NCAA women’s basketball coaches and recruiting coordinators have been busy hawking the talent at Central Dauphin High School.
If it’s not senior forward Caroline Shiery or guard Maddie LaFrance adding offers, guards Marlie Dickerson or Izzy Vogel are adding next-level opportunities to their portfolios.
On Friday, Vogel was up again, announcing a recent scholarship offer from East Stroudsburg.
The offer was No. 3 for Vogel, who fielded an offer last month from Marymount University in Virginia. Her initial offer came from Rowan University in New Jersey in late-June, a couple of months after helping coach Randy Gambelunghe’s Rams finish 26-2.
Although the 5-11 guard posted 4.6 points and 3.3 rebounds per game, her on-court presence and defensive work fueled Central Dauphin’s successful run to Mid-Penn division and conference tournament titles.
Helping clamp down on Central York ace Bella Chimienti in the District 3 Class 6A title round, Vogel and the Rams won 40-36 at Hershey’s Giant Center, snaring a third D3 championship in four seasons.
East Stroudsburg went 20-10 last season, bowing out in the PSAC tournament semifinals with a 67-54 loss to IUP.
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