Extractions: 2001-02 player lists (for the current 2001-02 season) Fantasy Basketball Rules/Draft Packet Scoresheet's Fantasy Basketball Introductury Brochure Basketball Links Basketball Message Board ... Scoresheet Home The first column on the player lists is that player's Scoresheet player number. The second number is the total Scoresheet points they scored last season, the third number is their points per 40 minutes played, next is their shooting points per 40 minutes, then rebounding per 40, play-making points per 40 minutes, then defensive points per 40, then age as of opening day. GUARDS FORWARDS CENTERS Additions (Players listed here are also eligible to be drafted, but may be injured, or seemed unlikely to play this year in the NBA - mostly because they were unsigned as of September, or are talking of retiring of playing in Europe.)
Daily Sports Capsule: 4/28/99 basketball. Ohio State point guard scoonie penn said yesterday he will remain inschool for his senior season rather than enter this year s NBA draft. http://www.s-t.com/daily/04-99/04-28-99/zzzspcap.htm
Extractions: Index BASKETBALL FOOTBALL HOCKEY HORSE RACING ... BASEBALL Ohio State point guard Scoonie Penn said yesterday he will remain in school for his senior season rather than enter this year's NBA draft. Penn helped turn around the Ohio State basketball program after transferring from Boston College following his sophomore year. He led the Buckeyes to a 27-9 record last season and their first Final Four appearance in 31 years, just a season after the team finished 8-22. The 5-foot-10 Penn was named the Big Ten co-player of the year with Mateen Cleaves of Michigan State and a third-team All-American after averaging 16.9 points and 4.3 assists a game. The Cleveland Browns took a step toward shoring up their run defense yesterday by signing free agent defensive tackle Jerry Ball, a three time Pro-Bowler and 12-year veteran who had 15 tackles for losses with the Minnesota Vikings last seaon. Terms of the deal, which is contingent on Ball passing a physical, were not disclosed. Defensive tackle has been a real concern for the new Browns, especially since Cleveland will rejoin the tough AFC Central where top running backs like Jacksonville's Fred Taylor
Oshoop031999 scoonie penn was on the bench with four fouls. Auburn was on a 104 run. The leadhad vanished, and there were still 10 minutes of basketball to be played http://www.cincypost.com/sports/1999/oshoop031999.html
Extractions: By Jeffrey Shelman, Post staff reporter KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - It looked like the ride was over, that the crazy journey the Ohio State basketball team has been on for the past three months was going to come to an end. Scoonie Penn was on the bench with four fouls. Auburn was on a 10-4 run. The lead had vanished, and there were still 10 minutes of basketball to be played against a No. 1 seed. It didn't matter. Not with these Buckeyes. 'The thing that keeps hitting me between the eyes is the way these guys have constantly come back to accomplish more,' Ohio State coach Jim O'Brien said. 'They've surprised me all season. When I ask myself if they can do more, they actually do more.' What they did Thursday night was come back from six points down with 10 minutes to play. And with that rally, the Buckeyes (26-8) completed a 72-64 victory over the Tigers and will face third-seeded St. John's on Saturday evening for the school's first trip to the Final Four since 1968. 'If someone would've told me before the season that we were going to go to the Elite Eight, I would've said, 'What?' ' said Buckeyes guard Michael Redd, who finished with 22 points. 'But that's what we're doing. We're going from eight wins to the Elite Eight.'
Cincinnati Post College Basketball 1998 Today s college basketball coach relies on the point guard to lead the team James scoonie penn might look like a spot on the floor from the top row http://www.cincypost.com/sports/hoop98preview.html
Extractions: Cincinnati Xavier University ... Contact Us - A solid, all-around player for the Musketeers. - Looking to reach the Final Four for the fourth time. - Bearcats need consistency out of this senior. - Back from knee surgery, he's the glue that holds the RedHawks together. Point guards run the show in college Freshmen try to fill big shoes Tips for fans this season The Top 25 ... Top 10 Hoops 'Predictions' Michael Horton won't watch the tape. It's just too painful. Plus, he doesn't really need to watch the University of Cincinnati's loss to West Virginia in the second round of last season's NCAA Tournament. It's still pretty fresh in his mind. Go to the story.
Extractions: Men's Teams By State Connecticut Maine Massachussetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont New England Prep Women's Teams By State Connecticut Maine Massachussetts New Hampshire Rhode Island Vermont home forums events players ... new! Submitted by Tom Nolette on July 17, 2005 - 10:25am. Massachusetts Rick Brunson and Scoonie Penn are coming "home" to play in the third annual Witch City Basketball Tournament this weekend at the Salem High Fieldhouse.
