Sarah Goree helped lead
the Green Wave to
a 27-5 record last season
April 26, 2000
NEW ORLEANS, La. - - The Tulane women's basketball has added a fourth signee, its first of the spring signing period, head coach Lisa Stockton announced Wednesday.
Delacey Joseph of Donaldsonville High School in Donaldsonville, La., becomes the fourth future Green Wave player to sign a National Letter-of-Intent with Tulane.
Joseph, a 5-11 wing player was a first-team All-State selection at Donaldsonville High and helped lead the team to the 1999 state championships. She was listed as one of the nation's Top 10 unsigned players after the completion of the fall signing period by the All-Star Girls Report and was rated as the 94th-best prospect by the publication as well. Joseph, a four-time all-district choice, has also been selected to the Louisiana High School All-Star game this summer.
"We're very excited to have Delacey joining our program," Tulane head coach Lisa Stockton said. "She is a big-time player who will bring a lot of size and athleticism to the wing. She has had an outstanding high school career and should a great deal to the program."
Joseph chose Tulane over Louisiana Tech, Kansas and Arkansas State.
Joseph joins three previously announced signees, Kelly Nadeau of Hudson, N.H., Tiffany Wilson from Marietta, Ga., and Tymeka Moore of Houston, Texas.
Tulane finished the 1999-00 season with a 27-5 record after reaching the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The Wave also won its second straight Conference USA Tournament title.