Posted On: 06/25/20 8:00 AM

Having a family culture in your program is important when it comes to chemistry, as well as motivating players to play for team over self. Players with the opportunity to play with their siblings are provided an opportunity to learn and work together for team success. We have some sisters that are talented and tough to defend in Colorado.

This list will soon grow with the addition of incoming transfers Haley Huard (2021) and Macey Huard (2023), who are headed to Valor Christian from Eastlake High School in Sammamish, Wash. At Valor, they will join an already potent pair of sisters in Kindyll WettaKindyllWetta5'9" | PGValor Christian | 2021StateCO (2021) and Ali WettaAliWetta5'9" | CGValor Christian | 2023CO (2023). There are also incoming freshmen who will farm impact duos at their schools, like Gianna Whiteside (2024) joining older sister Maya WhitesideMayaWhiteside6'0" | SFGeorge Washington | 2021StateCO (2021) at George Washington this winter or Jennifer Altshuler (2024) joining Deb AltshulerDebAltshuler5'8" | CGErie | 2022StateCO at Erie.

For now, let’s take a look at some dynamic duos that stood out in 2019-20.


Alexis GarciaAlexisGarcia5'7" | CGVanguard | 2021StateCO (2021) & Juliana GarciaJulianaGarcia5'6" | SGVanguard | 2023CO (2023), Vanguard

The Garcia sisters are both crafty with the basketball and can make it uncomfortable for teams

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