The road isn't always easy for a student-athlete, full stop. Mikey Irvine and Myerscough alum Kiko Stavrev and Zion Tordoff share how they overcame their own personal obstacles and challenges throughout their development on the way to success.
PRESTON – Myerscough alumni Jess McGrath announced Friday that she will be attending Clarendon College (JUCO/Texas) for her sophomore year.
“Transferring to Clarendon is a great new challenge for me,” said McGrath. “As a...
PRESTON - Myerscough Basketball Academy coaches Neal Hopkins and Mike Bernard were featured on UpStreamedia's YouTube channel on Friday, which was hosted by Rebound's Chris Hughes.
UpStreamMedia is an an online umbrella Information service...
It's a Scottish flavour as Allen welcomes a panel of guests hailing from north of the border, including Celina Eisenhardt, Myerscough alum Callan Low and the McGlasson Family. Lewis is joined by his parents (Christine and Les) to talk about how he exchanged the beaches of Spain for a basketball academy in Bilsborrow.
In what was either a good decision or a bad one, Allen Gunn invites Myerscough Basketball Academy coaches Troy Culley (Division 3), Mike Bernard (Women) and Lewis Scott (Under-18s) onto the show to get the trio to dish out their best stories — and to talk basketball, obviously.
SCO: The Podcast looks back at the historic season Myerscough Basketball had by becoming the first-ever British basketball team at any level to win a season-long European competition. Allen Gunn is joined by Sam Chigbo before sharing a round-table discussion with Bradley Kaboza and Amari Williams. Alumni, current players and coaching staff close the show by recalling their favourite memories from competing in Europe.
Episode 2 delves into the journeys of Ben Nailer, alum Edoardo Del Cadia and former coach Dan Gayle and how each utilised the platform provided by Myerscough to drive their ambitions forward. The show's host, Allen Gunn, and Coach D also reminisce about past moments that have contributed to the Academy's history.