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TRADITIONAL SPLITS

BY YEARTEAMGPMINPTSFGMFGAFG%3PM3PA3P%FTMFTAFT%OREBDREBREBASTTOVSTLBLKPFFPDD2TD3+/-
2023-24AUS818.74.11.43.935.50.31.615.40.60.883.30.42.83.13.01.61.40.30.915.600-7.4
2022-23AUS1325.87.52.67.236.60.72.725.71.11.570.00.42.32.73.01.51.30.11.518.000-3.2
 
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Myles Tate

Myles Tate​

B.S. Kinesiology, M.S. Exercise Science, Health/Physical Education Teacher, Assistant Varsity Basketball Coach​

Ashburn, Virginia

Experience​

 
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Michael Rudy

Michael Rudy​

Founder and CEO of Ally Behavior Centers​

Rockville, Maryland

Experience​

  • Ally Behavior Centers Graphic

    Founder and CEO​

    Ally Behavior Centers

    Mar 2019 - Present - 4 years 10 months
    Rockville, Maryland
    Ally changes lives for children with autism.



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    Engineer / Analyst​

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    Jan 2017 - Aug 2018 1 year 8 months
    College Park, MD
    Developed novel hemostatic devices to address internal bleeding and surgical uses.



    Education
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      University of Maryland College Park

      Master of Science - MS Chemical Engineering​

      2016 - 2018
      Activities and Societies: Member of The Complex Fluids and Nanomaterials Group
      Thesis: Synthesis and Characterization of Hemostatic Foams.

      Managed team of four undergrads to develop methods to treat non-compressible hemorrhaging
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      George Mason University

      Bachelor of Science - BS Chemistry​

      2012 - 2016
      Activities and Societies: NCAA Division I Student Athlete (Men's Basketball), Member of Pi Kappa Alpha Fraternity, Instructor for PIKE Club
      Concentration in Biochemistry, Minor in Physics
 
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"Mike Wells serves the USA Basketball Men’s National Team in a scout and assistant coaching role.

Wells started his coaching career as an intern with the Houston Rockets in 1994 and was a member of the coaching staff when they won the NBA title in 1995. He’s worked in both the NBA and NCAA, spending more than 17 years in the NBA and serving coaching stints at George Mason and the University of South Florida. He was most recently an assistant with the Utah Jazz."
 
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Marko Gujanicic – Director of Turkish, Greek, Serbian, and Montenegrin Basketball

"Marko is based in Istanbul, Turkey, and has been responsible for the Turkish and Greek markets, as well as the Adriatic region.

His responsibilities include Contract Negotiation, Players Relationship, and Recruiting Strategy for our company and our clients in Turkey, Greece, and the Adriatic region.

Marko is currently enrolled in Law School and he is also assisting with contracts and arbitrations for the company.

Before joining BDA Sports International, Marko played basketball for Youth National Teams of Serbia for three years competing at European and World Championships and playing for George Mason University where he graduated and earned his BS in Finance degree."


Trivia question: Name the former Patriot from Two Egg, Florida?
 
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Peterborough’s Jesse Young, right, shoots over Venezuela’s Hector Romero during their FIBA Americas Championship basketball game at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on Aug. 23, 2007. The former Team Canada captain is watching closely after the national men’s basketball team recently secured their first Olympics berth in 20 years.
Isaac Brekken / The Associated Press file photo

"Young played for Canada’s national senior team from 2003 to 2011, including as captain his final four seasons, competing through three Olympic qualifying cycles where they failed to make it.

His last game for Canada was in 2011 at the FIBA America’s qualifier where they lost their final game to Venezuela. Two of the younger players on that team are now Canada’s oldest players in captain Kelly Olynyk and Dwight Powell."

"Young, 43, now a firefighter for the Mississauga Fire Department but who still calls Peterborough home, watches every game as a proud alumnus.

Canada only qualified for the world championships once during his tenure in 2010 but an ankle injury and the death of his father Ray prevented him from participating."

"Young keeps his hand in basketball coaching his daughters in the Peterborough Power system on U13 and U14 teams."

Do you remember when the school played a recording of "O Canada" for Jesse on Senior Night 2003?
 

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Peterborough’s Jesse Young, right, shoots over Venezuela’s Hector Romero during their FIBA Americas Championship basketball game at the Thomas & Mack Center in Las Vegas on Aug. 23, 2007. The former Team Canada captain is watching closely after the national men’s basketball team recently secured their first Olympics berth in 20 years.
Isaac Brekken / The Associated Press file photo

"Young played for Canada’s national senior team from 2003 to 2011, including as captain his final four seasons, competing through three Olympic qualifying cycles where they failed to make it.

