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Separate yourself - Find ways you can differentiate yourself from all of the players trying out for the team. Find positive ways to stick out."
1. Be the most vocal and enthusiastic player in the gym. Be an energy giver.
2. Hustle! Be the first player in line for each drill. Try to win each sprint. Do everything at game speed!
3. Make the extra pass. Be selfless while everyone else is selfish.
4. Box out every single play of every single drill.
5. Make eye contact with the coach when they're speaking.
6. Dive for the loose balls and take charges. Every team needs a player that does those two things.
7. Be a good teammate. Keep in mind that 'WE' is greater than 'ME!'
8. Arrive early and stay after to get in extra work. Learn the difference between "waiting and preparing."
9. Know your strengths and weaknesses. If you aren't a competent 3-point shooter, then don't shoot 3's. Find ways to highlight what YOU do well.
10. Communicate with the coach. If you aren't sure, ask the coach what things you need to do to EARN a spot on the team. The key word is EARN.
11. Play present. If you make a mistake, move on and focus on the next play. Concentrate on the two things you control at all times, your EFFORT and yourATTITUDE.
Once a "BISON" always a "BISON"
Emily Spier signed her National Letter of Intent to play college basketball at North Dakota State University (NDSU) on Wednesday November 14th at Buffalo High School amongst teammates, coaches, friends and family.
Emily has been part of the Buffalo Bison team since her freshman year and has played on a State Tournament team and last years team that lost to Saint Michael Albertville in the Section Finals.
Spier, an all-conference and honorable mention all-state performer, averaged 14.1 points and 6.1 rebounds as a junior for Buffalo High School said head coach Scot Sorenson.
“Emily is one of those young people that has figured out how to blend effort in with her natural gifts and abilities,” said Sorenson.
“Her hard work, strength, and intelligence have allowed her to excel academically as well as athletically in various sports throughout high school. The focus she placed on hoops has helped expand her game to new heights.”
A multi-sport athlete, Spier has led the Bison in volleyball, softball, basketball, and track and field. Emily holds a number of school records in volleyball, and is No. 3 all-time in block assists and No. 4 in total blocks for a single-season. She has also broken into the record books for a 39-feet, 2 3/4-inches shot put.
“NDSU felt like home. I loved the school and the coaches and it wouldn’t feel right if I couldn’t say, ‘once a Bison always a Bison’,” Spier said of her decision to attend NDSU.
Emily is the daughter of Ron and Lisa Spier.
Excerpts from this article courtesy of www.gobison.com
"Ask not what your teammates can do for you. Ask what you can do for your teammates." - Magic Johnson
"Somewhere behind the athlete you've become, the hours of practice and the coaches who have pushed you; is a little girl who fell in love with the game and never looked back... play for her." - Mia Hamm
“I’ll do whatever it takes to win games, whether it’s sitting on a bench waving a towel, handing a cup of water to a teammate, or hitting the game-winning shot.”