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Lamar opens preseason basketball camp

BEAUMONT, Texas — The new look Lamar University men’s basketball team began making preparations for the 2021-22 season Tuesday with their first official practice at the Montagne Center.

Under the direction of first-year head coach, and Cardinal Hall of Honor member, Alvin Brooks, the Cardinals enter the season with more than just a new captain of the ship. In addition to the new coaching staff, LU’s roster also consists of 10 new faces, to go along with six letterwinners from last year’s squad that got hot late and advanced to the third round of the conference tournament championships.

“It was exciting to have my first official practice in the Montagne Center,” said Brooks. “It has been a long time since I’ve been able to do this here. We’ve had a really good offseason and preseason, so I actually felt more relaxed about what we needed to get done going into this first practice. Our guys are receptive and work really hard, so I felt like it was a very good first day. We need to continue to get one percent better every day.”

The returning letterwinners include guards Ellis Jefferson (6-0, 195, Sr.), Kasen Harrison (6-1, 190, So.), Davion Buster (5-10, 169, Sr.) and Ayaan Sohail (6-3, 182, Jr.), while the forwards are Lincoln Smith (6-5, 198, Sr.) and Corey Nickerson (6-7, 191, Jr.). Three of those are returning starters, but all six having started at some point during their careers.

Not included in that previous list are forwards Mason Senigaur (6-6, 201, Jr.) and Clayton Carpenter (6-9, 216, Fr.) both of whom transferred in last year but sat out the whole season.

Brooks hit the ground running from the moment he arrived in Beaumont looking to build the roster with several key additions. The newcomers to the squad include Brian Gordon (6-2, 170, Fr., G), Avontez Ledet (6-2, 165, Fr., G), Jordyn Adams (6-3, 200, Jr., G), Trey Harris (6-5, 180, Fr. G), Xavier Ball (6-6, 230, Jr., F), Valentin Catt (6-10, 220, So., C), Deiman Reyes (6-8, 225, Fr., F), C.J. Roberts (6-1, 190, Sr., G), Casey Brooks (5-9, 159, So., G) and Brock McClure (6-6, 195, Fr., G/F).

“We have the pieces and ability to give our fans a lot of excitement,” said Brooks. “Year one in a rebuild is not always great, but I’ve been a part of some programs where year one was good. I think we have the makings here to create a lot of excitement. In addition to the local players that everyone knows, I think we have some other guys our fans aren’t familiar with that will make an impact here.”

Of the newcomers who round out Big Red’s roster, five come from the prep ranks while the other half are transfers. Among the transfers, three – Adams (Austin Peay), Brooks (A&M-Kingsville) and Roberts (New Mexico State) – come from other four-year programs. The Cardinals roster also includes five Southeast Texans. 

Big Red tips off the 2021-22 regular season Tuesday, Nov. 9th against Wiley College in the Montagne Center. LU fans can catch an early glimpse of the Red and White Wednesday, Nov. 3 when they host St. Thomas in an exhibition.

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LAMAR REDDICKS, COMMISSIONER: As a Head Basketball Coach and Director of Athletics, Lamar Reddicks has eight years of Division I college coaching experience. Lamar spent 7 years as an Assistant at Harvard University and one season at Boston University. During his time there, he recruited and coached several players who went on to play professionally both overseas and in the NBA including Toronto Raptors guard Jeremy Lin. During his time as Head Coach at Milton Academy, he's developed and shaped talented players who have gone on to play college basketball at some of the top schools in the country. He stresses family, character and development and welcomes the teaching moments that come with this approach.

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MNU news

Today MidAmerica Nazarene University and Pioneer Athletics announced the retirement of Rocky Lamar as head coach of MNU men's basketball at the conclusion of the 2021-22 season. President David Spittal expressed gratitude for a beloved icon of the Pioneer community.

"I am deeply grateful for Rocky's years of dedicated service and his commitment to the Lord, his family, and the athletes who have played under his leadership and influence," Spittal said.

Lamar has served as head coach since 1986. He was a fierce competitor as an MNU student-athlete, and throughout 36 coaching seasons, has collected 788 wins. He was inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame in 2014 and is the active NAIA national leader in wins. 

“I will have more to say in the coming days,” said Lamar. “But for now, I just want to say that it has been one of the great joys of my life to serve at MidAmerica Nazarene. To me, it is the greatest institution in the world. There’s no better place to work. It’s never felt like a job. And I have loved my time here.”

In addition to coaching duties, Lamar also previously served MNU as director of athletics and adjunct faculty for physical education. 

