Jenny Heringer leaves the Bobcat Women

jenny hThis hit the news yesterday, while I have been away from my computer, but I do not see any mention of it on the message board so I thought I would mention it.

According to Will C. Holden of the Bozeman Chronicle, MSU senior to be Jenny Heringer is leaving the Bobcat Women’s program and for going her senior year. In Will’s article it says she is leaving for personal reason and that is about it.

Before anyone sends me an email for the inside scoop do not know the inside scoop and I am not particularly interested in finding out.

This comes as quite a shock to me. I had Heringer penciled in at winning a starting spot at the off guard / small forward  for the Cats.

Heringer was technically Binford’s first recruit signed when she got the MSU job. While Heringer did commit to the Bobcat program earlier that year she rescinded that commitment once there was a coaching change and Binford had to re-recruit her. Selvig was all over Heringer once she decommitted and by the time Binford was hired she was really had to work to catch-up. When Binford did sign her it was an important because it let the state know that the Bobcat program would go after the best players in the state and they had every intention of landing them.

Heringer will be a big loss for the Bobcats, not only with her points and rebounds but the lost of a leader on and off the court. The program, though, will survive, Binford has done a great job of recruiting quality players and they will just have to fill the spot. The off guard and small forward spot is where the team has the most quality depth s those player will have to step forward. One player who this will open the door for is Bobcat freshman recruit Latisha (Tish) Adams who in my opinion has star potential, she just may have avoided a redshirt. Additionally Lyndi Seidensticker, and Jackson, Janette will be counted on to take up the slack.

Good luck Ms. Heringer we loved having you in the program for those 4 years.

I want to thank Will C. Holden for doing a great article on the subject (which you should check out) and Jack for sending me an email to bring this to my attention.

Now back to my 4th of July week-end. Have fun and enjoy.


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