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Khaleann and Audrey-Ann Officially Become Commodores



129; creation-date=Khaleann and Audrey-Ann Caron-Goudreau have officially signed their National Letters of Intent to attend Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN.

The signing firms up the verbal commitment the twins from Gatineau, QC made back in early September.

Vanderbilt Commodores Women’s Basketball Head Coach, Melanie Balcomb, expressed her optimism about having the girls wearing Commodore black and gold via press release.

“Khaléann and Audrey are two of the most versatile 6-foot-3 players in the country,” said Balcomb. “With our up-tempo game, both will be outstanding additions because each of them loves to run the floor and use their athleticism in transition.”

The Caron-Goudreau sisters are set to embark on their final high school season with IMG Academies in Bradenton, FL as they look to help their team add to an already impressive 2012-2013 season.

According to IMG, Audrey-Ann averaged 12.1 points per game while sister Khaleann averaged 9.3, each helping their school team to a 42-8 record last season.

Coach Balcomb took the time to speak glowingly about what attracted her about the sisters, and made them such prized recruits.

“Audrey has a mental toughness you can’t teach, and she is one of the fiercest competitors you will see. She can score in a number of ways, is outstanding on the boards, and plays with a great deal of confidence. She loves the physical part of the game and competes at an extremely high level on both ends of the floor.”

“Khaléann is very skilled, has a high-level basketball IQ, and is an excellent rebounder. She can defend with her size and length, and her upside is tremendous. With her work ethic and skill set, the sky is the limit for her at the next level.”