Aug 4, 2012

Clackamas women ink Cowgirl point guard

Brook Buswell goes for a layup against Baker High 
School late in the 2012 season. Buswell averaged 
nearly 20 points and 5 rebounds leading up to the 
state playoffs.
The Clackamas Community College women's basketball team has added another name to their ranks for the 2012-13 season in Brooke Buswell.  Serving as the team captain her last two seasons at Crook County High School, Buswell led Cowgirls in scoring and assists in her final year, taking her team to the first round of the state playoffs. While at Crook County, Buswell also competed in cross country, tennis and softball, and received athletic accolades in every sport in which she participated. 

Buswell's success isn't only limited to athletics as she is also a honors student, having taken several AP and college courses and plans on majoring in biology. Buswell also is heavily involved in the community, with several hundred hours in community service.

Buswell is expected to play point guard behind sophomore Selin Bilen and sophomore Jenny Johnson, who will handle most of the point guard duties for Clackamas. Her strong scoring and assist numbers and good fitness will be a welcome addition to a team that led the NWAACC in points and assists, and came in second in average steals. 

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