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Harper hits the road for Region IV playoff game

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By Jonathan Cregier
jcregier@dailyherald.com

Fans of the Harper College women's basketball team may only get one last look reigning Region IV player of the week, Hawks sophomore Monica Hinderer.

The Hawks (3-23) received the sixth seed in the NJCAA regional tournament bracketing, meaning they'll travel to Madison, Wis., for a first-round game against third-seeded Madison College (19-9) on Tuesday. The teams met just last Friday, with the Wolfpack coming away with an 83-58 win.

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Hinderer is among the national leaders in both scoring and rebounding.

Tuesday's other Region IV quarterfinal seees No. 5 seed Joliet Junior College traveling to Glen Ellyn to face third-seeded College of DuPage. Rock Valley College (24-5), ranked No. 1 in the nation, earned the tournament's top seed.

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