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December 18, 2012

Mount St. Mary out to 3-1 start under new coach

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Tonawanda News — Elise Kreuz and Catherine Meegan are big contributors off the bench for the Thunder, Clark said, but she likes to get everybody involved that shows they deserve some playing time.

The team’s overall work ethic is a big reason its been so successful, according to Clark.

“They don’t give up,” she said. “We’ve had a lot of close games so far and they don’t loose their heads and they don’t get overzealous. They keep their calm and their composure, and they just keep pushing along.”

Clark, originally from Rochester and a former Medaille College graduate assistant coach, is excited at the new opportunity to coach at Mount St. Mary. It’s been an easy transition because of her players.

“The girls are respectful and they’ve brought me in with open arms,” she said. “I can’t complain at all.”

Contact Sports Editor Matt Parrino at 693-1000 ext. 4117 and find Tonawanda News sports on Twitter @tonanewssports.

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