LIBERTY - Meagan Murphy started to have doubts about her college basketball career after she tore her anterior cruciate ligament this summer, but Campbellsville University never had any doubts about her.
That faith in Murphy and the faith she sees in the Christian-based Campbellsville made it a perfect fit. The Casey County senior signed a national letter-of-intent to play for the NAIA school Wednesday.
Murphy figured that she wouldn't play in college after her knee injury. But she said the Campbellsville coaches never made it seem like a big deal.
"When I first got hurt, I thought I probably wouldn't be playing after high school because colleges don't want someone with a bum knee," Murphy said. "The coaches made me feel that I'd be OK and that I'd fit in there."