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     This past weekend the NCAA Division III women's tournament rolled in to Ferrum College and with it rolled in Capital University and an assistant coach with local flair.

     Lindsay Reynolds cut her teeth playing basketball at Cave Spring High School and played her college ball at Roanoke College.  She is now an assistant coach at the Columbus, Ohio University and she gets a shot at her first NCAA tournament game in front of the home crowd as well.

    Aside from the thrill of coaching in her first NCAA game she also got to share a bit of her home town with her players even though it was from a seat on a bus driving down 581.

   And about that city she shared from a bus seat--It seems these days with names like Greg Marshall(Wichita State), JJ Redick(LA Clippers),  Luke Hancock(NCAA Champion Louisville)-- and now Lindsay Reynolds.  Roanoke is a basketball hotbed and Reynolds is glad she can now throw her name into the conversation.

  Capital lost to the host Ferrum Panthers in Round one. The Panthers are made up almost entirely of SW Virginia talent. Christopher Newport advanced after defeating Ferrum in the Round of 32 on Saturday night.

 

 

 

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