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Spotlight Student-Athlete: Tate Maris
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Updated: Sunday 03/20/2013 20:45:35 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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Growing up, Tate Maris didn't know much about the University of North Dakota. It wasn't until Maris, a Denver, Colo., native, wore a Boston University shirt that sparked a conversation about college hockey with a high school teacher.

Maris fell in love with UND when he toured the campus. Although he wasn't recruited by the hockey team, he decided to attend UND as a student. After one year things changed, as Maris walked onto the program and earned a place on the roster.

UND Sports recently featured Maris, talking about his path to UND, his #thirdstringproblems hashtag on Twitter and more.

UND Sports is produced by the UND Marketing Group and airs at 6 p.m. each Friday on Midco Sports Net. Check out UNDSports.TV for more information.

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