Grand Canyon basketball's future fueled by first-year flirtation with NCAA Tournament
After coming within one win of the NCAA Tournament in its first year of eligibility, Grand Canyon men's basketball is ready to take it up another notch.
At least, that was how coach Dan Majerle tackled Saturday's postgame news conference following his team's 72-58 loss to New Mexico State in the Western Athletic Conference tournament final at Orleans Arena in Las Vegas.
Majerle can feel good about a third consecutive 20-win season (the Antelopes went 22-11) and reaching the final in the school's first year of being eligible for the WAC tournament.
But it lost three times to New Mexico State... read more
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