Regins And Williams Invited To WNBA Training Camps

April 23, 2012

Atlanta – Former Georgia Tech women’s basketball players Chelsea Regins and Jacqua Williams have been invited to WNBA training camps, which are set to open Sunday, April 29.

Regins will be staying close to Georgia Tech as she goes to camp with the two-time defending Eastern Conference champion Atlanta Dream. Williams will head to the opposite coast as she joins the Seattle Storm for training camp.

Last season, Regins helped lead the Yellow Jackets to their best season in school history as Tech finished with a 26-9 record and advanced to its first Sweet 16 appearance. The Fort Lauderdale, Fla., native converted over 54 percent of field goal attempts, and averaged 5.3 points and 4.1 rebounds in 35 games.

Williams completed her eligibility at Tech in 2009 when the Yellow Jackets went 22-10 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. She was Tech’s second-leading scorer with 11.7 points per game and led the Yellow Jackets with 104 assists (3.3 per game). Williams finished the 2009 season with 109 steals (3.4 per game), which was second-best in the ACC, sixth-best nationally and helped Tech lead the country in team steals per game, 13.6.

Other Yellow Jackets heading to WNBA training camps will be Sasha Goodlett, who was drafted by the Indiana Fever No. 11 overall in the league’s annual draft held April 16, and Alex Montgomery in her second season with the New York Liberty.

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–RamblinWreck.com–

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