Myerscough alum Okros and Williams win CAA Tournament Championship with Drexel

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HARRISONBURG, Va. -- Myerscough alumni Mate Okros and Amari Williams helped the sixth-seeded Drexel Men’s Basketball team capture its first Colonial Athletic Association Tournament Championship in school history on Tuesday and book a trip back to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in 25 years.

Myerscough Basketball forms player-pathway link with BasketballPaisley

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PRESTON, England -- Myerscough Basketball is excited to announce that it has formed a player-pathway link with BasketballPaisley, which Academy director and head coach Neal Hopkins confirmed on Friday.

Episode 34: Fade Away Three

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Myerscough alum Sanmi Fajana calls into the pod from the Lone Star State where he is currently based at Blinn College (Texas) to talk hoops, culture and Ireland. Sanmi gives a shout out to the Ongar Chasers, looks back at the moment when basketball became serious and what he's learnt throughout his journey chasing his dreams.

Episode 33: The Captain

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At long last, Myerscough alum Konrad Kantorski jumps on the pod to about his time at the Academy, which included being part of the team that won the programme's first senior titles. The Captain also talks about how he embraced being "undersized" and how the chip on his shoulder turned him into a relentless competitor. From spin moves to bold moves, Konrad doesn't hold back.

Episode 32: Giving Back to the Game

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It’s a who’s who of British basketball as Myerscough Basketball Academy coach Mike Bernard joins the podcast to look back at his career from junior to storied professional. “Big Mike” talks about when he began to take the sport serious, the biggest influences on his success and the importance of building a family along the journey.

Episode 31: Broken Glasses in Holland

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Myerscough Under-18s coach Lewis Scott calls into the pod to talk about his growth as a coach and what he expects from players coming into his teams. Lewis also reflects back on what it has been like to work with some of the top junior prospects in British basketball and the role Myerscough has played in their development on and off court.