Thursday, 24 May 2007

TWU, Sask Recruits, other news

Trinity Western announces their latest recruiting class, bringing in 6 new faces including a pair of transfers who previously were with OUA East programs in 6'2" Lucas Goltz (ex-Queen's and RMC), and 6'2" Dawson Dueck, who walked on at Carleton last season and was redshirted. As well, the Spartans got 6'5" Matt Myer from Tacoma, WA who has a chance to be an immediate impact player. Here is the full press release from the TWU site SPARTANS ANNOUNCE 2007 CLASS-Jon Loewen and Matt Myer lead group of six

The Saskatchewan Huskies added more depth to their roster, which already has 11 potential returnees and 2 previously-announced recruits, with the addition of two players including a B.C. native. As always, has all the details Huskies add 2 more recruits to class The Regina Leader-Post also has a short piece on Saskatchewan's latest new faces Huskie Recruits

University College of Fraser Valley Cascades has added another pair of games against NCAA Division 1 schools over the Labour Day weekend as Marquette Golden Eagles and Idaho Vandals will also visit B.C. Two more games added to NCAA weekend

16 year old Tyrone Watson from Hamilton is the latest player to be named to Canada Basketball's National Elite Development Academy in Hamilton as Larry Moko from the Hamilton Spectator reports Cathedral's Watson chosen for elite basketball program

Earlier this week Canada Basketball officially announced the coaching staff's of their 3 summer teams. Here is an article that appeared earlier this week in a Syracuse paper outlining the challenges Orange alum Leo Rautins faces in coaching Canada's senior men's team Rautins Jack of all trades

Philip Croucher from the Halifax Daily News with an article on the ABA's newest entry in Halifax and comments on the likelihood of success of the fledgling frachise Rainmen come out of hiding

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