In a vote that garnered nearly 500 votes via a Twitter poll, Miller guard Lynne Hadlock has been named the SWMOBasketball Week 3 Player of the Week after knocking down nine 3-pointers and scoring 27 points in a 61-35 win over Purdy on Dec. 11.
A 5’4 2018 point guard, Hadlock is averaging 15 points, 3.7 rebounds, 5.7 assists and 5.2 steals per game for a Miller team that is now 6-1 this season. Hadlock has now knocked down 20 3-pointers this season and is shooting 51 percent from behind the arc.
SWMOBasketball recently caught up with Hadlock and asked her about her senior season.
SWMOBasketball — How would you describe your game to people who haven’t seen you play?
Lynne — I do whatever it takes to win. Whether that requires me to score or take care of the ball or play good defense.
SWMOBasketball — Tell us about your performance last week and what you were able to do that made the difference
Lynne — I knew coming into the game against Purdy it was going to be tough. I had to step up and knock down shots.
SWMOBasketball — Do you think your hard work during the off-season is starting to pay off?
Lynne — I do believe working in the off season always pays off. My team worked super hard this summer got better on and off the court and it shows everyday.
SWMOBasketball — What was your reaction when you learned you scored nine 3’s? Were you more excited to score all the points or get the win?
Lynne — Honestly I was surprised. I wasn’t even thinking about it during the game, all I was worried about was getting the win. That means more to me then scoring points.
SWMOBasketball — Is there a specific matchup you are looking forward to playing against this season?
Lynne — I look forward to every game. Every opportunity to get to play basketball with my team is great.
SWMOBasketball — What are some things in your game you are still hoping to improve?
Lynne — I always have things to work on. Whether it be ball handling, blocking out, etc. everyday I try and get better. Same with my team, we come in and work hard every day at practice and it’s all starting to pay off.