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Palomar's Cox, Balcom sign with 4-year colleges
MARCOS (5-30-2015) --
Palomar women's basketball players Keisha Cox
and Tessa Balcom both have signed with four-year
Cox, the Pacific Coast Athletic Conference
Player of the Year and a first-team all-state
community college selection who led the Comets
to a 26-4 record, the PCAC title and to within
one game of the CCCAA State Championship Final
Four, signed with Brandon University of Brandon,
Cox couldn't sign with an Division I program
because of Division I clock issues.
Balcom, a first-team All-PCAC selection, signed
with the NAIA's Bacone College of Muskogee,
Cox, a 5-foot-8 sophomore guard from Mission
Hills High School, led Palomar scorers with an
18.5 season on her way to her all-state honors.
She'll join former Comet Mikaela Stanton, the
Bobcats' second-leading scorer as a junior this
past season, at Brandon.
Balcom, a 5-foot-5 sophomore guard from Ramona
High School, averaged 8.6 points per game.
PICTURED ABOVE: Keisha Cox
(left) is pictured with her parents moments
after signing with Brandon University. -- Photo
by Stephen Davis. Tessa Balcom (right) signed
with Bacone College. -- Photo by Melinda Finn
Tomlinson, Sumpter land NAIA
MARCOS (4-26-2015) --
Lee Lee Tomlinson (left) and Daijon Sumpter (right)
from Palomar's Pacific Coast Athletic Conference championship
women's basketball teams have signed with NAIA colleges.
Starting point guard Tomlinson, a
5-foot-2 sophomore from Hamilton High School in Los Angeles, and
accepted a scholarship to Presentation College of Aberdeen,
Backup guard Sumpter, a 5-foot-4
sophomore out of Fallbrook High School, accepted a scholarship
to Bethel College of North Newton, Kansas.
Tomlinson averaged 2.1 assists per game
and Sumpter played a key role off the bench as coach Leigh
Marshall's Comets reached the Southern California Regional
championship game, missing a trip to the State Final Four by one