Lamar has coached 36 NAIA All-America honorees. He has been named Conference Coach of the Year seven times (89-90, 91-92, 95-96, 99-00, 06-07, 11-12, and 15-16). He was named NAIA & KBCA Coach of the Year for the 2006-07 season, and KBCA Coach of the Year for the 2008-09 season. The Pioneers have won 13 conference championships and have been to the NAIA national tournament 19 times. They finished second in the NCCAA National Tournament in 1996-97 & 1997-98. MNU basketball reached the NAIA final four in 2001 (runner-up), 2006, 2007 (National Champions), 2008, 2009, 2014, and 2016.

Lamar's career can be summarized as an investment in young people. His energy, warmth, and excellent instruction created thousands of lifetime relationships. 

Director of Athletics Todd Garrett said Lamar's commitment to the “Pioneering Spirit” has permeated the MNU campus and will be lived out by the many basketball alumni and coworkers he has influenced.  

"Rocky's competitive drive and pursuit of championships will only be overshadowed by his desire for young men to develop a championship relationship with Christ," Garrett said.

In addition to his work at MNU, each summer Lamar holds the Rocky Lamar Fundamentally Driven Basketball Camp, where thousands of young people have learned the basics of basketball. Along the way, Lamar provides an example of his Christian faith to campers. His wife Dr. Jo Lamar has contributed much to the university and to the camp. 

"Jo has served as 'assistant coach' for these 36 years, and we are grateful for her talents and skills as 'mama' to hundreds of student-athletes off the court,” Garrett said.

Spittal says the MNU family congratulates Coach Lamar on his outstanding career and looks forward to celebrating his exemplary service early next year.

Read more about MNU athletics at mnusports.com.

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Basketball campers in Southington got to learn from the best as two-time NBA champion Lamar Odom paid them a visit. Odom stopped by the week-long camp hosted by Connecticut native Jerry DeGregorio, who coached Odom at the University of Rhode Island.

"He initiated,” said DeGregorio. “He wanted to do something, he really reached out and said, ‘coach, can I do this with you, can we do it together?’ I said, ‘of course.’”

DeGregorio said they planned the camp before the pandemic hit and initially thought they would have to cancel it, but were able to adjust within the state coronavirus guidelines.

“He played around with me a little bit because he didn't think I was going to make it, but I came through for him,” said Odom. “Why not just give back a little piece of my time to make a kid's day.”

Odom spent time Thursday teaching the triangle offense he became familiar with in Los Angeles with the Lakers.

The camp is also set to run next week. There are still spots available. For more information email jerrydbasketball@gmail.com.

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LAMAR REDDICKS, COMMISSIONER: As a Head Basketball Coach and Director of Athletics, Lamar Reddicks has eight years of Division I college coaching experience. Lamar spent 7 years as an Assistant at Harvard University and one season at Boston University. During his time there, he recruited and coached several players who went on to play professionally both overseas and in the NBA including Toronto Raptors guard Jeremy Lin. During his time as Head Coach at Milton Academy, he's developed and shaped talented players who have gone on to play college basketball at some of lamar basketball camp top schools in the country. He stresses family, character and development and welcomes the teaching moments that come with this approach.

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

MNU news

Today MidAmerica Nazarene University and Pioneer Athletics announced the retirement of Rocky Lamar as head coach of MNU men's basketball at the conclusion of the 2021-22 season. President David Spittal expressed gratitude for a beloved icon of the Pioneer community.

"I am deeply grateful for Rocky's years of dedicated service and his commitment to the Lord, his family, and the athletes who have played under his leadership and influence," Spittal said.

Lamar has served as head coach since 1986, lamar basketball camp. He was a fierce competitor as an MNU student-athlete, and throughout 36 coaching seasons, has collected 788 wins. He was inducted into the NAIA Hall of Fame in 2014 and is the active NAIA national leader in wins. 

“I will have more to say in the coming days,” said Lamar. “But for now, I just want to say that it has been one of the great joys of my life to serve at MidAmerica Nazarene. To me, it is the greatest institution in the world. There’s no better place to work. It’s never felt like a job. And I have loved my time here.”

In addition to coaching duties, Lamar also previously served MNU as director of athletics and adjunct faculty for physical education. 

Lamar has coached 36 NAIA All-America honorees. He has been named Conference Coach of the Year seven times (89-90, 91-92, 95-96, 99-00, 06-07, 11-12, and 15-16). He was named NAIA & KBCA Coach of the Year for the 2006-07 season, and KBCA Coach of the Year for the 2008-09 season. The Pioneers have won 13 conference championships and have been to the NAIA national tournament 19 times. They finished second in the NCCAA National Tournament in 1996-97 & 1997-98. MNU basketball reached the NAIA final four in 2001 (runner-up), 2006, 2007 (National Champions), 2008, 2009, 2014, and 2016.

