While Ross has been pleased with her individual performances throughout her Irish career, she's more focused on getting back the winning feeling.
"It is really good getting back to the winning," Ross said. "Last year was a down season. So it's really nice to get those wins on the board. It feels a lot better.
"Last season was really rough. We lost a lot of starters. We had to pretty much rebuild the team. I tried to be a leader and keep the team's heads up and bring us together. We tried our best."
Catholic already has eight more wins this season than it did a year ago, and while Ross knows the Irish have a long way to go, she hopes to get the program back to the level it was two years ago.
"My freshman year was probably my favorite so far," Ross said. "I just want to get back to the level of where we were. I know how it meant to me and how it would mean to everyone else."
Corbett, in his first season with the Irish, also understands wins is what it's going to take to get the program back on track.
"The record was three and whatever last year and we are already at 11," Corbett said. "We have improved on that and everyone on our staff is tickled to death with the progress they have made.
"We want to get the numbers back up, and to do that, they want to see wins on the board. Now we have had a decent season with some wins, maybe we can get more kids out. Catholic has a winning tradition and we want it to be a program to build for years to come."