Lady Eagle Basketball Player Nokomis Cabrera Signs Scholarship

MSJC women's basketball player Nokomis Cabrera signed a scholarship today to continue her education and playing career next year at The University of Antelope Valley.kokosigns1-17.jpg

Cabrera was a Second Team All Pacific Coast Athletic Conference performer this season for the Lady Eagles.  She averaged 9.6 points per game, 5.5 rebounds, and 2.4 assists per contest while helping her team to an overall record of 26-5 and a trip to the Sweet Sixteen of the State Tournament. Nokomis made over 100 three point shots in her two year career at MSJC. Cabrera along with fellow sophomores Crystal Malveaux and Randi Johnson set the all time record at MSJC for wins in a career with 56.  In Cabrera's two years as a Lady Eagle the team had a record of 56-7 and made an appearance in the State Final Eight in her freshman season.  During her freshman season she also helped MSJC capture the PCAC championship.

kokosigns2-17.jpgThe University of Antelope Valley is an NAIA school located in Lancaster, California.  The Pioneers are members of the California Pacific Conference.  They are coming off a season where they went 19-7 overall and 11-4 in their conference.  UAV also played five games last season against NCAA Division I teams.

"Koko was a pleasure to have over the past two years", said MSJC Head Coach Chris Mozga.  "She really came a long way as a complete player."  "Everybody knew she could really shoot it, but she worked really hard to improve other parts of her game which made her very valuable to us, she had a whole lot to do with us going 56-7 over these past two seasons."  "She will be missed around here, but I have a lot of confidence that she will thrive in her new program".


MSJC women's basketball player Nokomis Cabrera (pictured above with her parents) signed a scholarship today to continue her education and playing career next season at The University of Antelope Valley.  Cabrera was a Second Team All Conference player this season for the Lady Eagles and helped the team to a 56-7 record over two seasons.