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Memphis kid living a dream. Sports Reporter @phillyinquirer covering Big 5️⃣🏀, boxing, and more| |@SJI_update ‘19| | Proverbs 3:5| UTK ‘19 Alum🍊

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Drexel had leads at the half in both regular season games vs. College of Charleston. Both games ended in losses. Cam Wynter and Zach Spiker talked about lessons learned since then, team improvements, and the upcoming CAA tournament game on Sunday.


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Drexel’s Camren Wynter was named to the All-CAA first team. He was the CAA Rookie of the Year two years ago and made the All-CAA second team last season. James Butler was also named to the All-CAA third team for the second straight season.

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Quoted @E_Woodyard

Giannis shows up to the post-game press conference eating lemon pepper wings. “It’s Memphis,” he says laughing.

He should’ve had honey gold but I like the vibes. Most people would’ve had BBQ.

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St. Joseph’s season is over after a 34-point loss in the A-10 tourney. It was also Ryan Daly’s last game.

“To play and wear St. Joe’s across my chest is a dream come true.”

- game recap
- looking ahead to next season
- what went wrong


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Billy Lange says when St. Joe’s left Fort Myers after losses to Kansas and Auburn, he felt that the Hawks could be a top-four team in the A-10. He added that the exact team in Florida didn’t have one more practice together for the remainder of the season.

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As @jmverlin reported earlier this week, Ryan Daly confirmed in his postgame press conference that he will pursue a professional basketball career. His storied career at St. Joe’s is over.

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Quoted @DamichaelC

Nah man. I’m not sure if I’ve ever seen a team shoot the ball like this (with my own eyes) in an A-10 game. This is ridiculous. UMass is 15-24 from downtown.

UMass made the second most threes (15) in A-10 tournament history. Keep in mind, the last made three came with more than 19 minutes left in the 2nd half. They nearly broke a conference tournament record in little over a half of play. Never seen shooting like that.

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Tre Mitchell said someone sent him a screenshot of a text where St. Joe’s said that it’d be keying on Mitchell. He said he knew then that the shooters would have a big day.

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Final: UMass 100 St. Joe’s 66

Can’t beat a team that’s shooting the ball like that. A sour ending after a great four-game run for the Hawks. St. Joe’s finishes the season 5-15.

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UMass 59 St. Joe’s 36

The Minutemen made 12 threes in the first half. Each time the Hawks got to about 16 or 17, more threes came. The 3-pointers are surprising considering how the Hawks limited La Salle’s three-point looks yesterday.

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UMass is shooting lights out.

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Quoted @BallIsLifeJ13

I am transferring from La Salle Univeristy. Just wanted to thank my coaches and teammates for pushing me to be the best player that I can be everyday! I love La Salle and will always have a special place in my heart! THANK YOU LA SALLE #24out

Jared Kimbrough was a big part of La Salle’s defense. His quickness was a major reason why the Explorers could switch everything a lot of times. An energetic and athletic forward is seeking other opportunities.

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Good news: Jack Forrest, who was originally expected to be out for the remainder of the season, has checked in.

Bad news: Hawks are down 19 and it isn’t even the halfway point of the first half.

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UMass is the biggest unknown in the A-10. It’s six A10 wins came against 3 schools that finished 10th, 12th and last in the league. Played only 13 games.

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Tip for St. Joe’s-UMass will be at about 1:15.

So many keys to watch

- Guarding Tre Mitchell (Anthony Longpre’s availability after leaving early yesterday)

- can Hawks keep Minutemen off the free throw line? (UMass No. 1 in A10 in FTs)

- How deep can Hawks go into bench?

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Just can’t believe Richmond is going out like this.

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Replying to @DrexelDragons: Head @DrexelMBB Coach Zach Spiker & his wife Jennifer made a significant contribution to @DrexelUniv The Center for Blac…

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Head @DrexelMBB Coach Zach Spiker & his wife Jennifer made a significant contribution to @DrexelUniv The Center for Black Culture this past summer, challenging coaches across the nation to support minority organizations on their campuses.


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He was once the top-ranked player in Pennsylvania & crowned, “The Prince of North Philly.”

3 1/2 years in prison halted Rysheed Jordan’s plans, but he’s ready to pick up where he left off.

“I’m trying to get to the highest level where I belong.”


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