The Dallas Wings have today signed Opals and Adelaide Lightning guard Nicole Seekamp.
The 26-year-old originally from South Australia, has a big year ahead having just come off a WNBL Finals series as well as planning her upcoming wedding. This will only make it greater as she prepares for her potential debut WNBA season with the Wings, although details of her agreement have not been disclosed.
Earning a gold medal with the Opals at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in 2018, she would go on to star with the Adelaide Lightning, becoming a hero in Game 2 of the recent Finals series against the Canberra Capitals by making a shot on the buzzer to steal the win.
What a moment last night! Re-live @NicoleSeekamp35's game winner for @AdelLightning in Game 2 of the 2018/19 Grand Final series!— WNBL (@WNBL) February 13, 2019
Game 3 will be hosted by @UCCapitals on Saturday evening at 5pm local time! #WNBL19Finals pic.twitter.com/gA6ovSlVGv
She now will get the chance to train with the Wings and take her already glittering career to the next level in the WNBA. Seekamp will also reunite with fellow Opal Cayla George who is already on Dallas’ roster for 2019.
Seekamp previously played college ball for the University of South Dakota from 2011 to 2016 before returning to Australia for a stint in the QBL and WNBL.