The UND women's basketball team made 186 3-pointers as a team last season.

The latest additions for the Fighting Hawks made 200 between the two of them a year ago.

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Twins Melissa and Megan Dailey-5-foot-7 junior college transfers from the College of Siskiyous in Weed, Calif.-signed national letters of intent on Wednesday to play at UND.

Melissa led the California junior college ranks in scoring with a 26.1 points-per-game average. She hit 117 of 275 3-pointers for a 42.5 percent average. She also averaged 7.6 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game.

Megan chipped in with 13.0 points per game, 83-for-208 on 3-pointers (39.9 percent), 6.2 assists and 5.4 rebounds per game.

The Daileys, originally from the Portland, Ore., area, led Siskiyous to a 57-4 record across the past two seasons. The team finished runner-up for the CCCAA state championship.

"Those are two quality young ladies," Siskiyous coach Tom Powers said. "They're both 4.0 students. You can't get better teammates. They're the old-school type, coming in an hour and a half before they need to be."

Powers said he tried to have the Daileys visit a number of Division I schools, but the two returned from a trip to Grand Forks with their hearts set on UND.

"People from all over the country were calling for them," Powers said. "We get lucky here where a lot of kids come through that people just missed on. People didn't know how good they were. I'd love if we could keep them for two more years, but we have to send them on."