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Karen Del Carpio, Davie, Fla.; Vickie Dolan, Olathe, Kan.; Brittany Green, Bentonville, Ark., and Ashtyn Snider, Tehachapi, Calif., have signed letters of intent to play women's basketball at Bethany College for the 2012-2013 academic year.
Del Carpio, a five-foot-seven guard is transferring to Bethany from Southeast Community College, where they ended their season in eighth place at the national tournament. Prior to college, Del Carpio attended Western High School. She earned the Most Valuable Player award her senior year and was accepted to play in the All-Star Game.
Del Carpio is the daughter of Andres and Jakie Pinero and plans to major in business administration.
Dolan, a five-foot-six guard, comes to Bethany from Olathe South High School where she played basketball. She earned honorable mention honors and her team were the 2010 state champions. In 2012 the team finished fourth in the 6A State Tournament with a 21-4 overall record. During Dolan's senior year, she shot 46% from the field and 44% from three-point range.
In addition to basketball, Dolan was also involved in AVID and SASH Club. She is the daughter of Tom and Lisa Dolan and plans to major in elementary education.
Green, a six-foot-one center, is transferring to Bethany from McPherson College. Prior to college she attended Gentry High School in Gentry, Ark., where she played basketball. Her senior year statistics include 8.6 points per game and 5.8 rebounds per game.
In addition to basketball Green also played volleyball and ran track. She is the daughter of Michael and Judy Green and plans to major in sports management.
Snider, a five-foot-ten forward, comes to Bethany from Tehachapi High School, where she played basketball. Her senior year statistics include 5.4 points per game and 6.4 rebounds per game.
In addition to basketball, Snider also ran cross country and track and participated in swimming. She was a member of Link Crew, ASB and Christ to Live. Snider is the daughter of David and Suzette Snider and plans to major in occupational therapy.
Head Women's Basketball Coach Jim Campion says, "We are very pleased to have these four student-athletes become a part of our basketball program. These four players will bring a combination of skill and work ethic to help elevate our program to the next level."