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Baldwin center Anajah Brown signs NLI with Siena

Anajah Brown

Baldwin School senior center and basketball captain Anajah Brown signed her National Letter of Intent Nov. 13 to play basketball for Siena College.

Brown is a 1,000 point scorer who received first team All-Main Line and All-Inter-Ac honors last winter as well as second team all-state recognition. As a junior, she averaged 19.4 points per game, 4.3 blocks per contest and 10.8 rebounds per game.

Brown is Baldwin’s all-time shot block and rebound leader and was the recipient of the Baldwin School’s prestigious Pat West Award as a sophomore. She has played for Philly Triple Threat, K-Low Elite, and Book and Basketball AAU programs.
She was one of four student-athletes who signed their National Letter of Intent Nov. 13 to play women’s basketball for Siena.

Anajah is joined by family members as she signs her National Letter of Intent with Siena Nov. 13.

“Anajah adds a great post presence with this class,” said Siena head coach Ali Jaques. “She is a great finisher, rebounder, and shot blocker. She is an extremely accomplished young lady on the court and in the classroom. She is everything we look for in a back to the basket post, and we are grateful she picked Siena. Her AAU program, Books and Basketball, created opportunities for us to evaluate her over the summer, and we are grateful for all of their hard work.

“I am so proud and excited about this recruiting class. During one of the most challenging atmospheres and a complete shift in the business of recruiting, this class is one of our strongest yet.  I am grateful to the relationships we have built with their coaches and families, as it took a lot of trust and communication for us to sign the class we have.  They are extremely academic and motivated young women, socially aware, and ready to make an impact on the Siena community as well as our basketball court.

“This class has put a lot of trust and faith in our staff and our community at Siena.  They didn’t get to experience the typical visiting and summer recruiting experience that other classes have.  I give them, their families, and their coaches a lot of credit for helping them find the right fit for their futures, even if it was in a very unconventional way. The future is bright for the Siena Saints.”


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