Tuloso-Midway guard Cami Horman had quite the senior year on the basketball court.
Horman, an All-Region IV-4A player, helped lead the Cherokees to their first regional tournament since 2008 and broke the school record for made 3-pointers (88) while averaging 12.7 points and 2.4 assists per game.
It was the perfect way for the T-M point guard to close her playing days. But thanks to Concordia University, those days are not over yet.
Horman signed with the Division III Tornados last week and will take her talents to Austin.
“I’m really excited that I get to play basketball and continue my education at Concordia,” she said. “I love Austin, so it’s a really exciting experience for me.”
It was only recently that the sharp-shooting Horman chose her future school. The Tornadoes contacted the senior – who originally planned on continuing her education at Texas State – and after checking out the campus, Horman knew Concordia was the place for her.
“I really decided after I visited the campus,” she said. “I really loved the way it looked, and it felt right. So, about a week, two weeks ago (I decided)…I didn’t intend to play basketball (before, but) Concordia just felt like it fit.”
The Tornadoes went 11-15 overall last season and 9-13 in American Southwest Conference play. Horman is ready to step on campus and contribute however she can.
“I want to just help the team as best as I can, get a conference ring maybe,” she said. “And just get better and better as I go.”