This undated image shows Filipina basketball player Chanella Molina.
MANILA, Philippines — A Filipina may soon find her way into the WNBA.
Chanelle Molina, born to Filipino parents in Hawaii, just signed a training camp contract with WNBA team Indiana Fever.
A former Washington State women’s basketball player, Molina will be vying for a spot in the Fever roster and a legitimate contract with the WNBA.
If she gets to sign with the Fever, she will be the first Pinay in the WNBA.
Molina saw action for a pro team in Sweden before her training camp contract with the Fever.
With Washington State, Molina averaged 12 points, 3.9 assists, and 3.4 rebounds per outing.
She posted a career-high performance of 31 points against UCLA back in 2017 and played a total of 77 games with Washington State in the US NCAA Division I.