Michigan women’s basketball commit Macy Brown earned the 42nd Miss Basketball Award on Monday afternoon. After a stellar senior season with East Grand Rapids High School, the 6-foot guard became the latest recipient of the award.
Brown averaged 25.1 points and 8.3 rebounds on 45% shooting during his stellar senior season, and ended it with one of the most coveted awards in high school basketball.
The East Grand Rapids native becomes the sixth Miss Basketball winner to attend Michigan as a freshman, and the first since Kyrgyz Gondrzejic in 2016. Gondrzeik later transferred to West Virginia after just one season under the tutelage of Kim Barnes Eriko.
East Grand Rapids native becomes sixth Miss Basketball winner to attend Michigan as a freshman
Taylor Woodson and Katy Idle join Brown as the three commits to join Michigan as freshmen in the 2023-24 season. All three have signed their national letters of intent, and all three are ranked on ESPN’s top-100 for the Class of 2023.
Before looking to the 2023-24 season, Michigan will enter the upcoming NCAA Tournament as the No. 6 seed, it was announced Sunday night. The Wolverines will face 31–2 No. 11 seed UNLV in the first round of the Baton Rouge Regional.
Michigan will take on UNLV on Friday at 3 p.m. Eastern Time. If UM wins, it will face the winner of LSU and Hawaii.
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