This past week the College Basketball season started up and I couldn't be more excited as a handful of my clients finally took to the hardwood after a solid offseason of training.
At Mychal Martinez Basketball, offseason player development focuses on how our players can fill their current TEAM roles more effectively to help WIN basketball games. While the individual accolades and accomplishments are great and individual goals are set each season, we also want to develop winners on the court who will do what they need to do for the success of their team.
Below are notable performances from some of my client's I worked with this past offseason in Week 1 of the college season:
Ashten Prechtel (Freshman) - #3 Stanford University (2-0)
92-27 win vs. Eastern Washington - Led all scorers posting 15 points, 8 rebounds, and 4 blocks while clocking 18 minutes and starting as a TRUE Freshman.
97-71 win vs. San Francisco - Posted 8 points and 9 rebounds while playing 14 minutes.
Tatum Rembao (Junior) - Creighton University (1-0)
67-54 win vs. Omaha - Rembao started at Point Guard clocking 25 minutes and posted 4 points, 4 rebounds, and 3 assists. This is a big transition year for this Junior into a big leadership role at the point position.
Megan Skaggs (Senior) - Central Missouri University (1-1)
56-58 loss vs. #18 Minnesota State at Moorehead - 10 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 blocks, and 2 steals while clocking 38 minutes.
62-50 win vs. Northern State - 13 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists, and 4 steals. Skaggs shot 83% from the field and 67% from the 3 point line (2-3) while clocking 34 minutes.
Kristina Cavey (Graduate) - Northern Iowa University (2-0)
95-63 win vs. North Dakota State - 10 points and 4 rebounds while clocking 20 minutes in her first game as a Panther after transferring from Fresno State as a Graduate Student.
61-50 win vs. Wichita State - 3 points and 4 rebounds while clocking 20 minutes.
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