“They were heroic with their rotations. If I was a shooter, I wouldn’t want either one of these two running at me.”
“It was a special game for me, a special moment,” Cornelius said. “I wasn’t really nervous, but it was really special. I was really excited. We played well. I got to scored again. I got to pass again, run through the smoke again, this time in a jersey, not in a sweatsuit.”
“It’s awesome to get this win because you can’t downplay the rivalry Miami and Florida State have,” coach Jose “Keno” Gandara said.
“The talent is there, it’s just a matter of putting it all together at the right time,” coach Patti Rizzo told hurricanesports.com. “We obviously needed a warm up, but luckily they found themselves pretty fast. I’m glad we leave again next weekend while they are hot. Very proud of them all.”
Senior Dewi Weber had a strong showing in the Hurricanes’ first tournament of the year over the weekend, finishing in fourth place individually at the Mary Fossum Invitational in Michigan – her 17th career top-10 finish.
Before he could envision himself serving a tennis ball on the red clay at the famous Stade Roland-Garros courts during the Junior French Open, Bojan Jankulovski could recite the capital of every European country by the age of 3.