Alexa Gallagher, a 6-1 forward who plays for Germantown Academy
near Philadelphia gave DePaul women's coach Doug Bruno a verbal
Gallagher, a standout for the Philadelphia Belles said that she "knew"
after making an unofficial visit to DePaul before Bruno left to go overseas
as an assistant coach for Team USA, which won the women's world
championship on Sunday.
"I really enjoyed the players and the coaches and knew that [DePaul]
was the right place for me," Gallagher said. "And being from Philly,
I like being in a big city."
Gallagher, the second player DePaul has landed in the Class of 2015
joining Whitney Young point guard Chanise Jenkins, plans to make
an official visit to Chicago before the November signing date.