- Brendan C. Hall, Reporter, ESPNBoston.com
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Rivers School forward Kristen Daley has verbally committed to the University of Pennsylvania, the school announced.
Daley is the second Massachusetts high school player to commit to Penn's girls basketball program this week, joining Braintree's Ashley Russell.
Courtesy of Rivers School communications assistant Jimmy Kelley, here is the school's official release:
WESTON, Mass. -– On June 21, standout forward Kristen Daley '15 of The Rivers School committed to play Division I basketball for the University of Pennsylvania upon graduation. A resident of Sharon, Kristen has been a member of the varsity basketball team for three years and been an All-Independent School League player twice.
"Kristen is a great player and has been an integral part of the Rivers School basketball program for the past three seasons. We are all very excited for her," said Rivers head coach and Associate Athletic Director Bob Pipe.
In addition to her two All-ISL selections, she has also twice been recognized as an All-New England player. Rivers has amassed a record of 68-9 over her career, which includes the 2012 NEPSAC Class B Championship.
Kristen is the younger sister of Emilee Daley '13 who currently plays for the women's basketball team at Boston College.