In their recent rankings for the 2021 High School Girls’ Basketball prospects, ESPN deemed three-star guard junior Daniella Aronsky the 37th best point guard in the nation.
“Even though my goals are generally team-oriented and winning is the most important thing to me, it always makes me feel good to receive individual recognition because I know how much hard work I put into improving my game,” Aronsky said.
Appreciate the write up on ESPN and the #37 national, positional ranking. Going to keep working hard until all my dreams come true! #classof2021 🏀 @espnW @ESPN_WomenHoop @CGBR27https://t.co/IdgJiAPRJu pic.twitter.com/wjjCatJqiS— Daniella Aronsky (@DaniellaAronsky) May 20, 2020
This past season Aronsky averaged 13.0 points per game and 10.0 assists per game to help lift the Patriots to another state title. In her senior year, Aronsky hopes to accomplish the same result and continue to move up the rankings as the Patriots vie for their fourth consecutive state championship.
“I’m proud to be ranked 37th, but I plan on moving up the list in my senior year,” Aronsky said.