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Postby MerrierTerrier on Sat Feb 12, 2011 5:00 pm

The Ladies kept it close for a while, but it seems this year's nemesis always haunts them. I saw the game on line and listened to the announcers who summed it up with "If Wofford could get the ball across half court, they'd be OK." Turnovers and point play continue to be the weakest link. 25 turnovers to Elon's 13.
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Re: Elon

Postby Denise on Sat Feb 12, 2011 7:01 pm

It is painful to watch. Any chance of improving next year?

Re: Elon

Postby lawdog on Sat Feb 12, 2011 8:08 pm

They do not seem to improve, collectively or individually. To the contrary,...
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Re: Elon

Postby Wofford Dude from Montana on Wed Feb 16, 2011 9:30 pm

The freshman year when Liz Miller brought some toughness and fire to the team, they seemed to feed off that.
Also Kelsi was a huge rebounding force that seemed to make the other players dig deep when the going got tough.
I saw some huge improvements back then, especially when they did the full court press.
Now it appears everyone is looking out for their best interests, instead of playing for the team goal of a win.
But I was only to make one game this year before we moved.
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