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    A word please? Coach Mike McDevitt has had plenty of words to deliver to his St. Joseph's College women's basketball teams over the years, and most of his players have responded. But few as well as this group, which has an 11-1 record while dominating most opponents.

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    St. Joseph's College junior Julia Champagne looks for a teammate to pass to during Tuesday's game against Johnson and Wales University. The Monks won their 11th game of the season, beating JWU 64-57. Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    Kelsi McNamara, looking for a way past a Johnson and Wales defender Tuesday night, is the daughter of a high school coach, leads St. Joseph’s in scoring and has 1,084 career points. Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    The St. Joseph's College girls' basketball team returns to the court for the second half Tuesday. It was a tight game; the Wildcats were behind by only three points with a minute left before St. Joseph's grew their lead. Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    St. Joseph's College girls' basketball head coach Mike McDevitt and his team come together before the start of the second half. "Coach doesn't let up," senior forward Brianne Maloney said. "Practice is sometimes harder than the games." Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    Coach Mike McDevitt is worth listening to when he directs a game plan. He’s in his 25th season with the Monks while compiling an eye-opening 489-185 overall record. Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    St. Joseph's talks about their plan for the second half. "We played pretty well," McDevitt said, though he acknowledged that the team was vulnerable. Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    St. Joseph's has 13 games remaining, including a Jan. 22 nonconference home game against the University of New England. Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    McDevitt talks to his team Tuesday. “The learning curve was a lot shorter because of the returnees," he said. "We’re probably a little further ahead than last year.” Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    St. Joseph's College junior Kelsi McNamara (10), right, talks to her team about their plan. "She’s a coach’s kid. She’s got basketball IQ and competitiveness,” McDevitt said of McNamara. Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    St. Joseph's College celebrates a basket during the first half Tuesday. Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    Coach Mike McDevitt on the sidelines Tuesday night. St. Joe's has routed Maine rivals such as USM (69-41) and Colby (79-50). Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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    St. Joseph's College players celebrate on the bench after a point in the first half. Staff photo by Brianna Soukup

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