Month: March 2021

Annawan Samuels eyes college basketball career | High School Boys Basketball – QCVarsity.com

With Central Pointe, he played over 30 games and averaged 13 points per outing, but was quick to notice that filling the basket was not his primary role. “My primary role was as sole guard, bringing energy to defense and playing a versatile role,” Samuels said. “There were a lot of guys there who could […]

Mark Smith Enters Transfer Portal, Ending His Basketball Career Mizzou

After three years with Missouri men’s basketball, senior shooting guard Mark Smith entered the transfer portal this weekend. Smith was one of five Tigers in their traditional final year of NCAA eligibility, but holds the option for an additional season due to the coronavirus pandemic. There is no guarantee that Smith will use this extra […]

Eleah Parker keen to end college basketball career in Virginia

Parker will also complete his Masters in Public Health while in Charlottesville. By Anvit Rao 03/28/21 9:14 p.m. Senior Women’s Basketball Eleah Parker was disheartened by the loss of her senior season, but will continue to play her extra year of eligibility at the University of Virginia. Credit: Zihan Chen Penn senior women’s basketball center […]

Gossom grateful to resume basketball career after devastating accident

LUCAS — When Lucas senior Riley Gossom envisioned his signing day to play college basketball, it was very different from what it was when he put pen to paper last week to sign with the University of Heidelberg. And, by all means, it should have been different. Gossom should have had another stellar year where […]

Basketball, Business and Sales: Penn alum Andreas Schreiber’s Holy Trinity

Dual nationality custody competed for the Swedish national team By Carter Lynn 03/24/21 11:41 p.m. Penn Alumni Andreas Schreiber went from professional basketball to sales, which for him was natural. (Photo by Andreas Schreiber) The transition to sales after professional basketball is only natural, according to former Penn male basketball player Andreas Schreiber. After graduating […]

‘All About Basketball’: Jalen Bridges’ Basketball Career Has Always Been About Learning

There was a time when a young Jalen Bridges might have thought his future was in baseball. The WVU forward was dragging his bat bag around Bridgeport, West Virginia stadium for his little league games, perhaps one day thinking of the big leagues. But then he picked up a basketball. “As soon as he touched […]

Sherri Coale’s OU basketball career success has roots in her hometown

OU’s Sherri Coale retires after 25 years University of Oklahoma women’s basketball head coach Sherri Coale, who led the team for 25 years, announced her retirement Wednesday morning. Addison Kliewer, Oklahoma Sherri Coale just wanted to be like Mary Patton. Be a teacher like her. Be a coach like her. Patton was his fifth-grade teacher […]

Manny Camper announces the end of his basketball career in Siena and will declare for the NBA draft

After the disappointment of an earlier than expected exit from the Metropolitan Atlantic Conference tournament, Siena senior guard/forward Manny Camper took a few days to consider his future. He spoke with his family and came to the same decision over the weekend that head coach Carmen Maciariello had been waiting for some time. Camper, the […]

Garland ends his basketball career in Mechanicville on a high note

Devin Garland is a senior member of the Mechanicville men’s basketball team. Mechanicville, Wasaren League title winner and 2020 Section II Class B finalist, concluded his season with a 13-1 record on Saturday after scoring a 61-53 victory over Schuylerville. A four-year-old starter who also plays baseball, Garland tied his season high with 20 points, […]

JD Davison’s high school basketball career ends with loss to Calhoun

Calhoun’s repeat candidacy, along with one of the best high school careers in Alabama history, ended Wednesday night. The Tigers (16-8) couldn’t rally in midfield, losing in the AHSAA Class 2A semi-final, 81-77, at the Bill Harris Arena at the Crossplex in Birmingham. JD Davison — in his final high school game before heading to […]

Former San Marcos star Johnny McWilliams relaunches Master’s basketball career

A two-sports star in San Marcos High School, Johnny McWilliams had his choice of sports and colleges. A tall, lanky and athletic wide receiver, McWilliams had San Diego State and Boise State offering football scholarships. A basketball shooter / slasher, he received offers from Nevada, Colorado State and Rice before deciding to play at Fresno […]

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