OSU women’s basketball: New Mexico camp honors Miranda Serna
By Anthony Slater – Staff Writer
Long after the tragic November plane crash, Miranda Serna’s legacy continues to live on.
The first annual Miranda Serna Basketball Camp was held last month in Mora, New Mexico, set up by Aaron Chavez, Serna’s cousin. Sixty-five campers attended the event, which honored Miranda in her hometown.
“I thought the camp went extremely well,” Chavez said. “There was no doubt Miranda was there. We gave out photos of Miranda, bracelets of Miranda and pins with the number four on them, with all the people in the crash’s names on it.”
Serna, then an assistant on the Oklahoma State women’s basketball team, was one of four people killed in a Nov. 17 plane crash in the Arkansas hills, along with former coach Kurt Budke and Olin and Paula Branstetter, OSU boosters.
Serna’s mother, Nettie Herrera, was also present at the camp and was overjoyed at the response.
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