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The year a computer determined #1
The inside story of how a ‘Computer Game’ gave Calvert Hall the top billing, over Towson, in the final lacrosse rankings of 1971
by Nelson Coffin
It’s a stretch to compare the 1971 boys lacrosse season with the 2020 campaign that barely got underway before the coronavirus pandemic put a screeching halt to the proceedings.
Several scrimmages and a couple of non-league encounters against out-of-state opponents aside, the battle royal locally for the coveted MIAA A Conference title — a requirement for No. 1 status — can only be a matter of conjecture, given the lack of head-to-head competition between the top contenders this spring.
In 1971, at least there was a full season of results to help make the call.
Even so, after all the dust had cleared, there was no consensus pick for which team would finish the season No. 1 in the prep rankings by the three local daly newspapers, the Baltimore Sun, Evening Sun and Baltimore New American.
Calvert Hall, which tied St. Paul’s for the Maryland Scholastic Association (MSA) A Conference crown after beating the Crusaders during the season, 7-4, and Baltimore County powerhouse Towson were the squads that were vying for the top spot.
However, despite being located about a mile apart, the teams did not meet on the field, leading to speculation about how the match-up would play out if the Cardinals and Generals had been allowed to tangle.
Both had strong cases.
In 2017, more than 50 former Calvert Hall lacrosse players who played for late coach Dick Edell in the early 70’s, gathered with their coach, not long before his passing from Inclusion-body Myositis.
Calvert Hall, coached by Dick Edell, arguably played in a tougher league, even with the A Conference being a little less of a dominant force than it is now.
Still, the Cardinals dropped a 3-2 encounter with archival Loyola to mar an otherwise perfect A Conference mark (they also lost to the Navy Plebes) while beating three other teams in the Sun’s Top 10, No. 3 St. Paul’s, No. 6 Gilman and No. 7 Boys’ Latin.
Towson, led by legendary coach Bill Thomas, which had been the overwhelming choice as the top-ranked team in 1970, was hardly a slouch in ’71.
The undefeated Generals (10-0) also topped St. Paul’s, 8-6, in overtime (featuring a full period in OT) and took the measure of No. 9 Dundalk and No. 10 Parkville as well.
Because the decision to name the area’s “mythical” champ was such a close call (the rivals shared top billing in the New American), the Sun came up with the idea to let a computer make the choice.
While some fans must have thought the plan was nothing more than a gimmick, it did draw attention to the sport — and to the grudge match on the field a year later. (More on the pivotal ’72 game later).
Some players paid more attention to the computer matchup than others did.
“We were interested in playing them in ’71,” said Tom Murray, who played a variety of positions for the Cardinals in their back-to-back championship years. “But personally, I didn’t pay a whole bunch of attention to (the computer results) because we were so preoccupied with winning the MSA. I mean, I knew some of their players, Bobby Mitchell and Norman Owens, and we wanted that challenge, but coach Edell never really talked about it that much.”
Randy Dase, who would guide his alma mater to a then-record eight boys state lacrosse championships as a coach, was a standout midfielder at Towson from 1970-72 who said that he considered the computer matchup “a big deal.”
He didn’t like the results, however.
“We were highly disappointed,” Dase said.
The headline of a Baltimore Sun article “Computer Picks Card Ten” in late June told the story.
What the Sun tabbed as the “arranged computer game,” held at the Baltimore County Public Schools central office and programmed by Pikesville High students Steve Schiller and Ben Waldman with help from a computer lab teacher, the county schools’ coordinator of mathematics and a representative from the county educational information office, picked Calvert Hall as the victor by a 9-8 score.
Late Towson coach Bill Thomas led the Generals for 19 seasons, including 1970-72, and won 14 Baltimore County titles, including 13 in a row. He had 154 victories, winning 82% of his games, landing him in numerous Hall of Fames, including the Towson High Athletic Hall of Fame and the Maryland State Sports Hall of Fame.
“Fed into the machine, were saves, shots, face-offs and penalties from each game involving the Cards and the Generals. Add to this a rating of each (team’s) opponent from one to five, and you have the nucleus of the information used to answer the problem,” it said in the article about the computer’s data analysis of the teams.
After the verdict was in, an elated Edell was quoted as saying, “I certainly feel great. It’s a tremendous credit to our school to be number one. We’ve never been in the top 10 before, so you know how much it means to us.”
Unsurprisingly, Thomas, Edell’s fellow National Lacrosse Hall of Fame member, had a different viewpoint.
“It’s impossible for me to understand how a team can be rated as the top when it lost a game that undoubtedly would have clinched its claim to the championship. I can’t think of any other poll where a team can be beaten and not drop,” Thomas was quoted as saying.
Regardless, the following year the teams would settle the matter on the field — with a similar outcome — after their respective seasons were completed in a showdown that Dase calls “the most publicized game ever in the area. ”
According to an article in the New American, 5,000 fans watched the epic battle won by the Cardinals, 11-10, on their home field.
“The stands were filled, so some people were sitting between the stands on the field,” said Calvert Hall star Franz Wittelsberger, who scored a game-high five goals and added an assist in the victory. “I had never seen a crowd like that. It felt like the fans were right on top of you. There was a huge noise factor, too. It was the most intense atmosphere in terms of fans that I had ever played in. It was really exciting.”
He added that Calvert Hall attackman Dale Kohler set the tempo when he scored in the first minute of the game and went on to score three times in the victory.
Wittelsberger, who would later win the 1974 national championship with Dase and Kohler as teammates at John Hopkins, said that fellow junior attackman Bob Lacy scored the tying and go-ahead goals, the latter of which was a spectacular over-the-shoulder, no-look shot that bounced past Towson senior goalie Tad Aburn.
Lacy’s timely burst came after he was stymied for most of the game by former Calvert Hall defenseman transfer Jack Rogers.
Despite Lacy’s and Kohler’s heroics, then-New American reporter Jack Gibbons remembers that Wittelberger was “a man among boys” that day.
“He was a fabulous talent who rose to the occasion,” he added.
Gibbons said that for a public school team to come that close to beating the top private school squad showed just how well-coached and talented the Generals were.
However, that didn’t stop him for taking Thomas to task in print for at first refusing to talk to reporters and then criticizing the officials, even though he reported that Calvert Hall was whistled for four more penalties than Towson.
Gibbons wrote that the head General “set a poor example for his players with his uncooperative attitude. There was no case for his behavior.”
Almost 49 years later, Gibbons, who would eventually become the Sun sports editor, said that he had a lot of respect for Thomas and his program.
“He was a great coach and a great tactician,” Gibbons said. “He was a guy who didn’t mince words, but as an educator, he deserved to do better.”
Regardless of the controversy following those two seasons, at least there was the kind of resolution that is unlikely to occur this spring — unless a miracle is forthcoming anytime soon to deliver us from the coronavirus’ grip.
