Monday, 05 November 2018 23:47

Worcester enters final season with mixed emotions

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BANGOR -  It was an up and down road to what eventually turned out to be an NAC Championship and NCAA Tournament appearance for Husson women's basketball.

With all the inconsistencies, there was one constant for head coach Kissy Walker and that was junior Kenzie Worcester.


Worcester averaged 18.6 points per game and poured in her 1,000th point for the Eagles last year. 


The Eagles have brought in and return plenty of talent to help Worcester this year. Junior Sami Ireland figures to once again play a big role on the team this season as well as Joan Overman.


Central high school star, Sydney Allen has joined New York native Vanessa Duarte in what is panning out to be a determined freshman class.


All of these players will play second fiddle to Worcester, who is entering her swan song season. A career that will go down as one of the best in program history.


"There's definitely like all the moments where it was like "oh jeez" this was my last day of preseason and I'm sure there will be more points throughout the season. But, I'm excited just to end the year with this group of girls and these coaches," Worcester said. 

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