The SC4 men’s basketball team not only made college history this year by making it to the national tournament but performed not too shabbily there either.
The Skippers dropped their first game at the NJCAA Division II National Tournament in Danville, Illinois to Lewis & Clark College (IL) by a score of 78-70.
They won their next two games against Bismarck State College (ND), 93-87, and Monroe CC (NY), 83-67. Finally, on Saturday, March 20, they were downed by Pima (AZ), 59-52.
“We were very disappointed when we lost the opener to Lewis and Clark,” Coach Dale Vos said. “However, as has been the case with this team all year, we got up and went to work and still finished eighth in the nation, no small feat.
“I just love the work ethic, togetherness, teamwork and defensive intensity of this team. I also love the leadership and love for each other that this team displayed all year.
“What a great ride they gave me and the rest of the coaching staff.”
O.D. say conceptualize ‘dis, please. As a community college, SC4 has two year turnover. Coach Vos and his staff have two years to mold a team for basically one run per group of players. Add to that a scholarship difference and boom, was ‘dis not amazing?
Congratulations to all involved. The college should honor these student athletes for their achievements. Be proud. Be a Skipper!
All I can say is ha ha ha, University of North Carolina. Your arrogance, after last year’s victory over MSU, reaped just deserts. Who cares if you win the NIT? You’re a classless organization who didn’t make the Big Dance after winning the year before. Come on. Brag about how great your team is now, coach.
My Wings. First, you knock off Calgary in Calgary with less than two minutes to go. Then, on to Edmonton to tie the game with .5 seconds left. Saturday, you win in overtime in Vancouver with .3 seconds remaining in overtime.
Despite all the injuries, the Red Wings have battled back to make a run for the Cup again. Forget the Miracle Mets. With the injury (knock on wood) curse fading and those players hitting mid-season form now, look forward to some fun when the playoffs begin.
I cannot get over the negativity towards the Detroit Lions looking at Adam “Pacman” Jones as a potential free agent. Hey, you forgive Michael “I am so tough I torture and murder dogs” Vick.
At least Jones is man enough to whomp on his fellow humans. Give me a mean Jones over a cowardly Vick any day of the week.
1.5 million dollars, no doubt someone in the league would pay Judas Iscariot the same if he could throw a football. Of course, it was Philadelphia who signed Vick.