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Men’s Basketball: Second-place Tribe travels to take on Northeastern

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February 8, 2008

5:41 PM

The second-place Tribe will travel to Boston Saturday to take on the Northeastern Huskies at 1 p.m. Senior forward Laimis Kiselius (12.0 ppg) and freshman guard John Sexton (44.4 FG percent)
will look to build upon their recent CAA accolades and extend the Tribe’s winning streak to four games, while picking up a crucial, late-season conference win. To make the trip a successful one, the squad must stop Northeastern’s sophomore guard Matt Janning (16.4 ppg), who posted 20 points in the Huskies’ 67-60 downing of Old Dominion Wednesday. The game begins a critical stretch of three straight road games for the Tribe, who will seek to maintain their lofty CAA position going into the CAA tournament.

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