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Samoans in Women’s College Basketball Preview - Oct 22, 2005


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The 2005/06 season is set to start in the next two week and we are having a sneak preview of Samoans based in US Colleges.

 

Amanda Afa’ese 5’10 G RS-Freshman University of Portland (NCAA Division 1)

Medical redshirted last year after suffering a season ending injury, Afa’ese returns to Portland with the task of getting some playing time in the team.  Prior to her injury Afa’ese showed enough to indicated that she can contribute to the team.

 

Aisha Ale 5’11” F Freshman Hutchinson Community College (NJCAA)

Member of the Samoan National Team, Aisha Ale struggled in her senior year at Kakuhu HS in Hawaii. She will join Karla Tailele, whom she is related to in Kansas.  Ale would be capable to contribute to the team in her freshman year

 

Karla Tailele 5’5” G Sophomore Hutchinson Community College (NJCAA)

Tailele had an impressive freshman year and it is expected that she will carry a large portion of the offence load.  A good showing this year could ultimately get her into a Division 1 team next year.

 

Alofa Toiavao 6’4” C Junior University of Hawaii (NCAA Division 1)

Essentially in her second season in Hawaii, Alofa had a very impressive 2004-05 season, with 9.6 points, 6.7 rebounds, 1.4 assists, 2.5 blocks and 1.2 steals per game off the bench for Hawaii.  It will be a tough battle to decide whether Toiavao or Brittany Grace should start however irrespective of whether she starts or not, Toiavao should see lots of playing time and will have a crucial role to play in getting Hawaii back into the postseason.

 

LaToya Wily 6’0” C Sophomore Alcorn State University (NCAA Division 1)

Wily had a decent freshman year on a team that made it into the NCAA Tournam  



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