Rio Rico standout Luisayde Chavez (5-8) was a Second Team All-Southern Arizona selection after leading the Hawks to a 22-7 record while averaging 18 points, 6.2 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game. In her career, Chavez scored 1,758 points.
“Luisa is an explosive player that can get her own shot or create for a teammate,” Pima head coach Todd Holthaus said in a release. “She is strong and versatile and can play both ends of the floor. Luisa will give us fire power on the wing in 2020-21.”
Angel Addleman (5-6) averaged 17.3 points and 8 rebounds at Palo Verde and 18.9 points at Pusch Ridge before transferring to play for the Titans. In all, Addleman scored 1,274 points in high school. Addleman was also a Second Team All-Southern Arizona selection.
“Angel is a great point guard that will continue our tradition of unbelievable point guards,” Holthaus added. “She comes from a basketball family and can shoot, assist and rebound. Angel plays with passion and Aztec fans will see that on display next season.”
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