North Catholic’s Tess Myers follows family tradition, commits to Duquesne
Monday, June 17, 2019 | 7:59 PM
Four decades after her father committed to Duquesne, North Catholic’s Tess Myers committed Monday to play basketball for the Dukes.
The 5-foot-10 guard from Lower Burrell, who ranks among the WPIAL’s top 2020 girls basketball recruits, chose Duquesne from more than a dozen offers, including Colorado, Temple, St. Joseph’s and others.
Her father Joey played 103 games for Duquesne from 1979-83 and was later drafted by the New Jersey Nets.
She averaged a team-high 20 points last season for North Catholic, the WPIAL champion and PIAA runner-up.
Myers was the second WPIAL recruit in three days for the Dukes, joining Chartiers Valley’s Megan McConnell, who committed Saturday.
— Tess Myers (@tessmyers24) June 17, 2019
Chris Harlan is a Tribune-Review Staff Writer. You can contact Chris by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or via Twitter .
Tags: North Catholic
More High School Recruiting• Kentucky coach John Calipari visits Imani Christian to see 6-10 freshman phenom
• North Hills’ Robert Dickerson commits to Bucknell for both football, baseball
• Division I interest growing for Belle Vernon’s Devin Whitlock after statement win
• Hempfield’s Daniel Sierk commits to Bucknell
• No longer Penn State-bound, Perry’s Tyreese Fearbry chooses Kentucky