Tink Harris of Elkins, Ark., was announced on Tuesday as the second signee of the 2018 recruiting class by new head coach Katelynn Frazier.
Womens Basketball

Women's Basketball signs Arkansas product Tink Harris

Moberly, Mo.

Tink Harris signed a letter of intent to join the Central Christian College of the Bible Saints for the 2018-19 school year.Central Christian College of the Bible head women's basketball coach Katelynn Frazier on Tuesday announced the signing of Tink Harris for the 2018-19 season. Harris is the second member of the Saints' 2018 class.

Harris, a 5-5 combo guard, will graduate in May from Elkins High School in Elkins, Ark. The two-year letterman averaged 10 points per game during her senior season and helped the Elks advance to the Class 3A state tournament.

"I am very excited about adding Tink to our team and our school," Frazier said. "She will bring leadership both on and off the court, as well as a strong skill set and a high basketball IQ. I believe her love for Jesus will set a standard for our team. I look forward to seeing her grow in all her gifts and talents here at Central."

Harris was an all-conference selection in 2018 and also named to the Class 3A all-state tournament team.

While at CCCB, Harris plans to pursue an Associate of Professional Studies degree while also earning a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from our partner institution, Hope International University.

Harris joins Skylar Beck of Independence, Mo., as members of the Saints' 2018 class.