Montezuma’s Shanae Wetering poses with her family after signing a National Letter of Intent on Monday, Feb. 7 to play basketball at Clarke University for Pride Head Coach Courtney Boyd in Dubuque beginning in the Fall. Clarke University, a NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) school, plays in the Heart of American Athletic Conference. Front row, Shanae is pictured with her parents, Shiloh and Justin Wetering. Back row, from left: Jusiah, Shateah, Shiressa, Shealynn Miller and fiancée Taylor Tompkins and grandmother Linda Massengale. "I'm looking forward to playing against my AAU teammates and experiencing playing basketball on a higher level," said Wetering.
Bravettes Head Coach Janel Burgess shares a few words during the signing. Janel coached Shanae all four years of her prep career, taking her to state three of those four years. Shanae scored more than 600 points and had 300 rebounds in her career at Montezuma.
Shanae Wetering is joined by her family as she signs a national letter of intent to play basketball for Clarke University in Dubuque beginning in the fall of 2022. Shanae is pictured with her parents, Shiloh and Justin Wetering seated Joining her in the back row are siblings, from left: Jusiah Wetering, Shateah Wetering, Shiressa Wetering, Shealynn Miller and fiancée Taylor Tompkins.
Shanae Wetering shares a few words at her national letter of intent signing to play basketball at Clarke University in Dubuque on Monday, Feb. 7.
Shanae Wetering, front center, is joined by her Bravette teammates during the national letter of intent signing to play basketball at Clarke University on Monday, Feb. 7. Shanae is the fifth Montezuma player in the last five years to continue her basketball career at the collegiate level. The others are Trey Shearer, Truman State; Cole Watts, Simpson; Dylan Holland, Simpson; and Elise Boulton, Simpson.