“MENLO COLLEGE MEN’S BASKETBALL NAMES BRENDAN ROONEY AS NEXT HEAD COACH” MC athletics

Now there is an opening at Cal Maritime.


Jason Greenfield is the new head coach at St. Ignatius.


“INDEPENDENCE CC STANDOUT JADEN MCCLANAHAN TRANSFERS TO UVU”

Why weren’t the McClanahans D1-offered coming out of Salesian Prep? Did their respective skill sets improve that much in 12 months? Was greater exposure the key factor? A combination?

By the way, JoVon McClanahan was just named Athletic Director Student Athlete of the Year at Sheridan College.


Adam Orr: “After a long journey of ups and downs I’m excited to announce that I will be continuing my academic and basketball career at Menlo College!”

Out of Ponderosa High, Metro State and Cosumnes River College, the 6-foot-5 Orr averaged 12.5 points per game for the latter this season. 227 of his 279 shot attempts were three-pointers and he was good on 40% of those tries. Orr has three years of eligibility remaining.


New Holy Names University Coach Daniel Eberhardt is adding talent:

“Former Stockdale star Johnson excited for next chapter of basketball career” Ron Stapp

“Standout forward Austin Carter commits to Holy Names” Irvine Valley College athletics


Coach Jason Damjanovic has been busy re-stocking his DeAnza College roster:

  • 6-foot Tyler Kalinowsky, Willow Glen High
  • 6-foot-1 Donald Taylor, Jr., Andrew Hill High
  • Lee Riddley Jr., Milpitas High
  • 6-foot-2 Isaac Cruz, Truckee High
  • G’Vonni Washington, Oak Grove High
  • Jovan Abregana, Washington High
  • 6-foot-3 Caleb Predmore, transfer from Multnomah University

“Meet The Team: San Francisco Rebels” Simply Basketball


“Meet The Team: West Coast Elite 17u Norcal” Simply Basketball


“Role With It | A #NeverStop Tale Of Pain, Perseverance & Payoff” Emannuel Callas


“Represents Mexico, the NBA, and Hope for the Bay Area  An Afro-Mexicano from East Oakland forges a new direction in the League, and shows up where it counts” Alan Chazaro

Head Fake is an excellent site for insightful, quality hoops writing.


Nicholas Podesta: “Fresno City Men’s Basketball mourns the tragic loss of former Ram Felix Mapanda. We extend our deepest sympathies to his family and friends, as well as his former teammates. Rest In Peace.”

More.

Here’s a 2011 feature on Mapanda who played at Paterson High, Fresno City College and Cal State East Bay.

Here’s a Mapanda tribute video.

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