Sports

ILCC Women's Basketball Adds 2 Recruits

Mon 5-26-2014




The Iowa Lakes Community College head women’s basketball coach Nicole Bullock is honored to have Shelby Corbin join the Laker basketball program for the 2014-1015 season.

Corbin, a 5-foot-8-inch point guard from Minneota, Minn., was selected to the All-Conference team as a junior and a senior; named team’s Hardest Worker and Most Valuable Defensive Player; was a team captain for two seasons; a starter for 3 team state appearances; 2013 State Champions; 2014 State Runner-ups, and helped compile a total record of 91-6 as a starter for the Vikings. 

“We are so thrilled to have Shelby be a part of our program.  She is great at controlling the floor and will bring instant leadership and toughness to our program,” Bullock stated.  “Her ability to push the ball and defend fills a major void we have had in the past.  She also has the talent to lead a group and run an offense which will make us really tough to play against.”

Corbin also competed in volleyball in high school.  Her team had back-to-back-to-back state appearances, placing as high as third.  She was named team captain as a senior.

Shelby is the daughter of Clark and Jena Corbin.  She is planning to major in Special education at Iowa Lakes.



Iowa Lakes Community College Head Women’s Basketball Coach Nicole Bullock is proud to announce the signing of Asiya Smith to a National Junior College Letter of Intent.  She will be joining the Laker basketball program this fall.

Smith, a 5-foot 7-inch small forward from St. Paul Central High School in St. Paul, Minn., was selected first team All-Conference as a senior; was a key component to her team’s section championship, state tournament appearance, and overall record of 24-6 this past season.

“We are so pleased to announce the signing of Asiya.  She brings instant offense and great versatility to our roster with her ability to shoot the ball and score inside,” Bullock commented.  “She comes from a quality high school program with a winning tradition.  We believe Asiya will have great success here at Iowa Lakes Community College and we can’t wait to get her on campus.”

Asiya is the daughter of Alice Smith and Brian Smith.  She is planning to complete her AA degree at Iowa Lakes.