LINDSBORG — Another day, another addition for Bethany College women’s basketball coach Brett Morehouse, who has been burning up the recruiting trail.
His latest acquisition is Destiny Dyson of Princeton, Texas, who has signed a letter of intent with the Swedes.
Dyson is a 5-8 transfer guard from from Crowder College. She attended Lone Star High School in Frisco, Texas, and God's Academy in Lake Dallas, Texas. She played junior varsity basketball as a freshman, and started varsity her sophomore through senior years. Dyson also competed in track for four years in high school, and will run track at Bethany as well.
"Bethany women's basketball is pleased to announce the signing of Destiny Dyson," Morehouse said. "When Destiny and her family visited this spring, it was clear that our campus would provide a great place for her to continue her education. We love that she is a hard-working student who has already demonstrated the ability to balance academics and athletics at the college level. As a basketball player, Destiny is very coachable and can play multiple guard positions. She is explosive off the dribble and is as effective at scoring and drawing fouls as she is setting up teammates with her passing. Destiny will also help us on the defensive end, where her foot speed and length will allow us to put more pressure on the ball than we have in the past two seasons. We look forward to helping Destiny develop as a person and as a player over the next three years."
The daughter of Robert and Tammy Dyson, Destiny has a 3.25 grade point average and plans to major in business.