The Colorado State women's basketball team has signed Tori Williams to a financial aid agreement according to head coach Ryun Williams..

Williams is a 5-foot-9 guard from Boise and Centennial High and will have three seasons of eligibility remaining upon joining Colorado State. The 2018 Pac-12 All-Freshman selection helped lead Utah past UNLV for a second-round finish in the Women's National Invitation Tournament last season.

Williams established herself as one of the Pac-12's top sharpshooters en route to her Pac-12 All-Freshman honor, finishing the season ranked fifth in the conference in three-point field goals made per game (2.1). Additionally, Williams was tops among all Pac-12 freshmen in that category and finished with the most threes of any player on Utah's roster (64).

Williams also earned the Utah Athletics' 2018 Female Rookie of the Year Award, given to the top freshman across all of the athletic department's women's sports.

At Centennial High Williams averaged 22 points per game en route to 2017 Idaho Gatorade Player of the Year honors and a McDonald's All-America nomination.

Williams will join former Centennial teammate Lauren Brocke, also on the Colorado State roster as a redshirt freshman..