The Mid-Atlantic Christian University Lady Mustangs Basketball team has officially announced the signing of four 2020 graduates for the 2020-21 season.
A senior captain, Hannah Moore is a 5'7 forward from Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia Beach. A player that excelled on and off the court, Hannah carried a gpa over 3.5 during her high school career and plans to pursue a degree in Elementary Education while at MACU. Joining Moore from Ocean Lakes is teammate Alexis Starks. Starks, a 5'6 guard, finished her high school career as a 1st Team 6A All Conference selection goes the 2019-20 season, while dishing out more than 500 assists and registering over 500 steals. For her efforts on the court, Alexis was named to the 2020 All-Beach District Girls Basketball Second team while also receiving the Dedicated Dolphin Citizenship Award. Together Starks and Moore were a part of the 2019 Dolphins that won the 6A Regional Championship in Virginia.
Maeyanna Delk, a shooting guard, comes to the Lady Mustangs from Northampton High School in Eastville, Virginia. During her time with the Yellow Jackets, Delk scored over 1000 career points and as a senior led her team to the Regional Semifinals. As a senior Delk was named to VHSL 2020 Class 1 All-State Girls Basketball Second Team. Delk is joined by a local standout from Victory Christian School in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, Morgan Brock. Known for her long range shooting Morgan scored 1197 points during her Varsity career. A captain for the Eagles, Morgan was named as an All Conference team member in four consecutive seasons as well as being named team MVP as a senior.
"Each of these ladies fit what we are looking for in our players, they are driven to succeed first in the classroom, and then on the court while being leaders on campus and in the community. Just purely by the numbers, these players bring tremendous scoring to the team through a combination of their ability to shoot the ball and their playmaking. I am thrilled to have these ladies joining the talent we currently have on our roster and we are confident that they will make an immediate impact on the court." - Coach Troxell