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The 2013 seniors will see their last home action on Saturday afternoon. Let's take a look at their journey to their final home game. We'll start with Alex Eppensteiner.
Alex Eppensteiner came to Cincinnati from Elder high school. He's spent most of his career as a walk on before becoming a scholarship player this season. Eppensteiner has played 25 games in his career. He has attempted 13 shots, making 4 of them. He's 1-3 from 3. He's 4-8 at the free throw line. That adds up to 13 points. Alex has 6 assists, 3 rebounds and 3 steals.
Eppensteiner saw his first action in the second game of the season. He missed his first career shot. He played 5 minutes against Tennessee State but also missed his only shot. Alex missed his first 3 and missed his first 2 free throw attempts against Cal State Bakersfield. Eppensteiner played a minute in the NIT game against Weber State and got on the floor as the Dayton game ended. That was all his...
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The 2013 Seniors will play their final home game on Saturday afternoon. Let's take a look at their journey to this point. We covered Alex Eppensteiner, Cheikh Mbodj and JaQuon Parker. Last but not least is Cashmere Wright.
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The 2013 seniors will see their last home action on Saturday afternoon. Let's take a look at their journey to their final home game. We started with Alex Eppensteiner. We continue on with Cheikh Mbodj.
Cheikh Mbodj came to Cincinnati as a junior college transfer. He was a 3 star recruit according to rivals. Cheikh had the reputation of a shot blocker...