Markelle Fultz attended a Point Guard College session in 2014, the Summer before his junior year in high school. He had been cut from the Varsity team just the season before at
Tyler Coston, TJ Rosene, and Sam Allen were joined by Rick Torbett and Adam Bradley at the Men’s Final Four in Phoenix, Arizona. Below are videos recapping each of their days at the National Association of Basketball Coaches Convention.
For the first six weeks of the 2008-09 basketball season, many expected Laval Lucas-Perry would become eligible and be named Michigan’s starting point guard. As a freshman, however, even with his year of experience on the bench as a transfer, that was more difficult than he expected, and it became a position ceded to other players as Lucas-Perry played off-guard, primarily as a shooter.
This is the touching story of two members of our PGC family. Ieshia Small is a PGC grad who is one of the top high school players in the nation. Coach Kimberly Davis Powell is a long-time PGC supporter who runs one of the top Nike girls basketball programs in the country. This is a story of tragic loss and adversity, but also a story of love & hope.
THINK THE GAME
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Comer was the conductor of the face moving train that was the FGCU offense. He orchestrated two masterpiece games as a play maker that should be emulated by young point guards everywhere. His ability to create plays in all situations was THE difference for Florida Gulf Coast. Comer creates in four primary ways as a point guard and when he is at his best, like he was the first weekend, all four are clicking on all cylinders.
The Oscars and NBA All-Star Weekend have come and gone, but our favorite people to celebrate, hands down, are our grads. Each season, 20 NCAA men’s and women’s basketball student-athletes
The top-seeded and tournament host Windsor Lancers captured the first “Bronze Baby Trophy” in program history thanks to a 63-49 win over the No. 2 ranked Saskatchewan Huskies in the gold-medal final of the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) 2011 Women’s National Championship.
On Sunday, March 13, 2011, the Trinity Western University Spartans battled perennial Canadian national champion Carleton University Ravens in the 2011 Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS) National Championship finals. PGC grad, Kyle Coston, a fourth-year forward from Blaine, Wash., added 13 points and nine boards in the championship game.