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Huber Quits Basketball After Standout Season At UAFS

Posted: April 7, 2014 at 5 a.m.

PHOTO SUBMITTED: Justyne Huber has decided to quit the team at Arkansas-Fort Smith after leading the Lady Lions in scoring and rebounding this season. She was named Freshman of the Year in the Heartland Conference.
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PHOTO SUBMITTED: Justyne Huber has decided to quit the team at Arkansas-Fort Smith after leading the Lady Lions in scoring and rebounding this season. She was named Freshman of the Year in the Heartland Conference.

Justyne Huber is going out with a bang after only one year of women's college basketball.

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Justyne Huber

SCHOOL: Arkansas-Fort Smith

CLASS: Freshman

POSITION: Center/Forward

HEIGHT: 6-1

NOTABLE: Led Arkansas-Fort Smith in scoring and rebounding as a freshman…. Named Freshman of the Year in the Heartland Conference and honorable mention all-conference… Was a four-time All-Conference, three-time All-State, and two-time NWA Media Small School Player of the Year at Prairie Grove.

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