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Dallas WiertellaApril 30, 2024

NIT Class B games this weekend

Negaunee Invitational Tournament basketball action heats up this weekend with competition in Class B, featuring many former college and high school stars. Fans can get their post-March Madness basketball fix beginning at 2:00 p.m. on Friday at the Lakeview Memorial Gymnasium.

“This is the biggest Class B field we’ve ever had,” tournament director John Basolo said. “There will be some excellent match-ups.”

The following is a list of NIT players with current or former NMU affiliations:

Boone Bell – former basketball player

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Mark Dellangelo – former basketball player

Zach Gauthier – current football player

Gary Greenwood – former basketball player

Billy Hill – former basketball player

Antwuan Holt – former basketball player

Wendell Jackson – former basketball player

Matt LePage – former basketball player

Steve Maselter – former basketball player

Zach Nichols – current football player

Dan Waterman – current assistant basketball coach

Freddy Wells – current football player

Matt Wonders – former basketball player

Admission is $3 a day and a concession stand is available. For details, visit

Call John at (906) 475-4268 or (906)458-6419 for details.

-Negaunee Invitational media relations

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