Presley Hudson signs with WNBA's Seattle Storm
Presley Hudson has signed with the Seattle Storm of the WNBA.
The undrafted Hudson, a guard from Wayland, signed with the team and will report to training camp, according to a release from the Storm.
Hudson averaged 20.4 points per game in her senior year with the Chippewas. Her scoring abilities helped CMU earn its second straight appearance in the NCAA Tournament and finish 25-8 overall and 15-3 in the Mid-American Conference.
Zykera Rice and Recee Caldwell also signed with the Storm along side Hudson.
Rice, a forward from Gonzaga, poured in 15 points per game and helped lead the Bulldogs to their first win in the NCAA Tournament since 2015. She also led the team in rebounds (198) and blocks (26). Rice also earned West Coast Conference All-Tournament honors last season.
A guard from California, Caldwell led the team in assists (151) and 3-point field goals (61). She shot over 40 percent in Pac-12 conference play. Caldwell made three stops to Texas Tech and UCLA before finishing her career with the Golden Bears.
The Storm are the defending champion in the WNBA and open training camp on May 5. Seattle opens the season at home on May 25 against the Phoenix Mercury.