CORVALLIS – Oregon State signee Greta Kampschroeder has been named a McDonald’s All-American, the company announced Tuesday afternoon.
This marks the third-straight year the Beavers’ signing class has featured a McDonald’s All-American, as Kampschroeder will join fellow honorees Sasha Goforth (2020) and Kennedy Brown (2019) on the Oregon State squad next season.
Overall 48 high school seniors – comprising the top 24 girls and 24 boys in the country – were selected as All-Americans by a committee of basketball experts from more than 700 nominated players. While the honorees won’t face off on the court this year due to COVID-19, a virtual celebration is being planned to give these incredible student-athletes the shine they deserve for their accomplishments and dedication to basketball.
Kampschroeder is a five-star recruit and is the No. 8 recruit in the nation according to Blue Star Media. She is the Collegiate Girls Basketball Report’s No. 3 shooting guard in the class. Kampschroeder is a two-time All-State First Team honoree in Illinois, and has been a team captain since her sophomore season. She was named to the Naperville Herald All-Area Team three times, and helped lead her high school to a Regional title in 2020, the first for the program in 15 years.
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