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Boise State Signs Rosalie Cutri to NLI

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Presnell's recruiting class grows to six.

BOISE, Idaho - Gordy Presnell, Boise State's head women's basketball coach, announced Tuesday morning the addition of Rosalie Cutri (Waterloo Corner, South Australia, Australia) to the program after she signed a National Letter of Intent to join the team next fall.  Cutri comes to Boise State after two standout seasons at Casper College (Wyoming) where she was a NJCAA 2012 second-team All-American. The addition of Cutri brings the total number of Boise State's new recruits to six, two current high school seniors and four junior college transfers.

"There is a reason Rosalie was chosen 2nd team All-American; she produces!" said Presnell. "She plays with great intensity and tenacity.  She will excel in the Mountain West Conference.  We are excited she has chosen to join the Broncos!"

Cutri, a 5-7 guard, brings athleticism and experience with her to Boise State. She has spent the last two years competing for the Thunderbirds helping guide them to back-to-back Region IX North regular-season titles. Cutri just completed her sophomore campaign garnering NJCAA All-American Second Team recognition and became a two-time All-Region IX honoree.

This past season she started in all 29 games averaging a team-high 13.3 points (16th region), 6.1 rebounds (1st team/12th region), 4.0 assists (1st team/7th region) and 4.0 steals (1st team/t-1st region) in 24.3 minutes per game. The junior-to-be shot 52.8 percent (1st team/11th region) from the floor and 64.6 percent from the free-throw line. As a freshman, Cutri started in 20 games averaging 13.2 points (2nd team/20th region), 5.1 rebounds (4th team), 4.3 assists (1st team/3rd region) and 3.2 steals (1st team/t-3rd region) in 25.6 minutes per game, while shooting 52.2 percent (1st team/15th region) from the court, 21.7 percent from beyond the arc and 77 percent (4th team) from the free-throw line.