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Junior Chad Calcaterr and UND play Omaha in the opening round of the CIT on Wednesday at Ralston Arena.
MBB Live Chat: UND at Omaha (CIT First Round)
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Updated: Saturday 03/19/2014 18:21:17 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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OMAHA, Neb. - UND opens its fourth consecutive postseason at a familiar foe. The Green and White will play former North Central Conference rival Omaha in Wednesday's opening round of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament.

Tipoff is set for 7:07 p.m. CT at Ralston Arena where the Mavericks own a 10-4 record this season.

These two teams met here last season in an ESPN BracketBuster Series game that saw Omaha close with a 13-2 run and rally for the win. The game featured 20 lead changes.

Follow all the action live on this chat hosted by men's basketball SID Ryan Powell. Paul Ralston will also have the play-by-play on UNDSports.com and locally in Grand Forks on 100.3 Cat Country FM.

The game is also being streamed live on www.WatchCollegeInsider.com.

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