Devin McNamara – Men’s Lacrosse
Awards: 2017 & 2016 All-BIG EAST Second Team…2017 USILA Scholar All-American…BIG EAST Offensive Player of the Week (Mar. 7, 2016)…BIG EAST Weekly Honor Roll (Mar. 28, 2016)…Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area (2016-17)…2014 BIG EAST Championship All-Tournament Team
Career: Appeared in 58 games while making 51 starts during his career…Tallied 78 goals and 50 assists for 128 career points…Collected 58 ground balls and caused eight turnovers.
2018: Started in all 16 games at midfield…Finished with 16 goals and nine assists for 25 points…Collected 11 ground balls…Averaged 1. 00 goals per game…BIG EAST: Started in all five conference games…Scored four goals and has one assist for five points…Collected six ground balls…Scored a man up goal vs. Providence.
2017: Appeared in 14 games and made 11 starts on the Villanova offensive line…Transitioned from attack to midfield early in the season…Finished with 28 points on 14 goals and 14 assists…Collected 14 ground balls and caused one turnover…Average 2.00 points per games…Had three points in six contests…BIG EAST: Appeared in four conference contests and started in three…Netted five goals and dished out three assist for eight points in BIG EAST games…Had a three point performance at Georgetown (Apr. 22) on two goals and one assist.
2016: Started in all 14 games for the Wildcats at attack…Second on the team in points with 49…Scored 30 goals while adding 19 assists…Collected 18 ground balls while causing four turnovers…Had a career high seven points against Drexel (4 goals, 3 assists) and St. John’s (3 goals, 4 assists)….Scored four goals in three games (Penn State Feb. 27, Delaware Mar. 5, Fairfield Mar. 26)… Averaged 3.50 points per game, 2.14 goals per game, 1.36 assists per game…BIG EAST: Started in all five conference game…Collected 16 points on seven goals and nine assists… Had four assists in back to back conference games (Georgetown Apr. 16, St. John’s Apr. 23)…Averaged 3.20 points per game
2015: Appeared in one contest vs. Maryland (Mar. 14) before suffering injury. Redshirt season.
2014: Appeared in 13 contests while making 10 starts on attack as a freshman… Registered 18 goals and eight assists for 26 points… Collected 14 ground balls and caused three turnovers… Registered 59 shots… Posted a season-high five points via four goals and one assist vs. Rutgers (Apr. 12)… Tallied a season-high three assists vs. John’s Hopkins (Apr. 23)… Tallied a season-high four ground balls vs. Providence (Apr. 26)… Registered two man-up goals on the year vs. Georgetown (Mar. 26) and St. John’s (Apr. 19)… Fourth on the team with 26 points… Tied for second on the team with 18 goals… Fifth on the team with eight assists… Tied for fourth on the team with two man-up goals… Averaged 4.54 shots per game, 1.38 goals per game, 0.62 assists per game and 2.00 points per game… Registered eight multi-point games on the season. BIG EAST: Appeared in all six conference contests while making five starts… Tallied 11 goals and three assists for 14 points in BIG EAST games… Collected eight ground balls and caused three turnovers in conference contests… Third on the team with 14 points in BIG EAST matches… Second on the team with 11 goals… Fifth on the team with three assists… Tied for second on the team with two man-up goals in BIG EAST games… Took 11 shots… Averaged 5.50 shots per game, 1.83 goals per game, 0.50 assists per game and 2.33 points per game in conference contests… Tallied points in five out of six BIG EAST games. .. Recorded four multi-point BIG EAST games.
Loyola Blakefield: Earned three varsity letters under head coach Jack Crawford, serving as a team captain during his senior season… Tallied 43 goals and 49 assists during his senior season and had a career total of 117 goals and 99 assists for 216 career points… Led Loyola Blakefield to the 2013 MIAA “A” Conference Championship title… Was a 2013 C. Markland Kelly Award finalist… 2013 US Lacrosse All-American and First Team All-State selection… Named No. 52 on the 2013 Inside Lacrosse “Power 100” rankings and No. 15 on the Positional Ranking (Attack) List… Named a 2013 All-MIAA “A” Conference selection and Baltimore Sun First Team All-Metro honoree… 2013 NILCA Second Team All-American… 2013 Maryland State Lacrosse Coaches Association Senior All-Star… Named the 2013 Towson Times Co-Player of the Year and First Team All-Star… 2013 Team MVP… 2012 Baltimore Sun First Team All-Metro selection… 2012 Towson Times Second Team All-Star. .. Named the 2012 Loyola Blakefield Offensive MVP… Played club lacrosse for the Greene Turtle Lacrosse Club and GotSkillz Lacrosse Club… Also lettered in volleyball where he served as a team captain and earned all-conference laurels… First Honors student.
Personal: Born November 22nd, 1994 in Towson, Md… Parents are Thomas McNamara and Deborah Feurer… Brother, Ryan, is currently a senior at Villanova… Uncle, Nicholas Feurer, was a member of the football team at Western Maryland College as a linebacker from 1979-82… Enrolled in the Villanova School of Business.
Thacker Named to Power 100 Incoming Freshmen List
DENVER- The University of Denver women’s lacrosse team landed one freshman on the Women’s Power 100 Incoming freshmen rankings released by Inside Lacrosse on Tuesday. DU freshman defender, Sam Thacker was named one of the fifty “On the Rise” athletes in the 2019 rankings.
The Lutherville, M.D., native was a four-time letterwinner at McDonogh High School where she helped lead Eagles to three IAAM Championships and an 86-1 overall record over her four-year stint.
While at Mcdonogh, Thacker racked up numerous honors including two All-Metro (All-State) Baltimore Sun honors. During her final season as a team captain, Thacker was named to the IAAM All-Conference Team as well as 2019 Baltimore Sun Player to Watch List.
Thacker spent seven years with the Maryland M&D Lacrosse Club where she played both midfield and defense. In the classroom Thacker was named to the Deans List and Honor Roll and was a member of National Latin Honors Society.
Thacker will see her first collegiate game action when Denver kicks off their 2019 fall season on September 27th in a 7 p.m. MT Alumnae Game.
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How Historically Black College Morgan State Broke Barriers in Men’s Lacrosse – The Phillipian
Pictured is the 1975 Morgan State Men’s Lacrosse Team.
In a shocking contest, historically Black colleges and universities (HBCU) Morgan State University Men’s Lacrosse defeated the number one ranked Division I team Washington and Lee University 8-7 on March 9, 1975. The win was a landmark for Black athletes in the predominantly white sport of lacrosse. In 1970, Morgan State became the first HBCU to field a lacrosse team and the team rose to the highest level of men’s lacrosse, reaching the top ten rankings four different times in the next ten years.
