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After exceeding expectations last season, Skyline’s women’s basketball team looks to reup to make another playoff run in the upcoming season. Being ranked at the bottom of the preseason polls, Skyline’s women’s basketball team entered the season with a chip on their shoulders.

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Women's Roster

#NameYearPos.HeightHigh School
1 Raichel Tjan Soph. G 5'7" San Mateo/Hillsdale High School
3 Brittany Guiterrez Soph. G 5'5" HMB/Half Moon Bay High School
5 Keri La Soph G 5'2" Pacifica/Oceana High School
10 Morgan Vurek Fresh G/F 5'8" Pacifica/Terra Nova High School
14 Kalisi Fononga Fresh F 5'9" San Mateo/Araon High School
15 Michala O'Donoghue Fresh G 5'7" Burlingame/Burlingame High School
21 Olga Faasolo Fresh F/C 6'1" Belmont/Notre Dame High School
22 Val Avila Fresh G  5'8"" S.S.F/South San Francisco High School
23 Kaliyah Hopkins Fresh G 5'1" San Francisco/Mission High School
24 Giselle Mahinay Soph G 5'6" Daly City/Westmoor High School
32 Alyssa Hayes Soph G/F  5'10" San Carlos/Carlmont High School
43 Anaseini Fakava Soph F 5'7" San Mateo/San Mateo High School
RS Nicole Brunicardi Fresh G  5'10" Burlingame/Burlingame High School
RS Ani Uikilifi Soph G 5'9" San Bruno, Capuchino High School

Recent News

Victoria Langi’s hot shooting

Skyline’s women’s basketball team defend home court with a dominant win over San Jose City College on Friday, Feb. 10.

The team pushed the pace against a tired San Jose team to an 83-63 finish. Skyline’s Victoria Langi led all scorers with 30 points, while shooting 10-14 from the field. Skyline had another strong performance from Arianna Sheehy, who had a double-double with 10 points and 12 assists.

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Skyline women’s basketball winter break round up

While students were recovering from the fall semester, the women’s basketball team were hard at work.

Skyline Women’s basketball are holding onto a 12-9 record as they get ready for their last six games of the 2016-2017 season.

Despite throwing away both games in mid-December against Sierra (75-47) and Laney Colleges (72-45) during the Golden Gate Classic tournament, the Trojans were able to obtain a win against Mission College (66-54).

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