Northeastern State head women's basketball coach Fala Bullock announced the addition of four players to its 2019 recruiting class earlier this week.

Bullock will add Aubrey Brown (Tahlequah), Reagan Brown (Fort Worth, Texas), Satori Roberson (San Diego, Calif.), and Shae Sanchez (Coquitlam, British Columbia) to NSU's roster for the upcoming 2019-20 season.

The RiverHawks will have nine newcomers to their roster with the addition of Zaria Collins (Plano, Texas), Britney Ho (Wichita, Kan.), Isabella Regalado (Sand Springs, Okla.), Tessa Talo-Tomokino (Auckland, New Zealand), and Tahlequah native Jonia Walker being announced in late March.

Brown helped lead Sequoyah to the Class 3A State Tournament semifinals in 2019 while winning back-to-back State championships with the Lady Indians in 2017 and 2018. She played in four straight state tournaments and earned Second Team All-Tournament Honors in the 2017 state tournament…career record at SHS was 99-17…a 2019 Native American All-State nominee, two year member of National Honor Society, and Fellowship of Christian Athletes member.

"Another local product and Sequoyah player joining the RiverHawks program is exciting,” Bullock said. “Aubrey has won two state championships and played on the big stage in our state her entire career. She's a point guard that will grow for the next few years and her IQ and feel for the game will transition well to the MIAA."