When LSU defeated Alabama 9-6 in overtime on Nov. 5, it seemed all but certain that Alabama was knocked out of the national championship picture. However, losses from Oklahoma State, Oregon, Oklahoma, Stanford and Boise State have made Alabama the frontrunner to face LSU in the national championship.
Senior volleyball player Molly Sigerich has been playing the sport she loves since she was eight years old. Even when she was at basketball practice, Sigerich would find herself trying to play volleyball instead.
Fear not basketball fans, for the NBA lockout met its demise on Nov. 26. Christmas will be even more special as the season kicks off on Christmas day. Santa must be an NBA fan.
He is carried by his faith, and even when there is seemingly no chance to win a football game, he has faith in his abilities which allows him to persevere.
“At the end of the day, we just want good student-athletes — somebody who’s going to perform well in the classroom, buy into our program, [know] what it means to be a Shark and perform on the field.”
“It’s fun to watch them interact and create products they are proud of,” he said.
Kelly said, “[It’s] very mental. A lot of sports are mental, but it’s one of the most unique sports in the way that you can’t be selfish. It’s such a group, team effort, and you have to all pull together and trust each other. It’s like a family.”
Despite losing the first game, the team played solid defense. The two areas they needed to fix were rebounding and turnovers and they did just that
“I just started running track and field in my junior year, and I didn’t get good at it until my senior year so I never had the opportunity to get scouted. Since coming to Nova, being able to be accepted as a walk-on and being able to prove myself to my team was a wonderful opportunity. The process is long and it’s hard, but if you’re a committed student athlete, you’ll go through the process and it will pay off.”
“First and foremost, [they’re] outstanding people. [They’re] two great guys — role models, just good people willing to help out.”