NOTRE DAME, Ind. – More accolades continue to roll in for Notre Dame women’s basketball class of 2020 signees. The Jersey Mike’s Naismith National High School All-America list was released on Tuesday, with both Maddy Westbeld and Alli Campbell receiving Honorable Mention nods.
Westbeld continues to stockpile accolades. Today’s announcement comes on the heels of her being named both the Gatorade Ohio Player of the Year and the Ohio Prep Sportswriters Association (OPSWA) Division I Player of the Year. Furthermore, Westbeld will be playing in the 2020 McDonald’s All-America game.
Westbeld just capped her high school career at Kettering Fairmont, where she led the Firebirds to a 25-3 record and regional finals appearance in the OHSAA Girls Basketball State Championships. She led her team in scoring (18.0) rebounds (11.2), assists (3.6), steals (2.8) and blocked shots (2.3).
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Campbell is no stranger to the Gatorade Player of the Year award as well, earning the honor in 2018. Campbell, along with fellow future Irish Natalija Marshall, were invited to play in the 2020 Jordan Brand Classic in Chicago.
Furthermore, Campbell was in pursuit of her third Class 2A Pennsylvania state title with Bellwood-Antis High when the season was cancelled in the quarterfinal round. On March 10, she surpassed 3,000 points in her storied career. Campbell is already the all-time leading scorer in Blair County and District 6 history.
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— Notre Dame WBB (@ndwbb) November 13, 2019
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