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UGF Men's Basketball Ready for Frontier Conference Play

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The UGF Ago Men's Basketball team is currently 6-2 on the year and in the midst of a 3 game winning steak.  This Saturday UGF hits the road and will open league play against an 8-2 Lewis-Clark State squad. The Argos won't play another conference foe until January say they are looking forward to the challenge that awaits in Lewiston, Idaho.

Junior Guard Marcus Hurn said, "I'm very excited about getting going in conference because I know there's going to be a lot of tough teams there and I like competition."

Senior Guard Marcel Towns said, "I'm pretty excited, especially our first conference game.  I want to make a statement and show what we can do."

Heading in to conference play, the Argos will have their hands full.  This year the Frontier Conference is projected to be as strong as its ever been.

Head Coach Steve Silsby said, "Top to bottom I think it's the best conference is going to be since I've been here.  We got to open up at LC State and they're sitting at 1st place in their non conference schedule but one thing I'm happy about is I got a lot of veterans.  I got guys who have been through the blocks, been through grind.  But we've been preparing this week and hopefully we'll do alright."

 

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