MOBILE, Ala. – University of South Alabama women’s basketball standout Antoniette Lewis has signed a professional contract with ACS KSE Targu Secuiesc in Romania, as announced by the franchise on Tuesday. 

“I’m so excited for Nette,” said head women’s basketball coach Terry Fowler. “She has shared the dream of playing professionally since we began recruiting her as a senior at Harding Academy.  To see the work she has put in during her time at South Alabama, I’m not surprised that this day has finally arrived. Nette is a continual learner and having the experience to play in Europe is another step in her journey. JagNation is so proud of her and we wish her all the best!”

Lewis left her mark in the Mitchell Center as just the third individual in program history to surpass 1,000 points, 1,000 rebounds and 100 blocks in a career. In all, she totaled 1,559 points, 1,091 rebounds, 237 blocks, 148 assists and 142 steals while shooting 53.3 percent from the floor. Additionally, Lewis ranked in the top five at USA in blocks (second), rebounds (third), double-doubles and points (fourth).

The former Jaguar received multiple awards throughout her career including being named conference player of the week six times over the last four years along with all-league honors on three different occasions. In 2019 Lewis was named to SBC all-tournament team. 


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