Binghamton University is the latest to offer a National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I women’s basketball scholarship to NEPA Elite Clark 17U shooting guard Moriah Murray.
Murray revealed the offer today on her Twitter account. The all-state guard from Dunmore had previously received offers from Drexel and St. Joseph’s.
Pennsylvania sports writers named Murray a first-team, Class 3A, all-state player in both her freshman and sophomore seasons with the Lady Bucks. She is entering her junior year.
Murray has helped the Clark girls team to a 14-2 record.
Playing on a team with two players, Rachael Rose and Cecelia Collins, already committed to Division I scholarships, Murray is the team leader in 3-pointers made with 32. Along with hitting two 3-pointers per game, Murray is second on the team in total points, assists, steals and blocked shots.
Murray is shooting 35.6 percent from 3-point range and 88.9 percent from the line this summer while averaging 7.9 points.
Binghamton is coming off a 22-6 season, including 10-6 in the America East, in 2019-20.