During a time of racial tension in the United States, Morgan State University, the largest HBCU in Maryland, pulled together a Division II men’s lacrosse team. The underdog team used old football jerseys as uniforms and struggled to scrap together a sufficient amount of helmets and sticks, while the predominantly white rosters of many college lacrosse teams were financed by schools with ample assets. While the non-traditional team had limited resources and an unorthodox playing style, a fiery passion drove Morgan State towards rapid success.
The Morgan State Bears advanced into the top ten rankings while defeating historically dominant Division I teams. According to “The Baltimore Sun,” the team earned victories against Georgetown University, Notre Dame University, Villanova University, and Michigan State University. Morgan State was reaching the highest peaks in lacrosse for Black athletes since legendary National Football League Running Back Jim Brown was named an All-American lacrosse player at Syracuse University in 1957.
According to “The Undefeated,” Morgan State Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach Chip Silverman used his friendship with Washington and Lee Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach Jack Emmer to schedule games between the two teams despite the low expectations for the Bears. In the 1974 season, the Bears played against the top Division I team Washington and Lee, falling 16-4. Washington and Lee placed second in the end-of-year tournament that year. Described as a heartbreaking loss, Morgan State was eager for another shot at the top-ranked competitor, squaring off against Washington and Lee once again in 1975.
With two back-to-back semi-final appearances and a 28 game winning streak, Washington and Lee, a team comprised of white players, was ranked the best team in college lacrosse at the beginning of the 1975 season. It had been three years since Washington and Lee had been defeated at a home game before matching up with Morgan State on March 9, 1975.
At Wilson Field in Lexington, Virginia with a capacity of 3,000 spectators, Morgan State took the field against the favorites, the Washington and Lee Generals. The two teams fought closely and the first half ended with the Generals leading the Bears 5-2. With a powerful burst on offense, Morgan State amassed six goals in the second half of play and halted Washington and Lee’s threatening offense, only allowing two more goals. The Bears emerged victorious, earning an 8-7 win and stunning the entire lacrosse community.
The team was cut from the athletics program at Morgan State in 1981 as a result of insufficient funding, but Morgan State lacrosse left a lasting legacy, according to “The Baltimore Sun.” As pioneers in the game of lacrosse for Black athletes across the country, the team proved that success for Black athletes at the highest level of the game was possible even without an abundance of resources. The team paved the way for Black lacrosse players to integrate a predominantly white sport and created a story of inspiration for those to follow.
Despite efforts to improve diversity within the sport, an overwhelming majority of professional lacrosse players are white, although lacrosse was originally created by Indigenous peoples. According to the National College Athletic Association participation report in 2015, 85.5% of men’s lacrosse players are white while just 3.5% of them are Black across all collegiate teams. While the demographic of athletes is heavily disproportionate, the number of Black lacrosse players have increased: the amount of Black players rose from 1.5% to 3.5% in 2015. The cost to play the sport, which includes expensive equipment and team fees that allow lacrosse players to get recruited and play collegiately, contributes to the lack of diversity in the sport, according to “The Undefeated.” Organizations such as Harlem Lacrosse in New York City and City Lax in Denver are currently making efforts to diversify lacrosse by increasing accessibility and reaching out to lower income communities. As the lacrosse community grapples with and attempts to remedy its lack of diversity, Black athletes continue to strive to reach new heights in the footsteps of the Morgan State University Bears.
Buckeyes Add 16 on National Signing Day – Ohio State Buckeyes
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Sixteen student-athletes have signed National Letters of Intent to further their academic and athletic careers as members of the Ohio State men’s lacrosse program, head coach Nick Myers announced today. The group is rated as the nation’s No. 5 class by Inside Lacrosse and features eight players who are ranked in the Top 100.
“We’ve brought in a class of great young men who come from great families,” said Myers. “This is a group that in some cases has been committed to us for three or four years, so you feel really good about why they’re coming here and why they chose to be Buckeyes. Our staff did an outstanding job from beginning to end with this group and deserves a lot of credit for how it came together. ”
Elijah Black | Midfield | 5-8, 180 | Mundelein, Ill. / Saint Viator
• Three-sport athlete at Saint Viator competing in wrestling, football and lacrosse.
• Played lacrosse for head coach Bill Sanford.
• All-Illinois and All-American last spring as a junior.
• Scored 45 goals and had 32 assists as a junior, both team highs.
• Enters his senior season with 167 career points (113 goals, 54 assists).
• Two-time ESCC All-Conference, earning the award in 2017 and 2018
• Four-year member of Saint Viator’s football team who led the team in rushing and touchdowns as a junior. Also played defensive back and returned punts/kickoffs.
• Tabbed as the nation’s No. 95 player in the Inside Lacrosse Top Young Gun Senior Rankings.
• Two-time captain of the wrestling team and a state qualifier as a junior.
James Cipolla | Midfield | 5-7, 175 | Orefield, Pa. / Parkland
• Three-year letterwinner for head coach Mike Bender at Parkland High School.
• Eastern Pennsylvania Conference (EPC) first team and Most Valuable Player in 2018.
• As a junior, tallied 116 points on 70 goals and 46 assists
• Allentown Morning Call Player of the Year
• Lehigh Valley Live first team all-area and Phillylacrosse.com second team honoree.
• Tabbed as the nation’s No. 64 player in the Inside Lacrosse Top Young Gun Senior Rankings
• Selected as a team captain.
• EPC first-team selection at midfield following his sophomore season.
• Voted the team’s Rookie of the Year as a freshman.
• Mother, Dawn, played lacrosse at Temple and was part of a national championship-winning team.
Eli Ensor | Midfield | 6-1, 185 | Marietta, Ga. / Lassiter
• A two-time Under Armour Underclass All-American.
• Plays for head coach Adam Bruckman at Lassiter High School.
• Helped the Trojans win the Georgia 7A state championship as a sophomore in 2017.
• Two-time all-state honoree.
• Tabbed as the nation’s No. 52 player in the Inside Lacrosse Top Young Gun Senior Rankings.
• An accomplished singer and performer who sang the national anthem prior the 2017 MLL championship.
• Has put on a Christmas benefit every year since 2015 to gather toys for children at the Mary Hall Freedom House.
• Both of his parents, Keith and Cherae, were collegiate athletes. Keith played football at Air Force and Cherae was a volleyball player at Drexel.
Sam Faber | Face-Off | 5-11, 195 | Haslett, Mich. / Haslett
• Talented two-sport athlete who is a captain of both the lacrosse and football team’s at Haslett High School.
• Plays for head coach Jacob Murphy.
• A first team all-state selection last spring as a junior.
• Named a US Lacrosse All-American in 2018
• All-Conference, All-Area and a member of the Lansing State Journal Dream Team.
• Won 82 percent of his face-offs in 2018, breaking his own single-season school record.
• National Honors Society member who is also an Academic All-Conference selection.
Gabe Galbraith | Defense | 6-2, 185 | Dallas, Texas / Highland Park
• Three-year starter and letterwinner for head coach Rich Moses at Highland Park High School.
