Utah's women's basketball team signed four players, the school announced Tuesday. Wendy Anae of San Diego, Calif., Malia Nawahini of Springville, Utah, Devri Owens of Plano, Texas and Emily Potter of Winnipeg, Manitoba will join the Utes in 2013-14.
Anaewas a second-team all-Western League player out of Cathedral Catholic in California, Nawahine averaged 18 points a game last year and Owens was an MVP for her team. Potter averaged 17 points and 11 rebounds to help her team win a bronze medal at the FIBA U17 Championships.
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