By James Howey
The college’s women’s basketball team has had an impressive season on the court. The ladies started the season 21-0, winning all those games by an average margin of 38 points and were ranked number one in the nation for a period of time. Sophomore Sameia Kendall contributes their success to a very simple approach.
The team’s key to success is “just taking it one day at a time and getting better every day,” according to Kendall.
Her play has been a vital part of the lady Cavs’ success. Kendall is averaging 12.4 points a game and has 51 steals on the season, both lead the team. The Cavs did lose a thrilling game at home against Highland Community College 71-68. The loss knocked Cavaliers from their number one rank. Despite the minor setback Kendall and the Cavaliers still have all their goals in front of them if they stick to their principles.
“We just need to follow our concept, take it one day at a time and hopefully the outcome will turn out to be the best,” Kendall said.
The squad is currently 24-1, ranked number five in the nation, and will play Hesston College at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 15 at home. The Cavs will also look to avenge their only defeat of the season when they play at the second-ranked Highland Scotties at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 19.
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