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Indiana women’s basketball lands class of 2023 guard Lenee Beaumont

<p>The IU women&#x27;s basketball team huddles before the start of its game against Wisconsin on Jan. 10, 2021, in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Class of 2023 guard Lenee Beaumont committed to Indiana per her Twitter account on Thursday.</p>

The IU women's basketball team huddles before the start of its game against Wisconsin on Jan. 10, 2021, in Simon Skjodt Assembly Hall. Class of 2023 guard Lenee Beaumont committed to Indiana per her Twitter account on Thursday.

Lenee Beaumont, a guard from Lisle, Illinois, committed to Indiana women’s basketball on Thursday. She is the first recruit from the class of 2023 to join the Hoosiers.

Beaumont, who recently wrapped up her junior season of high school, helped lead Benet Academy to a fourth-place finish in the 4A Illinois girls' basketball tournament, the highest class in the state.

For her performances, Beaumont was voted to the 4A All-State first team after averaging 15 points, 4.7 rebounds and 4 assists on the season. She also averaged more than two 3-pointers made per game.

Beaumont received offers from seven other Big Ten programs in addition to traditional national powerhouses such as the University of Tennessee.

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