FAIRFIELD — Mask on his face, heart on his sleeve, Anthony Latina walked off the practice court late Tuesday afternoon.
“Well, we started an hour late, one guy tweaked his ankle, it looked like we hadn’t practiced in 14 days and we were dragging a little at the end,” the Sacred Heart basketball coach said.
You could almost see the smile on Latina’s face underneath that mask.
“And it was great to see each other and be together, get our legs under us and have that camaraderie,” he said.
Game 1 — COVID willing — is at No. 24 Rutgers on Nov 25.
“As a coach, you do feel pressure to win,” Latina said. “But this year you feel a different type of pressure. We’ve got to make this work. I remember I was talking with UMass Lowell about game time (Dec. 4) and all that. I’m like, ‘If we
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