Make that four for The Sisterhood’s 2024 class.
On Wednesday night, guard Louann Battiston signed her National Letter of Intent to become a Blue Devil, giving Duke four commits for next season. Battiston joins Toby Fournier, Jenessa Cotton and Arianna Roberson — who also announced her commitment Wednesday.
The Belgium native brings an unique perspective to next year’s squad, as the future Blue Devil has spent time playing with Liege, a professional team in her home country. So far this season, the point guard has averaged 12.6 points per game along with 3.8 assists.
Battison has also shown her abilities stateside already, as she was named MVP of the Basketball without Borders Camp this year out of 34 players. Battiston also showed her shooting prowess, leaving as the Three-Point Champion of the camp as well.
Battiston will enter a Duke backcourt that already features Ashlon Jackson, Jadyn Donovan, Oluchi Okananwa, Emma Koabel, Reigan Richardson and Taina Mair.
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