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  • Self-Made Starts Here.

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    A castle for learning, in an urban forest.

    We're built on the line between impossible and possible.

    Open to all who are eager.

    In one of the most diverse cities in the country, and minutes away from the largest, ours is a world overflowing with open eyes and open minds.

    Here, the brightest come and the brightest shine.

    CEOs and artists. 

    Educators and entrepreneurs.

    To them, every question is a challenge, and every challenge is a dare.

    Sparked by electricity in the air, fueled by fearlessness, encouraged by those who care.

    You are welcome to inspire, to impact and to greet your aspirations.

    This is where the exceptional begins.

    This is NJCU.

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  • A Gothic Legacy

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    MARC BROWN – MB

    CHARLIE BROWN – CB

    LAVRONE GREEN – LG

    SALOMON PIERRE – SP

    SAM TONEY – ST

     

     

    MB: My relationship with my dad is a special one. He’s my idol. People ask me all the time who did I emulate growing up – I didn’t have a famous player to be honest with you, don’t have a favorite pro team, my dad has been my idol on and off the court.

     

    MB: We have a nice little area down here in the basement that’s dedicated to his accomplishments. Nice are to come to sometimes and reminisce and we talk about basketball a lot.

     

    CB: I think that’s where you really started to establish yourself. It was with your brother and your cousins and everybody. We always talk about how small you were but you fit into this group. You were the man on this team.

     

    MB: Yeah it was a lot of fun.

     

    MB: My dad was in charge of the program for 25 years, he ran the program a certain way. One of the things I try to do is basically, I’ve taken his blueprint and tried to copy it.

     

     

     

    MB: It goes without saying obviously you’re my hero, my idol. Watching you coach did give me a bug. Means everything. Really does.

     

    CB: Thank you Marcus. I Appreciate that.

     

    LG: The pride you have wearing the jersey – knowing you play for New Jersey City University – A very prestigious school, it’s something real special to know you’re part of the program.

     

    LG: Can’t be too complacent. Everybody knows that we have a big target on our back.

     

    ST: In order to be a playoff team we gotta play for each other. I got your back. I’m your brother.

     

    SP: Coach takes pride in hard work and effort, because that’s the only thing he says that will make you play.

     

    SP: At the end of the day defense wins championships. So whenever we get in the huddle it’s 1-2-3 hard-work, 4-5-6 Family.

     

    PRACTICE: 1-2-3 hard-work, 4-5-6 Family

     

    MB: Go! The harder you run, the more rest you get.

     

    MB: When I recruit, one of the things I do is I look for players that are fighters.

     

    MB: Pick it up now fellas.

     

    SP: He wants to drive you to be the best you can be.

     

    MB: Speed, quickness. Speed.  Good job Nell.

     

    LG: We don’t care about the Division 3 label at all.

     

    SP: National championship. That’s the only goal I can see.

     

    MB: This is probably the first time in my life I don’t mind being second. Obviously my dad is the winningest coach, and uhh, it’s really a family affair. I’m really proud of where the program is right now, coming off of two 20 win seasons, having a great start so far, I’m just trying to keep it going. 

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