Oswego’s Erin Sinnott commits to Evansville

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SHARE Oswego’s Erin Sinnott commits to Evansville

Erin Sinnott was sitting in an Oswego High School computer lab this week when the accidental text came through that foretold her college future.

“Yes, we’re going to offer her,” was the message from Evansville basketball coach Oties Epps, a text intended for his assistant and Sinnott’s AAU coach.

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