Back at the hotel; Bruins calling it a night to prepare

Well, first, thanks everyone for following my blog today as it reached record numbers! We’ve arrived back at the hotel in Athens, Coach had a team meeting, and the guys all dispersed to their rooms. In result, I’m back at my computer to blog! Today was a fun day, albeit tiring, but ended on a great note. We had an awesome host dinner (as previously mentioned) and it was really a lot of fun.

With the enjoyment important, it’s now time to get down to business. Heck, our Round of 16 match against Stanford is literally 48 hours away once we wake up tomorrow! And that is what Coach Martin stressed; we have to take care of business and preparation these next few days. LUCKILY, we have the best in the business who is a legend at UCLA. We call him GRANT. In all seriousness, Grant has made sure to have everything prepared for this trip, including a few new shirts to excite the team! Water? Check! Gatorade? Check! Grips/String/Headbands? Check! Below is a few pictures of Grant’s hard work to make Coach Martin and Coach Kwinta’s life a bit easier.

Anyway, thanks again for all the support. Tomorrow we get to hit at the site at University of Georgia for the first time (along with the other men’s team) and it always gets everyone’s competitive juices flowing from all the teams when we all clash tomorrow at the Georgia courts. So we will get to feel out the courts and all those idiosyncrasies at the courts. So therefore it’s business tomorrow in preparation of what we be a tough-as-nails match against the Cardinal on Friday at noon.

I’ll be sure to be on top of everything (as much as I can between my ACTUAL duties of Team Manager) to keep all you Bruin fans as close to the action as possible. Signing off saying, goodnight and GO BRUINS!

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One Comment on “Back at the hotel; Bruins calling it a night to prepare”

  1. Emily Says:

    Grant is the bomb! Seriously, Grant is ALWAYS prepared, hehe.

    (Though, question! What does it mean by “host family”?)

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