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Keely Froling

A smooth shooting forward, Keely Froling is an excellent two-way talent. 

Breaking out on the international scene in 2011, Keely represented the under 16 National team and at the FIBA Oceanic U16 Championship. Keely made her mark on the tournament with Australia going on to win the Gold medal.

In 2011, Keely as a 15-year-old played with WNBL side Townsville Fire and after three seasons with Townsville, made the trip over to America to play college basketball at Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas. 

Returning home after her sophomore season, Keely signed with the Canberra Capitals in 2016 where the Capitals have claimed the 2019 and 2020 WNBL championships.