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UCLA Women’s Basketball: McDonald’s All-American Lindsey Corsaro Signs Grant-In-Aid

Corsaro, who originally committed to Kentucky, chose UCLA after re-opening her recruitment in April.

High School Basketball: McDonald's All-American Games
McDonald’s HS All-American East player and new UCLA recruit Lindsay Corsaro (in red) guards Sabrina Ionescu (#20).
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Earlier this week, UCLA Women’s Basketball head coach Cori Close announced that McDonald’s All-American guard Lindsey Corsaro has signed a grant-in-aid and will attend UCLA starting this summer.

In the announcement on the official site, Close called Corsaro "a phenomenal student-athlete, a versatile guard and a high-impact level player [who] comes from a tremendous family and we’re excited to have her join our Bruin family."

After tearing her left ACL at the end of her junior season, Corsaro was able to get back on the court in time for Roncalli High’s season opener. In her senior season, she averaged more than 25 points per game and was named the Indiana Comeback Player of the Year, which is given to only one player statewide across all sports.

Corsaro originally committed to Kentucky, but re-opened her commitment in April and chose UCLA over Baylor, Indiana, Michigan, Texas, Tennessee and Washington.

Corsaro will join the UCLA Women’s Basketball team for their August tour of Australia.

Welcome to Westwood, Lindsey!

Go Bruins!!!