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Women's basketball: Nebraska lands commit from juco sharpshooter Ashley Scoggin
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Women's basketball: Nebraska lands commit from juco sharpshooter Ashley Scoggin

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LINCOLN — The Nebraska women’s basketball team got another 3-point shooting weapon for the 2020-21 season Friday when Salt Lake (Utah) Community College guard Ashley Scoggin announced her commitment to the Huskers on Twitter.

The 5-foot-7 native of Portland, Oregon, will have three years of eligibility remaining, as she redshirted her first season at SLCC.

"We are excited to add Ashley to our Husker family," Nebraska coach Amy Williams said in a press release. "She is a play-making guard with experience and maturity and will provide us with another consistent presence from behind the arc."

Scoggin becomes another member of the 2020 recruiting class, joining transfer guards Nailah Dillard and MiCole Cayton. Cayton, a graduate transfer from Cal, will be immediately eligible. Dillard would have to receive a waiver from the NCAA.

If Dillard can’t play right away, Scoggin becomes a key option, especially from beyond the 3-point line. She hit 52 of 138 (37.7%) 3-pointers for Salt Lake while averaging 10 points, 5.2 rebounds and 2.1 assists per game. She hit 94.4% of her free throws.

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