In a recent college basketball round up for the Boston Herald, Tom Layman called the Holy Cross Crusaders “the hottest Div. 1 men’s basketball team in Massachusetts.” After a change to the starting lineup, coach Milan Brown says his team has better spacing on the court, and is no longer fighting itself in games.
“We put so much emphasis on being league champs,” Brown said. “I told them to loosen up and have some fun trying to play college basketball. Enjoy the process, stay in the moment and we have a better chance to play well.”
This “Holy Cross in the News” item by Bridget Cass.
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