Angel Reese Celebrates Last-Tear Poa’s Return Ahead of March Madness

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In a touching display of solidarity and support, LSU’s Angel Reese recently dedicated the SEC Conference title championship game to her teammate, Last-Tear Poa, who suffered a frightening injury during a game against Ole Miss. 

Poa’s journey to recovery has become a rallying point for the LSU community, drawing heartfelt concern from teammates, coaches, and even the school president, William Tate, who urged prayers for her well-being.

Following the distressing incident, Poa, diagnosed with a concussion, embarked on a path to recovery, buoyed by the unwavering support of her teammates, medical staff, and the basketball community at large.

Angel Reese Stands by Injured Teammate Last-Tear Poa

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In a touching display of solidarity and support, LSU’s Angel Reese recently dedicated the SEC Conference title championship game to her teammate, Last-Tear Poa, who suffered a frightening injury during a game against Ole Miss.

In a heartfelt video message, Poa expressed her gratitude for the outpouring of love and encouragement she has received during her recuperation.

“Hey my loves, it’s Poa,” she said, her voice imbued with resilience. “I just want to update you guys about my recovery. Um, I’ve been sleeping, spending more time with my family. I just want to thank my trainers, my doctors, my teammates, and the basketball community for all the love and support.”

The news of Poa’s gradual improvement, underscored by a clean CT scan, has been met with relief and joy by those following her progress. 

Angel Reese, in particular, has been a beacon of support for her teammate, using her platform on social media to share updates on Poa’s recovery and shower her with love and encouragement.

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LSU’s March Madness Journey Begins

Looking forward, LSU’s women’s basketball team is gearing up for the March Madness tournament, carrying the weight of Poa’s resilience and the collective spirit of their community. 

Seeded No. 3 in the Albany 2 Region, LSU enjoys the advantage of hosting the first two rounds at their home court, the illustrious Pete Maravich Assembly Center in Baton Rouge.

Their upcoming matchups include games against No. 14 seed Rice and No. 11 seed Middle Tennessee, with the potential to face off against No. 6 seed Louisville in the following round. 

However, the road ahead is fraught with challenges, as formidable opponents like No. 1 seed Iowa, No. 2 seed UCLA, and No. 4 seed Kansas State loom in the Albany 2 region, presenting a formidable test of LSU’s mettle and determination.

As LSU’s women’s basketball team takes to the court, they carry with them not only their own aspirations for victory but also the indomitable spirit of Last-Tear Poa, whose resilience serves as a poignant reminder of the power of unity, courage, and community in the face of adversity.

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