Gina Conti
Gina  Conti


Grove City, Ohio

High School:
Grove City





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High School
A four-year member of the basketball team at Grove City High School, was named Ohio Capital Conference Player of the Year last year as a junior while being named First Team All-OCC, First Team All-District, Second Team All-State and First Team All-Metro by the Columbus Dispatch .. Also as a junior led the team in assists, steals and rebounds to go with a team-high 17.3 points per game ... As a sophomore, was named First Team All-OCC and Honorable Mention All-District while being ranked the No. 1 player in the state of Ohio by Ohio Girls Basketball Report ... Was also the team's top scorer with 12.3 points per game and top rebounder with 9 boards per contest and earned the team's Best Offensive Player award ... In her first season as a freshman, was named a Special Mention All-OCC while earning Honorable Mention All-District while leading the team in rebounds, assists and steals ... Checks in as the No. 83 player in the nation, according to Blue Star Basketball ... Ranked No. 97 nationally as a four-star recruit by Prospect Nation and the No. 22 guard in the country.

Full name is Gina Marie Conti ... Born on July 17, 1999 ... Daughter of Linda and Tony Conti ... Has two older sisters, Ellen and Anna ... Also ran track for two years and played volleyball for four years in high school, earning multiple All-Conference honors as a volleyball player ... Played AAU basketball for the Capital City Comets and won seven tournament, including the 2015 Ohio AAU State Championship ... Serves as class Vice President all four years of high school while also being a member of Student Council and FCA ... Was a four-year recipient of the Success Through Academic Recognition (STAR) award ... Father, Tony, played football at Ball State from 1979-83 ... Sister, Ellen, played volleyball at Tennessee Tech from 2011-14 ... Sister, Anna, played volleyball at Kutztown from 2013-16 ... Uncle, Charles Mulfinger, played baseball at Stetson from 1976-80.

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