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 21 
 on: March 29, 2015, 09:41:10 PM 
Started by MUDish - Last post by nyg
Wojo just announced a new member to his staff, the new chief recruiter, Bradley.........

Now go get a commitment from Malik Neumann.

Awesome photos and memories for him.  

 22 
 on: March 29, 2015, 09:40:52 PM 
Started by VegasWarrior77 - Last post by Warrior Code
Man, this guy seems pretty impressive.

Peoria native Chris Reynolds named Bradley athletics director


By Dave Reynolds of the Journal Star
Posted Mar. 16, 2015 @ 8:25 pm
Updated Mar 16, 2015 at 10:26 PM

PEORIA — Chris Reynolds, a native Peorian and a longtime college athletics administrator, has been named the 10th director of athletics at Bradley University, the school confirmed Monday night in a news release.
Reynolds, who will be introduced to the public at noon Wednesday at Renaissance Coliseum, becomes the first African-American to lead Bradley athletics.
A 1989 graduate of Peoria High School, Reynolds led the Lions to a Class 2A runner-up finish in the ’89 state tournament and was a two-time all-state guard.
He was recruited to Indiana by coach Bob Knight and played with him for four seasons. As a junior, he helped the coach to his last NCAA Final Four appearance in 1992. Reynolds was named a co-captain at IU as a senior when the Hoosiers reached the NCAA Elite Eight. He was a 1993 academic all-Big Ten selection and still ranks among the top 12 in school history in games played (129), single-season steals (49 in 1991-92), career steals (135) and career assists (356).
“Bradley has an excellent reputation for academics and the athletics facilities are phenomenal,” Reynolds said in the statement. “I remember the college environment that Bradley provided was always something special for high school students. My family and I are very much looking forward to being a part of the Bradley community.”
He replaces Dr. Michael Cross, Bradley’s director of athletics for the past five years, who resigned last month. Cross’ final day at BU was Monday.
Reynolds, who holds a law degree and a Ph.D. from Indiana, began his sports administration career as an intern with the NCAA followed by a stint in the Western Michigan athletics compliance office. He went on to positions at Michigan State, Notre Dame and Indiana before being named deputy AD at Northwestern 15 months ago.
“Chris Reynolds is a proven leader with impressive credentials, a wide range of experience in athletics administration, and a passion for the student-athlete experience,” said BU President Joanne Glasser in the statement. “We are proud to welcome him home to Peoria to lead Bradley athletics forward.”
At the Evanston school, Reynolds served on the athletic director’s executive staff and held direct responsibility for the planning and management of Recreation, Equipment Operations and the Facilities and Event Management units.

 23 
 on: March 29, 2015, 09:38:10 PM 
Started by VegasWarrior77 - Last post by VegasWarrior77
SJSU was one of the few teams in the MWC that UNLV could beat this year.  And they had the number five recruiting class in the nation come in last August!

 24 
 on: March 29, 2015, 09:37:26 PM 
Started by mr.MUskie - Last post by MU82
Kentucky. I want 40-0. I'm always happy to celebrate greatness in my time.

I lean this way, too. I hate Bobby Knight, so I want a team to "one-up" his group.

Otherwise, Sparty because Izzo seems like the kind of coach I'd want my kid to play for.

Basically, though, it comes down to anybody but Bucky!!


 25 
 on: March 29, 2015, 09:30:45 PM 
Started by VegasWarrior77 - Last post by 77ncaachamps

Man, SJSU is so bad it makes you wonder why he just doesn't take a scholarship at a good D2 school.

I live in SJ. They occasionally give tickets away.
And I turn them down regularly!

The last time I can recall they were good was with Olivier St. Jean, the Michigan transfer, now known as Tariq Abdul-Wahad. Before that, the ill-fated Ricky Berry (Sac Kings player who committed suicide).

My fondest memories was watching UNLV (90-93) at the then-new Event Center.

 26 
 on: March 29, 2015, 09:30:29 PM 
Started by MUDish - Last post by Warrior Code
Thanks for sharing.

 27 
 on: March 29, 2015, 09:28:41 PM 
Started by VegasWarrior77 - Last post by VegasWarrior77
http://www.jrn.com/wtmj/wi-sports/Marquette-recruit-Henry-Ellenson-wont-need-surgery-on-hand-297858951.html

Marquette recruit Henry Ellenson won't need surgery on hand

By Jay Sorgi. CREATED Mar 27, 2015
The top recruit for the Marquette men's basketball team won't have to have surgery for his injured left hand.

A source says that Henry Ellenson has opted not to have surgery on the hand after several x-rays.  He will need about 5-7 more weeks for recovery.

According to the source, two different orthopedic doctors looked at the hand and believed it would heal without surgery.

Ellenson, a third-team Naismith High School All-American, led Rice Lake High School to the Division 2 boys basketball finals this year.

He injured his hand in the semifinal round, but played through the injury and led Rice Lake to a win over Greendale.

Ellenson sat out the final. Mount Horeb beat Rice Lake in the final.

He will take part in activities connected to the McDonald's All-American High School game, which he was invited to along with Maryland recruit and Dominican High School's Diamond Stone.  Stone was chosen second-team All-American.

Jay Sorgi, a lifelong sports fanatic, is an editor for WIsports.com. He's also a reporter for 620WTMJ and the Packers Radio Network.

 28 
 on: March 29, 2015, 09:25:21 PM 
Started by VegasWarrior77 - Last post by Warrior Code
New Bradley coach's ties to Peoria long, varied

By Kirk Wessler of the Journal Star
Posted Mar. 28, 2015 @ 9:53 pm

PEORIA — Brian Wardle will coach his first game for Bradley next fall, already with an 0-2 personal record on the Braves’ home court.

Wardle’s participation in the first two IHSA state tournaments played at Carver Arena in Peoria constitute just one of several indirect ties to the Bradley program he has had over the past 20 years.
As a junior at Hinsdale Central in 1996, Wardle played in the very first Class AA quarterfinal at Carver Arena. Manual held him to just eight shots and eight points in defeating Hinsdale Central, 60-53. The Rams went on to win their third consecutive state tournament.
The next season, Wardle made 8 of 12 3-pointers and scored 34 points, but Hinsdale Central lost a quarterfinal to Harvey Thornton, 77-61. The next day, Manual defeated Thornton in their historic semifinal en route to a record fourth straight state championship.
Another connection between Wardle and Bradley began in 1994, when the Braves lost to Siena in the National Invitation Tournament quarterfinals. Siena was coached by Mike Deane, who parlayed his NIT success into the head coaching job at Marquette, where he recruited and signed Wardle.
Wardle played two years for Deane, then his final two seasons for Tom Crean. After graduating from Marquette, Wardle played two pro seasons before Crean hired him to be a member of the Warriors coaching staff in 2003.
In 2008, Crean left Marquette for Indiana, where he worked with an athletics administrator named Chris Reynolds, who earlier this month was hired to be Bradley athletics director.
And Friday, Reynolds hired Wardle to be Bradley’s head coach.

 29 
 on: March 29, 2015, 09:22:06 PM 
Started by Marqwarrior89 - Last post by Groin_pull
Unlike DePaul, St Johns understands the importance of being bold with its hire.

 30 
 on: March 29, 2015, 09:15:52 PM 
Started by VegasWarrior77 - Last post by The Sultan of Sunshine
Last year Buzz (and possibly Wojo) along with Creighton and Nebraska offered Cody Schwartz....he then had a bad summer and ended up at San Jose State.


Man, SJSU is so bad it makes you wonder why he just doesn't take a scholarship at a good D2 school.

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