Congratulations to our seniors. We'll miss you.
We decided to go with New Horizons because it's designed to give seniors the opportunity to perform music.
It simply isn't fair for senators to cut to the front of the line when seniors around the country have been forced to wait for hours to get a flu shot.
It comes from our seniors having been in the program for four years. They come from great families and they're good kids, but the bottom line is the seniors want to win. When you have a group that wants to win as badly as they do, it's contagious.
These seniors are a special group. We'll miss them tremendously. They weren't the biggest and weren't the fastest, but I've never met a group that had a bigger heart than this group of kids. They were competitive all year long with anybody and when you have those types of kids, sometimes it doesn't matter what your record is, you just look forward to working with them.
We can still get into the upper half of the conference, and if seniors want to leave their mark, that would be the way to do it.
It's a lot more pressure this year. There's a lot of expectations and there's a lot of seniors and from Day 1, I think the expectation has been there for us to get back to the state. Hopefully we can get over some of this sickness, these illnesses, and get ourselves back in playing shape.
These seniors epitomized leadership. I couldn't ask for a better group of six guys.
I love those guys (seniors) and I will do anything for them. I hate to lose them.
This is a fun time for seniors. I think of it as a new beginning instead of an end. Liz and Lindsay are extraordinary people. What they have given to Michigan State is remarkable.
It was great win for the seniors. Last year it came down to the last play and they stopped us. So, this was a great way to end this game.
You will have seniors partying with seventh-graders.
They're seniors, and that's what they're supposed to do. They've given us good leadership.
Seniors were begging for help. We promised tax assistance in each of our campaigns. We must honor that promise.
It's been hard as heck for those seniors. They've given their hearts to the program for four years.
I guess next to Meals on Wheels, it's the most important service we can provide our seniors.
It was special for our seniors to win the conference tournament for the second time in three years.
We have three starting seniors and they all know that there's no next year for them. Their attitude is to take their best shot and try to bring home a team championship.
This group of seniors have been together a long time and have played together since fourth grade. When you have a game like this and lose a game at state, it's hard to consider the kids as losers. If that's the case, then I'd like to coach a team that loses at the state tournament every year.
The big thing is they have seniors and a good point guard. Those girls have been playing together for three years. They're an older team in our league.
There are some good seniors from our community college area we hope to sign, too.
We have a veteran team, and that's important. We have nine seniors and eight juniors.
We just wanted to get the win for the four seniors ... We wanted them to go out with a big bang and for us to have momentum going into the Big Ten tournament. But I think our team is still there.
We are winners. And that's the way we want to send out our seniors.
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