Nyberg moves into verbal role as senior leader
Although a highly-successful group of seniors earned most of the accolades during Seiling’s fourth straight run to the state championship a year ago, Brya Nyberg had to play a vital part in that unprecedented four-peat.
Now a senior, Nyberg is the club’s lone returning starter but wants to help this year’s youth-laden group to understand they all have critical roles to play in the Lady Cats’ drive for five.
“I kind of feel a little pressure as the only returning starter but that just drives to push the younger girls to be their best,” she commented. “I am trying to help teach them the game and how we play. I haven’t played with a lot of them since my freshman year so it’s just a matter of getting back in the groove.
“I don’t want to put too much pressure on myself. Obviously it’s a team effort and I want everyone to understand they have a part to play and a role for us to get back to the state championship. I’m now running point and working much more with on the move shooting as well as creating shots for others. I am really trying to help others get in a rhythm and find their roles this year.”
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