Tag: Kansas State
If you watched ESPN after last night’s Kansas State upset of eighth-ranked Kansas, you saw the anchors beside themselves over the court storm by K-State fans.
The Tony Bennett era at Virginia is in its sixth season. From his introductory press conference in April 2009, the emphasis,of UVA basketball has been the striving for defensive perfection.
Harvard’s one first-half field goal Sunday at UVA tied the NCAA record for fewest made field goals in a half in the shot clock era (Savannah State, one second-half field goal at Kansas State on Jan. 7, 2008)
After an off week, JMU football returns to action on the road, traveling to Charlotte, North Carolina to take on the Charlotte 49ers.
Florida State might be the weakest October #1 team in recent memory. Then again, nobody else seems to want to be #1. Four of last week’s top six lost, leading to an unprecedented reshuffling of the AP Top 25.
ODU quarterback Taylor Heinicke was named to the Manning Award Watch List on Thursday.
ODU quarterback Taylor Heinicke was named to the 2014 Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award Watch List, the award committee announced on Wednesday.
Old Dominion University senior Antonio Vaughan has been named to the preseason watch list for the 2014 Paul Hornung Award, presented by Texas Roadhouse, the award committee announced on Monday.
Fishburne Military School postgrad forward Shamiek Sheppard (6’6”, 210, Brooklyn) has committed to South Carolina.
Down 11 with 5:44 to go, Fishburne stormed back with a 16-5 run to tie defending national champion Northfield Mount Hermon with 1:03 left, but an AJ Brodeur layup with 47 seconds left gave NMH the lead for good in an eventual 62-59 final.
Fourth-ranked Fishburne swept a pair of weekend games at the Massanutten Invitational, defeating Shooting4Greatness Academy 83-70 on Friday and defeating Mount Zion Prep 74-65 on Saturday.
Hargrave had a 10-point lead with 5:17 to go. Fishburne had Jordon Talley. Talley had a hand in 16 FMS points in the final 5:17, and the Caissons closed out the Tigers on a 21-5 scoring run to take a 101-95 win in a matchup of two national Top 5 teams Tuesday night in Waynesboro, Va.
Tre Harris hit a tie-breaking three with 1:13 to go, and second-ranked Fishburne held on in the final minute to post an 85-81 win over #10 Massanutten Thursday night in Waynesboro.
Tre’ Harris has already signed with Kansas State, so it’s not like Bruce Weber needed to do any selling on the Fishburne Military School combo guard. But Weber was in Waynesboro just the same on Saturday to see Harris (6’5, 180, Glen Carbon, Ill.) score 13 points to help the second-ranked Caissons postgrad basketball team to a 76-63 win over Kiski School (Pa.).
Kiski led #2 Fishburne by as many as nine points in the first half, but the Caissons took control with defense in a strong second-half performance that lifted FMS to a 76-63 win at the FMS Best Western Caisson Shootout.
Down one at the break, the Fishburne Military School postgrad basketball team turned up the intensity on defense on Miller School in the second half in a 107-87 win Thursday night in the opener of the FMS Best Western Caisson Shootout.
Eleven of the top prep basketball teams in country will be at Fishburne Military School this week for the Best Western Plus 2013 Caisson Shootout. The host school Fishburne’s postgrad basketball team headlines the event, which also features Fork Union Military Academy, Hargrave Military Academy, Massanutten Military Academy and Miller School.
The UVa. women’s basketball team (3-4) fell to Kansas State (3-3), 49-46, in the consolation final of the Junkanoo Jam Tournament on Grand Bahama Island. Junior center Sarah Imovbioh (Abuja, Nigeria) had her fourth double-double of the season with 20 points, one shy of matching her career high, and 15 rebounds.
Maryland-Baltimore County is getting what Fishburne Military School postgrad coach Ed Huckaby thinks is a major-conference talent in Lamell Washington (6’7”, 215, Frederick, Md.). Washington cited reasons not entirely involving basketball for his decision to sign his National Letter of Intent with UMBC on Wednesday.
Fishburne Military School guard Tre’ Harris made it official on Wednesday. After committing last month to Kansas State, Harris (6’5”, 180, Glen Carbon, Ill.) signed his National Letter of Intent to join the Wildcats and coach Bruce Weber.