Prep girls basketball: Northwestern's Plasch signs with Bemidji State

The Tigers' leading scorer last season committed to play basketball at the Division II school recently.

Northwestern’s Tieryn Plasch signs her National Letter of Intent
Northwestern’s Tieryn Plasch signs her National Letter of Intent to play college basketball for Bemidji State University.
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MAPLE — Northwestern's Tieryn Plasch signed her National Letter of Intent to play basketball for NCAA Division II Bemidji State Univeristy.

Plasch, the Tigers leading scorer last season, led the entire Heart O' North conference in scoring with 22 points per game. The senior guard went over the 1,000 point threshold for career scoring last season.

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