Schaefer Thelen, Sports Editor
When senior guard Amanda Merz missed two critical free throws in the fourth quarter of a one-point loss to East Kentwood last season, it did not sit well with her.
That weekend, the tough-minded Merz did what she’s always done when seeking to improve a struggling area of her game - she went to the... READ MORE »»
Senior Amanda Merz dribbles the court in a practice on Tuesday, Dec. 2. Merz averaged 4.9 points per game as a sophomore, 11.9 as a junior and will carry the scoring load in her senior season. "I was more of a passer and more of a role player my sophomore year and then became a little more of a scorer my junior year, but now since Taylor [Craymer] and all them graduated, I'm definitely more of a scorer and everybody is looking to me to make the play," Merz said.