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Montana Tech women's basketball inks Spokane's Eisenmann

Meghan Eisenmann, a 5-11 wing player from Missoula, MT, just finished playing 2 years at Spokane Community College. While there, Eisenmann earned 1st Team NWAACC All-Eastern Region, while averaging 15ppg, and being her team’s MVP and Co-Captain for 2010. She also was honored by being on the All-tournament team for the Skagit Valley Crossover & Lady Triton Winter Classic earlier this year. While attending Sentinel High School in Missoula, Eisenmann was a 3 year letterman/starter in basketball and volleyball, and a 3 year letterman in track. She was All-Conference and All-State for basketball, volleyball and track. Her senior year, she finished 2nd in the State in the javelin, and was also named Sentinel High School Female Athlete of the Year. She also holds the best 3pt percentage in the state in 2006, at 46.2% .

Coach DePell on Eisenmann: “Meghan is going to be an immediate impact player for us. She can shoot the 3, as well as drive to the basket and finish. She has two major strengths that are sometimes hard to find: she’s tall so that makes her very versatile, and then she’s left-handed, which will throw off the defense a bit just right off the bat. She has a great personality too, and will represent Montana Tech and our program very well.”

Meghan said this about coming to Tech: “I am excited to be a part of a great basketball program. I chose MT Tech because I really liked the coaches and players during my visit. The gym is amazing and I hear the crowds are huge. It also affords me the opportunity to complete my education at a quality institution close to home.”

Eisenmann will attend Montana Tech this fall, pursuing a Business Degree, with future plans of going to law school.


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