COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Former University of Michigan women's basketball player Carmen Reynolds (2009-12) has signed a contract to play professionally for CAB Madeira for the upcoming season.
CAB Madeira, located on the island of Madeira, is part of the Liga Feminina. It is considered the top Portuguese league for women.
"Carmen is an athlete who complements the rest of our squad very well given her versatility and wide array of offensive skills," CAB Madeira head coach Paulo Freitas said. "One of the aspects I indentified in her game is her leadership. She is also an outstanding shooter who can create a lot of problems for opposing teams, whether playing close to the basket or outside."
Reynolds recently wrapped up her career at Michigan in 2011-12, graduating as U-M's career leader in three-point field goals made (205) and ranking second in three-point field goal percentage (.389) and three-point field goal attempts (527). She ranks 12th all-time at Michigan with 1,167 career points.
Madeira is a subtropical island under the flag of Portugal. It is located off the coast of Morocco. CAB Madeira finished fourth out of 12 teams in the league last season.
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