Rider Signs Hoskova
Women’s College Basketball
Rider Signs Kamila Hoskova to NLI
LAWRENCEVILLE—Rider head women’s basketball coach Lynn Milligan has announced that Kamila Hoskova has signed a National Letter of Intent to further her education and basketball career at Rider University, as a member of the Class of 2018.
"We are super excited that Kamila has decided to be a part of the Rider family,” said Milligan who led Rider to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference semifinals this past season. “Her versatility at the guard spot will continue to help us increase our depth. Kamila is not only able to score the ball but she has a great knack for passing. We are fortunate to add someone of her talent and character this late in the recruiting process. My staff has done a great job continuing to develop our international recruiting ties."
A 5-9 guard from the Czech Republic, Hoskova played for SSMH Brno where she averaged 6.6 points per game while playing almost 21 minutes a contest.
In 2013, Hoskova also played for the Czech Republic National Team, competing in the U18 World Championship in Division A, scoring 18 points against Turkey in the competition contested in Indonesia.
Hoskova has also played for the Czech national teams at the U16 European Championship in Greece in 2010, the U16 team in Italy in 2011, the U18 team that competed in Romania in 2012 and the U18 team that competed in Croatia in 2013.
Hoskova was a member of the U17 Czech All-Star team in 2011 and was the team MVP on the Czech all-star U17 championship team in 2012.
Hoskova joins Cquoya Haughton and Jessie Wallace who signed NLIs in the fall.
A 6-1 forward, Haughton comes to Rider from out of Schenectady, New York, (Stoneleigh – Burnham Prep School), where she averaged 12 points, five rebounds and five steals while earning All-Northeast honorable mention honors as a junior.
A 6-1 forward, Wallace comes to Rider from Reading, Pennsylvania, where she attends Wilson High School in West Lawn.
A combined 12-time letterwinner in basketball, volleyball and track and field, Wallace has been an All-Berks County Division I honoree for basketball since her freshman year, averaging 10.8 points and 8.5 rebounds per game. Having begun her scholastic basketball career at Quad-A Muhlenberg High School in Reading, Pennsylvania, Wallace led the Muhls to the District III playoffs as a freshman and led the team in scoring and rebounding both her freshman and sophomore years.
Rider returns 10 letterwinners for the 2014-15 and the Broncs add transfer sophomore Robin Perkins who sat out this past season as a red-shirt after coming from Saint Francis. Pennsylvania.