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    April 21, 2014

    Courtney Engel, Amber Harms, Brenna Riediger and Megan Riediger to Suit Up for Providence University

    The Providence University Pilots Women's Basketball Team has announce the signing of four new recruits to that will join the team this fall.  Manitobans Courtney Engel, Amber Harms, Brenna Riediger and Megan Riediger have all agreed to join coach Joel Coursey at the Otterburne, MB campus.

    Name: Courtney Engel
    Position: Forward
    Height: 5'8"
    High School: St. Norbert Collegiate
    Hometown: La Salle, MB

    Providence University College is excited to announce the signing of St. Norbert Collegiate Forward, Courtney Engel. Coach Coursey said this when asked about the signing of Courtney Engel, "Courtney is a hard working individual, who desires to get stronger. I have no doubt that Courtney will make an impact on my team when she arrives in the fall. With Courtney's strength and understanding of the game, I think she will be a great addition to my young Pilots roster."
    Name: Amber Harms
    Position: Forward
    Height: 5'9"
    High School: Fort Richmond Collegiate
    Hometown: Winnipeg, MB

    Providence University College is excited to announce the signing of Fort Richmond Collegiate forward, Amber Harms. Head coach Joel Coursey had this to say about Amber, "she is a very athletic player who has the ability to play multiple positions, but more importantly she can guard 1 through 5. I am very excited for the addition of Amber Harms to my roster." Amber's father played at Providence and her sister is a current player for the Pilots. Amber also played for the Pilots 17U club basketball team this past spring.

    Name: Brenna Riediger
    Position: Guard
    Height: 5'7"
    High School: Westgate Mennonite Collegiate
    Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
     
    Providence University College is excited to announce the signing of Westgate Mennonite Collegiate guard, Brenna Riediger. Head coach Joel Coursey had this to say about Riediger, “Brenna is a great athlete who has been coached by many great coaches both in club and high school. I believe that she will be able to adapt to our team and contribute to the success of the program. Brenna loves playing the game, and that is what you need from your players. Brenna is a very aggressive player who puts her body on the line each night. Brenna is a good outside shooter and she plays well on both ends of the court.” Brenna’s twin sister Megan also signed with the Pilots for this upcoming season. “I have never had twins or sisters on my team before, but this year will be different. I have both the Riediger and Harms sisters playing for me.”


    Name: Megan Riediger
    Position: Guard
    Height: 5'6"
    High School: Westgate Mennonite Collegiate
    Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
    Providence University College is excited to announce the signing of Westgate Mennonite Collegiate guard, Megan Riediger. Head coach Joel Coursey had this to say about Riediger, “Megan is a strong player who has been well coached. Her attitude, desire to get better and her love of the game is what coaches want all of their players to have. Megan will add quality depth to the guard position with her shooting ability and her defense intensity. I am excited to have Megan play for me next year. She will fit in very well with the girls I have coming back.”

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