Friday, December 15, 2017

We look back at memorable games, events, individual accolades, performances and decisions that happened within the Ottawa basketball community in 2015. We made sure to cover all levels including High school, Club, College, University and Professional players overseas that...

Select Crimson Athletes Don National Squad Colors to Compete on the International Stage “Just having that feeling of putting your country across your chest, and hearing the national anthem for the first time, and playing for something bigger than just...

BOSTON—For the second consecutive game, the Harvard men’s basketball team found itself in a 75-69 contest as the clock wound to zero. However on Tuesday night the Crimson was on the winning side, beating Boston University (3-5) on the...

source: Ottawa Citizien hey’re here. They’re there. They’re everywhere. Well, almost everywhere. Towering twin sisters Audrey-Ann and Khaleann Caron-Goudreau of Gatineau certainly have changed the landscape of Nashville, Tennessee, in the past few months. As expected, the dynamic six-foot, three-inch freshmen...

Dec. 2, 2014 AMHERST, Mass. - University of Massachusetts women's basketball forward Kim Pierre-Louis tallied Dinn Bros. UMass Athlete of the Week on Tuesday after the senior provided a season-best 22 points during a 67-62 come-from-behind victory over the University...

 Source:www.scouthoops.comWritten by: Evan DanielsThe high school season hasn’t started yet, but with workouts underway and college coaches zigzagging across the country new names are starting to emerge.One name that is gaining some steam is Canada native Corey Johnson, who...

By Pablo Cardona The Beginning Shaquille O’Neal once said that “those in charge of their own destiny are going to do what’s right for them and their family.” If you told a young fourth grade student at St. Clare’s elementary school...

source: dailyprogress.com When Marquette coach Buzz Williams shocked the college basketball world in March and took over at Virginia Tech, Marial Shayok was essentially back to square one in his college decision-making process. Shayok could stay at Marquette and play for...

Source: Omaha.com written by: Steven Pivovar / World-Herald staff writer Jahenns Manigat’s plunge into professional basketball will give him a chance to showcase some skills that sometimes went unnoticed during his four seasons at Creighton. The former Bluejays guard has signed...

Courtesy: Stetson University DeLAND—Kevin Ndahiro (Ottawa, Ontario) has signed a National Letter-of-Intent to play basketball at Stetson University, head coach Corey Williams announced today. A 6-9, 225-pound forward, Ndahiro is the fifth member of Williams’ first full Stetson recruiting class. “Kevin is...

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