
#1 Jaclyn Jarnot- University of North Dakota (Basketball)
Before UND: Maranatha Christian Academy’s all-time leading scorer and rebounder, surpassing the 2,000-point mark in her decorated prep career … A 2018 Miss Basketball Minnesota finalist and was named a Minnesota 2A First Team All-State member … Averaged just shy of 18 points and 12 rebounds per game as a senior, playing multlple positions on the floor for the Mustangs.
Personal: Older sister, Alaina, is a junior guard for the Fighting Hawks … Majoring in pre-marketing.
Profile on UND Women’s Basketball Website
#3 Beijan Newbern- Montana State – Billings (Basketball)
Maranatha Christian Academy: Scored 23.5 points per game during his senior year with the Mustangs…averaged 6.5 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 2.6 steals with 10 blocks…shot 60 percent from the floor and 30 percent from 3-point range…brother of Melvin Newbern Jr….father Melvin Newbern Sr. played in the NBA with the Detroit Pistons.
Durham on Newbern: “Beijan gives us a young combo guard to develop. He comes from a basketball family and this reunites him with his older brother Melvin who he played with in high school. Beijan is extremely athletic and loves to attack the basket.”
#21 Quinn Smith- Grand Canyon University (Basketball)
Profile on Grand Canyon University Basketball Website
Isaiah Hobus- Bethel University (Cross Country)
Best performance: 5K (17:50)
Profile on Bethel Cross Country Website