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Stevens Point native Shows Plenty of EnergeeSubmitted: 04/28/2013
Story By Marisa Silvas


MILWAUKEE - Becky Lewandowski of Stevens Point made her presence known during Sunday's game. Becky is a member of the Energee, the Bucks official dance team.

Becky just wrapped up her first year on the team. She is one of six rookies on the team. 11 dancers makeup the Energee Roster.

Dancing is Bucky's passion. In fact, she earned a degree at UW-Stevens Point.

"Performing in front of thousands of people, I've never done it before," says Becky. "It's amazing. Definitely an adrenaline rush."


"Becky is one of my top performers," adds Energee Team Manager Tricia Crawford. "She is great with the fans. She's earned one of those spots that are featured in the routines."


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