Tonawanda News


November 12, 2012

Former Lady Jack leads Daemen to National Championship


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With collegiate sports now in her rearview mirror, Fretthold again is faced with the question of what is next. She joked with her parents and friends that she has no idea what she is going to do now that volleyball is over. But she's been here before.

"I've been playing competitive sports for as long as I can remember and it'll be very weird for me to not play again. I'm having some trouble with it, obviously, like most athletes do," Fretthold said. "Coming to Daemen is the best decision I ever made and for that part of my life to be over is a huge disappointment. 

"But at the same time, how many seniors can say that their last year they won the national championship and were named all-tournament MVP? I keep thinking about that. I gave it my best and it all paid off."



Contact Sports Editor Matt Parrino at 693-1000 ext. 4117 and find Tonawanda News sports on Twitter @tonanewssports.

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