Lapel’s Bree Boles has decommitted from Indiana, according to her mother, Michelle.
Boles, a 6-foot-2 junior, was offered a scholarship by Curt Miller’s staff at the end of her eighth grade year in 2014. Miller resigned later that summer and Teri Moren was hired, but Boles remained committed to IU at that time.
But on Thursday, Boles decommitted, and this weekend she took a visit to Kent State. Todd Starkey, who was on Moren’s staff at IU for two years, was hired as the Golden Flashes’ head coach in April.
“The entire coaching staff that recruited her is gone,” Michelle Boles said Sunday in a text message. “She no longer feels it is the right fit for her and wants to explore her options. This was a very difficult decision.
“We are very thankful for all of the opportunities IUWBB has given her and the connections she has been able to build because of her relationship with IU. We wish Coach Moren and her staff all the best.”
Boles is currently ranked by ESPN as the No. 10 post in the 2018 class. She averaged 19.3 points, 8.8 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game as a sophomore for Lapel.