HANOVER, N.H. — Dartmouth women’s basketball head coach Belle Koclanes has announced the addition of four new members in the Class of 2019 to the roster for the upcoming 2015-16 season.

Entering her third season on the sidelines, Koclanes will usher in her second recruiting class after winning 14 games in 2014-15. Three of the four newcomers hail west of the Mississippi with the fourth coming from Pennsylvania. Needing to add size and durability to the roster, Koclanes will add a pair of 6-3 forwards, a 5-8 wing, and a 5-2 point guard.

“We are excited to welcome our Class of 2019 to Hanover,” Koclanes said. “This group brings great length, speed and versatility to the floor as well as incredible personality.  They are eager to arrive and motivated to contribute.”

Hailing from Chula Vista, California, Isalys “Ice” Quiñones played at Otay Ranch under Johnny Parra and was a two-year captain for the Mustangs. In her career, Quiñones averaged 11.7 points, 8.5 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game. A world traveler, who has visited 15 different countries, Quiñones is a very accomplished player and was named an All-San Diego All-Star as a senior in addition to  All-Metro Mesa League First Team honors in her final two years. As a rising sophomore, she was named to the All-Metro Mesa Second Team. At Otay Ranch, “Ice” was a three-time team MVP and garnered the best offensive player, all-around basketball and the most improved athlete awards.  Quiñones played AAU for San Diego Sol.

Koclanes on Quiñones: Ice is a naturally gifted, 6-3 presence on the floor with skill sets that are really just scratching the surface.  She has the ability to score from the perimeter as well as in the paint and defensively has the length to majorly disrupt opponents.  Most importantly, Ice is a consummate teammate who takes great pride in taking care of her family.  She also takes great pride in her Puerto Rican heritage, especially during mealtime!