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Two women’s basketball inks for 2023 signing class – Boston College Athletics

Two women’s basketball inks for 2023 signing class – Boston College Athletics

Chestnut Hill, Tudeh. – The Boston College women’s basketball team is excited to announce the signings of Jayda Johnson and Lili Krasovec for the 2023 signing class.

“I’m excited about the addition of these very competitive players, they fit in well with our culture and style of play,” said the head coach. Joanna Barnaby-McNamee. “On the court, they each add depth, speed, size and versatility to the team. I love that they are talented and have an outstanding work ethic both on the court and in the classroom that allows them to Be the top team member at Boston College
association.”

Jida Johnson 6’0 | Guard/Forward West Haven, Conn. | Hamden Hall Country Day School

Is the captain of his basketball team for Hamden Hall … played his travel ball with the Brooklyn Stars and Exodus. Jida was born on January 5, 2005, the daughter of Brian Johnson and Melissa Nixon. He has two siblings. His father played basketball at Sacred Heart and overseas in Germany and Puerto Rico.

Coach Mack at Johnson

“Jayda has great instincts and basketball intelligence. Her long-range accuracy and smooth length to finish the basket make her a perfect fit for our fast-paced offense. Playing for the Exodus AAU organization allows her to compete in tournaments. “He’s a competitor who’s used to winning. I look forward to seeing him as a player and expect him to be a first-time contributor to our program.”

Why I chose BC

“I chose BC because I love the environment and what the school is all about, putting others before yourself and serving others. It’s very important to me because I have a big heart and I love the team aspect of basketball and it’s essential. I also I love all my coaches and teammates, and Boston itself is a beautiful city with so many amazing opportunities.”

Lily Krasofek 6’3 | front/center | Winston-Salem, NC/Budapest, Hungary | Winston Salem Christian School

is the second international signing in as many seasons (Tiana Todd) … He played for Hungary’s under-16, under-19 and under-20 teams over the past three summers and averaged 6.8 points, 5.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists in 21 career games … Krasvoch in Radobasket (17 -2012) and played Csata DSE. (2017-20) in Hungary … also in Rome, Italy for the Stella Azzurra Basketball Academy from 2020-22 … born October 14, 2003 … is the daughter of Peter Krasovitch and Leila Kochian … a sibling who attends the school Colorado plays basketball … His father played basketball at Marist (1985-87).

Coach Mac at Lilly

Lily is a competitor. At 6’3, his length and versatility as a scorer and defender allow him to excel in a variety of situations. He has excellent interior movement and a natural scoring instinct that shines in our high-tempo attack. He earned Valuable experience having played for the Hungarian national teams under 20 and 19 in the last two summers.

Why I chose BC

“The level of basketball and education is what I was looking for. It’s a great balance at Boston College. I think it’s going to be a great challenge for me.”

The Eagles will face Harvard this evening at 7 p.m



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