Huntington Beach, California May 16, 2023 (Issuewire.com) – San Jacinto Valley Academy star studded guard Princess McCauley has verbally committed to Golden West College. Princesses 27.7 points per game ranks her 46th in the nation in scoring. Princess’s other accolades include first team All-CIF, first team All-County, Prep Girls Hoops #8 Shooting Guard in the State of CA, Silver Waves media #73 player in California, and a finalist for the Cal Hi Sports All-State team. Prior to her commitment McCauley was one of the highest ranked uncommitted prospects in California. Princess prepped at San Jacinto Valley Academy where she played for her mother coach Shanequa McCauley and as a junior carried her team to the quarter finals of CIF. Golden West Coach Barry Migliorini believes Princess could be the cornerstone of the best freshman class in California. Princess also excels in track where she’s a juggernaut 100- and 200-meter runner. Princess will be a Kinesiology major at Golden West.
Golden West College is the most successful athletic junior college in California. To Golden west Credit they have amassed 90 State Championships (three in women’s basketball) the most of any California JUCO. Additionally, GWC has produced over 150 conference titles, 614 All-Americans, 8 Olympians, and over 10,000 transfer athletes.
Golden West College (GWC) was founded in 1965 and is located in the city of Huntington Beach, a coastal community just 30 miles south of Los Angeles and in the heart of breathtaking Southern California. The college is a well-known destination among international students because of its academic excellence, geographical vibrance, and cultural diversity. Golden West offers excellent degree and certificate programs in STEM, Business, Arts and many more. Students can graduate from Golden West with an Associate degree, or transfer to a university for a Bachelor degree.
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