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Borseth family well represented at state

Mar. 15, 2013
 

Kevin Borseth isnít planning to attend the Green Bay Notre Dame girls basketball teamís WIAA Division 2 state semifinal at the Resch Center on Friday afternoon.

Although the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay womenís basketball coach would have liked to watch his twin daughters, Kayla and Carli, and the Tritons in their game against Milton, there was a scheduling conflict due to the Phoenixís shoot around prior to Friday nightís Horizon League Tournament semifinal game against Detroit at 7:30 p.m.

A father of five, Borseth and his family returned to the area this past year after coaching the Phoenix from 1998-2007. He spent the next five years at the University of Michigan before coming back when Matt Bollant accepted the Illinois coaching post.

Both sophomores, Borsethís twins played mostly on junior varsity this season and saw limited minutes with the varsity squad. The Tritons are coached by Sara Rohde, who was a 1,000-point scorer for the Phoenix under Borseth.

ďI'm excited for them,Ē said Borseth, who made a quick stop to the Resch earlier on Friday. ďThey get a chance to compete on the big stage. They get a chance to see what it's like, because it's pretty special here for them.Ē

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