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College spring preview: Franz’s dedication to hitting strengthens Saints

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CANTON — An hour or more before baseball practice begins you can find St. Lawrence University senior Carter Franz in a dark room in the basement of the school’s athletic center tossing baseballs to himself and swinging.

Franz doesn’t really need the extra work, he’s one of the best hitters in the Liberty League, posting a .429 average with six home runs and 36 RBIs last year.

But doing the extra hitting is one of the reasons Franz has been successful in college. He’s never hit lower than .324 in his SLU career.

“Baseball is very mechanical,” Franz said. “If your swing is a tenth of a second off, it kind of throws off everything. I’ve always liked hitting. I think it makes me feel more comfortable, and I have to think less when I’m hitting during a game. The big thing I work on is to keep things simple, do what you can do with the pitches you get and be patient.”

The Saints went 28-14 overall last year and won the Liberty League regular-season title, winning 20 of 28 league games. But the team’s hopes of participating in the NCAA Division III Tournament were dashed when it lost a pair of games to Skidmore College in the Liberty League Tournament.

“We have a lot of our same players back,” said Saints coach Peter Hoy, who had a brief major league career with the Boston Red Sox. “We are excited about the opportunity we have. We felt we were right there last year and we just let an opportunity get away from us. The guys kind of remember how that felt, so I think we’ll be ready to go this year.”

The Saints have gotten off to a 5-3 start this season, with Franz batting .360 with five RBIs. SLU begins defense of its league regular-season title today with a 1 p.m. doubleheader at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

“I think we should have a good year,” Franz said. “We return the majority of our position players and we had one of the most potent offenses in the Liberty League last year. Our experience in the tournament here last year was really valuable. Our Achilles’ heel last year was left-handed pitching. I think that’s something we’ve kind of addressed and improved on already.”

Franz was a first-team All-ECAC player last year and a regional first-team All-American.

“He’s in here working all the time and he works hard in the weight room,” Hoy said. “He really gets in there and battles. He can hit all the pitches and he doesn’t have too many holes in his swing.”

The hours of hitting alone is what helps Franz, because once he gets in a game he can rely on instinct.

“I’m very patient,” Franz said. “I walk a lot and I don’t really mind taking pitches. You get more comfortable as you see more and more pitches. I’ve always been able to hit, it’s the strong part of my game.”

Franz, a native of Cazenovia, was a multi-sport athlete in high school and actually saw the SLU campus for the first time when his youth hockey team made a trip to the north country.

He got the chance to play with the Saints men’s hockey team this season and appeared in three games as a forward.

“There was something about St. Lawrence I liked,” Franz said. “I’m from a really small town and you notice on campus strangers saying, “Hello.” There’s something about the small-town feel I like.”

It won’t be long until the baseball season is over, and Franz has already begun to think about his future.

“I’m an economics major and obviously I have a passion for sports,” Franz said. “I’d love to work for a professional sports team, be it hockey or baseball.”



BASEBALL

Outlook: Clarkson has some offensive holes to fill after graduating David Kinney, who hit .467 last year, and Jerry Coleman, who dropped to .252 last year but was one of the top pro prospects in Division III as a junior. Clarkson’s early leaders this season have been Matt Jenack (.444), Nolan Driscoll (.414) and David Wixted (.400). ... The Saints returned most of their key players. Carter Franz should lead the offense. He hit .429 last year with six home runs and 36 RBIs. Khifer O’Connor has hit .438 during the nonconference games this season. ... The Kangaroos struggled last year and have won just three of their first 15 games this season. Freshman Michael Zelyez leads the team with a .409 average. Kevin Hill is hitting .385 and Gerardo Torres .380.

Clarkson

Coach: Jim Kane (13th year, 237-209).

2012 record: 18-21 overall (12-16 Liberty League).

2013 record: 3-5 (0-0).