• Helped the Scots win their 11th state title in program history in 2018.
• Was a first-team all-state selection at long stick midfield in 2016.
• His grandfather, Ed Bernet, is a member of the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame and played in the NFL with the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Texans.
Andrew Guagenti | Defense | 6-1, 180 | Powell, Ohio / Olentangy Liberty
• A long stick midfielder for head coach Jason Godwin at nearby Olentangy Liberty High School.
• Long Stick Midfielder of the Year and a first-team all-region selection as a junior in 2018.
• First team All-Ohio.
• Ohio Capital Conference first team selection.
• Second team all-region as a sophomore in 2017.
• Helped Olentangy Liberty reach the state semifinals as a sophomore in 2017 and the regional finals in 2018.
Carter Hilleary | Midfield | 6-0, 180 | Columbus, Ohio / St. Francis DeSales
• A two-sport athlete at nearby St. Francis DeSales High School in Columbus.
• Three-year letterwinner for head coach Matt Triplet.
• First team All-Ohio in 2018 and the Region VII Midfielder of the Year.
• First team All-Region.
• Led St. Francis DeSales to the Division II state championship.
• Second team All-Ohio and first team all-region as a sophomore in 2017.
• A wide receiver/defensive back in football who led the Stallions in receptions, receiving yards and kick return yards.
James Hogan | Face-Off | 5-10, 175 | Ridgewood, N.J. / Ridgewood
• An All-State and All-Group IV selection by The Star-Ledger for head coach Mike Pounds.
• All-county and all-division honoree last year as a junior.
• Selected as an Under Armour All-American.
• A four-year member of Ridgewood’s football team as a fullback, linebacker and kicker.
• Set the Ridgewood High School record for most consecutive extra points made.
• Member of the North 1 Group V state champions as a sophomore in 2016.
Connor Mitchell | Midfield | 6-1, 215 | Baltimore, Md. / Calvert Hall
• Is the twin brother of fellow Buckeye signee Grant Mitchell.
• Member of back to back MIAA championship teams at Calvert Hall for head coach Bryan Kelly.
• Ranked as the nation’s No. 49 overall player by Inside Lacrosse on its 2018 Young Gun’s list.
• 19 goals and four assists as a sophomore in 2017.
• Two-time member of the Under Armour Baltimore Highlight team.
• Selected as a team captain for the 2019 season.
• Comes from a family full of athletes: his dad (Jeff), mom (Stacy), brother (Taylor) and grandfather (Steve) all played college sports.
• A member of the National Honors Society.
Grant Mitchell | Midfield | 6-1, 205 | Baltimore, Md. / Calvert Hall
• Plays for head coach Bryan Kelly at Calvert Hall, one of the nation’s best high school programs.
• PRLB first team all-area and the 2018 Midfielder of the Year.
• Ranked as the nation’s No. 18 player in the Inside Lacrosse Top Young Gun Senior Rankings.
• Scored 30 goals and added 19 assists last spring.
• Led Calvert Hall to its second straight MIAA championship.
• MSLCA first team all-state, first team All-MIAA and All-Metro by the Baltimore Sun.
• Started his high school career at Buford High School in Georgia where he had 84 career points on 54 goals and 30 assists.
Garrett Nilsen | Attack | 6-0, 180 | Severna Park, Md. / St. Mary’s
• Four-year starter at St. Mary’s High School under head coach Victor Lilly.
• Had 37 goals and 14 assists last year as a junior.
• Has been selected as a captain for the 2019 season.
• Also a member of St. Mary’s basketball team.
Mitchell Pehlke | Attack | 5-10, 180 | Leesburg, Va. / Riverside
• A two-time first team All-Virginia honoree for head coach Nick Worek
• Scored 39 goals and handed out 23 assists last year and led Riverside to a 17-1 record.
• As a sophomore, totaled 69 points on 44 goals and 25 assists.
• Helped Riverside go 20-0 and win the Virginia 4A state championship in 2017.
• His father, Kevin, was a four-time All-American at the University of Virginia and is the schools fourth all-time leading scorer.
Jacob Snyder | Defense | 6-2, 205 | Fallston, Md. / Calvert Hall
• Has helped Calvert Hall, under head coach Brian Kelly, win back to back MILA titles.
• Calvert Hall finished the 2017 season ranked No. 2 nationally by US Lacrosse Magazine.
• All-area second team in 2018 by Peace Report Lax Blog.
• National Honors Society member and honor roll student at Calvert Hall.
• The No. 46 player in Inside Lacrosse’s 2018 Top Young Guns Senior Rankings.
• Selected for the 2018 Under Armour All-American Underclass Games.
Carson Raney | Defense | 6-4, 210 | Frisco, Texas / Episcopal School of Dallas
• A two-sport athlete at Episcopal School of Dallas where he’s lettered in lacrosse and football.
• An All-SPC and all-region selection last year.
• Two-time Under Armour Underclass All-America selection.
• A Texas Top 99 All-Star.
• Ranked as the nation’s No. 85 player in the Inside Lacrosse Top Young Gun Senior Rankings.
Christian Tomei | Goalie | 6-4, 260 | Jupiter, Fla. / Oxbridge Academy
• A three-time US Lacrosse All-American for head coach Stan Ross at Oxbridge Academy.
• Has earned first team all-state and all-region honors for three consecutive years.
• Tabbed as the nation’s No. 53 player in the Inside Lacrosse Top Young Gun Senior Rankings.
• US Lacrosse All-Academic selection.
• As a junior, led Oxbridge to a 17-3 overall record and No. 10 regional ranking by US Lacrosse Magazine.
Stephen Zupicich | Defense | 6-1, 190 | Bronxville, N.Y. / Fordham Prep
• Two-year starter and three-year letterwinner for head coach Chris Helmsley at Fordham Prep.
• As a junior in 2018 was a first team all-CHSAA selection as Fordham Prep won the city championship over rival Iona Prep in overtime.
• Has led the Rams in ground balls for two straight years.
• Defensive Most Valuable Player and a first-team all-league selection in 2017.
