Holding their own; Wildcats keep pace in conference; stay competitive in D-I tournament

“We should have gotten that second one, but it was a great performance by our guys to play against two scholarship teams,” said Beverly. “We were able to compete, and I think that’s a testament to our players and their mentality. We’re not satisfied, and those two games really helped prove that. We think that, on any given night, we can play with and beat anybody.”

Lincoln has three more games before the  semester break. They have already secured a winning record going into the second half, but Beverly still thinks that the best is yet to come.

“As a team, we aren’t any where near satisfied,” said the coach, “and that hunger is what’s been driving us.”

By John Goralski Dominic Johnson attacks the rim during a recent Lincoln College of New England men’s basketball game. Lincoln is 8-4 with three games to go before the  mid-season break.

By John Goralski

Dominic Johnson attacks the rim during a recent Lincoln College of New England men’s basketball game. Lincoln is 8-4 with three games to go before the mid-season break.

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