Coach Hana Haden has announced the addition of three newcomers to the MACC Lady Greyhound program for next season. Hunter Conway will join the team from Belleville High School in Belleville, Michigan. Conway is a 5’9 guard who averaged 14 points and 9 rebounds and was a first team All-Conference selection.
Coach Haden is excited to add the versatility of Conway to the roster.
“Hunter is player who can play multiple positions with her length and skill set. Her athleticism makes her a great defender and I really like her ability to attack the basket and score at the rim.”
Faith Bland joins the Lady Greyhounds from St. Louis, MO after one year at Texas A&M-Commerce. The 5’10 forward from Metro High School averaged 17 points and 9 rebounds in her senior campaign and was also a Missouri All-State selection.
“Faith brings size, athleticism and a knack for scoring and rebounding the ball. She is another versatile player who can create mismatches and score in multiple ways. She has played in great programs, and we have had great success with signing players from her AAU program (Team St. Louis),” said Coach Haden.
Kayhla Adams is another transfer student, joining MACC after one season at Hutchinson Community College in Kansas. Adams averaged 8.5 points per game and just under 3 assists per game as a freshman. Adams is originally from Minnetonka, MN where she was a standout player at Hopkins High School.
Coach Hana Haden on Kayhla Adams:
“KK is a player who we recruited heavily out of high school and were able to build a really good relationship with, so I am glad she’s going to end up in Moberly. She will add some high-level experience to our roster. With our top shooters and scorers signing to four year programs, I am really glad to be able to add a player with KK’s ability and playing experience.”