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Georgetown lacrosse has been solid this season, as the No. Read Article. The Georgetown Hoyas are the 41st team in our 2020 men’s college lacrosse schedule preview series and the fifth team from the Big East. The Georgetown University Hoyas Men’s Lacrosse Prospect Day Camp is a high-level and fast-paced training program for all high school male lacrosse players in the graduating classes of 2019, 2020, and 2021. Our association remains hopeful that we can return to the game we love, LACROSSE! Posted Mon, Mar 14 2016; September 2015; Little Hoyas Lacrosse 2016. Georgetown Prep regains the four spot after crushing Inside Lacrosse ranked Gilman 15-8, while St. Stephen’s drops to five but remains undefeated at 3-0 following a win over the Hun School. CAMP DIRECTORY STORE. To guarantee a ticket (especially for high-demand events), please purchase in advance. Check back to USLaxMagazine.com each weekday for new previews, scouting reports and rival analysis. Overview; Player Stats; Team Stats; Power Ratings; Projections; Results & Trends . Looking for 2020 info? The only time they ever advanced past the quarterfinals of the tournament came in 1999 as they defeated Notre Dame and Duke before losing to Syracuse in the semifinals. All tickets are subject to availability. … No. Re edit of Georgetown Win. As perhaps the most anticipated season in NCAA history approaches, we’re featuring every team ranked in the Nike/US Lacrosse Preseason Top 20. The team plays its home games at Cooper Field. Current Georgetown University faculty and staff are eligible to receive one (1) complimentary ticket to all regular season men’s lacrosse games at Cooper Field. Posted Mon, Mar 14 2016; September 2015; Little Hoyas Lacrosse 2016. The Baltimore Sun ranks Georgetown #10… The issue is currently shipping to subscribers. Looking for 2020 info? This feature is not available right now. NCAA Transfer Portal Rankings: Top 40 Grad Transfers (Inside Lacrosse Photo: James Beaver) Last week, a trio of the top grad transfers in women’s lacrosse made their decisions public. An IL brief about the United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association (USILA) poll can be found here. 2021 Rankings for Georgetown University. Live scores from the Georgetown and Notre Dame DI Men’s Lacrosse game, including box scores, individual and team statistics and play-by-play. 2. Good luck this spring! Boys Club Lacrosse Rankings. He’s played on a pair of Big East tournament champions, helping Georgetown end … Two new pre-season polls surfaced today via Inside Lacrosse (IL). Inspired by the University’s Jesuit identity and education mission, our athletics program seeks to develop the talents, character, and leadership qualities of all student-athletes and members of our community. Haverford, Victor begin season at the top as MaxPreps returns to the national lacrosse rankings game. CONTESTS + GIVEAWAYS SLIDESHOWS ABOUT IL IL TEAM CONTACT US HELP / FAQs. FORUMS . Carolina’s Bowen Chooses Georgetown For Grad School, Will Join Hoyas for ’22 Season. Please try again later.  The new Big East sponsors lacrosse. Georgetown University is a private Jesuit research university in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. From 2000–2010, they were a member of the ECAC Lacrosse League and before that, they competed as independents.. The HHMLA’s first and leading priority is the health and safety of our players, coaches, volunteers, vendors and our lacrosse families. Club Lacrosse Rankings. The most current information will appear at the top of the wall dating back to prior seasons. Georgetown previously competed in the old Big East Conference. The Georgetown Hoyas men’s lacrosse team represents Georgetown University in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I college lacrosse. 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Haverford, Victor begin season at the top as MaxPreps returns to the national lacrosse rankings game. Georgetown University sports news and features, including conference, nickname, location and official social media handles. This feature is not available right now. PLL Embraces History With Relaunch of Cannons × Post a comment. Next 29 results. Georgetown lacrosse. Established in 1870, it is the second-largest law school in the United States, by enrollment, and receives more full … IL also breaks down the Nike/Inside Lacrosse poll here. Their commentary reads: Hall of Fame Coach Dave Urick is ready for the challenge of… 2022 Girls; 2023 Girls In their poll, Georgetown winds up at #14. 2019 Recruiting Issue: Men’s Power 100 Incoming Freshman Rankings (Photo/Design by Matt Cain)Inside Lacrosse presents the Men’s Power 100 Incoming Freshman rankings from the 2019 Recruiting Issue. Big East men’s lacrosse is made up of charter members Georgetown, Marquette, Providence, St. John’s, and Villanova, as well as Denver. The Georgetown Hoyas men’s lacrosse team represents Georgetown University in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I college lacrosse. The coach is currently Kevin Warne, who is in his eighth season at that position. However, the Sun has offered what seems to be a 2011 pre-season ranking for Georgetown lacrosse that is more reasonable than we’ve seen. The Baltimore Sun is typically loyal only to Maryland lacrosse teams, and as the Washington Post turns their head to the Baltimore Ravens, perhaps that’s fair. Posted Thu, Sep 3 2020; April; 15-minute AMRAP with Katerina Kountouris No. Conference tournament champion. FORUMS . Published on Feb 28, 2007. In 2006, the Georgetown Women’s lacrosse team continued to be a household name on the national scene. Overview . Georgetown University has a distinctive identity in intercollegiate athletics. 3. Welcome to the Georgetown lacrosse team wall. 2022 Girls; 2023 Girls Girls’ lacrosse Top 10: Georgetown Visitation begins atop the rankings Georgetown Visitation’s Jane McAvoy, shown last season, has 15 goals in the first four games this year. Learn how Georgetown ranks across all of College Factual’s rankings including Best Colleges Nationwide, Best Colleges for Your Money, Best Colleges in District of Columbia and the region, and Best Majors. Team Menu: Georgetown Hoyas. Get updated NCAA Women’s Lacrosse DI rankings from every source, including coaches and national polls. 0:08 – Opening fast break, keyed by Turnbaugh, was very sharp. Check back to USLaxMagazine.com each weekday for new previews, scouting reports and rival analysis. Happy New Year Doggies! They failed to return to the tournament until the Hoyas won the Big East Tournament in 2018. Georgetown University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Mission Statement Georgetown University has a distinctive identity in intercollegiate athletics. The following is a list of Georgetown’s results by season as an NCAA Division I program: National champion “It helps to play lacrosse, obviously. Owen McElroy, Georgetown: The best save percentage in the country for a reason. 2020 Girls Lacrosse Season. In order to create these rankings, College Factual analyzed over 3,000 U.S. Schools and ranked them in terms of which were best for Women’s Lacrosse. Very talented and will be a big piece of the Georgetown team for the future. EVENTS . Division regular season champion He was the key to Army holding teams to such low numbers this season. Georgetown University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics Mission Statement Georgetown University has a distinctive identity in intercollegiate athletics. The team plays its home games at Cooper Field. Georgetown University has a distinctive identity in intercollegiate athletics. Inspired by the University’s Jesuit identity and education mission, our athletics program seeks to develop the talents, character, and leadership qualities of all student-athletes and members of our community. The coach is currently Kevin Warne, who is in his eighth season at that position. Good luck this spring! USNWR ranking: 14th: Bar pass rate: 90.96%: Website: www.law.georgetown.edu: ABA profile: Georgetown Law Profile: The Georgetown University Law Center, often known as Georgetown Law, is one of the professional graduate schools of Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. CONTESTS + GIVEAWAYS SLIDESHOWS ABOUT IL IL TEAM CONTACT US HELP / FAQs. Welcome to the Georgetown girls lacrosse team wall. (Unofficial) Skip to content. Welcome to the Georgetown lacrosse team wall. Get updated NCAA Women’s Lacrosse DII rankings from every source, including coaches and national polls. Like the other rankings so far, the LAXnews/Rock-it Pocket rankings heavily consider the results of yesteryear when determining potential outcomes for 2011. ILINDOOR PLL VIDEO PODCASTS. The Georgetown Hoyas have moved a little closer to … (Inside Lacrosse Photo: James Beaver) Last week, a trio of the top grad transfers in women’s lacrosse made their decisions public.On Sunday, IL’s Ty Xanders reported that Michael Sowers, the consensus most sought-after men’s lacrosse grad transfer, was set on joining Duke ahead of the 2021 season. Ricky Fried took Georgetown on an international trip for the first time last summer. Schedule; Posted Thu, Sep 3 2020; April 2020 The Hoyas appeared in their first NCAA tournament in 1997, losing 14–10 to Maryland. Trending Now. On Sunday, IL’s Ty Xanders reported that Michael Sowers, the consensus most sought-after men’s lacrosse grad transfer, was set on joining Duke ahead Get updated NCAA Women’s Lacrosse DII rankings from every source, including coaches and national polls. Xcellent 25 boys lacrosse rankings News – Published on 3/14/2016. 