Rams Women's Hoops Continues Roster Rebuild with Bonnarens
Division II standout Jamie Bonnarens has signed with Colorado State women’s basketball head coach Ryun Williams announced Monday. The 6-foot guard/forward will have two years of eligibility remaining after averaging 16 points per game and shooting 40 percent from the field in two seasons at Cameron University in Lawton, Okla.
"Jamie is just a very good basketball player with a very strong skill set," Williams said in a release. "I love the fact that she can shoot it and she can score it. All that, combined with being a very good student and a young lady of high character, and you can see why she will be a great addition to our roster."
Bonnarens was an all-conference selection in each of her two seasons at Cameron, earning First-Team All-LSC (Lone Star Conference) honors for the 2017 season. Last season, Bonnarens led the league in scoring at 17.8 points per contest, while also averaging 3.1 assists and 7.4 rebounds.
The Cache, Okla. native is a chemistry major and was one of five athletes honored on the LSC All-Academic team in 2017.
Bonnarens was a multi-sport athlete at Cache High School, playing golf, basketball and softball. The versatile athlete was a four-time all-conference selection on the hardwood, a three-time state qualifier on the links and played catcher and shortstop for the softball team.
With the addition of Bonnarens, Williams has 11 players signed with scholarship agreements. Tatum Neubert recently announced she would be transferring to CSU from Louisiana State University.