Langhorne Native, Villanova Guard Commits to Play Basketball for Drexel University

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Mullin continues her basketball career at Drexel University.

A basketball player form Bucks County is continuing her career in the sport as she transfers to play for another major college’s team. Gustav Elvin wrote about the player for The Philadelphia Inquirer.

Brooke Mullin, who has played as a guard for Villanova University’s Wildcats, has just signed on to play as a Dragon for Drexel University. Just last season, Mullin averaged 3.5 points, 2.7 rebounds, and 3.5 assists in just under 27 minutes.

Mullin got her start in the sport playing at Neshaminy High School, located in Langhorne. Back in 2019, she was named the Bucks County player of the year after scoring 1,300 points for her team.

The local player comes from a family of athletic renown. Her uncle, Chris Mullin, played 16 seasons for the Golden State Warriors and Indiana Pacers.

Now approaching her last season of collegiate basketball, Mullin is looking to cement her name in the sport.

Read more about Mullin in The Philadelphia Inquirer.


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