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CFCC women’s basketball alumna participated in WNBA Combine

Nyjanique “Ny” LangleyWilmington, NC – Cape Fear Community College (CFCC) congratulates women’s basketball alumna Nyjanique “Ny” Langley, who participated in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) Combine held in Cleveland, Ohio, on Saturday, April 6. This milestone represents a monumental step in her journey from junior college-level champion to professional basketball prospect.

Following an integral contribution to CFCC Women’s Basketball triumph in the 2019 Region 10 Conference Championship and their third-place finish in the National Junior College Association (NJCAA) Tournament, Ny transferred to Duquesne University. After wanting to be closer to family, Ny transferred to Virginia Union University (VUU) to complete her collegiate basketball career. Her outstanding performance at VUU caught the eye of scouts from the WNBA and international professional basketball leagues.

“I am incredibly thankful for the opportunity to showcase my skills in front of so many renowned coaches and recruiters,” said Langley. “I have submitted my applications to be considered for the WNBA draft, and I am ready to seize the opportunity. Basketball is a beautiful thing that brings important people into your life, and I will always cherish my time at CFCC.”

“We’re immensely proud to see our former player participate in the WNBA Combine,” said Jim Morton, CFCC President. “This reflects her hard work. It’s a proud moment for our community, and we’re excited to see what the future holds for her.”

The combine allowed Langley to showcase her skills and abilities to WNBA coaches and scouts. Langley is now waiting to see the results of the upcoming WNBA draft, which will take place on Monday, April 15.

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