PENN, JAMES Name penn, JAMES. Number 4. Height 178. Nationality USA Played highschoolbasketball at Salem HS played college basketball at Boston College http://www.euroleague.net/plantillas/jugador.jsp?id=BXD
Hoop Hall News Page OHIO STATE S scoonie penn WINS PRESTIGIOUS FRANCES POMEROY NAISMITH AWARD.SPRINGFIELD, Mass., May 1, 2000 at 1 pm EDTscoonie penn, a 5foot-10 guard from http://www.hoophall.com/news/penn_naismith050100.htm
Extractions: Penn, who was named the 1999 Big Ten Player of the Year, played two seasons at Ohio State after transferring from Boston College after the 1996-97 season. In just two seasons at OSU, Penn made a significant dent in the record books, finishing his career first all-time in three-point field goals made (153) and attempted (437) and 33rd in scoring (1,076 points). Penn is the 38th Ohio State player to reach the 1,000 point plateau, but only the second to reach that plateau in just two seasons. As a junior, Penn was named the Big Ten Player of the Year and was a First Team All-Big Ten selection. He led OSU to the NCAA Final Four and was named Most Outstanding Playaer of the NCAA South Region. He was named Third Team All-America by the Associated Press. He led OSU in assists (154), steals (70), three-point field goals (88) and minutes played (1,247). A native of Salem, Massachusetts, Penn began his collegiate career at Boston College. As a freshman, he was the 1996 BIG EAST Conference and the ECAC Rookie of the Year following a 13.2 ppg, 3.5 assists and 3.4 rebound per game season. As a sophomore he led Boston College to the BIG EAST Tournament championship and was named MVP.
NCAA Men's Basketball Coverage From Reflector NCAA Division I Men s basketball Awards *** Detroit Rod Barnes, Ole Miss 2000Scoonie penn, Ohio State Mike Montgomery, Stanford 1999 Shawnta Rogers, http://www.reflector.com/sports/content/shared/sports/ncaa/mbasketball/awards.ht
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The Michigan Daily Online penn averaged 13.2 points, 3.5 assists and 3.4 rebounds per game in his one seasonwith Boston College. Everybody will benefit from scoonie, O Brien said. http://www.pub.umich.edu/daily/1998/nov/11-12-98/sports/sports7.html
Extractions: What do you get when you cross one of the biggest names in college athletics with a brand-spanking new arena? Ohio State is about to find out. When the Buckeyes take the court against Oakland tomorrow night, it'll be at the Value City Arena, a part of the $106.5 million Jerome Schottenstein Center. The center, which seats 19,500 fans for basketball games, is complete with one toilet for every 47 spectators, 5,652 light fixtures and 12 miles of refrigerated piping (the arena is also used for hockey). Cement trucks poured 3,888 full loads of cement during construction, and there are 52 luxury suites that can be reserved for a mere $45,000 a year. "In my mind, I can't imagine a nicer on-campus facility in the country," Ohio State coach Jim O'Brien said. "I'm ecstatic to be playing in the new center." And, even though the Buckeyes haven't played a game in the Schottenstein Center yet, it's already paying dividends. "All three (of our new recruits) committed after unofficial visits, and I'm sure the building had something to do with that," O'Brien said. But the Schottenstein Center likely won't see a winner just yet. The Buckeyes finished dead last in the Big Ten last year, with a 1-15 record, and 8-22 overall.
Extractions: Former Buckeye athletes graduate spring quarter Each year, several Ohio State University student athletes make the decision to turn professional leaving college before completing their degree. This year, two former Ohio State student athletes, Eddie George and Scoonie Penn, are returning to campus to be recognized for one of their greatest achievements as Buckeyes. George will receive his bachelor of science in landscape architecture and Penn his bachelors of science in sociology during the universitys 356th commencement, Friday (6/8) at 9:30 a.m. on the Oval. They are two of 98 former and current athletes who will receive their degrees at the ceremony. Penn and many other graduating student athletes will gather for a pre-commencement breakfast sponsored by the Department of Athletics from 7:15 to 8:45 a.m. on Friday (6/8) at the Younkin Success Center, 1640 Neil Ave. George and Penn are not the first Ohio State athletes to return to complete a degree. Former Buckeye and NBA Basketball player Clark Kellogg returned to Ohio State part time in 1983 and earned his bachelors degree in business management in 1996. Clark will be presented with the universitys Distinguished Service Award at the spring ceremony. Other notable student athletes who have returned to finish their degrees include football players Tim Spencer, Joey Galloway, Greg Bellisari and Buster Tillman.
Extractions: Baseball Basketball Cross Country Fencing ... Wireless setNav("mainleft",["F3D380","F3D380"],["000066","F3D380"]); Jan. 11, 1997 NOTRE DAME, Ind. - Antonio Granger scored 21 points and James "Scoonie" Penn added 20 as 23rd-ranked Boston College continued its best Big East Conference start ever with a 73-61 victory over Notre Dame. The Eagles (10-2) raced to a 48-29 halftime lead and cruised home as they improved to 5-1 in the Big East. They had never won more than four of their first six league games. Pat Garrity scored 18 points and Gary Bell added 11 for Notre Dame (7-6, 1-4 Big East), which has lost three straight games. The Fighting Irish are 5-7 all-time against BC. Boston College (10-2,5-1) Notre Dame (7-6,1-4) OFFICIALS: Ted Valentine, Bob Donato, Ed Corbett TECHNICAL FOULS: Boston College - Thomas, Bevan(1) Notre Dame - none ATTENDANCE: 8779 SCORE BY PERIODS: 1st 2nd TOTAL Boston College 48 25 73 Notre Dame 29 32 61
Extractions: More Classifieds... Merchandise Rummage Sales Tickets Contests Personals Place ads online More... Subscriber Services... Get the Journal Sentinel Manage your account - Vacation holds - Make Payments Get Packer Plus Place classified ads Photo reprints PressCard discounts Celebrations Front pages online News Business Sports Entertainment ... Careers Brian Brown (13) has his pass picked off by UW's Duany Duany in the first half. But the University of Wisconsin lost at home for the first time this season because of Ohio State's man in the middle. Without Ken Johnson, the Buckeyes wouldn't have escaped the Kohl Center with a 53-51 victory Thursday night. The 6-foot-11 senior, who entered the game averaging 7.5 points and 5.7 rebounds per game, finished with 13 points and 14 rebounds. More important, he finished with six blocked shots and misdirected countless other shots.