Patience is a virtue for St. Francis basketball captain

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St. Francis Brooklyn basketball captain Glenn Sanabria could have gone elsewhere this season, but decided to stay loyal to his team.

The fifth-year senior says the Terriers were the only Division I school to offer him a scholarship out of high school.

Sanabria was motivated by the team coming up short on an NEC title, and him missing out on the all-conference team.

Sanabria wanted to get a start on his master's while playing this season, but a year ago the school did not offer the program he needed.

But patience worked in his favor. After getting his Bachelor's degree, St. Francis began offering the necessary program in organizational management.

Before he works toward his career goal, he has his final season in Brooklyn, and then he wants to play basketball professionally.

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