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Lake Superior State Hoops D-2 NCAA Tournament Bound

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The Lake Superior State men's basketball team will continue its season Saturday thanks to an at-large bid in the Division II NCAA Tournament.

The Lakers will face GLIAC Tournament Champion Findlay Saturday at O'Reilly Family Events Center in Springfield, Missouri.

Lake Superior State is a #5 seed in the Midwest Regional, Findlay is the #4 seed.

The Lakers won the regular season GLIAC Title but lost to Malone in the first round of the GLIAC Tournament.

Their only meeting of the year took place December 5th, Findlay beat Lake Superior State 88-78 in Sault Ste Marie.

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