Lady Tiger point guard signs with South Florida
Five games into her first season playing basketball at Cowley College,
sophomore point guard Dominique English has signed a letter of intent
to continue her playing career at the University of South Florida next
After averaging double digits in scoring along with 7.6 assists per game
as a freshman at Daytona Beach Community College, English has made a
smooth transition to Cowley College as she is averaging 11.4 points,
7.0 assists, 5.2 rebounds, and 2.4 steals per game.
The opportunity for the Ocala, Fla. native to return to her home state
was too good to pass up.
“I chose South Florida because it’s close to home and I will be
able to have my family see me play,” English said. “I know a lot
of girls on the team by either playing with or against them growing up.”
English has attended basketball camps at the school and feels comfortable
with the coaching staff, which has helped the Lady Bulls advance to five
consecutive postseason tournaments.
“I am very happy for her,” Cowley head coach Todd Clark said. ‘With
it being close to home it will be very positive and a good opportunity for
At Cowley, English has helped Cowley to a No. 30 ranking and a 4-1 record.
“We have got a long way to go, but I hope we can make it to the national
tournament and go farther than the school has ever been,” English said.
Pictured: Dominique English is joined by her Lady Tiger teammates as
she signs a letter of intent to play basketball at the University of
South Florida next season.