Mater Dei basketball standout Brooke Demetre commits to Stanford

Mater Dei basketball standout Brooke Demetre discovered her optimal college.

The Register’s ruling player of the year has committed to Pac-12 challenger Stanford, the junior-to-be revealed on Instagram on Wednesday night.

“I really felt the college was the best fit for me,” Demetre said of Stanford. “The mentoring staff is terrific. The academics are unbelievable as well as I enjoy the team. I already have buddies on the team.”

Demetre, a 6-foot-2 onward, made an unofficial recruiting journey to Stanford previously this month and committed Tuesday.

Last season, she balanced 14.6 points, 6.6 rebound and also 3.3 assists to aid the Monarchs protect their Trinity Organization title and also reach the CIF-SS and CIF State Open up Department playoffs.

Demetre averaged 19.3 factors on 49 percent capturing from the flooring to assist the Monarchs win 3 close games versus rival Rosary, the eventual CIF State Department 1 champ.

“(She) was difference,” Mater Dei instructor Kevin Kiernan stated of Demetre. “I do not think they can take care of Brooke.”

Demetre made Trinity Organization MVP and also All-CIF-SS Open Department honors.

Stanford finished a slim 2nd to Oregon last period in the Pac-12 but reached the Elite 8 in the NCAA competition. The Cardinal shed to safeguarding NCAA champ Notre Dame, which completed second in the event to Baylor.

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