Salt Lake Community College's women's basketball team is still adding some firepower to its 2013-14 roster.
SLCC on Wednesday announced the signing of Natalie Lainhart, a BYU-Hawaii player who is from Las Vegas.
Lainhart, 5-11, averaged 2.0 points and 2.3 rebounds in nine games last season at BYU-H. She redshirted at the University of Idaho for a season before transferring to the Division II school in Laie, Hawaii.
Lainhart averaged 16.6 points and 13.7 rebounds per game at Silverado High in Las Vegas and will play the power forward position for SLCC.
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