His last game for Canada was in 2011 at the FIBA America’s qualifier where they lost their final game to Venezuela. Two of the younger players on that team are now Canada’s oldest players in captain Kelly Olynyk and Dwight Powell."

"Young, 43, now a firefighter for the Mississauga Fire Department but who still calls Peterborough home, watches every game as a proud alumnus.

Canada only qualified for the world championships once during his tenure in 2010 but an ankle injury and the death of his father Ray prevented him from participating."

"Young keeps his hand in basketball coaching his daughters in the Peterborough Power system on U13 and U14 teams."

Do you remember when the school played a recording of "O Canada" for Jesse on Senior Night 2003?

Yes, and I remember at being at Mason Madness for his Official Visit as well. Some students had Canadian flags wrapped around themselves.
 
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Season Averages
SEASONTEAM
2021-22
GMU
GMU
2022-23
GMU
GMU
2023-24
MONT
MONT
Career

GPGSMINFGFG%3PT3P%FTFT%ORDRREBASTBLKSTLPFTOPTS
2818.30.4-1.333.30.3-0.928.00.0-0.150.00.30.91.30.30.20.11.00.21.1
2306.00.1-0.717.60.1-0.623.10.0-0.10.00.30.71.00.30.10.00.50.30.4
908.70.7-1.935.30.1-1.011.10.3-0.475.00.21.11.30.70.10.00.90.31.8
6017.50.4-1.230.00.2-0.823.40.1-0.150.00.30.91.20.40.20.10.80.31.0
 
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Season Averages
SEASONTEAM
2021-22
GMU
GMU
2023-24
NICH
NICH
Career

GPGSMINFGFG%3PT3P%FTFT%ORDRREBASTBLKSTLPFTOPTS
807.30.5-1.533.30.1-1.012.50.4-0.850.00.10.60.80.90.00.40.30.91.5
10523.71.8-5.731.61.1-3.928.20.7-1.163.60.41.51.90.80.00.72.20.75.4
18516.41.2-3.831.90.7-2.625.50.6-0.958.80.31.11.40.80.00.61.30.83.7
 
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Season Averages
SEASONTEAM
2020-21
GMU
GMU
2021-22
GMU
GMU
2022-23
UTEP
UTEP
2023-24
UTEP
UTEP
Career

GPGSMINFGFG%3PT3P%FTFT%ORDRREBASTBLKSTLPFTOPTS
1507.70.9-2.338.20.3-1.131.30.1-0.350.00.61.01.60.20.50.31.10.32.2
2008.01.2-2.057.50.2-0.636.40.2-0.728.60.61.31.90.20.20.50.90.42.7
292622.92.8-5.650.30.6-2.027.61.4-2.263.51.62.54.10.70.30.91.81.37.5
10924.33.7-7.748.10.6-2.524.03.1-4.470.51.82.64.41.60.31.61.50.611.1
743516.02.1-4.249.40.4-1.528.21.0-1.761.61.11.93.00.60.30.81.40.85.6
 

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Season Averages
SEASONTEAM
2020-21
GMU
GMU
2021-22
GMU
GMU
2022-23
UTEP
UTEP
2023-24
UTEP
UTEP
Career

GPGSMINFGFG%3PT3P%FTFT%ORDRREBASTBLKSTLPFTOPTS
1507.70.9-2.338.20.3-1.131.30.1-0.350.00.61.01.60.20.50.31.10.32.2
2008.01.2-2.057.50.2-0.636.40.2-0.728.60.61.31.90.20.20.50.90.42.7
292622.92.8-5.650.30.6-2.027.61.4-2.263.51.62.54.10.70.30.91.81.37.5
10924.33.7-7.748.10.6-2.524.03.1-4.470.51.82.64.41.60.31.61.50.611.1
743516.02.1-4.249.40.4-1.528.21.0-1.761.61.11.93.00.60.30.81.40.85.6
I appreciate your updates. I do wonder what becomes of former Patriots.
 
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NCCU team wins world university basketball title​

Taiwan’s college basketball powerhouse National Chengchi University (NCCU) seem poised for another successful season at home after being crowned champions of the World University Basketball Series in Tokyo on Sunday.

The NCCU Griffins, holders of Taiwan’s University Basketball Association (UBA) title for three consecutive years, won the tournament after defeating the Tokai University Seagulls 90-84, with 30 points from captain Mouhamed Lamine Mbaye, the tournament’s Most Valuable Player (MVP).

Mbaye
said he was happy to win the title after the team fell short last year, adding that his MVP award would not have been possible without his teammates’ efforts, after he fouled out two minutes into the final quarter, the team said in a statement issued yesterday.
 
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