On January 29th, Lyneé Belton (’14) was named to the East Coast team for the 2014 McDonald’s All-American game.
Lyneé Belton has accomplished much throughout her high school career, leading Bullis to the ISL AA tournament championship and earning second-team All-Met honors last year. This season, the 6 foot 2 star is averaging 21.5 points a game after recently returning to the Bulldog squad from a concussion due to a concussion that cost her the first 12 games of her season. Lyneé has made a tremendous comeback, willing to put her heart and soul into the team with pride, while knowing all the support she has accumulated over the years. Belton says, “From here I plan to represent my family, school, AAU team and my future college in these games by trying my best and working hard prior and throughout them”.
Belton will take these achievements to the #2 girls' basketball squad in the country next year - Duke University. Bullis is proud to have such a dedicated and skilled player in their ranks, and the community will stay tuned to their televisions to watch Lyneé play on the big stage in the future.