1:35 – Madarasz clean win and goal. Welcome to the Georgetown lacrosse team wall. The 2016 Georgetown Prep lacrosse season is kicking off. Bishop Ireton continues to climb the ladder, adding a decisive win over Potomac to their resume and taking the #12 seed in our latest poll. WASHINGTON – Georgetown University Head Women’s Lacrosse Coach Ricky Fried announced the signing of eight student-athletes to National Letters of Intent on Saturday. †NCAA canceled 2020 collegiate activities due to the COVID-19 virus. 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Designed solely for predictive purposes, our current ratings improved upon our original ratings in several ways, most notably by incorporating a preseason rating (or “prior”) for each team. Posted on February 21, 2011 by georgetownlacrosseblog. RT @OMFLL: The OMFLL wishes everyone a safe and happy holiday season! 2 years ago. From 1997–2007, they made the tournament every season and from 2002–2007, they made the quarterfinals every season. Read Article. NCAA Transfer Portal Rankings: Top 30 DII/DIII Players. Some of the parents allegedly faked their kids’ participation in … MORE. 11 Georgetown 2020 Record: 6-0 Pre-COVID Ranking: 9th. Friday May 8th, 2020 10:30am. College Factual’s Best Colleges for Women’s Lacrosse ranking was developed to help students identify high-quality colleges that are strong in the factors that matter the most to them. Posted on February 21, 2011 by georgetownlacrosseblog. Please try again later. Georgetown scored its first tournament victory in 1998, defeating UMBC, 9–8. Welcome to the Georgetown lacrosse team wall. The most current information will appear at the top of the wall dating back to prior seasons. However, the Sun has offered what seems to be a 2011 pre-season ranking for Georgetown lacrosse that is more reasonable than we’ve seen. “I’m looking forward to welcoming this group to the … Posted Thu, Sep 3 2020; April; 15-minute AMRAP with Katerina Kountouris From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In 2008, Georgetown defeated #1 ranked Duke, their … 2-ranked player in the Class of 2018, Bowen is in a unique situation. The most current information will appear at the top of the wall dating back to prior seasons. The months and days since Penn played its last game on March 7, 2020 — a back-and-forth 19-15 loss to Loyola — were full of uncertainty. Xcellent 25 boys lacrosse rankings News – Published on 3/14/2016. Current Georgetown University faculty and staff are eligible to receive one (1) complimentary ticket to all regular season men’s lacrosse games at Cooper Field. To claim a complimentary ticket, please show a valid faculty/staff GOCard at the ticket tent on gameday. Posted Fri, Aug 30 2019 The future Hoyas are in the midst of their senior year of high school with one interscholastic season remaining before coming to the Hilltop in the fall of 2021. 2021 Lacrosse Season. The Baltimore Sun ranks Georgetown #10… ILINDOOR PLL VIDEO PODCASTS. The Baltimore Sun is typically loyal only to Maryland lacrosse teams, and as the Washington Post turns their head to the Baltimore Ravens, perhaps that’s fair. Purchase the issue here, but act now — last year’s print copies sold out. Inspired by the University’s Jesuit identity and education mission, our athletics program seeks to develop the talents, character, and leadership qualities of all student-athletes and members of our community. Next 29 results. The team started the 2006 season ranked number 10/12 in National Polls and climbed all the way to earn the number 3 seed in their ninth straight NCAA Tournament appearance. Get updated NCAA Men’s Lacrosse DI rankings from every source, including coaches and national polls. Division regular season and conference tournament champion Georgetown … In both polls, Georgetown is ranked #15. PLL Returning to Tour-Based Model This Summer, Will Play 43 Games . Scores Headlines Under Armour Rankings High School Forums Camp Directory. Postseason invitational champion Pre-COVID Ranking: 11th. 17 Richmond 2020 Record: 4-3 Pre-COVID Ranking: NR Richmond sophomore Richie Connell will never forget the day he announced his … Our association remains hopeful that we can return to the game we love, LACROSSE! No. 19 team in the country was handed just its second loss last Saturday by Marquette. The Hoyas toured Holland and South Africa for 11 days to kick off an eventful offseason. The Georgetown Royals don’t have any rankings for the Lacrosse season. The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse semifinals are set, with Penn State, Yale, Virginia, and Duke fighting for … georgetown lacrosse women’s: georgetown lacrosse ranking: 12 3. The HHMLA’s first and leading priority is the health and safety of our players, coaches, volunteers, vendors and our lacrosse families. Boys Club Lacrosse Rankings. Get updated NCAA Women’s Lacrosse DI rankings from every source, including coaches and national polls. Founded by Bishop John Carroll in 1789 as Georgetown College, the university has grown to comprise ten undergraduate and graduate schools, among which are the School of Foreign Service, School of Business, Medical School, Law School, and a campus in Qatar. … The NCAA Men’s Lacrosse semifinals are set, with Penn State, Yale, Virginia, and Duke fighting for … georgetown lacrosse women’s: georgetown lacrosse ranking: 12 3. 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Like many college lacrosse players sent home due to the COVID-19 crisis, the hours he spent every day practicing, lifting and meeting with his Georgetown teammates now are consumed by busywork at home. Top Ranked Veterans for Accounting (ranked 1 out of 526) Top Ranked for General English Literature (ranked 1 out of 435) Top Ranked Veterans for General English Literature (ranked 1 out of 435) A more complete picture of where Georgetown University is the “best of the best” can be found on our 2021 Badges Awarded page. Keep your sticks in your hands and Stay well Doggies! Utilize the left navigation to find past seasons, game schedules, rosters and more. 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Utilize the left navigation to find past seasons, game schedules, rosters and more. Utilize the left navigation to find past seasons, game schedules, rosters and more. Schedule; Posted Thu, Sep 3 2020; April 2020 As perhaps the most anticipated season in NCAA history approaches, we’re featuring every team ranked in the Nike/US Lacrosse Preseason Top 20. It is going to run from 9 o’clock in the morning until 3 o’clock in the afternoon. Georgetown Goes Globetrotting. Representative Coaches Application for our 2021 Season, This website is powered by SportsEngine’s. Inspired by the University’s Jesuit identity and education mission, our athletics program seeks to develop the talents, character, and leadership qualities of all student-athletes and members of our community. 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90,000 10 most unusual picks in the NBA draft – Blogg on the floor – Blogs
Now that the NBA draft has been reduced to two rounds and sixty selected young basketball players, embarrassment practically does not occur (although now, no, no, and there will be some another Tangui Ngombo). But in the old days, when the draft lasted a dozen rounds, the general managers and scouts had much more room for imagination.
