Serafimoska Joins New Basketball Family At Duquesne

Serafimoska Joins New Basketball Family At Duquesne
Nebraska City senior Snezhe Serafimoska committed to Duquesne University basketball

NEBRASKA CITY  – Snezhe Serafimoska signed Monday to play basketball at Duquesne University surrounded by her algebra class, family and friends.

The 18-year-old from Macedonia has played basketball for the Pioneers since her sophomore year and also plays for the Cornhusker Shooting Stars.

Serafimoska: “I’m trying to get to grow as a basketball player and be as much help as I can to my basketball team, my new basketball family.”

She said Nebraska has a competitive atmosphere for girls basketball, noting a hard work ethic.

She said she is glad she came here.

Serafimoska: “I learned how to be a team player, more. I also learned how to be more patient as a player, how to communicate on the court and how to be a leader.”

She said she chose Duquesne in Pittsburgh, Penn.,  because she liked the coaches and there are a number of international students playing there.

Her algebra class also learned from her, even the proper pronunciation of her name.

Duquesne had four players named pre-season all conference.

The singing was attended by her host father and mother, Jeff and Tosha Edwards, as well as sisters Britnie Edwards, Alissa Edwards and Kaelea Saulsberry. Her brother-in-law John Saulsberry, family friend Kristijan Gavrilovski and friend Alyssa Merone, also attended.

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