Roster: Scott Morrissey (Sr. OF), Pete Roma (Jr. P/IF), Evan Young (So. P), Justin Rebhun (Jr. IF/P), Anthony Padrazo (Fr. IF/P), Connor Martin (Fr. IF), John Coleman (So. IF/P), Bobby Derico (So. IF), Jarrod Mattingly (Jr. IF/OF/P), Dan Lenney (Jr. OF), Ian Castle (Fr. P), Jim Coleman (So. P), Nolan Driscoll (So. P/OF), Matt Ehrets (So. P), Jeremy Hoffman (Fr. P), Matt Jenack (Sr. C), Kyle Henchey (Jr. OF/P), Bryan Chudy (Sr. P), Kevin McNeil (Fr. OF), Tim Beninati (So. C), David Wixted (Jr. OF), Pete Lasecki (Sr. IF), Jamie Terry (Fr. P), Mike Taggart (Fr. C), Kolby Ziemendorf (Jr. C), Greg Jasek (Fr. C/P/IF), Geoff Baldwin (Fr. P), Pat Ripa (So. P), Ryan Vaughn (So. IF).

St. Lawrence

Coach: Peter Hoy (3rd year, 47-34).

2012 record: 28-14 overall (20-8 Liberty League).

2013 record: 5-3 (0-0).

Roster: Bryan Palermo (Jr. IF/P), Chris Fernandez (So. IF), John Ainsley (Jr. IF/C), Ethan Braddock (Sr. IF), Paul Piatelli (Sr. IF), Eric McGuire (So. IF), Mark Syron (So. C/OF), Frank Grady (FR. P), Brian Magoveny (Jr. OF), Khifer O’Connor (Jr. IF), Dan Hedden (Fr. P), Chris Kellogg (Jr. P), Zane Fish (Jr. C), Carter Franz (Sr. OF), Ben Jenkins (Jr. P), Matt DeLuca (Sr. C), Kevin Prindle (Jr. P), Joe Riley (JR. P), Dustin Pond (Fr. P), Chris Conlon (Jr. OF), Jeff Kott (Sr. IF), Andrew Schreyack (So. IF/P), Michael Dell’Olio (Jr. P/OF), Andrew Weitzel (Sr. P).

SUNY Canton

Coach: Joe Carbone (3rd year, 21-69).

2012 record: 9-28.

2013 record: 3-12.

Roster: Alex Banski (Fr. IF), Eddy Morel (Fr. IF), Chris Jones (So. IF), Tom Darling (Sr. OF), Axel Riviere (Fr. IF), John Mancini (So. P), Cody Ploughman (Fr. OF), Greg Dobies (Fr. IF), Khalil Bratton (Fr. P), Mike Petrelli (Fr. OF), Travis Legacy (So. P), Jordan Hunneyman (Jr. OF/IF), Kyle Sacks (Fr. C/IF/OF), Bryce MacDonald-Wilson (Jr. P), Tyler Thomas (So. P), Zach Rosenthal (Sr. P), Michael Zelyez (Sr. P/OF), Nick Belile (Jr. IF), Kevin Hill (Fr. C), Alex LaFountain (Jr. P), Gerardo Torres (Sr. OF), Kevin Gebhart (Fr. P), James Amelotte (So. P), Phil Tsiaras (Jr. C), Dom Deliberti (So. P), Braden Giffin (Fr. 1B/OF).



SOFTBALL

Outlook: The Saints are led by sophomore pitcher Kyle Plimpton, who already holds the career record for strikeouts. Plimpton is 3-3 this year with a 2.29 ERA and 49 strikeouts in 39 innings. Elizabeth McGinley leads the offense with a .433 average and Leslie Stratton is hitting .395. ... SUNY Canton won just eight games last year but the Kangaroos have already earned five wins this season. Andrea Rogers has been the team’s top offensive player with a .458 average, three home runs and 18 RBIs. ... SUNY Potsdam has won five of its first six games, but the Bears were 11-7 in nonconference games last year and staggered to a 2-16 conference mark. Heather Johnson is hitting .556, Ashley Thayer .550 and Megan Johnson .538 early on.

St. Lawrence

Coach: Elisa Van Kirk (first year).

2012 record: 20-13 overall (4-6 Liberty League).

2013 record: 6-6 (0-0).

Roster: Kyle Plimpton (So. P), Leslie Stratton (Jr. IF/OF), Natasha Bell (Jr. OF), Elizabeth McGinley (Sr. P/IF), Audra Caine (Fr. OF), Rebecca Allen (Jr. OF), Aisha O’Connor (So. P/IF), Lauren Weisbarth (Sr. IF/OF), Brady Cooper (So. UT), Marissa Boyer (So. OF/C), Caroline Kieltyka (Jr. IF/OF), Cailyn Welsh (Jr. OF), Chelsea Cavellier (Sr. C/IF), Abby Hewett (Fr. C/DH).