10. St. Louis Hawks pick John Rambo under 50th pick in Round 5 of 1965 Draft
Based on the 1972 novel by David Morrell, the cult film First Blood, better known to audiences as Rambo, was released in 1982.It is unlikely that Morrell, Stallone or director Ted Kotcheff tried to take some features of the biography of the protagonist from the real John Rambo, although the real and fictional Rambo was born with a difference of only 4 years (in 1943 – real, and in 1947 – a guy in a bandana and with automatic), and both in the southern United States (Texas and Arizona). Draft athlete John Rambo was in 1965, and the draft (aka conscription) of the character – in 1964.
in the photo: either real or fictional John Rambo
While somewhere in the military unit Rambo had to learn to survive and kill, in Tokyo the real John Rambo fought for Olympic awards.He played in the US national team for several years and was the leader in the country in his sport, so it would be surprising if such an athlete would be missed in the NBA draft … only Rambo was not involved in basketball, but in high jumping. Many of the great basketball players of the past (Russell, Chamberlain) jumped great nationally, but still became basketball players. John Rambo, on the other hand, despite his good performance in college – 20 points, 12 rebounds – was too puny for playing in professional basketball (with a height of 2 meters he weighed only 85 kg), so he concentrated on what he did better – jumping up (without the ball in his hands), having received a bronze medal at the Olympics.
9. Philadelphia Sixers pick Horwitz Norm under 227 pick in Round 10 of 1983 Draft
Despite the fact that this peak, the last in 1983, was eventually invalidated by the league, it can still be included in the list. Moreover, Sixers recognize this choice, and the story is unique. A similar incident almost happened in 1974, when Atlanta general manager Pat Williams chose his newborn son in the 10th round, but the league immediately denied Williams such a draft pick, and the Hawks ended up choosing another player – a real and an adult …
Pictured: Pat Williams is up to something
But the choice of Norm Horwitz was not immediately canceled by the league. Philadelphia Sixers owner Harold Katz was so disliked by long 10-round drafts that he ultimately decided to troll the league and asked the same Pat Williams (who was already GM Sixers) to select Norm Horwitz of Philadelphia Pharmaceutical College. Perhaps he was a friend of Katz, perhaps he was Dr. Sixers, now no one knows.The bottom line is that Horwitz was 49 years old, his height was 175 cm and he weighed 95 kg. The league declared the choice invalid, to which the general manager of one of the teams reacted like this: “ Great, now he has become a free agent and can sign with any team! “
8. Milwaukee Hawks pick Johnny O’Brien under 48th pick in Round 6 and Eddie O’Brien under 57th pick in round 7 of 1953 draft
In the 50s, baseball drafting was a trend, and some of them (like Gene Conley) were able to spend some time in the NBA to benefit.In 1953, the Milwaukee Hawks decided to rely on baseball players in their late peaks, and decided not to waste time on trifles and take the O’Brien twin brothers from the University of Seattle. At the same time, both brothers have already made their Major League Baseball debut for the Pittsburgh Pirates, becoming the first twins to play for the same team.
In the photo: one of the O’Briens beats the Harlem Ball Wizards
It cannot be said that the basketball players from the brothers would have come out bad (although both were 175 cm tall).In 1952, the O’Briens played for their university against the Harlem Globtrotters themselves – with the greats Marquez Haynes and Guus Tatum (at that time they were paid more than the NBA stars) – and … beat them 84:81! Johnny scored 43 points, although he played with a broken nose. However, the twins were not destined to get into the NBA, so they continued to perform in baseball leagues.
7. Golden State Warriors pick Yasutaka Okayama under 171 pick in 8th round 1981 draft
When it was announced in 1981 that the Warriors had chosen a center from Japan, many sports fans were reminded of two words – “Taro Tsujimoto.”It wasn’t just in the NBA that general managers were furious about long drafts. In 1974, 7 years before Okayama, GM of the NHL Buffalo Sabers Punch Imlak decided to arrange a rally and chose in the 11th round a certain Taro Tsujimoto from Tokyo Katanas. Enough time passed before the league discovered that neither Tokyo Katanas nor Tarot existed in nature.
Pictured: Okayama dominates under the basket against USA
As it turned out, Yasutaka Okayama was a real person.And even a good player – in particular, due to his height (233 cm). In Japan, he became a legendary basketball player, but in the United States he remains a curious case from the history of the draft – in the early 80s, players in such distant regions were not sought out. Now we are already accustomed to Chukvudiber Maduabum, Tanguy Ngombo, Ejik Ugboaje or Xue Yuyan. And then the name “Yasutaka Okayama” sounded very unusual on the day of the NBA draft.
6. New Jersey Nets select Vic Sison under the 206th pick of the 10th-round pick in 1981
In 1981, UCLA’s still young, but already honored coach Larry Brown was invited to coach the Nets.Perhaps he would have been happy to invite some of his students to the NBA, with whom he reached the final game of the NCAA the year before, but not one of them unlearned at least three years to be able to enter the draft. But two people from UCLA were still selected for the 1981 draft. One of them is star football player Kenny Easley, who did not play basketball in college, but was still picked by Chicago under 216th pick. The second is Vic Sison, who did not play basketball at all.
pictured: young coach Larry Brown
“ It was a surprise for me, a kind of gift for graduation ,” admitted Sison, selected in the 10th round of the draft, whose height is 170 cm.” I always say they had two choices – take me or skip their choice in the draft.” But after 4 picks after Sison, a member of the Hall of Fame was chosen! True, baseball is Tony Gwynn. However, he just knew how to play basketball, but he was better at baseball.
5. Syracuse Nationals pick Jim Brown under the 68th pick of the 9th round of the 1957 draft / Baltimore Bullets pick Bubba Smith under the 114th pick of the 11th round of the 1967 draft
Most notably Jim Brown and Bubba Smith – two great footballers, two Pro Bowls, two NFL champions.In the second – two great actors who have a hundred roles in Hollywood for two. And third, they are two NBA draft picks.