Extractions: Except if a Big 10 team is playing UM, or a team a friend may play on, I almost always root for them. So i'm glad to see alot of Big 10 teams doing well in recruiting. Here are my thoughts on next years incoming classes in the Big 10, including Transfers and Prop 48. (Does not include UM, who I think right now has the 2nd best class in the Big 10). 1. ILLINOIS FIGHTING ILLINI - Marcus Griffin, 6-9, F/C, No. 1 Juco, #8 Brian Cook, 6-10, C/F; and Frankie Williams, 6-4, 1/2G, gives Illinois three Top 25 players coming out of High School. Griffin and Cook will likely both start right away. Williams also might start, but he will likely begin coming off the bench. Jerrance Howard gives the Illini a very capable backup PG. A very talentd class. Should help Lon Krugar get Illinois back to the upper half of the Big 10. And remember, the state of Illinois is loaded with talent in next years class. 2. MICHIGAN STATE SPARTANS - Mike Chappell, 6-8, SF, was a part time starter at Duke, a Top 25 player coming out of High School, and a very talented wing man. Could start right away at State. #81 Al Anagonye, 6-7, PF, gives State a tough post man to help ease the loss of Antonio Smith. #148 Adam Wolfe, 6-8, P/SF, should also help there. But his minutes, along with 6-9 C/F Jason Andreas will likely come down the road. The prize of this class however is #12 Jason Richardson. All summer people were saying he was just a great athlete. That he is. But Jason has developed a perimeter game to compliment his outstanding athletic ability. Should not only be one of the Big 10's top players, but in a couple years, one of the nations best. The state of Michigan could have two Top 10 teams in a few years. Like Illinois, the state of Michigan is also loaded with talent in the Junior class.
Extractions: COLUMN: Basketball lovers suffer uncontrollable urges to spout stats, give high-fives It starts with the twitching and shaking. It's that feeling that technology is your friend as you hug the TV and down one for the guy who came up with satellite television. It's the itch, the total obsession with free-throw percentage in the final two minutes of a game. It is March Madness. Many sports fans have become stricken with this disease. Its symptoms include nervous ticks developed from clicking the remote control too quickly and the urge for diaper dandies and super seniors alike to end every sentence with emphatic answers, baby! I know what you're thinking. "That's great and all. But how can I tell if I suffer from March Madness?" Well, the columnist is in, and I have devised a little test for all you out there suffering from college basketball fever. Think of it as March Madness (MM), Cosmo style. The first stage of MM is epitomized by behavior in public. When your TA asks you who the 15th president of the United States was, how do you answer? If you'd say James Buchanan, give yourself one point. If you feel the need to add, "He was awesome, baby! A real high riser!", give yourself three points. But if you follow that answer with: "Super, scintillating, sensational - he was the three-S man," and proceed to run around the classroom doling out high-fives, give yourself five points. The MM addict only cares about the euphoria of winning and isn't afraid to share it with others.
The Sports Network - Men's College Basketball NCAA Division I Men s basketball Awards *** From The Sports Network Player of the Ole Miss 2000 scoonie penn, Ohio State Mike Montgomery, Stanford 1999 http://www.sportsnetwork.com/default.asp?c=sportsnetwork&page=cbask/stat/ncaa-aw
The Sports Network - Men's College Basketball Men s College basketball Tom Coverdale Indiana 2001 Charlie Bell MichiganState 2000 Joseph Forte North Carolina 1999 scoonie penn Ohio State 1998 Wayne http://www.sportsnetwork.com/default.asp?c=sportsnetwork&page=cbask/stat/ncaa-au
Extractions: The polls have been calling Stanford the No. 1 college basketball team in America, but the chatter has suggested otherwise. Bob Huggins even says out loud that the University of Cincinnati is playing for the top seed in the NCAA Tournament, and no one seems to be arguing with him. Beyond UC's installation as the front runner, little else about the tournament picture is clear less than two weeks before Selection Sunday. Between coaches polls, writers polls and computerized duplications of the influential Ratings Percentage Index (RPI), 14 different teams are rated in someone's Top 10. Some of the discrepancies illustrate an incredible range of perception. By the RPI's reckoning, Stanford not only isn't the best team in the country it isn't even in the top five. Kentucky, rated 18th by the writers, is rated second by the RPI. Contrary to the polls, the RPI says Ohio State and Michigan State aren't Top 10 teams, but Texas and St. John's are.
