Despite a tough season thus far for the Lady Rams, two standout players have not only been making strides in North Central statistics, but also in the Upper Midwest Athletic Conference (UMAC) leader board.
As it stands, Swanson is second in overall points in the UMAC. Swanson, who averaging 19 points a game, only trails Bethany Lutheran’s Haley Sandin by 30 points on the leader board. Swanson’s total thus far is 334 total points this season.
“If it was not for all the hard work that they put in everyday I would not be anywhere near to where I am today,” Swanson said.
Morrisroe, who is a newcomer to the team, has been a success story for the Rams. In her first season, Morrisroe has scored 238 points, good enough for eighth place in the conference.
“Annabel has been a great asset for our team this season,” Swanson said. “She brings energy and encouragement to the team, has great character and brings passion every time she steps on the court,” Swanson expressed.
With only a handful of games remaining, the Lady Rams will begin working towards next season and what looks to be a bright future ahead with much of the team returning, including Morrisroe and Swanson.