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HAWKINS– Jarvis Christian University Interim Head Women’s Basketball Coach Sanetra Jackson is adding 14 players to the roster for the 2022-23 season, including eight college transfers.

Jada Williams will come to JCU after a stint at Hill College in Hillsboro, TX. The Arlington, TX native averaged eight points per game and was 33% from the three-point line. She garnered academic all-conference and all-conference honorable mention honors at Hill while helping the team capture a conference championship.

Faith Robinson is a guard out of West Monroe, LA. She comes to JCU after competing at Bossier Parrish Community College. Robinson averaged 15 points per game and 12 rebounds a game as she was top 20 in the nation in rebounds per game. She was recognized as all-conference for NJCAA Region 14, 3rd Team All-Louisiana, and WBCA All-American Honorable Mention.

Keiarra Rivers is a guard out of Dallas Christian College. The Manor, TX native was recognized as national player of the week, ACCA 2nd Team All-American, NCCCA D2 Southwest 2nd Team All-Region, and offensive player of the year.

Raniya White is making the move to Texas after a stint at Northland College in Wisconsin. She is a guard from Orlando, FL that averaged eight points per game and five rebounds per game.

Ne’kyria Rogers is a forward from Burleson, TX. She averaged 13 points per game and eight rebounds per game at Western Oklahoma State College.

Meya Gibson comes to JCU from Central Christian College in Kansas where she averaged 5 points per game and three rebounds per game. Gibson is a guard from Ypsilanti, MI.

B’Jne Arvie is a forward and center from Opelousas, LA. She played at Rainy River Community College where she averaged 12 points per game and seven rebounds per game.

Y’Vonne Forman will come to JCU from Kashmere High School in Houston. The forward earned all-district and defensive player of the year honors while at Kashmere.

Kaisira Bibbs averaged 10 points per game and eight rebounds per game as a player at Mastery Charter Pickett High School. The freshman forward is from Philadelphia.

Amaunni Craver is a center from Hughes Springs, Texas. She averaged nine points per game, seven rebounds per game, and two blocks per game on her way to being named defensive player of the year.

Walneika Holmes is a forward from Bobo, Mississippi. She comes to JCU after playing at Coahoma Community College and attending Jackson State University.

Nola Overton is an incoming freshman from Dallas. Dymiah Young returns to the JCU women’s basketball program after not playing because of a torn ACL. A’Mya Kailimai is an incoming freshman from Detroit.

The Bulldogs open the 2022-23 season at home on October 29 against Wiley College.

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