Saint Martin's signs two out-of-state players as part of Ostlund's inaugural recruiting class

mwochnick@theolympian.comDecember 11, 2013 

Saint Martin's new head coach Michael Ostlund watches players run through drills during basketball practice at Saint Martin's University in Lacey on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 2013.

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First-year Saint Martin's men's basketball coach Michael Ostlund announced a pair of out-of-state signings as part of his 2015 recruiting class. 

High school senior point guard Trey Ingram (Phoenix, Ariz.) and soon-to-be junior-college transfer Demetrius Lee have signed national letters of intent to play for SMU starting in the 2014-'15 season. 

"We are really excited about these two players we signed in the early signing period," Ostlund said in a release. "They are both great fits for our program and are on board with the overall vision we have for building our program. 

Ingram, a 6-1 point guard, led Pinnacle High School in Phoenix to the 5A state title game a season ago and is averaging 13 points per game this season. Lee, a 6-3 guard/forward combo, played two seasons at Casper (Wyo.) College and graduated from high school in 2010 from Saint Mary's High in Berkeley, Calif. 

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