June 18, 1998
TALLAHASSEE, FL — Florida State women’s basketball sophomore Brooke
Wyckoff is one of just 33 current and former collegiate standouts who has
been invited to attend the 1998 Summer Development Camp and Trials for the
12-member 1998 R. Williams Jones Cup and Select Teams. The Camp will be
held June 22-26 at the United States Olympic Training Center in Colorado
The Summer Development Camp, featuring National Team Head Coach Nell
Fortner and former Olympians, is a new USA Basketball women’s program event
designed to improve the individual international basketball skills of the
elite collegiate athlete. The Camp will also serve as a Trials for two
1998 USA Basketball teams and both teams will be comprised of athletes
eligible to compete in the 1999 World University Games.
Along with Wyckoff, the Trials roster includes Tamika Catchings and
Semeka Randall of National Champion Tennessee as well as four other
Atlantic Coast Conference players: Peppie Browne of Duke and Summer Erb,
Tyneshia Lewis and Chasity Melvin of North Carolina State.
Wyckoff, an ACC all-Freshman Team selection, averaged 9.9 points and a
team-high 8.0 rebounds per game. She also set a new FSU record for career
blocks with 80 swats.