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Fantastic Article about Hannah Nihill
Today on Philly.com, there was a pretty awesome story about Hannah Nihill, Drexel's 5 foot 3 inch point guard. Hannah missed her first college game because she was at CHOP giving a bone marrow transplant to her 13 year old sister with Leukemia.

Hannah is another example of the kinds of outstanding people who have gone through the Drexel Women's Basketball Program over the years. Denise brings in not just great players into the program but really good people as well.

I sit near Hannah's family at the WBB games and I just met her father at the last game. I am hoping for the best for Sydney Nihill and their entire family and I hope that she's well enough to see her sister play basketball again real soon.

http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/drex...80125.html
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RE: Fantastic Article about Hannah Nihill
(01-25-2018 02:43 PM)J.B. Wrote:  Today on Philly.com, there was a pretty awesome story about Hannah Nihill, Drexel's 5 foot 3 inch point guard.

http://www.philly.com/philly/sports/drex...80125.html

It is a great article...
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RE: Fantastic Article about Hannah Nihill
I just noticed that I posted this about year year ago, so I figure this is a great time to provide an update with some great news.

Last year, Sydney Nilill was in no condition to watch her sister play at the DAC.

Sunday, she was in attendance watching her sister and the Dragons defeat St. Joseph's. Sydney is now cancer free and back in school, and doing very well.
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