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(11-13-20) Minster’s Ivy Wolf signed her letter of intent this week to continue her education and basketball career at Miami University. Wolf has had quite a career at Minster. She has won the Midwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year two years in a row.

courtesy of Miami University Athletic Department

Miami head coach DeUnna Hendrix talked about the three new RedHawks who signed National Letters of Intent to join the RedHawks program next year, Katey Richason (Zionsville (Ind) HS), Ivy Wolf and Maddi Cluse (Nordonia HS) will bolster the RedHawk roster in the fall of 2021.

“Maddi, Ivy, and Katey can’t get to Oxford soon enough! They are all proven winners who understand the importance of team. This class thrives on competition, is highly motivated, and has a work ethic that is second to none. There is no doubt they will bring those things and help elevate our program. We are excited about adding their skill, versatility, and toughness to our already gritty group. Miami women’s basketball just got better. It’s a great time to be a RedHawk.”

Ivy Wolf, Point Guard, 5-8, Minster, Ohio (Minster)
High School: Currently attends Minster High School … coached by Mike Wiss … OHSAA Division IV State Champion in 2018 and 2019… first-team Division IV all-state and district selection this past season as the Wildcats reached the state semifinals before the season was halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic… Midwest Athletic Conference Player of the Year in 2019 and 2020. … Has averaged 14.4 PPG and 3.6 SPG…shot 37% from 3 throughout her career …Holds school record for most points in a single game (36), most points in a single season (515) … team captain all four years on varsity. Personal: Full name is Ivy Wolf … born on April 25, 2003 … daughter of Shelly and James …sister, Delanie,  played basketball at Ashland University … brother Ethan played college football at Tennessee, and had stints with various NFL practice teams (Rams, Colts, Saints, Titans) … Brother Eli played football at University of Tennessee and Georgia, and is currently on the practice team for Baltimore Ravens … Mom played basketball at Ohio Northern.

High School coach, Mike Wiss, on Wolf:

“Ivy has been a varsity starter since being a freshman at Minster.   From at one time just being a really good basketball player, to now being a leader on and off the floor and a student of the game, I am proud to have been a small part of Ivy’s development.   Her studying, learning and understanding the game has has really taken off.   She loves it.   Her skills often speak for themselves but the hard work and sweat that goes into developing those skills is what others don’t witness.   Her development of body strength and agility is outstanding.   And she’s considered even a better person than a basketball player.   Miami got a good one here.”

Dayton Lady Hoopstars, Logan Allen, on Wolf:

“The best part of today is Ivy officially finding a place she is passionate about and comfortable within for her continued growth as a student-athlete and young person. Today is special. Ivy understands this already. Having known her for almost the entirety of her basketball career, I am 100% certain of her excitement to be a Redhawk. The coolest part to me will be over the coming years what the Miami University community will begin to uncover about the dedicated athlete, relentless competitor, and compassionate teammate they have inherited. I’m happy for her and the fit. As Ivy turns the page to this new chapter, she’s ready for every ounce of the work in front of her. It will be fun, and worth it.”