Former NA player Dallier to Yale

Written by Mike White on .

Anthony Dallier, who played basketball at North Allegheny High School through his junior year, will play college basketball at Yale of the Ivy League.

Dallier, a 6-foot-6 guard, said he committed to Yale tonight. Two other Ivy League schools - Cornell and Brown - also wanted Dallier. He said Davidson, Binghamton, James Madison, Lafayette and Bucknell also offered scholarships.

Dallier was a varsity starter at North Allegheny as a sophomore and junior. He was a Post-Gazette Fabulous 5 selection in 2011 after his junior year. Although he had a few offers from Division I colleges, he decided to leave North Allegheny and attend Northfield Mount Hermon, a prep school in Massachusetts. Dallier "reclassified," meaning he repeated his junior year. He still has one year left at Mount Hermon.

Dallier averaged 11 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists at Mount Hermon this season.

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