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Bouncing Back

Sep. 14, 2012, 3:36 PM

Vanderbilt University basketball player Christina Foggie, the top scorer, male or female, at her New Jersey high school and the top-rated recruit, came into her freshman season in 2010 doing all it took to make plays, taking the inevitable bumps and elbows from her opponents.

At the sixth game of the season at Bowling Green State University in Ohio, the Commodores trailed by 12 at the half, but brought it within three points with 14 minutes to go. With nine minutes to go, Foggie’s season took an unimaginable turn.

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Originally published in Vanderbilt Medicine

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