Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu was also a high school basketball superstar
MaxPreps 2015-16 Player of the Year at Miramonte became first NCAA player to notch 2,000 points, 1,000 rebounds, 1,000 assists.
Video: Sabrina Ionescu high school highlights
Watch the Oregon All-American at Miramonte.
The high school legend of Sabrina Ionescu has now risen to the college ranks. And after Monday's spectacular dual performance in Los Angeles and Palo Alto — all while fighting back the flu — it's hard to imagine her star power could rise much more.
Her high school coach Kelly Sopak said it most certainly will.
Sopak not only coached Ionescu through a brilliant prep career at Miramonte (Orinda, Calif.), which culminated with the 2015-16 MaxPreps National Girls Basketball Player of the Year award and McDonald's All-American Game Most Valuable Player trophy, but he also guided her as far back as a third-grade CYO player. ...
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