FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - The Final Four might be familiar territory for Maryland, but for Duke's Sean Lowrie, it's more than that.
The Duke attackman will become the first Foxborough native to play at Gillette Stadium since the stadium started hosting the event in 2008. But, he has plenty of experience at his hometown's arena.
“I was a ball boy here a couple of years ago when I was younger,” Lowrie said. “I remember thinking I want to do this when I’m older. It’s awesome now that I’m here. It’s a little bit more special being in my hometown just about 10 minutes from my house.”