Enduring the pain: Bad knees, sore back can’t keep Ashbaugh, Flohr off court for Mavs

Staying on the court for the Mesa State men’s basketball team is a process for senior Sean Flohr, whose bad back requires lots of ice after practice and after games.



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Staying on the court for the Mesa State men’s basketball team is a process for senior Sean Flohr, whose bad back requires lots of ice after practice and after games.

When Justin Ashbaugh scored a season-high 17 points against Western New Mexico last month, Geana Gaasch couldn’t help but smile. Nearly 18 months after surgery on one knee and an injury…




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