A Nor’easter? Whatever.
Northeastern University’s women’s basketball team was in Philadelphia for the 2018 CAA Women’s Basketball Tournament yesterday when a major winter storm that hammered the Northeast blew threw.
There was plenty of snow and the team bus was having a hard time getting anywhere in the slushy, wet mess. Did the team call a tow truck or abandon the bus? Nope.
They handled it. A badass example for everyone on International Women’s Day.
— Northeastern WBB (@GoNUwbasketball) March 7, 2018
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