Extractions: For SN Revealers, Fantastic Four picks are clear as mud (wrestling) Between parasailing, alligator wrestling, margarita sampling and shielding MSU players from the throngs of women outside their hotel, G-Mull and J-Rex are finding less and less time for basketball. MORE Stopping Brand will be tall order for Spartans Ohio State faces tough guard duo Sunday, March 21, 1999 MORE
Extractions: Ohio State Athlete of the Year Finalists Big Ten Directors of Athletics approved a recommendation of the sports information directors to establish a Big Ten Athlete of the Year named for Jesse Owens, Big Ten - Jesse Owens Athlete of the Year Award beginning in 1982. Indiana track performer Jim Spivey was the initial award winner. In 1983, the Directors of Athletics approved a separate athlete of the year award for women's athletics. In 1991-92, the women's award was renamed the Big Ten - Suzy Favor Athlete of the Year award as part of the celebration of the 10th anniversary of women's athletics in the Conference. Art Schlichter, football Chris Perry, golf Cathy Kratzert, golf
Extractions: Download Free Acrobat Reader Final Four Frenzy: With Illinois and Michigan State advancing to the 2005 Final Four, the Conference has accumulated the most Final Four appearances with 39 (ACC-38) and boasts the second-most national titles (10) in college basketball history. The only other conference to reach double-figures in national championships is the Pac-10 with 15 titles. Since the inception of the NCAA Tournament in 1939, the Big Ten has recorded the most appearances of any conference in the Big Dance with 172 (ACC, 156) and has the second-most NCAA Tournament victories with 279 (ACC, 308). Big Ten Leads Nation With Two Final Four Teams: The Big Ten has sent at least two teams to the national semifinals on four occasions since 1992, the highest total among all conferences. The Conference also sent a pair of squads in 1992 (Indiana, Michigan) before pulling off the feat in back-to-back years for the first time in Big Ten history in 1999 (Michigan State, Ohio State) and 2000 (MSU, Wisconsin). Since 1992, only three conferences have sent a pair of teams to the Final Four - the Big 12 in 2002 (Oklahoma, Kansas) and 2003 (Kansas, Texas), the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2001 (Duke, Maryland) and 2004 (Duke, Georgia Tech) and the Southeastern Conference in 1994 (Arkansas, Florida) and 1996 (Mississippi State, Kentucky).
The Daily Cougar--Sports News Duke is quite simply the greatest assemblage of basketball talent since the days of Two years ago Jim O Brien and scoonie penn helped lead the Boston http://www.stp.uh.edu/vol64/113/sports/sports-index.html
The Daily Cougar--Sports News College basketball invades the sunshine state this weekend as the greatest sportingevent Players to watch scoonie penn, Michael Redd and Ken Johnson. http://www.stp.uh.edu/vol64/117/sports/sports2.html
Extractions: Sharp-shooting Sean Connolly is another candidate to start at the off guard position. He shot 42 percent from 3-point range after he transferred from Providence College. Connolly has shot over 85 percent from the free throw line in his career, so look for him to get a lot of minutes at the end of close ball games.
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Extractions: Just like tourists from around the globe, Jazz Fest pilgrims, Mardi Gras devotees and NFL powers-that-be responsible for picking Super Bowl cities, the NCAA has a special fondness for New Orleans. With this year's men's Final Four competition, our city ties the record with Indianapolis as having the most Final Fours ? our fourth following previous years of 1983, 1987 and 1993. The city's culture, cuisine and sports infrastructure have much to entice the NCAA. For New Orleans, the event brings to town a college athletics' crown jewel, along with a wide variety of sporting and entertainment events. '[The Final Four] is a huge event,' says Ron Maestri, the executive director of NCAA events for the Greater New Orleans Sports Foundation. 'It has a tremendous economic impact; it brings a lot of people to the city. The hotels are booked, the restaurants are full and the airport is busy.
NOTRE DAME FIGHTING IRISH, The Official Athletic Site 199697 Men s basketball Statistics Record 16-14 BIG EAST All-TournamentTeam scoonie penn (Most Outstanding Player), Boston College Danya Abrams, http://und.collegesports.com/sports/m-baskbl/archive/nd-m-baskbl-9697review.html
Extractions: 1996-97 BIG EAST Conference Final Standings League Games All Games BIG EAST W L Pct. W L Pct. Villanova 12 6 .667 24 10 .706 Boston College 12 6 .667 22 9 .710 West Virginia 11 7 .611 21 10 .677 Notre Dame 8 10 .444 16 14 .533 St. John's 8 10 .444 13 14 .481 Connecticut 7 11 .389 18 15 .545 Georgetown 11 7 .611 20 10 .667 Providence 10 8 .556 24 12 .667 Pittsburgh 10 8 .556 18 15 .545 Syracuse 9 9 .500 19 13 .594 Miami 9 9 .500 16 13 .552 Rutgers 5 13 .278 11 16 .407 Seton Hall 5 13 .278 10 18 .357