SUNY Canton

Coach: Jackie Klahold (first year).

2012 record: 8-26.

2013 record: 5-11.

Roster: Sharon Cordero (Fr. OF), Tina DeLuca (Sr. P), Nicole Mulieri (Jr. OF), Kaylin Switzer (So. IF/OF), Mariah Calhoun (Fr. IF/OF), Allie Gibson (Jr. P), Kristyn Reynolds (Fr. OF/IF), Destiny Petty (Jr. OF), Ashley Merritt (Fr. P), Amanda Bitting (Sr. OF), Jessica Rhodes (So. UT), Hallie Fenti (So. C), Andrea Rogers (Jr. IF).

SUNY Potsdam

Coach: Shannon Dillabough (9th year).

2012 record: 13-23 overall (2-16 SUNYAC).

2013 record: 5-1 (0-0).

Roster: Brittany Thivierge (Jr. C/IF), Jordan Sarat (Fr. P/OF), Amanda Perry (Sr. C/OF), Megan Johnson (Jr. P/IF), Samantha Cohn (Fr. OF/P), Carina Chirinko (Fr. P/OF), Erin Klettke (So. UT), Ashley Thayer (Jr. P/OF), Alexis Lerman (Fr. IF/OF), Khalshia White (Jr. IF/C/OF), Molly McCuin (Jr. IF), Shannon Pagliaro (Jr. UT), Meg Gabri (Fr. IF), Carissa Cornwell (So. OF), Heather Johnson (Sr. IF/OF), Sarah Hraniotis (Sr. IF), Katie Marsman (Fr. C/IF).



MEN’S LACROSSE

Outlook: Clarkson has won four of its first six games but dropped its Liberty League opener to RIT. Matthew Gold is leading Clarkson’s offense with 11 goals. Peter Goss has nine goals. Matt McCabe (7 goals-8 assists) and Corey Herrington (7-12) have been playmakers. ... SLU has lost three of its first seven games, but two of the losses came against ranked teams. The Saints have gotten off to strong start in games, outscoring opponents 32-25 in the first half. But SLU has been outscored 34-26 in the second half. Jeremy Vautour leads the team with 13 goals. ... SUNY Canton has shown some improvement from last season, playing even with its opponents. the Kangaroos have scored 64 goals and allowed 44 and split their first six games... The Bears are 3-2 in nonconference games and just two wins shy of last year’s total of five.

Clarkson

Coach: Bill Bergan (25th year).

2012 record: 9-6 overall (3-3 Liberty League).

2013 record: 4-2 (0-1).

Roster: Harrison Washuta (So. G), Dylan Caldiero (Jr. D), Austin Case (Fr. M), Matt McCabe (Sr. A), Robert Linder (So. A), Jamie Stuhlinger (Sr. M), J.D. St. Croix (So. D), Tim Krauss (Jr. M), Keith Mierzwa (Fr. D), Jeff Sciera (Sr. M), Andrew Washuta (Jr. M), Shane Martin (Sr. A), Peter Goss (Jr. A), Ryan Cole (Sr. G), Nicholas Bruno (Fr. D), Dan Duffy (Fr. M), Tyler Tomeny (So. A), Jack Dowst (So. M), Brendon Shearin (Sr. M), Corey Herringtno (So. A), Matthew Gold (So. M), J.R. Campbell (Fr. A), Carmen Pascuito (So. D), Ben Paprocki (Fr. M), Dan Liddy (Jr. M), Derrick Cheney (So. D), Jason Floyd (Fr. D), Dylan Broomfield (So. M), Mark Nortz (So. M), Dylan Hrebenach (So. M), Curtis Taylor (Fr. M), Brian Freeland (Jr. D), James Wright (Jr. A), Rick Clement (Jr. D), Sean Mech (Jr. M), Donald Whelley (So. D), Casey McGarrity (Fr. M), Eric Nova (So. D), Ryan Perry (Fr. D), Michael Ku (So. A), Garth Buck (Fr. G).

St. Lawrence

Coach: Mike Mahoney (16th year, 156-71).

