Renai Fejo has signed an agreement with Olds College from Alberta, Canada to commence her collegiate career. Renai was spotted by Olds College while competing for the Australian Indigenous Basketball Team at the World Indigenous Challenge that was held late in 2017. The Djookyaans won a Bronze Medal at the event with Fejo scoring 21 points in the Bronze Medal Game.

Renai is a key member of the new look Suns program for 2018 and will be in action for the 2018 Big V Season before heading across to Canada.

Renai is the second Sherbrooke women’s player to make the move to college with Liv Woods at the back of her season with Missouri Valley Vikings, who will return to the Suns for the 2018 season.


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