SMSU WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: SMSU announces signing for upcoming season

Guard Madison Gehloff joins Mustangs after prep career at Waseca

Independent file photo Waseca’s Madison Gehloff (right) guards Marshall’s Paige Andries during the Section 2AAA championship game on March 7.

MARSHALL – Southwest Minnesota State University head women’s basketball coach Tom Webb announced that Madison Gehloff from Waseca has signed a letter of intent to continue her academic and basketball career at SMSU.

Gehloff was a 5-foot-9, guard at Waseca High School averaged 19.4 points, 6.8 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 2.5 steals per game during her senior season in 2018-19.

“Madison is a versatile guard that has proven she will do whatever it takes to help her team win,” Webb said. “Her motor on the defensive end of the floor and willingness to guard any position fits our defensive identity well. Offensively, Madison has the ability to be a scoring threat at all three levels. We are excited to add her to the Mustang family.”

Gehloff concluded her career scoring 1,983 points and grabbing 937 rebounds, which were both school records. She also finished her career dishing out 323 assists and recording 273 steals. A five-time letter winner, she was a three-time team captain, four-time all-conference honoree, played in the state all-star game and earned all-state accolades. An academic all-state honoree, she was also earned all-conference honors in both volleyball and track & field.

Gehloff is the second 2019 high school graduate to sign with SMSU for the upcoming 2019-20 season, joining guard Sam Wall from Maquoketa Valley High School in Delhi, Iowa.

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