Lmfaooo I was watching old film of team USA from 2012 and i died laughin when I peeped this 😂😂😂😂 #Grimey #NoLove #NoLoveForTheKing #SMH #Awkward #Damn #LeftMyMansHangin #HardBody
#YallNiggasHirin lmfaooooooo 😂😂😂😂😂😂! I’m cryin @blackangel_89 @mid_21 @xrivera1118 too funny
What does that say about our society?!
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A feature on senior point guard Floriana Borova of William Paterson University.
Floriana Borova, more commonly known as Flo, is a basketball and academic senior. Flo topped off her senior year by not only being a threat on offense but also breaking both the assist and steal record. “It was great to actually do that and have my name on the history list,” said Borova. Due to the similarities in both Coach Erin Monahan’s and Flo’s competitive nature, it was not uncommon for or the two to butt heads. When asked about her relationship with Coach Monahan, Flo, let out a slight chuckle. “My relationship with coach was good even though it got a little rocky my senior year. We panned everything out and worked together. She is a great coach and a great influence on my basketball career.”
Monahan has watched Borova grow on the court from her freshman to senior year. Her range of development includes her one on one moves to her shooting range. “She can literally shoot a half court shot,” said Monahan. Her coach would describe her as an “incredible player and a role model” who has lead the team in more than scoring an assists.
Her amazing ball handling skills and almost effortless passing ability has put the bull’s-eye on Borova’s back in the conference. This has allowed her to get her team more involved and to improve their skills as a whole.
Even though Flo did not accomplish everything that she wanted for her and her team senior year, she leaves William Paterson with two Eastern College Athletic Conference Women’s Basketball All-Metro First Team, two Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association (MBWA) Women’s All-First Team, a 2013-14 fourth-team D3hoops.com all-American as well as an honorable-mention Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) all-American. Borova was a member of the D3hoops.com All-Atlantic Region and All-New Jersey Athletic Conference (NJAC) First Teams. She has made four NJAC Tournament Championship game appearances and winning two of them, appearing in the NCAA Division III Tournament all four years, and making it to the NCAA Division III Sweet 16 in 2011. Borova said she will miss the friendships and connections she made with her teammates and her coaches the most. “It was a great experience and I have no regrets. It was awesome.”