Annie Ramil Signs Letter Of Intent To Play BU Basketball With Her SistersPosted: Updated:
Binghamton High School Senior Annie Ramil signed her letter of intent to attend and play basketball at Binghamton University next season with her two sisters Olivia and Jodi-Marie.
Ramil scored 1,059 points throughout her basketball career at Binghamton High School and nearly 900 of those points were all scored her Junior and Senior year. The small forward was all smiles today as she thanked her family, teachers and coaches for all their support and love throughout the years. She even shared a very special moment with her father. As she held back tears, she stated "I can't tell you how thankful I am to have you as my dad.. I went from a small, lengthy girl to a stronger and mentally tough athlete and person because of you. You and mom are both my role-models and I strive to be like you both, every day... I will never not be amazed by how loving and caring you both are and I love you both with all my heart." She expressed how close her family is and how important they are to her, considering Annie is 1 out of 6 children. "I don't know if you guys know this, but I have 36 cousins and they're all younger, to play in front of them and my grandma and grandpa, I don't think there's another team that can say they can play in front of their home town at a division I college, with their two sisters, it's extremely special and I'm excited." Stated Annie.
Annie Ramil fell in love with basketball in the second grade and it's been a dream of hers to play at the division I level ever since. Not only has she achieved that dream, but she will also being wearing a Lady Bearcats jersey with her two old sisters, as they will share their dream together on the same court next season. "It's a dream come true, I couldn't imagine anything better than this. Since we've played basketball, we have worked out together every day and now to actually play together and bring BU to the program that it's going to be, we're really excited." Stated Annie.
Ramil's two sisters transferred from Georgetown University in 2017 and considering NCAA rules require transfers to sit out a season, all three of the Ramil sisters will make their Binghamton University debut's next year for the 2018-19 season.