Stormers continue their fight for top seed position
"Everyone makes the N4C Tournament, we are playing for seeding. We are the two seed," said Coach Randy Casey of the Stormers.
The team lost three straight. February 4 against Madison College (64-71), February 8 against Harper College (52-76) and against Triton College (75-81), which then turned their record to 18-8.
Before that, the Stormers came out on top with three consecutive wins. January 28 against Wright College (73-70), January 30 against Daley College (70-50), and in a game that went into overtime February 1 against Rock Valley College (83-80) making their record 18-5.
The NJCAA Playoffs starts February 29.
Keep a watchful eye for the N4C playoffs on February 29 MATC's homepage and website.
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