The Simon Fraser University women's basketball team received a commitment from Michelle Spacek from Riverside Secondary School to join the Clan this fall.
Spacek is a 5-7 guard from Port Coquitlam is coming off a season where she was named a first team all-star at the provincial high school championship tournament.
"I wanted to come to SFU to join a high quality basketball program," said Spacek. "I think I'm a strong shooter and I try to put the team ahead of personal stats. There are so many good players already on the team and I'm excited to be a part of that."
Last season with Riverside, Spacek played in 34 games and led the team with an average of 12.6 points per game. She was her team's best three-point shooter, draining 105 treys on the season.
"Heading into my first season at SFU I just want to work hard and try to establish a role on the team," continued Spacek.
Spacek will pursue a degree in Health Sciences at Simon Fraser.
"Michelle has been on one of the top teams in the province for several years," said head coach Bruce Langford. "She is the best three-point shooter on the best shooting high school team. She is extremely competitive and puts in quality time to work on her athleticism, strength and skill. Our league requires players who have some fire and she has it."