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WKU WOMEN'S BASKETBALL WKU guard Noble makes long-awaited Diddle Arena debut

Injuries had limited redshirt freshman guard to two games in two seasons

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  • WKU guard Noble makes long-awaited Diddle Arena debut

    Photos by Joshua Lindsey/Daily News Above: Western Kentucky guard Kendall Noble passes the ball Saturday against Murray State at E.A. Diddle Arena. Noble was playing in her first game since tearing her ACL on Dec. 9. Below: Noble (left) battles Murray State's Nikia Edom for possession.

Posted: Sunday, November 17, 2013 1:00 am

It was a long time coming, but Western Kentucky’s Kendall Noble finally stepped onto the court at E.A. Diddle Arena as a Lady Topper on Saturday.

The redshirt freshman guard from Hazard, who’s recovered from two knee injures and two stress fracture leg injuries during her basketball career, made her home debut in WKU’s 86-63 victory over Murray State.

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