Milligan, Rider women won't look ahead as they go for third straight win
|MyNeshia McKenzie earned MAAC Player of the Week for the second time this season/ Photo by GREGG SLABODA|
LAWRENCEVILLE — Lynn Milligan has a superstition.
The head coach of the Rider women even knows it is an old cliché, but she won’t look ahead on the schedule.
After all, it’s not like this program — only once have the Broncs finished with a winning record in league play since joining the MAAC in 1997 — has the luxury to peek into the future.
“Carpe Diem,” Milligan said. “That’s all we talk about — seizing the day. This group does a good job of staying in the moment.”
At present, Rider is in its best league position in a long time. The Broncs (9-10, 4-4) are tied for fifth, coming off a crucial road win at Fairfield and have three straight at home, starting Thursday night against Manhattan (5-14, 2-6).
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