Throughout the summer months members of the Ole Miss women's basketball team will share their thoughts on a host of ideas with our weekly feature "Roll Call with the Rebels" This week, rising sophomore Bretta Hart sits down with OleMissSports.com
Bretta Hart, one of three Mississippi natives on the Ole Miss roster last season, showed lots of potential during her rookie season. The Poplarville, Miss., native averaged 2.0 points and 1.9 rebounds per game but had several breakout games. Probably none bigger than her 13 points and 10 rebounds against Austin Peay. Hart was the lone freshman to record a double-double in 2013-14. Hart answers a few questions in this week's edition of Roll Call with the Rebels.
Q: How would you describe your freshman season? Hart: My freshmen season had its ups and downs, like any freshman goes through. It was like going to an amusement park and getting sick after a couple roller coaster rides but I think I managed all of it well!
Q: What has been the biggest adjustment from high school/AAU basketball to college? Hart: The biggest adjustment would be learning to manage my time. It's tough trying to keep my grades up while practicing and putting in extra work and I'm still working on how to do all of that to the best of my ability.
Q: What's your favorite song? Hart: My current favorite Song is "The Worst" by Jhene Aiko
Q: If you weren't a basketball player what sport would you play? Hart: If I weren't playing basketball I would probably run track or play softball.
Q: Name three songs that are on your iPhone right now Hart: Three songs on my iPhone right now are: Ghetto by August Alsina, Days in the East and Trophies by Drake.
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