"I see the entire field and know what's going on, so it's my responsibility to always be talking and be the leader," she said. "I also love that I get the ball every play because I stay engaged the entire game."
When the final buzzer of the Foresters' season sounded in the Crossroads League tournament semifinals Feb. 24, it not only brought the women's basketball team's season to an end, but also Miranda Palmer's career. In her four years, Palmer accumulated an astounding 2,173 points—averaging 17.1 points per game to become the program's most prolific scorer. She also holds the … Continue reading Palmer wraps up stellar career
"I love playing the point-guard position, because I get to be the extended coach on the floor," Mike Bush said. " I love seeing my teamates thrive, and through this position, I am able to spread the wealth and watch everyone become happy."
“It definitely has not sunk in all the way yet that I’m done,” she said. “But it’s starting to, and I’m definitely going to miss it because tennis has been such a part of my life for so long.”
"The defensive mindset is 'don't let anything hit the floor,'" junior libero Kate Cobb said. "That's why I love volleyball so much. It just fits my personality."
"When I came on my visit here, it just felt like home," Woll remembered. "I know that sounds really cliché, but I just got along really well with the guys on the team and the coaching staff."
For junior Brooke Ewing, bowling has always been a part of her life. Since the age of three, she has hit the alleys with her dad, who still coaches her today. “It’s like a family sport,” Ewing said of her childhood. “It was a fun family time. [But] my family is always competitive no matter what … Continue reading Athlete of the month: Ewing continues lifetime of bowling as a Forester
Hester was voted by Huntingtonian readers as issue three's athlete of the month.