The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced on Wednesday that University of Chicago Head Men's Basketball Coach Mike McGrath has been appointed to the NABC Board of Directors.
Washington University in St. Louis forward Justin Hardy was named to the DIII News Men's Basketball All-Freshman Team.
University of Chicago men's basketball assistant coach Bryan Joel was named of the Under Armour 30-Under-30 winners from the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), which recognizes 30 of the most outstanding men's college basketball coaches under the age of 30.
Born at nearby DeKalb Hospital, Gebereal “G” Baitey may have seemed destined to attend Emory University, but it was a trip to Atlanta during his senior year in high school to discus playing football at another college that helped make it a reality.
When Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv takes the floor for a Turkish Airlines EuroLeague home game, with 10,000-plus people gathered at Menorah Mivtachim Arena, there are surely a few in the crowd who are 1.83 meters tall, another handful who didn't initially get much playing time on their high school basketball team, and even a group who studied financial economics in college.
One of New York City's most visible basketball greats, New York University's Cal Ramsey, has passed away at the age of 81.
First team All-UAA, first team All-Region, UAA Player of the Year, and now third Team All-American. Senior Ryan Clamage of the University of Rochester men's basketball team was awarded National Association of Basketball Coaches All-American accolades on Thursday as announced by the NABC.
Emory University sophomore Romin Williams was recognized for his fine 2018-19 campaign by both the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) and D3hoops.com, earning postseason honors by both entities.
Washington University in St. Louis sophomore guard Jack Nolan earned 2019 National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-Central Region Second Team and D3hoops.com All-Central Region Third-Team honors.
Before the championships, before the winning seasons, before the grandiose life lessons and before the revival of Washington University men’s basketball, Mark Edwards was just another tall kid in the Midwest who figured he might as well use his height for something.