“I’m young, but I’m doing well” Goh Seo-yeon, the hopeful rookie of Hana 1Q guards

Koh Seo-yeon has emerged as the hope of the Hana One Q guard team.

Bucheon Hanawon Q is currently suffering from a line injury to the guard. Ace Shin Ji-hyeon left due to micro damage to her hamstring and popliteal ligament, and Kim A-na also dropped out of the race due to an ankle injury. Lee Chae-eun, a bench resource, is also unable to play due to an ankle injury.

There is a person who has emerged as the hope of Hana 1Q in the midst of a crisis. It is the rookie Go Seo-yeon. Koh Seo-yeon was called by Hana One Q in the 5th place in the 2nd round at the 2022-2023 WKBL New Player Selection held in September. As a point guard resource, he has excellent scoring ability and decent defense.

At the beginning of the season, he mainly participated in garbage time and did not show much presence, but his recent performance is dazzling. As the guard Jin’s playing time increased due to a series of injuries, he is showing better play than expected.

Ko Seo-yeon played 30 minutes and 10 seconds in the third round of the Shinhan Bank SOL 2022-2023 women’s professional basketball Cheongju KB Stars held at the Bucheon Gymnasium on the 17th, leaving a record of 15 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists, including 3 3-point shots. 30 minutes and 10 seconds is his longest appearance since his debut, and 15 points is his most points in a single game. Hana 1 Q was defeated 60-77, but Ko Seo-yeon’s performance clearly shone.

On this day, Ko Seo-yeon stood out among the prominent seniors. When he had a chance, he boldly threw an out-of-bounds shot, and after 스포츠토토 figuring out where the ball would land, he succeeded in an offensive rebound followed by a bottom-of-the-box shot. He energized the team with his hustle play, which did not shy away from defense. He ran nonstop and tried to be confident wherever the ball was.

After the game, Hana One Q coach Do-wan Kim said of Seo-yeon Ko, “I want to praise the young player for working hard. He’s doing surprisingly well. When I was at Samcheonpo Girls’ High School, I played practice matches with us, but I was not pushed behind by the professional seniors. He is a player that I thought I had to choose,” he said, sparing no praise.

He continued, “Our team needed a point guard, and (the late) Seoyeon is doing well. I think it can be used as a backup resource for (Kim) Anna in the future. The team is difficult right now, but I think the future will be bright if players like Seoyeon are constantly discovered and grown.”

The late Seo-yeon, who clearly imprinted her name with her bold play. Will he be able to continue to be active in the future and grow into one of the future Hana 1Q guards? This is why we must remember Ko Seo-yeon’s name.