Zafir Williams, a 6-6 PF from Long Beach and Ryse Williams a 6-2 SG from Redondo beach have committed to LMU.
Earlier this month Andy Hui had a great story about Anthony Ireland hosting a skills academy in his hometown of Waterbury, Conn. A local news station has a nice follow up story the success of the event. The story to can be accessed here.
Great to see Anthony giving back, and having such a great impact on these kids.
Congratulations are in order to LMU Women’s Head Coach Charity Elliott and her staff for landing a tremendous transfer in Gabby Green. Green recently played at California and will have two years of eligibility remaining after sitting out a year due to NCAA transfer rules. Green is certain to have an intimidate impact when she takes the floor for the Lions. Green was ranked 12 in the nation coming out of high school, was a ESPN five star recruit and also an Mc Donald’s All American.
By Andy Hui
Former LMU basketball standout Anthony Ireland continues to dish out assists both on and off the court after a stellar career. After starting the season playing in Greece, Ireland concluded the 2015-16 season playing for Trefl Sopot in Poland. Later this month, Ireland will host his second annual Skills Academy in his hometown of Waterbury, Connecticut through the Greater Waterbury YMCA.
Max Good has been hired at Pratt Community College as head coach. Several high profile coaches commented on the hire: “Coach Good is an unbelievable competitor with a great knowledge of the game. He always gets the most out of his players’ abilities. He also has a personality bigger than life. Pratt is getting one terrific coach.” – Mark Few, Gonzaga University Head Coach