Recruiting report: All-Nebraska captain Chloe Dworak has pair of Division I offers

Chloe Dworak averaged 17.3 points per game this past season while leading Lincoln Christian to the Class C-1 state title.

Most followers of girl's basketball are familiar with Lincoln Christian's Chloe Dworak. The 5-foot-6 junior guard led the Lady Crusaders to a 28-2 record and the Class C-1 state title this past season.

Dworak averaged 17.3 points, 4.8 assists and 2.8 rebounds per game during the 2016-17 season. The captain of the 2017 All-Nebraska basketball team, she has scored 1,483 points for her high school career.

Although Christian will lose some players due to graduation, expectations remain the same for the Crusaders.

“Our goals remain the same,” Dworak said. “It will be harder because we lost some good players but our goals are the same.”

Dworak currently has two scholarship offers, both at the Division I level. Lehigh offered in March, and Eastern Illinois offered on Tuesday.

“I’m just taking the whole (recruiting) process in stride and trying to get better this spring and summer," Dworak said.

Dworak is playing this summer for All Nebraska Attack and looks at that team as an opportunity to get better and gain more exposure.

“We have some really good girls on the team and I’m excited to play with them more while getting to know them better,” Dworak said.

Dworak isn’t in a rush to make a decision as to which school she will attend after high school. She does know that hospital administration or public relations will most likely be her major.

“I want to go to a good academic school that has good coaches and somewhere I will fit in with my teammates," she said. "I want to feel at home.”

Mike is a prep recruiting specialist for The World-Herald. Follow him on Twitter @MikeSautterOWH. Phone: 402-444-1335.

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