2012 record: 12-3 overall (4-2 Liberty League).

2013 record: 4-3 (1-0).

Roster: Jack Nuland (Sr. G), Jeff Goeke (Sr. G), Ryan Brigham (Fr. M), Pierson Fowler (Jr. M), Marcus Emerson (Sr. M), Cam Mullins (Fr. M), Cam Scullen (Sr. M), Justin Ingram (Sr. A), Charls Hurlock (So. D), Davey Hovey (Sr. A), James Fuller (Sr. G), Gavin Woolard (Jr. LSM), Josh Robinson (Sr. LSM), Jack Roberts (So. D), Kersey Reed (Fr. M), Taylor Gerhardt (Jr. M), Jeremy Vautour (Fr. A), Bret Newman (So. D), Marc Perroni (Jr. A), Dave Schoettler (Sr. M), Malcolm Lynch (Fr. LSM), Alonzo Holcombe (Jr. M), Mac Johnson (Sr. A), Christopher Anklin (So. M), Oliver Dennis (Sr. M), Kirk Ryder (Fr. M), Garrett Gagne (So. A), Sam Marvin (Jr. D), Nick Ford (So. G), Charlie Duprey (Fr. M), Brian Wilber (Sr. D), Cody Danforth (Sr. A), Tommy Hovey (So. A), Robbie Dowers (So. D), Joseph Stacy (Fr. M), Cole Bouley (Fr. D), Zach Sloan (Jr. A), Luke DiLisio (So. A), Charlie Jennings (So. M), Alden Frelinghuysen (Jr. M), Tucker Garfield (Sr. M), Connor Behun (Jr. M), Tristram Nicola (Jr. A), Jake Davis (Jr. M), Tim Kelley (So. M), Jamie Dowell (So. LSM), William Burchenal (So. M), David Bugbee (Fr. M), Patrick Sullivan (Fr. G), Charles Segar (Fr. M), Reed McLeod (Fr. M), Ryan Fisher (Fr. G).

SUNY Canton

Coach: Pat Harrington (first year).

2012 record: 4-6.

2013 record: 2-3.

Roster: Tanner Pratt (Jr. A), Ryan Cardiff (So. M), Dustin Andrus (Fr. M), Tony Carden (So. M), Chris Gamble (Fr. M/A), Jason Thompson (So. A), Brian Nowak (Jr. M), James Kane (So. M), Steve Novak (So. A), Patrick Connelly (Sr. M/A), Jack Keenan (Jr. M/A), Corey Spuck (Jr. G), Brian Cook (Fr. M), Victor Boyce (So. M), Taylor Caswell (So. M), Garrett DiTullio (So. A), Shawn Spadaccini (So. A), Mike Matthews (Fr. M0, Zarrien Sloan (Fr. M), Rob Gleason (Sr. M), Richard Brogden (So. D), Devin Gruneisen (Fr. M), Isaac Colbert (Fr. D), Kristian Daley (Sr. D), Terry Bradford (Jr. D), Victor Rivera (Fr. D), Jeff Hammond (Fr. G), Alex Bonno (Fr. D), Greg Brangman (So. M).

SUNY Potsdam

Coach: Rick Berkman (19th year).

2012 record: 5-8 overall (1-5 SUNYAC).

2013 record: 3-2 (0-0).

Roster: Alex Pavone (So. A), Ryan McConnell (Sr. M), Kyle Nicholas (Sr. A), Bobby Morris (Sr. M), Jared Flath (Jr. M), Robbie Ashlaw (Jr. M), Pat Morrill (Sr. M), Rob Kunz (Jr. A), Derek Frost (Jr. M), Nick Peryea (Sr. D), Ryan Doyle (Sr. G), Andrew Swords (Fr. D), Pat Bonafede (Fr. M), Billy Temple (So. D), Pat Nealon (Sr. D), Kevin Logan (Jr. A), Pat Mahar (Jr. M), Jake Armstrong (Jr. D), Jeff Love (So. D), Joe Tristan (Jr. D), Ryan Minsker (So. M), Brady Fremont (Sr. M), Jacob Gyder (Sr. D), Joe Fitzgerald (Jr. D), Ed Doherty (Fr. A), Matt Kennedy (Fr. M), Ryan Duffy (Jr. G), Stefan Sloma (Sr. G), Matt Donovan (Jr. M), Peter Gropp (Fr. G), Ryan Mousaw (So. D), Nick Waseleski (So. D), Brandon Kemp (Fr. D), Jackson Corcoran (Fr. G), Dylan Collins (Fr. A), Jeff Seager (Jr. M), Jon Woodworth (So. M).



WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Outlook: Just five games in, Clarkson has nearly matched its win total from a year ago. The Golden Knights were 7-8 last year and are 5-0 now. Katie VanDeValk has led the way with 18 goals, while Christine Wright and Alyssa Cristaldi each have 15. ... Brigid Hurley’s offense has helped SLU win four of its first seven games. Hurley has scored 19 of SLU’s 85 goals this season. Other top producers for the Saints include Stephanie O’Rourke (9-4) and Michaela Maybee (11-1). ... SUNY Canton has shown improvement in its second year as a program, already surpassing last year’s win total. Freshman Keeley Rice leads the team in scoring with 14 goals and nine assists and sophomore Tressa Goolden has 15 goals and six assists. ... The Bears have won just one game in their first four contests this season. Denise Johns has led the team with 11 of the squad’s 40 goals.

Clarkson

Coaches: Ben Gaebel and Christy Foster (first year).

2012 record: 7-8 overall (2-6 Liberty League).

2013 record: 5-0 (0-0).

Roster: Jeannette Pendergast (Sr. D), Adrienne Walker (Jr. D), Katie VanDeValk (Sr. A), Danielle Tani (So. M), Abby Doyle (So. A), Nicole Kelly (Sr. A), Emma Oliver (So. D), Emma Jeffery (Fr. D), Meghan McKenna (Fr. M), Mallory Fisher (Fr. D), Taryn Dausman (So. M), Hanna Gleason (Fr. D), Morgan McGowan (Sr. M), Marissa Mastronardi (Jr. A), Danielle Faivus (So. A), Meghan Musialowski (Fr. D), Mollie Simmons (So. D), Christine Wright (Fr. M), Alyssa Cristaldi (Sr. A), Noelle Miller (Sr. M), Kerrie Cline (Sr. A), Molly Carson (Fr. A), JoJo Burridge (Fr. D), Kara DiNatale (Jr. G), Stephanie Lynch (Fr. G).

St. Lawrence

Coach: Jodi Canfield (15th year, 113-86).

2012 record: 9-7 overall (6-3 Liberty League).

2013 record: 4-3 (0-0).

Roster: Adden Cunningham (So. G), Brigid Hurley (Sr. A), Annie McClelland (Fr. A), Joey Kelley (Sr. M), Charlotte Reilly (Fr. M), Danielle Zimmer (So. M), Caroline Bailey (Fr. M), Michaela Maybee (Fr. M), Abigail Horan (Jr. A), Holly Noyes (Sr. M), Isabelle Mackell (Fr. D), Abigail Owens (Fr. M), Tasha Cornell-Roberts (Jr. D), Regina Rogers (Jr. D), Jill Carlton (Fr. A), Chloe Knapp (Fr. M), Hannah Calvelli (Fr. M), Faith Seeley (F. D), Lizzy Saward (Fr. M), Stephanie O’Rourke (Sr. M), Carly VanTassel (Jr. A), Parker Benedict (Jr. M), Emma Garfield (Fr. M), Lanie Homet (Fr. M), Martha Hamlin (So. D), Tory Small (Jr. D), Mackenzie Collins (So. M), Annie Henderson (Fr. M), Molly Herman (Fr. G), Blythe Crasto (Sr. M), Greta White (Fr. G).

SUNY Canton

Coach: Dave Bradman (2nd year).

2012 record: 2-9.

2013 record: 3-3.

Roster: Yaslin Fajardo (So. D), Brooke Knight (Jr. A), Robyn Carroll (Fr. M), Caty Darling (Jr. D), Roxana Guerra (So. M), Keri Christensen (So. M), Tierra Messina (Fr. M), Caitlin LaVoie (Fr. A/M), Brittani Bessette (So. M), Trishanna Bennett (So. M), Keeley Rice (Fr. A), Courtney Drake (Jr. D/G), Keri Dempsey (Fr. M/D), Kayla Gilbert (Fr. M/D), Tressa Goolden (So. M), Ashley James (So. M), Megan Poupore (Fr. A), Kelsey Murray (Fr. D), Alyssa Altschuler (Fr. G), Devyn Hutcheson (So. M), Ramona Parnell (Fr. M), Gabrielle Durant (Fr. D), Aiisha Ramsay (So. M), Debora Matias (Fr. M), Precious Cummings (Fr. M).

