Quinnipiac Men's Basketball In Europe: The ConclusionWe got up early in Paris, ate a team breakfast, and departed from the hotel at 10:30 a.m. Paris time. About 12 hours of traveling later, we pulled back into the TD Bank Sports Center in Hamden. Traveling that much is always draining, but I think everyone is happy to finally be back home.
The European Tour was an incredible experience. We were able to see some of the world's most renowned landmarks, and some of history's finest treasures. Climbing the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Belgium's beauty, and Amsterdam's canals are just some of the things that will provide everyone on the trip with a lifetime of memories.
It was a tremendous opportunity for us to go to Europe and play against some of their professional teams as well. We got to see how we stack up against some really good teams, and it provided us with a great start to what we hope will be a great season this year.
On behalf of the team, I'd like to thank everyone who made this trip possible, especially President Lahey, and our Athletic Director, Mr. McDonald. Also, much thanks to Greg Ott, for all of the pictures and videos from the trip, and for letting me write this blog.
We look forward to seeing everyone at the start of the school year, and we hope to see everyone at the TD Bank Sports Center starting in October for Bobcat Madness.
It has been a pleasure reporting to all of you throughout the trip!