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March 8, 2014

Looking ahead to next year

After disappointing end to season, Triton basketball looks forward

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“I know that we can be really special, but we are trying hard to stay grounded at this point,” Rogers said. “We have to work to eliminate turnovers because that killed us this year and we have to play better as a team.”

But when it comes to expectations, it is difficult at this point to set any.

“I honestly thought that after our 9-11 record last year, we were coming into this year more talented. It's hard to say what next year has in store for us.”

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