SUNY Potsdam

Coach: Lauren Bruce (11th year).

2012 record: 5-11 overall (1-7 SUNYAC).

2013 record: 1-3 (0-0).

Roster: Katie Putnam (So. M), Renee McKay (Sr. D), Bailey Weigel (So. A), Brittany Blake (Fr. M), Whitney Boshart (Sr. A), Emily Petit (So. M), Bri McClusky (Fr. A), Maggie McCabe (Fr. D/A), Julie Perna (Sr. M), Erika Olsowske (Sr. D), Lizzie Marchbanks (Fr. M), Margaret Wall (So. M), Carolyn Herrera (So. M), Brittany Coffey (Sr. D), Michelle Varney (Jr. A), Stephanie White (Sr. D), Denise Johns (Sr. A), Jen Chmiel (Jr. G), Sally Mooney (Fr. G).



TRACK AND FIELD

St. Lawrence Men

Coach: John Newman.

Roster: Tyler Baldino (Jr.), Adam Bankert (Fr.), Josiah Bartlett (Fr.), Trevor Bibb (So.), A.J. Blaisdell (Sr.), Brendan Courneene (Jr.), Nick Crawford (Fr.), Bryce DeBoer (Fr.), Landen Elliott-Knaggs (So.), Jon Eng (Jr.), Josh Eng (Fr.), Andrew Fisher (Sr.), Jake Fredericks (Sr.), Leif Frymire (Sr.), Bryan Geiger (Fr.), Corey Hahnl (Jr.), Jason Hardacre (Fr.), Alimamy Kabia (Fr.), Omaru Kabia (Jr.), Brian Kane (Jr.), Scott Kasson (Fr.), Joseph Keil (Fr.), Wesley Kirui (Fr.), Shawn Lillie (So.), Vincent Maniscalco (Fr.), Adam McNichol (So.), Will Moynihan (Fr.), Zach Nelson (Jr.), Spencer Patterson (Fr.), Christopher Payton (So.), Steve Petramale (Jr.), Connor Rockhill (Fr.), Jamal Samaroo (So.), Albert Scardera (So.), Mike Scott (Sr.), Ethan Self (Jr.), Harrison Sloan (Fr.), Brett Smith (So.), Scott Smolensky (So.), Michael Theobald (Fr.), Ellis Toll (Fr.), Aaron Tompkins (So.), Adrian Wilson (Jr.), Brian Wright (Fr.).

St. Lawrence Women

Coach: Kate Curran.

Roster: Chinelo Asanya (Fr.), Victoria Bean (Jr.), Ariel Beccia (Jr.), Eliza Bell (So.), Natasha Bell (Jr.), Divya Biswal (So.), Caitlin Boreyko (Jr.), Machele Clark (Jr.), Amy Cymerman (Jr.), Kylee Disotelle (Fr.), Elizabeth Edwards (Gr.), Sarah Francesconi (Fr.), Janelle Fredericks (Fr.), Teresa Grigg (Fr.), Cassia Hameline (So.), Jenna Jasinski (Fr.), Hannah Kinsey (Jr.), Toria Koutras (Jr.), Kelsey Leder (Jr.), Kristen Linder (Jr.), Katie Mannix (Jr.), Jessica Marini (Sr.), Ella Martin (Fr.), Chloe McElligott (Fr.), Kylie Morris (Jr.), Courtney Mullen (Fr.), Meghan O’Brien (So.), Jaleigh Pier (Fr.), Anna Pond (So.), Anna Rabideau (So.), Paige Randall (So.), Caroline Raue (Sr.), Emily Rebehn (Jr.), Marissa Rescott (Jr.), Allison Scarf (Fr.), Carly Stine (So.), Marisa Turner (Fr.), Jessica Tyree (So.), Jenny Van Ooyen (Fr.), Taylor Washington (Jr.), Samantha Weber (So.), Samantha Yee (So.).

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