In the photo: Jim Brown in one of his film roles
Bubba Smith was chosen primarily for his height (201 cm). But in college, he only played football. Jim Brown, on the other hand, has been a star in several sports. In addition to football, he played for Syracuse University in track and field competitions, scored 15 points per game for the basketball team, and was also one of the top athletes among US students in … lacrosse.In general, such a super talent, and even from a local college, “Syracuse” could not be ignored. At the same time, however, the Cleveland Browns picked Jim sixth in the NFL Draft, and Brown’s fate was sealed. He’s not playing lacrosse, really.
4. Kansas City Kings pick Bruce Jenner under the 139th pick of the 7th Round of the 1977 Draft
There are different management strategies in American sports, but one of the most recognized philosophies is the draft for talent, trade for need .The first half of this dictum is liked to be singled out as the draft mantra of “pick the strongest athlete available.” The Kings, while still in Kansas, understood this mantra too literally and chose the best athlete in the world at that time – the Olympic champion and decathlon record holder Bruce Jenner.
Pictured: Bruce Jenner on a cereal box
After winning the 1976 Olympics in Montreal, Jenner became an American hero, receiving dozens of awards, several lucrative advertising contracts, and even a role in the movie Music Can’t Stop.In one of the episodes of this picture, he picked up a basketball for the first time since school … Another Olympic champion, Bob Beamon, the legend of long jump, did not play since school. Probably, the Phoenix Suns, who chose him in the 15th round of the 68 draft, hoped that Bimon would be able to score in a jump from 8 meters into the ring from above.
3. New Orlins Jazz pick Lucia Harris under the 137th pick, 7th-round pick, 1977
In 1969, the San Francisco Warriors drafted Denise Long, but the pick was invalidated.First of all, because in those days it was impossible to draft schoolchildren. Secondly, because Denise Long was a woman. However, when the Jazz chose the legendary Lucia Harris, the first woman to be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame, 8 years later, the Jazz chose in the 7th round, no one began to find fault with the choice of a team from New Orleans – probably due to the fact that Lucy, in unlike Long, she went to college.
pictured: one of the greatest basketball players in history, Lucia Harris (not to be confused with Lucius Harris!)
Jazz has openly taken the initiative to invite Harris to training camp – there are still no regulatory barriers for women in American sports.But Harris refused – not only because she soberly understood that nothing could shine for her (another great basketball player Anne Myers signed a contract with the Pacers a few years after Harris, but was expelled in the middle of training camp), but also because she was pregnant.
2. Chicago Bulls pick Carl Lewis under 208 pick in 10th round 1984 draft
In 1984, the Chicago Bulls drafted one of the greatest men in the history of world sports, a multiple record holder, an Olympic champion, a man who raised athlete contracts to unprecedented heights.Oh no, this is not about Michael Jordan. 205 picks since Michael The Bulls drafted Carl Lewis.
in the photo: Carl Lewis sets some kind of another record
Official draft lists include all players – from Wilt Chamberlain to Bruce Buchko – with the college name, draft number, and playing position. However, Carl Lewis is listed out of position on the 1984 protocol – one of the few in NBA history. After all, the great athlete never played basketball – neither at school nor in college, and therefore was neither a forward, nor a defender, nor even more so a center.However, now Jordan cannot say that he has become the most titled player since the 1984 draft – after all, Lewis has as many as 9 Olympic gold medals.
1. The Boston Celtics pick Landon Turner under the 225 pick in Round 10 of the 1982 Draft.
After winning the 1981 NCAA Finals game alongside Isaiah Thomas, talented center Landon Turner was happy to have picked Indiana University out of three hundred colleges that had recruited him after high school three years earlier.Turner was gearing up to retire in the first round of the NBA draft next year – perhaps even in the top ten – and begin his professional basketball career. But fate decreed otherwise.
In the photo: Landon Turner flies to the ring in the match for Indiana University
Just 4 months after the championship game, Landon was involved in a car accident that left him paralyzed below his chest. Dreams of playing in the NBA collapsed. “ It seemed like a nightmare, it seemed like I was dreaming.I fell into a terrible depression because I had so many hopes. I was a good son, a diligent parishioner, a kind person. Why did this happen to me? “
Turner’s varsity coach Bob Knight was friends with Celtics general manager Red Auerbach. Auerbach and Knight decided that the Celts would spend their last pick in the draft (under which there is still no good choice) on Landon Turner. Even though Turner struggled to move, let alone a basketball career, Auerbach considered him a member of the Celtics family.Subsequently, Turner received a commemorative watch from Red, which was presented to the members of the Boston championship teams in 1984 and 1986.
Pictured: Landon Turner at a charity event
This small, symbolic gesture influenced Turner more than one could imagine. “ I didn’t know anything about this until my parents informed me that I was the last draft pick. The fact that someone did such an act for my sake lifted my spirits ”.Turner returned to basketball a few years later, playing for the Pacers’ wheelchair athletes. He also turned to coaching and led his amateur team to the regional championship in the Nike League, and then coached the students. Now Landon Turner gives motivational lectures in Indiana to young basketball players and people in the same situation as him.
“ Try to make the most of your abilities, be willing to be better, and don’t let any disasters get in your way. “
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PSG.LGD – Team Aster
On July 21, the playoff stage of the i-League 2021 Dota 2 tournament starts, the six best representatives of the Chinese region will compete for the main prize. At 12:00 Moscow time, PSG.LGD and Team Aster will converge on a virtual battlefield. Can someone stop the Parisians on their way to the title?
“Parisians” at the end of the season look just perfect. They won four matches in a row and put the WePlay AniMajor title in their piggy bank.This allowed us to take second place in the world ranking – DPC and get a direct ticket to The International. And now the team is starting a full preparatory process for the main event of 2021.
The squad has been playing in the same squad throughout the season, so the mutual understanding of the players is at its best. In the current meta, the team has a rich arsenal of tactics and strategies.
Stars lost three matches in a row and are in a bad emotional state.They frankly failed WePlay AniMajor, because in the playoffs they consistently lost to not the most difficult opponents: T1 (0: 2) and TNC Predator (1: 2).
But you need to understand that experienced players had a whole month to work on bugs. True, for a long time the team has been performing without a permanent fifth position performer, which will certainly affect the final result.
PSG.LGD is considered the best representative of the Chinese region at the moment, which is confirmed by the state of the world ranking.The team is the main favorite of the competition.
But Team Aster is going through hard times: once again the team will have to test a new player of the fifth position.
PSG.LGD looks more powerful, so he will calmly send the victory to his piggy bank with a handicap of -1.5 cards of . We advise you to bet on this outcome with odds of 2.20 .
You can also play total less than 2.5 cards . This option is estimated with a coefficient of 1.