Presley Hudson WMU Women's Basketball

On Tuesday, WMU women’s basketball announced Presley Hudson as the new director of player development and operations.

Hudson will join the Broncos after a decorated four year career at in-state rival Central Michigan. Hudson is the CMU all-time career leader in points (2,309), assists (643), three pointers (407) and free throw percentage (.924). During her career with the Chippewas, she was a three-time First Team All-MAC selection and is one of only six players in NCAA history with more than 400 career three pointers.

  After her time with the Chippewas, Hudson went on to play in the WNBA for the Seattle Storm before signing a contract with the Politechnika Gdanska in Gdańsk, Poland.

"This is a really terrific addition to our staff. What I saw out of Presley over the course of her career is exactly why I'm excited she is on our staff," Clipfell said in the team's press release. "She has benefited from our game and has a lot she can give back."

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