Old Dominion transfer, Myeisha Hall, tells us how her decision to come to Stetson has been nothing, but positive and fills us in on how eager she is to get back on the hardwood…
My experience this spring semester at Stetson University has been wonderful. My choice of transferring to Stetson has been one of the best decisions I’ve made. I came to Stetson and immediately felt right at home. Compared to my last school I feel Stetson is better for me academically. The class sizes are much smaller, the professors are more hands on and I can really tell the staff genuinely cares for each student.
The team quickly warmed up to me as if I have been here all year. I thought everything would be difficult for me being the “new kid”, but they treated me as an equal. When things got hard for me on and off the court my teammates were there to keep me on track. I’m really happy to be a part of this sisterhood.
This year’s team has accomplished more than what others expected and from the moment I started practicing with the team I’ve seen something special. Appearing in the NCAA tournament was a great experience and a blessing, even though I was not able to play this year due to NCAA rules I still cheered my team on and sent out little group messages to keep them motivated. Even though I could not physically be at the away games I was still there in spirit.
Next year will be a new year with the same goal to go back to the dance. I’m willing to do whatever it takes to repeat as A-Sun champions. I feel that I can bring leadership and heart to the table. The team will be very young but I believe in our team when others don’t because anything is possible. This off-season I plan on working hard on my game. Nothing is hand-given, you must to earn it. I’m just so anxious to get back on the court. I’m counting the days until my return, but all-in-all it feels good to be a Hatter.