McNeese women’s basketball adds three more to 2023-24 roster
LAKE CHARES – McNeese head women’s basketball coach has announced the addition of transfers Helena Galunic and Emilia Tenbrock along with Alva Mofalk for the 2023-24 roster. The three join the five previous signees bringing the total to eight for the upcoming season.
Galunic, is a 6-1 junior transfer forward from Zagreb, Croatia by way of Manhattan College. Galunic appeared in 32 games for the Jaspers last season and started in two, averaging 3.2 ppg. and 2.7 rpg. She scored a career-high 14 points against Howard on Nov. 19 and ended the season with 10 points in the MAAC Championship game.
Tenbrock, the 6-1 junior transfer point guard from Columbus State is a native of Dusseldorf, Germany.
As a sophomore at Columbus State, Tenbrock led the Cougars in scoring (15.3 ppg.) and three-pointers made (42) and was second on the team with 6.0 rpg., a 78.9 free throw percent and 16 blocks. Tenbrock also averaged 1.7 assists and was named to the Peach Belt Conference as a second team selection and helped her team to the conference quarterfinal round.
Mofalk is a 6-4 forward and a native of Vasteras, Sweden who played for Division I Lulea Gymnasieskola, the second-best league in Sweden. Here RIG Lulea team placed second in the league and took part in the Thrill in the Ville last November.
2023-24 McNeese Women’s Basketball Signees
Boston Berry, 5-7, Guard, Jones, Oklahoma (Jones High School)
Azjah Reeves, 5-8, Guard, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Harding Prep)
Queen Ikhiuwu, 6-1, Forward, Navalcarnero, Spain (Carmen Martin Gaite)
Crystal Hayes, 6-4, Guard, Houston, Texas (James Madison)
Daniela Vallecilla, 6-4, Forward, Colombia (Valle Del Cauca)/Cypress Ranch High
Helena Galunic, 6-1, Forward, Zagreb, Croatia (Manhattan College)
Emilia Tenbrock, 6-1, Forward, Dusseldorf, Germany (Columbus State)
Alva Mofalk, 6-4, Forward, Vasteras, Sweden (Lulea Gymnasieskola)
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