Reading all of the available tea leaves between last year and this one, there seemed to be very little chance Jenay would be part of the team this season. Glad we all have closure and wish her the best.
For some people, playing a game seems more important than their long term health. Too often, we have seen people make a decision based on emotion that they want to play, rather than understanding and accepting the long term consequences of the decision they are making.
It appears that Jenay and her family realize that a game is just a game and your health should take first priority.
Hope she is well and will receive her HC degree with her class.
Last Edit: Dec 17, 2020 22:39:44 GMT -5 by Crucis#1
Coach Magarity on the Zoom webinar did not mention Faulkner by name but did say there is one senior and had been injured and then said a little more on subject but, frankly, I wasn't paying close attention and wasn't sure if she meant that she just had a history of injuries or that she was still injured but in either case I was left with the impression she would not be playing much, if at all.
Perhaps more alert posters could fill in the huge gaps I left?
Shannon Murphy is the other senior, also with a history of injuries. Which points out we are short on experience in a senior driven league.
Given that Faulkner is definitely gone; hopefully Faulkner's the player Coach Magarity was referring to. Either that or we're down 2 players.
I was pretty sure she was talking about Faulkner but since she didn't name names (wonder when that video will become available so people can judge for themselves?) can't be 100% sure.
Not being well-versed about the team, I may have missed a verbal subtlety and she MAY have said "we have one senior as one has had chronic injuries." If I had to bet, I'd say Faulkner gone and the other senior is the one and only one still standing.
Post by Pakachoag Phreek on Dec 19, 2020 7:39:12 GMT -5
I think it fair to posit that Faulkner was enrolled during the fall semester, else she would not have been included on the roster. (She could be enrolled and taking classes remotely, without being in Worcester.)