Lady Lion recruit plays in McDonald's High School All-American Game

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. -- Penn State signee Candice Agee (Victorville, Calif.) accounted for seven points and seven rebounds, but the West squad dropped a 79-78 decision in the 2012 McDonald's Girls All-American game Wednesday (March 28) for the West team. Bashaara Graves made one of two free throws with 0.3 seconds remaining to give the East the win.

Agee is the fourth McDonald's All-American in school history and will be the third on the 2012-13 Lady Lion roster, joining Maggie Lucas (Narberth, Pa.) and Dara Taylor (Wilmington, Del.).

Agee is a highly touted recruit, ranking 34th by ESPN/HoopGurlz, 38th by Collegiate Girls Report, 17th by Blue Star Basketball and 40th by All-Star Girls Report and Peach State. Agee is also a 2012 WBCA High School All-America honorable mention. She is a three-time Desert Sky League first team selection and was the league's Most Valuable Player as a junior. Additionally, she was the Daily Press Girls' Athlete of the Year. Agee was named to the All-Region first team as a junior. The center played her AAU ball with West Coast Premier. Agee also plays volleyball at Silverado High School.

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Last Updated March 30, 2012