By JASE BRANDT, reporter
Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018
Basketball season is underway and Sterling College’s women’s junior varsity basketball team has been hard at work.
While junior varsity teams do not rank, the women’s junior varsity basketball team still plays competitively against other college teams.
“They’re very, very competitive,” Head Coach K.C. Bassett said. “They’ve played four really tough junior college teams and have improved a ton. It’s crazy.”
Coach Bassett believes in her team and is hopeful for their future together.
“I think it’s a really good group. I really think that they work hard every single day in practice,” Coach Bassett said. “There’s been much improvement we’ve made since we’ve started. One of our goals is to get better every day and they’re doing a really, really good job with that.”
The women’s junior varsity basketball team started conference on Saturday, Nov. 17 in a game against Tabor College. Sterling beat Tabor 68-63. The team’s next game will be a home game against Kansas Wesleyan University on Nov. 20.