Fresno State’s Breanne Knishka has started her first three games as a Bulldog and has begun to take more shots on offense. “She just does all the little things right,” head coach Jaime White said of the 5-10 freshman. “She’s really smart. She knows the defense. She knows every position on offense. She can score. Every time she shoots the ball, I think it’s going in.”
Fresno State’s Breanne Knishka has started her first three games as a Bulldog and has begun to take more shots on offense. “She just does all the little things right,” head coach Jaime White said of the 5-10 freshman. “She’s really smart. She knows the defense. She knows every position on offense. She can score. Every time she shoots the ball, I think it’s going in.” CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Fresno State’s Breanne Knishka has started her first three games as a Bulldog and has begun to take more shots on offense. “She just does all the little things right,” head coach Jaime White said of the 5-10 freshman. “She’s really smart. She knows the defense. She knows every position on offense. She can score. Every time she shoots the ball, I think it’s going in.” CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

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