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Cairnduff leaves BGSU women's basketball program (5-22-13) PDF Print E-mail
Written by By Sentinel Sports Staff   
Wednesday, 22 May 2013 21:17
ALLENDALE, Mich. — Grand Valley State women’s basketball head coach Janel Burgess announced that sophomore Bailey Cairnduff will join the Lakers for the 2013-14 season after one year at Division I Bowling Green State. Cairnduff will be eligible to play in the upcoming season.
Originally from Morley, Mich., Cairnduff returns to her home state after playing 32 games for the Falcons her freshman season. The 5-10 guard was the co-recipient of the team’s Scholar Athlete of the Year award for excellent work in the classroom, while also making a contribution to the Falcon line up.  She was third on BGSU’s stat sheet with 24 three-pointers.  She shot 30.8 percent from long range and an exception 94.4 percent from the charity stripe, going 34-of-36.  Cairnduff average 4.7 points and 1.5 rebounds per game and scored in double digits four times during the season.
Cairnduff was a standout at Morley Stanwood, finishing her career as the school’s all-time leading scorer with 1,663 career points.  During her senior year, both the volleyball and basketball teams won state championships.  In her final year as a Mohawk, she was named a Class C All-State first team selection and named one of the 10 “Best of the Best” basketball player sin the state by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan. Cairnduff earned the Big Rapids Pioner Dream Team Player of the Year in each of her final seasons and helped Morley Stanwood to a 101-4 mark in her four seasons.
 

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