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SHERIDAN — The Sheridan College Lady Generals ended their first spring tournament Sunday after playing three matches.
“I had some people step up that are usually more timid,” head coach Jennifer Stadler said of her team’s performance.
During the scrimmage the other teams adjusted to the Generals quick outside.
“This was a good practice for the team to realize when the opponent is seeing what we are doing and are switching their stuff up we need to switch ours up as well to still be competitive and successful,” Stadler said. “I saw our confidence rise in the third set of the last match, and that’s a key for us is when we have confidence is when we play well and when we start to doubt ourselves is when we start to lose it as a whole.”
Stadler added that the short spring season allows coaches and players to work on specific areas of competition, figure out team leadership and get rid of bad habits.
The Lady Generals finished the 2013 fall season 20-16 and are looking to improve for this fall.
The Sheridan College team will compete in two more exhibition scrimmages this fall — one at Rocky Mountain College on April 16 and one at the University of Wyoming on April 26.
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