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November 13, 2012

Niagara finds frosh to be 'fearless'

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Niagara Gazette — "We've proven that if we don't get better defensively and rebound the ball better we will make it tough to win games," Mihalich said. "But we did a good job scoring the ball and after watching the tape, we came to the conclusion that we were a lot closer than we thought."

The Purple Eagles play their first home game tonight against St. Francis.

"They're a solid defensive team with good guards that was leading Penn State in the second half," Mihalich said. "They are not very bid, but are very quick. But we still have got to defend and rebound better."

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