WOLFPACK MEN'S AND WOMEN'S BASKETBALL WELCOMES NEW PLAYERS

Monday, July 06, 2015

Oak Hills Christian College Wolfpack Athletics is pleased to announce the addition of new players to both the men’s and women’s basketball programs.

WOLFPACK MEN’S BASKETBALL

Beginning fall 2015, the men’s basketball team will welcome Damond Green, a combo guard from Mansfield, La., Daniel Prindes, an athletic guard from Waxahachie, Texas, and Antonio Alexander, a point guard from Seagoville, Texas.

“Green recently graduated from Mansfield High School in the New Orleans area and is a player that can help take our program to the next level with his work ethic,” said Oak Hills men’s head coach, Joshua Johnson. “Prindes is a complete player and has what it takes to be successful on the court, and Alexander will add some depth to our backcourt.”

Alexander is a senior at Seagoville High School in the Dallas area where he was a first All-District selection in Dallas Independent School District; a district that has produced NBA players like Chris Bosh, Darrell Arthur, Donald Sloan and LaMarcus Aldridge, the latter two of which are Seagoville High Alumni.

"I'm extremely excited about the new additions to our men’s basketball program here at Oak Hills Christian College,” said Johnson. “We not only signed some really talented young men but even better people in their respective communities.”

WOLFPACK WOMEN’S BASKETBALL

After an eight-year hiatus, Oak Hills Christian College will revive the women’s basketball program for fall 2015. Joining the Lady Wolfpack this fall will be Briana Wood from Shawnee, Okla

“Wood will be a tremendous help to get the women's basketball program started off on the right foot,” said Oak Hills Athletic Director and Women’s Head Coach, Jeremy Anderson. “She is a versatile player who can shoot the ball from the outside with consistency and also take it to the basket to keep the defenders on their heels.”

The Lady Wolfpack also signed Regina “Reggie” Krickeberg from Milwaukee, Wis. Krickeberg is currently playing basketball and finishing her Associate Degree at Rainy River Community College and will be suiting up in fall 2016.

“As an athletic department we are really excited about all the new faces that will be on campus this fall. Having student athletes from all over the country will bring an added dimension to campus,” Anderson concluded.

If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Jeremy Anderson at 218-751-8670 or email at jeremyanderson@oakhills.edu.