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Seboe to play hoops at UWS

University of Wisconsin-Superior women's basketball coach Don Mulhern announced today that Kylea Rae Seboe, a sophomore at Vermilion Community College, has verbally committed to join the Yellowjackets for the 2008-09 season.

University of Wisconsin-Superior women's basketball coach Don Mulhern announced today that Kylea Rae Seboe, a sophomore at Vermilion Community College, has verbally committed to join the Yellowjackets for the 2008-09 season.

"We are very excited to have Kylea verbally commit to UWS," Mulhern said. "One of our goals is to recruit the top area basketball players, and Kylea certainly is one of them. She had an excellent career at Barnum, and is having a good career at Vermillion CC.

"We expect her to come and make a positive difference with our program as she has played in a winning program and knows what it takes to be successful, both academically and as a basketball player."

Seboe was selected to the All-North Division second team for the Ironmen and was nationally ranked in scoring for part of the season.

Seboe, who scored over 1,000 points at Barnum High School, helped the team to a third place finish in the state her senior year. She was also selected to the Minnesota Coaches Association All-Star Team and the All-Tournament Team.

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Seboe, who was starter for four years for the Bombers, was an All-Polar League and Pepsi All-Star team selection as a junior and senior. She also served as team captain for three seasons.

"I chose UWS because of their strong biology program and it is close to my hometown," Seboe said. "I also have a few friends that play for the team and I also want to help improve the team by working hard and being dedicated to the team," said Seboe.

Seboe, who graduated with a 3.0, is the daughter of Rebecca and Jim Benson.

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