North Central Missouri College Women’s Basketball Player Ianara Morbidoni from Ceres, Argentina, is the first women’s basketball player from Argentina to play in a National Tournament in the United States.

Translated from Ceres “The Player who emerged in women’s basketball from the Club Atletico Ceres Union lives by far her best year of women’s college basketball in the cathedral of basketball. Ianara’s great season on The Pirates of North Central Missouri College of Missouri College has led the player born in the city, to be the first Argentine women’s basketball player to be part of the national tournaments in the United States, a sporting milestone for the city and county.” (Translated to English by Amy Currie)

Jenni Croy, Head NCMC Women’s Basketball Coach, said, “Iani is the first women’s basketball we’ve had from Argentina. We are so glad that Iani chose to transfer to NCMC for her sophomore season.  She puts in work each and every day to improve her game on both ends of the floor.  I am extremely excited for her and so glad she accomplished this with her team and for her country.”

The NCMC Women’s Basketball team head to the National Tournament to compete for the Division II Championship March 21-25 in Port Huron, Michigan. The NCMC Lady Pirates will face Pima Community College on Tuesday, March 21st, at noon in their first game.

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