NIAGARA UNIV, N.Y. (WIVB) - When Chris Casey took over as Niagara's new basketball coach, the Purple Eagles' roster looked quite a bit different than it does today.
Transfers have ripped apart a team that won the MAAC regular season title last season, with key players like Juan'ya Green, Ameen Tanksley, and T.J. Cline all moving on to new schools.
Antoine Mason is the last remaining star on the roster, but Casey insists that does not mean this team is in rebuilding mode.
"I'm not going to deem it anything until we actually practice," said Casey. "We were hoping they'd stay, they chose not to, and we wish them well... Our job is now to move forward."
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