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USCB women golfers finish third in national title quest

A shot at the school’s first national championship slipped away from the USCB women’s golf team on the back nine of Friday’s final round of the NAIA National Championships, but the Sand Sharks walked away with a third-place finish — the highest in program history and tied for the best national championship finish by any USCB team.

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One step at a time: USCB athlete on overcoming brain tumor

USCB senior Joel Norras, who graduates Friday, had a brain tumor surgically removed in 2008, but that didn't keep him from joining the USCB cross country team. He spoke on camera Thursday about the residual effects of the tumor and how they only spur him on in competition.
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