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Topic - Travis Lay
Dressed in royal blue warm-up suits with wild cheering and the '80s hit "Don't Stop Believing" playing in the background, the American University basketball team yesterday walked into a school send-off party, then to a place they had never been.
From combined dispatches
"Make that two wins," he said after teammates reminded him that they would need to win twice in Birmingham, Ala., before advancing to the tournament's Sweet Sixteen round.
Senior center Travis Lay grabbed the microphone and said, "We hope to make the AU community proud and bring back a win."