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CEO and Founder Sandy Gholston's Apperance on the Ferris Sports Update

Ah, this never gets old. I had an opportunity to appear on the Ferris Sports Update television show to discuss the Ferris State University men’s basketball team winning the NCAA Division II National Championship.

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Jalen Brunson: Award Winner

Now a two-time champion, Jalen Brunson is embracing his basketball success. Brunson and his teammates won the championship on Monday, were in a parade on Thursday, and for Brunson, he got to end it with another honor. 376 more words

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Episode 9 with former Nebraska lineman Matt Vrzal

We kick off this week’s episode of Nosebleed Radio with our favorite number nines. We take a look back at the National Championship and chat about the Masters for a bit. 79 more words

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Springfield College men’s volleyball sweeps SUNY New Paltz to win 2018 Morgan Classic

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In a rematch of the 2017 title game between No. 1 Springfield College and No. 14 New Paltz St., the Pride were victorious in straight sets to win the International Volleyball Hall of Fame Morgan Classic. 340 more words

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Springfield College men’s volleyball wins Div. III National Championship in front of an excited Blake Arena

(Story first published by The Springfield Student)

The atmosphere on Sunday afternoon was headlined by the Springfield student section called the Maroon Crew who employed a sea of white shirt that read “In Charlie We Trust,” referring to head coach Charlie Sullivan. 1,271 more words

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Wildcats and Irish Rule The Hardwood

The Villanova men and the Notre Dame women claimed the March Madness titles.  The Wildcats claimed their second title in three years with a dominant performance over Michigan, while the Lady Irish finished with a buzzer beater three pointer to defeat Mississippi State’s Lady Bulldogs. 82 more words

Final Four!

I completed a multi-day bucket list item! I traveled to San Antonio, Texas and attended the Final Four and the national championship college basketball games! 170 more words

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