Junior Chelsea Gould averaged a solid 6.2 points and 6.6 rebounds last season and Hammons has been impressed with the example she has set.
“Chelsea has done a lot of good things for us at both ends of the floor and we think she is hungry to win games,” he said. “Now we need the others to be hungry, too.”
The Warriors will feature two seniors this season in Whitney Taylor and Kaitlyn Moss.
The biggest area for growth Hammons feels is in the practice and preparation.
“Our mindset in practice each and every day,” he said. “We need to treat practice with a sense of urgency, not going through the motions. We need to be ready, focused, competitive and realize how important details are in improving as a team.”