2020 McDonald’s All American Games: Girls Roster Announced

McDonald’s announced the final rosters for the 2020 McDonald’s All American Games. The girl’s roster includes 24 athletes who will play Wednesday, April 1, at the Toyota Center in Houston. The 19th annual Girls Game will air on ESPN2 at 5:00 p.m. ET.

The roster features four players from Maryland, the most represented state. The University of Oregon has the most number of committed players on the roster with five. The coaches:

  • Girls East Team Coach, Fred Sauro of Williamston High School (Williamston, WV)
  • Girls West Coach, Karen Self of Seton Catholic Prep (Chandler, AZ)

The co-founder of the McDonald’s All American Games, Morgan Wootten, passed away on Tuesday.

“Morgan made an indelible mark on the sport of basketball and leaves behind an enduring legacy with the McDonald’s All American Games,” Joe Erlinger, President, McDonald’s USA said. “For more than 40 years Morgan was an incredible partner and maintained his commitment to the Games, serving as chairman of the Selection Committee. He impacted generations of players and the game of basketball is better because of him.”

The All Americans, girls and boys, will showcase their skills on Monday, March 30 at 7 p.m. ET during the annual Jam Fest which will be televised on ESPN2. The Jam Fest features a 3-point contest and dunk competition. Houston-area fans can attend the event which takes place at Delmar-Tusa Sports Complex. Tickets are available via EventSprout here: https://www.eventsprout.com/event/2020-powerade-jam-fest.

2020 McDonald’s All American Games Girls Alphabetical Roster

NamePosHgtHigh School (Location)College
Cameron BrinkF6-4Southridge High School (OR)Stanford
Paige BueckersPG5-11Hopkins High School (MN)Connecticut
Kamilla CardosoP6-6Hamilton Heights Christian Academy (TN)Syracuse
Caitlin ClarkPG5-11Dowling Catholic High School (IA)Iowa
Olivia CochranF6-1Carver High School (GA)Louisville
Dalaylah DanielsF6-4Garfield High School (WA)California
Lexi DonarskiPG5-10Aquinas High School (WI)Iowa State
Angela DugalicF6-4Maine West High School (IL)Oregon
Sasha GoforthG6-0Fayetteville High School (AR)Oregon State
Hannah GustersP6-4MacArthur High School (TX)Baylor
Madison HayesG5-10East Hamilton High School (TN)Mississippi State
Treasure HuntW6-2Hamilton Heights Christian Academy (TN)Kentucky
Deja KellyPG5-8Duncanville High School (TX)North Carolina
Mir McLeanW5-11Roland Park Country High School (MD)Connecticut
Te-Hina PaopaoPG5-9La Jolla Country Day School (CA)Oregon
Sydney ParrishG6-0Hamilton Southeastern High School (IN)Oregon
Angel ReeseW6-3St. Frances Academy (MD)Maryland
Eniya RussellPG5-10St. Vincent Pallotti High School (MD)South Carolina
Maddie ScherrG5-11Larry Ryle High School (KY)Oregon
Madison ScottW6-1Bishop McNamara High School (MD)Ole Miss
Hailey Van LithG5-7Cashmere High School (WA)Undecided
Kylee WatsonF6-3Mainland High School (NJ)Oregon
Madeline WestbeldF6-2Fairmont High School (OH)Notre Dame
Priscilla WilliamsG6-2Branson High School (MO)Syracuse
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