Beatrice Mompremier has been named a 2015 McDonald’s High School All American. Mompremier, the 6’4″ standout from Miami, FL is only the third player to be selected as a McDonald’s HS All-American from Miami-Dade County. Beatrice joins the likes of Chelsey Lee (2008)  and former Miami Suns standout, LSU Tiger and current Chicago Sky player, Sylvia Fowles (2004) as the only Miami McDonald’s HS All Americans.

Mompremier, a long time Miami Suns and Team Fowles member is one of the top rated players in the country in the class of 2015. In 2014, Beatrice was named the Florida High School Player of the Year and led the Miami High Stingarees to a FHSAA State Championship.

Mompremier has committed to play collegiate basketball at Baylor University.

The Miami Suns are extremely proud of Beateice and would like to congratulate Beatrice for all Her successes both on the court and inside the classroom. Beatrice is a special, one of a kind player that has been a vital part of the Miami Suns Basketball Organization’s success. We would like to thank Beatrice for all her hard work and loyalty to the Suns program and wish her the best of luck during the rest of her high school season and at the 2015 McDonald’s All American game.