Playing in the Patriot League is different than most colleges. You play a different schedule than most leagues (games on Wednesday and Saturday) and you have to attend classes during the week. How did you juggle it? "I think it’s about good time management skills. During the day, a lot of teammates and I will do homework between classes. If we have an hour between classes, we might take a break and hang out, but a lot of us are in the library, doing homework during that time. On away trips, a lot of us do homework on the bus. We do have classes on the day of and the day after games. Last week, we had a game at Loyola. We had classes until 1 and then we took off for the game. We were doing homework on the way there and on the way home because we had classes the next day."
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