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Yet they hadn't forgotten the sting of that defeat to the Beavers as they prepared for the out-of-conference rematch Tuesday night.
Holy Cross won nine out-of-conference games and got off to a good start in PL play before faltering during a four-game losing streak.
Considering the team has already notched quality wins against Syracuse, Connecticut, and out-of-conference against Memphis, that should be enough for an NCAA bid.
The win was part of a solid out-of-conference stretch during which HC also beat New England foes UMass, Harvard and Northeastern.
Like last season, there will be one out-of-conference division that won't be on the schedule for each club.
The conference allows participants exposure to, and experience with, an interdisciplinary cross-section of ideas at the forefront of sustainable business practices through a variety of formats, including creative panels, experiential workshops and out-of-conference interactivity.
The Crusaders will face a demanding out-of-conference schedule, with six games against teams that advanced to the postseason last year, including defending NCAA champion UConn.
I love playing big out-of-conference games," Kelly said.