HPU Women’s Basketball and Cheyenne Parker Part Ways

HIGH POINT, N.C. – High Point University women’s basketball coach DeUnna Hendrix announced Monday that junior Cheyenne Parker is no longer on the team. It was a mutual decision between Parker and the HPU coaching staff.

“Cheyenne Parker is a very talented player,” said Hendrix. “However, High Point University is no longer the best fit for her. We look forward to continuing to build this program with our current student-athletes and the talented recruits joining us next year.”

Coach Hendrix and HPU athletic department officials will have no further comment at this time.

3 thoughts on “HPU Women’s Basketball and Cheyenne Parker Part Ways

  1. Sad to hear that Cheyenne is leaving. She dominated for HPU. It’s a shame, they couldnt make it work.

  2. Yes, it is sad, but it is even ssadder that the Athletic Administration at HPU has continued to fail her since her freshman year. You cannot map a successful season of unaccomplished coaching on the backs of talented players. The leadership was completely lacking this past season, but thats Cheyenne’s fault right? She made the right decision, I feel sorry for the talent that remains, Hendrix is LOST and needs to go back to class.

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