Coach Rich Renzema is pleased to announce that Megan Scholtens, a 5-5 guard from Grant, has signed to play basketball at Grace Bible College. Megan is a high-energy player that can play either guard position, but will likely play more of the 2-guard position for the Lady Tigers.
Megan, who started playing in 7th grade, was home schooled and played basketball for the Quad Cities Mustangs program that was able to finish as the runner-up in Michigan a year ago. Megan has been the Team MVP for three consecutive years and was the #1 pick for All Conference her senior year. Over the last two seasons, Megan averaged 18 points and four assists per game on offense and really showed her ball-hawking abilities with six steals per game.
Megan is the daughter of Cal and Angie Scholtens and she has two younger siblings. She had this to say about coming to Grace: “I am very excited to attend Grace and play basketball. I can’t wait to be a part of such a united and close team.”
“Megan is a perfect fit for us at Grace”, Coach Renzema commented. “She was able to go on one of our road trips with us last season and she got along extremely well with the other girls so we knew she would fit right in. ”
“We love the energy Megan plays with. She never takes a play off and is an excellent on-ball defender. She has a very well-rounded game and will only get better. We love to get kids that are passionate about their faith and about the game of basketball and she fits both categories.”