Players To Watch In The CSAA
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The CSAA lost stars in Lexie Bowers and Kelsie Gorczewicz, but there is still plenty of talent to see. Let’s take a look at some players to watch. Marissa Warren MI #160 SF #35 HEIGHT 5'8" POS SF CLASS 2024…
The CSAA lost stars in Lexie Bowers and Kelsie Gorczewicz, but there is still plenty of talent to see. Let’s take a look at some players to watch.
Warren earned 1st-team All-Conference honors last season. She helped lead her Big Rapids team to a Conference Championship and has committed to play Division 1 softball at Toledo. She is a physical player and uses her athleticism on both ends of the court.
The Cornerstone University commit had a big junior season, earning 1st-team All-Conference. She is a versatile player who can effectively use her strength inside the court, while also exhibiting good ball-handling and shooting skills from the outside. Her impressive performance in the previous season suggests that she is destined for an even more successful senior season!
The Indiana Purdue Fort Wayne commit is a four-year varsity player who has earned All-Conference honors every season. She is an athletic wing who uses her quickness and athleticism to get into the lane and will finish through contact. She must have a big senior season to help her team regain the top spot in the conference standings.
Hoisington earned 1st-team All-Conference last season. The Forward uses her strength on both ends of the floor. She is an outstanding defender. With Lila’s senior leadership, Morley Stanwood could be fighting for a conference championship.
Weck was awarded 1st-Team All-Conference honors last season due to her impressive performance on the court. She boasts a dominant inside game, excelling in rebounding and serving as a reliable rim protector. Additionally, she is a gifted multi-sport athlete who has committed to playing volleyball at Wayne State.
Syrjala’s impressive stats during her sophomore season earned her All-Conference Honorable Mention. She can score at all three levels and has exceptional ball-handling skills. She will need a big junior season to help her Lakeview team move up the conference standings.
Kamphuis had an outstanding sophomore season, ranking third on the team in scoring, assists, and steals, behind Bowers and Geers. With the new season ahead of us, she will have to take on a greater role and lead the team. As a Point Guard, she made 40 successful 3-pointers last season, and we can expect that number to increase this year.
Biller, a Morley Stanwood player, is expected to provide senior leadership to the team this year. She has a high shooting efficiency from beyond the arc and takes great pride in her defensive skills. She is often given the responsibility of guarding the opposing team’s best guard. Expect her to have a great senior season.