Makenzie Long, a 5-9 sophomore, is the final returning letter winner, who got some valuable experience in the postseason a year ago.
"She has stepped in and played very well for us early on," Meyer said. "She has good size for a guard and she is very good shooter. She can step out and hit the jumper."
Morgan Lowe, a 5-5 sophomore, and 5-8 sophomore Josie Crowell also figure to be in the rotation this year.
"Morgan (Lowe) has good quickness she is a good defender and aggressive," Meyer said. "Josie (Crowell) is a post player, but she can also step out and hit three."
Also splitting time between JV and varsity will be 5-7 junior Leah Poling, 5-2 sophomore Brenna Miller, 5-6 sophomore Morgan Kimmel and 5-7 sophomore Haley Houshel.
"We only have 15 girls in the program total," Meyer said. "So everybody should get good playing time on both teams."
The Buccs will mix things up at both ends of the floor.
"We are going to do what is necessary to win the game," Meyer said. "There are games where we are going to feel like we need to slow the game down. There are going to be games where we are going to want to push the ball. We are going to mix up our defenses. We are going to do whatever it takes to win the game."
Meyer knows the opponents focus will be Whiteman every night out.
"There is no question that teams are going to put a lot of pressure on Sammi (Whitman)," Meyer said. "So that will be a key (finding other scorers). We also need to be able to create things for Sammi. To be able to do that, we need to run our offense."
The Buccs will be tested early on when D-III state runner-up Versailles hosts the Lady Buccs.
"The non-conference schedule is pretty tough," Meyer said. "We have D-I Troy, D-IIs Greenville and Springfield Shawnee, we play Versailles You have Milton-Union, who beat us last year. Hopefully by playing these teams, we can get to where we can play at that level after seeing it."
He expects the CCC to be equally challenging.
"I know Tri-Village lost three good players, but that is such a well-run program," Meyer said. "You always have to look at them. Miami East has Morgan (Haney) back. They are going to be very good. You have Newton with Tatum McBride. Franklin Monroe had success last year with a strong group of freshman. Twin Valley South, Tri-County North and National Trail are all teams that have everybody back. So, it is going to be a battle every night in the CCC."
Meyer says last year motivated his team.
"I think they got a taste of that (the tournament run last year) and everyone was excited about that," he said. "Of course, you would like to take the next step. But, that is such a tough sectional. It all comes down to your draw and how you play."
The good news is the "getting to know you" process is out of the way.