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As winter approaches winter sports are starting and athletes are gearing up for the upcoming season. The women’s basketball team says they have their work cut out for them with 10 new athletes and a new head coach.

Head coach Devin Engebretsen and his assistant Kim Harada are coaching a team of 10 freshmen and one sophomore this season. Engebretsen previously coached the women’s basketball team at Notre Dame High School in San Jose.

Last season, Panther basketball put up a 13-15 overall record, with a 5-9 record against other teams in the Big 8 Conference.

Samantha Lewis, forward, said being on the team is exciting.

“We get along well. We play well,” said Lewis about the team’s chemistry.

Forward and criminal justice major Enimoa Laui, said that the coaches are doing a good job getting the athletes ready and getting new players acclimated to the college sports environment.

“We just [have to] do a little more work. A little more effort every day, and we’ll be all right,” Enimoa said.
Mariah Bailey, undecided major and forward for the team, said she is confident, not just in the team, but in the coach.

“He knows a lot about what he’s doing. We just [have] to be committed to what he’s saying,” Bailey said.

The coach, and by extension, the team, emphasizes defense over offense. According to Bailey, the coach has a saying related to that philosophy: “defense wins games, offense sells tickets,” as well as to “play hard, and play smart.”

The members of the women’s basketball team will play their first game at 3 p.m. Nov. 12 at City College against Merced College, a team that they lost to twice in two games last season.

There will be a women’s basketball tournament Nov. 17-19. The schedule also includes eight home games, seven away games, and 14 games against teams in the Big 8 Conference. Other colleges in the Big 8 include: American River College, Cosumnes River College, Diablo Valley College, Modesto Junior College, San Joaquin Delta College, Santa Rosa Junior College, and Sierra College.

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