Saturday, 28 April 2007

In the News April 28th

Ned Bekavac from the Guelph Tribune reports on the possibility that the University of Guelph will soon invest in new athletic facilities University eyes sports facilities facelift

Wayne Kondro's article in this morning's Ottawa Citizen on Carleton's latest recruiting class which he describes as one that may go down in history as the Ravens finest Basketball Ravens Reload

Larry Miller named this year's winner of the Jimmy Rose Memorial Lifetime Achievements award for contributions to Niagara Region basketball as presented by the Brock Badgers men's basketball program Miller named winner by Brock

Former Canadian National team coach Ken Shields, who directed Victoria Vikes to 7 consecutive CIAU men's national championships and 8 overall, continues to teach and is scheduled to give a clinic today in Port Coquitlam. A tremendous anecdote that epitomizes Coach Shields' greatness is the example of Kelly Duckshire, a former Vike who played center in high school, forward in university and went for his first tryout at guard and made the National team - all because he understood how to play the game. Ken Shields coaching clinic in Port Coquitlam

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