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Orange Co. High School 2015 Wing Rebecca Harvey Recaps Her Recruitment
Q: What schools are recruiting you the hardest?
A: Hollins is definitely recruiting me the hardest. I talk to the coach at least once a week. Randolph College and Bridgewater College also keep in touch, I've talked to them about coming on a visit and sitting through classes and practice and watching a game.
Q: What are you looking for in a program?
A: I'm looking for a team that is always pushing each other to get better. A program that is trying to make history for their school. A team that always hangs out even outside of basketball and is very close. A team that knows how to have fun but work hard at the same time.
Q: Do you have a favorite? When are you looking to make a decision?
A:I've been on an overnight stay at Hollins and really like the team and I think i would fit in well with playing with them. I've visited Randolph and love the coaches basketball attitude but haven't gotten to meet the team or watch them play. I've seen Bridgewater play and really like the coach and I like how the team plays together and could see myself playing for them.
Q: What are your expectations for your final high school season?
A: . My expectations for my high school season are very high. We didn't have any seniors from last year so it's almost the same exact team. We have done well and are working hard at practice so I'm expecting to make it to at least regionals. I'm not going to accept anything less. I've set personal goals for myself this season and am going to work hard to achieve them. I'm expecting my averages for points, rebounds, steals, and assists to go up this season. I'm also going to work harder on becoming a better leader for my team.
Q: How was your experience playing with SQBA?
A: I loved playing for SQBA. I loved my team and my coaches. We had our ups and downs throughout the season but I wouldn't trade it for anything. I think SQBA helped me become the player I am today. It helped me get better outside if high school ball and helped me play against good competition. SQBA also helped me play in front of college coaches. It helped get my name out and have coaches see me play.
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