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Union College basketball competing for National Title

Team has Kentucky tie. Tim Curry, Columbia native, is Union College Athletic Director

Phyllis Curry writes:

I just wanted to make you aware the Union College men's basketball team is playing for a national championship tonight, Tue 14 Mar 2017 at 6pm (CT) in Branson, Missouri. The Kentucky team from Barbourville, Kentucky competes in NAIA, Division II. The team is currently riding a 32 game winning streak and holds an overall record of 34-3. The Bulldogs are ranked #1 in the country and will face #2 Cornerstone University (34-3) in tonight's match-up. The game can be viewed on ESPN3. The team is coached by Kevin Burton, a graduate of Jessamine County High School, and Columbia native Tim Curry is the Union College Athletic Director.

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