Gillispie commits to Duffy’s program

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Megan Duffy coaches from the sidelines in Marquette’s 94-85 win against St. John’s on Jan. 10.

Marquette women’s basketball head coach Megan Duffy has gained another newcomer. Kendra Gillispie, a wing in the class of 2021, verbally committed to Duffy’s program Sunday afternoon on Twitter.

Williams was originally committed to Ole Miss, but decommitted from the Rebels due to “structural changes” back in April. Marquette offered the 6-foot-2-inch wing an offer in July.

According to ESPN HoopGurlz Recruiting Rankings Top 100, she is the No. 58 player in her class. The four-star recruit is ranked as the No. 9 player at her position per ESPN.

Williams chose the Golden Eagles over offers from Colorado, Kansas, Texas Christian University and Oklahoma State.

The Oklahoma native joins Makiyah Williams as two members of the 2025 class to commit to Marquette.

This story was written by John Leuzzi. He can be reached at john.leuzzi@marquette.edu or on Twitter @JohnLeuzziMU