Posted On: 02/4/20 8:51 PM

January was one of the saddest months for basketball fans globally with the passing of Kobe Bryant, but as the month ended I was reminded of how I grateful I am for the game and for the players and competition I get to watch and write about.

Conference play began, and it told us lot of what the post-season tournaments will be like. This season has already given us several fantastic games and noteworthy performances from all years, so the rest of the season and playoffs should be just as good. I've yet to do a piece on the post players, so here's a couple of forwards who've consistently impressed or developed throughout the season.

Mia Chapman (Madison, 2022)

There are many scary things—for opponents—about the Warhawks (20-0), but the scariest thing might be the fact that many of their talents are only sophomores. This includes Mia Chapman. With so much attention being given to the Makrigiorgos and Arnolie sisters on the perimeter, Chapman has held it down in the paint for Madison and been a solid sixth man for them inside. She has the ability to make an impact on the offensive and defensive end,

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