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VIDEO: Northwestern’s four-part summer series

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Northwestern released a unique four-part look into its summer preparation for its trip overseas.

“The Foundation” follows head coach Chris Collins and the Wildcats as they were followed by cameras throughout the summer in a Hard Knocks-style format. The videos include footage of the start of summer practices, the team’s summer workouts, some off-the-court looks at the team and concluding with the team’s trip to Spain.

The four videos combined total a little over 22 minutes and it offers an up-close look at being a Big Ten player during a summer where an exhibition trip is included.

You can view all four videos here:

POSTERIZED: Northwestern’s Scottie Lindsey dunks on a defender on team’s foreign trip (VIDEO)

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Many colleges have already started fall semester, but Northwestern is still on an overseas trip in Spain thanks to the school being on trimesters and starting later.

The trip is a big one for a young Wildcat roster that needs all the experience they can get before a crucial Big Ten season. Sophomore wing Scottie Lindsey is one of the players Northwestern is hoping makes a leap during the 2015-16 season and he showed a positive flash in a win this weekend with a poster dunk over a defender.

The Wildcats finish the trip in Spain with one more game.

Joey van Zegeren’s three alley-oop dunks in the third quarter highlight Northwestern’s win

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Northwestern turned a seven-point halftime lead into a rout, defeating UCAM Murcia II, 94-54, in the third game of the team’s tour of Spain.

The Wildcats outscored UCAM Murcia II 32-11 in the third quarter with Joey van Zegeren, the transfer forward, finishing three alley-oop dunks.

Those dunks resulted in half of van Zegeren’s offense output, finishing with a dozen points. The 6-foot-10 forward from the Netherlands spent his first three seasons at Virginia Tech, but decided to enroll at Northwestern as a graduate transfer. He averaged 9.8 points and 5.3 rebounds per game in a shortened 2014-15 season with the Hokies after being suspended in early January

Scottie Lindsey finished with a game-high 20 points. The team’s top returning scorer, Tre Demps, added 18 points while freshman forward Aaron Falzon scored in double figures for the third straight game.

The Wildcats are 1-1 on the tour so far, which continues on Saturday in Barcelona against CB Tarragona.