Three Palomar women's
basketball two-year starters have accepted
scholarships to four-year universities. From left:
Guard/forward Bianca Littleton, guard Mikaela
Stanton, Comet head coach Leigh Marshall and
guard/forward Maureen Fegan. -- Photo by Melissa
Littleton, Fegan, Stanton sign
SAN MARCOS (5-23-2014) --
Two-year starters Maureen Fegan, Mikaela Stanton and
Bianca Littleton, who helped lead Palomar's women's basketball
team to a Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championship and a
second-place finish in back-to-back seasons, all have accepted
scholarships to four-year universities.
Fegan, who averaged 14.1 points and 6.1
rebounds per game, and Littleton (13.3 points, 7.5 rebounds)
both signed with NCAA Division II Cal State East Bay in Hayward.
Stanton (16.7 points, 3.2 assists) signed with Brandon
University in Brandon, Manatoba, Canada.
Littleton, a 5-foot-9 guard/forward,
and Stanton, a 5-foot-4 guard, both came to the Comets from
Vista High School. Fegan, a 5-foot-8 guard/forward, is from
Rancho Buena Vista High.
All three were first-team All-Pacific
Coast Athletic Conference selections.
This is the second straight year that
coach Leigh Marshall's Comets have sent three players on to the
four-year level on scholarships.
Stanton, Fegan and Littleton
make first team
DIEGO (2-22-14) -- The Palomar women's basketball team landed three players on the
All-Pacific Coast Athletic Conference first team
which was selected Saturday by conference coaces.
The PC selections were Mikaela Stanton
(sophomore guard from Vista High School), Maureen
Fegan (sophomore guard/forward, Rancho Buena Vista
High School) and Biaca Littleton (sophomore
guard/forward, Vista High School).
Cora Lopez from conference
champion Mt. San Jacinto was named Player of the
Year. Chris Mozga from Mt. San Jacinto was
Coach of the Year.