Kaydin Davis of Buffalo found a new home for the college basketball after Sheridan College decided to ax their athletic program, so she'll be headed to Rapid City to play for the South Dakota School of Mines.

Davis was an all state selection in her junior year averaging 16 points a game but barely played her senior year thanks to an ACL knee injury. The 5-7 guard was also an all state pick in her sophomore season and plans on pursuing a degree in Pre-Professional Health Sciences.

She also competed in rodeo in her school career in barrel racing, breakaway roping and goat tying.

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