Edmond Memorial's Alie Decker commits to Wichita State
Edmond Memorial girls basketball star Alie Decker had a tough decision to make about where she wanted to go college.
Her final two choices were Wichita State and Tulsa. The Shockers program has shown interest in Decker since her freshman year. Former Memorial coach Shane Coffey is now an assistant at Tulsa.
Though Decker put the Golden Hurricane back in the mix with the hiring of Coffey, she decided to commit to Wichita State last weekend because of her relationship with the coaching staff.
Decker averaged more than 17 points and eight rebounds per game in her junior season in helping the Bulldogs to the state semifinals.
Decker was also receiving interest from several schools in the Big 12
and Big Ten. The Wichita State staff finished its third year together and the Shockers were eliminated in the first round of the WNIT.
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