MENDON, Ill. (WGEM) -- Culver-Stockton added one of the area's top senior guards on Thursday morning.
Unity's Breanne Begeman picked the Lady Wildcats after what was a memorable four year career, especially since she got the chance to play for her dad and Lady Mustangs head coach Brad Begeman.
According to Breanne, making the decision to play at Charles Fieldhouse made the most sense.
"It means a lot. I've (played) basketball my whole life and getting to play at the next level really means a lot," she said.
"I'm going to work on my ball handling and quickness, and my athletic ability should help me at the next level."
C-SC head coach Melissa Young says Begeman is a multi-faceted player.
"She can shoot from the outside, she gets to the glass, and her knowledge of the game is tremendous," Young indicated.
"I also like the way she interacted with her team and her coaching staff. She also spoke about academics, spoke about her teammates, and she's very, very humble."
Begeman finished off her high school career in style by averaging 14.5 points, nine rebounds, and six assists per game.
She helped lead Unity to a regional championship this season and a combined 51 victories the last two years.
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