Niagara Gazette


September 27, 2013

Grand Island's Doctor leads way defensively


Niagara Gazette — “I’m sure with his size and ability, he could play for any Division III program,” Santorio said. “Once the season’s over, we’ll talk to him, put together (game film) and send it out wherever he’d like. If (a D-I or D-II) school is interested, maybe they could offer him a scholarship.

“People sometimes look at D-III programs and forget that it’s a huge accomplishment to even play at that level. Buffalo State, Brockport... they are some very good players playing for those teams.”

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