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Topic - Jamion Christian
The beginning and the end weren't so good to Mount St. Mary's.
The Mountaineers finally have a stage to tell those stories now. Mount St. Mary's qualified for the NCAA tournament last week by winning the Northeast Conference championship.
To prepare for a second consecutive trip to the Northeast Conference title game, Mount St. Mary's coach Jamion Christian looked back on his performance last season, when he thought he over-coached the game.
Coach Jamion Christian said his team was not disheartened.
"A lot of teams would have folded," he said. "Our guys didn't do that. They took the punch and they bounced back."