Spokane's Bourn and Randall ink with Eastern Oregon University
SPOKANE, WA -- Standout CCS Lady Sasquatch basketball players Korrie Bourn and Brooke Randall will continue their careers at Eastern Oregon University for Coach Anji Wissenfluh. Bourn and Randall helped lead the Sasquatch to a 22-8 regular season and an appearance in the Final Four at the NWAACC Championships for Coach Bruce Johnson. They’ll be heading to La Grande to join an EOU team that finished 19-10 overall and 10-8 in Cascade Conference play.
Randall leaves Spokane as the program’s all-time leader in career points (998), single season points (599), career ppg (16.91), and single season ppg (19.97). As a freshman she was named to the All-Eastern Region 2nd team - one of only two freshman to receive league honors - and helped lead CCS to a 5th place finish at the NWAACC Tournament. As a sophomore the honors included 1st Team All-Eastern Region, 2nd Team All-NWAACC Tournament and BCC Bulldog Classic MVP. Randall came to CCS after an outstanding high school career at Eastmont HS (East Wenatchee, WA) where she played for Coach Brent Darnell.
Bourn ended her Sasquatch career with a brilliant sophomore season, averaging 15.4 ppg and 9.2 rpg. She was named 1st Team All-Eastern region and 2nd Team All-NWAACC Tournament. Bourn came to Spokane after a distinguished prep career at Liberty Bell HS (Winthrop, WA) where she played for her father, Coach Mike Bourn. Her improvement between her freshman and sophomore seasons was a significant reason for CCS’s success in 2010-11.
“We are unbelievably excited” said EOU’s Wissenfluh. “It’s a great day to be a Mountaineer.”