Meanwhile, Iowa State's Lyndsey Medders led Division I in assists per game (7.7) last season, despite playing with a broken foot, which she sustained in late January. She's one of those players I want to call "the toughest dang son-of-a-gun in the league" … except, of course, she's not a "son" and nobody ever says "daughter-of-a-gun." But you know what I mean. She is nails.
Iowa State and Nebraska made the WNIT last season, and they appear to be the top Big 12 North squads this year. But, really, I'm not at all sure how the North teams will shake out.
Let me tell you, Medders was an absolute dynamo last year, get out and see these ladies if you get the chance.
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