Lamar's career can be summarized as an investment in young people. His energy, warmth, and excellent instruction created thousands of lifetime relationships. 

Director of Athletics Todd Garrett said Lamar's commitment to the “Pioneering Spirit” has permeated the MNU campus and will be lived out by the many basketball alumni and coworkers he has influenced.  

"Rocky's competitive drive and pursuit of championships will only be overshadowed by his desire for lamar basketball camp men to develop a championship relationship with Christ," Garrett said.

In addition to his work at MNU, each summer Lamar holds the Rocky Lamar Fundamentally Driven Basketball Camp, where thousands of young people have learned the basics of basketball, lamar basketball camp. Along the way, Lamar provides an example of his Christian faith to campers. His wife Dr. Jo Lamar has contributed much to the university and to the camp. 

"Jo has served as 'assistant coach' for these 36 years, and we are grateful for her talents and skills as 'mama' to hundreds of student-athletes off the court,” Garrett said.

Spittal lamar basketball camp the MNU family congratulates Coach Lamar on his outstanding career and looks forward to celebrating his exemplary service early next year.

Read more about MNU athletics at mnusports.com.

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Lamar opens preseason basketball camp

BEAUMONT, Texas — The new look Lamar University men’s basketball lamar basketball camp began making preparations for the 2021-22 season Tuesday with their first official practice at the Montagne Center.

Under the direction of first-year head coach, and Cardinal Hall of Honor member, Alvin Brooks, the Cardinals enter the season with more than just a new captain of the ship. In addition to the new coaching staff, LU’s roster also consists of 10 new faces, to go along with six letterwinners from last year’s squad that got hot late and advanced to the third round of the conference tournament championships.

“It was exciting to have my first official practice in the Montagne Center,” said Brooks. “It has been a long time since I’ve been able to do this here. We’ve had a really good offseason and preseason, so I actually felt more relaxed about what we needed to get done going into this first practice. Our guys are receptive and work really hard, so I felt like it was a very bargara bowls club first day. We need to continue to get one percent better every day.”

The returning letterwinners include guards Ellis Jefferson (6-0, 195, Lamar basketball camp, Kasen Harrison (6-1, lamar basketball camp, 190, So.), Davion Buster (5-10, 169, Sr.) and Ayaan Sohail (6-3, 182, Jr.), while the forwards are Lincoln Smith (6-5, 198, Sr.) and Corey Nickerson (6-7, 191, Jr.). Three of those are returning starters, but all lamar basketball camp having started at some point during their careers.

Not included in that previous list are forwards The loft pilates Senigaur (6-6, 201, Jr.) and Clayton Carpenter (6-9, 216, Fr.) both of whom transferred in last year but sat out the whole season.

Brooks hit the ground running from the moment he arrived in Beaumont looking to build the roster with several key additions. The newcomers to the squad include Brian Gordon (6-2, 170, Fr., G), lamar basketball camp, Avontez Ledet (6-2, 165, Fr., lamar basketball camp, G), Jordyn Adams (6-3, 200, Jr., Lamar basketball camp, Trey Harris (6-5, 180, Fr. G), Xavier Ball (6-6, 230, Jr., F), Valentin Catt (6-10, 220, So., C), Deiman Reyes (6-8, 225, Fr., F), C.J. Roberts (6-1, 190, Sr., G), Casey Brooks (5-9, lamar basketball camp, 159, So., G) and Brock McClure (6-6, 195, Fr., G/F).

“We have the pieces and ability to give our fans a lot of excitement,” said Brooks. “Year one in a rebuild is not always great, but I’ve been a part of some programs where year one was good. I think we have the makings here to create a lot of excitement. In addition to the local players that everyone knows, I think we have some other guys our fans aren’t familiar with that will make an impact here.”

Of the newcomers who round out Big Red’s roster, five come from the prep ranks while the other half are transfers. Among the transfers, three – Adams (Austin Peay), Brooks (A&M-Kingsville) and Roberts (New Mexico State) – come from other four-year programs. The Cardinals roster also includes five Southeast Lamar basketball camp Red tips off the 2021-22 regular season Tuesday, Nov. 9th against Wiley College in the Montagne Center. LU fans can catch an early glimpse of the Red and White Wednesday, Nov. 3 when they host St. Thomas in an exhibition.

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

Basketball campers in Southington got to learn from the best as two-time NBA champion Lamar Odom paid them a visit. Odom stopped by the week-long camp hosted by Connecticut native Jerry DeGregorio, who coached Odom at the University of Rhode Island.

"He initiated,” said DeGregorio. “He lamar basketball camp to do something, he really reached out and said, ‘coach, can I do this with you, can we do it together?’ I said, ‘of course.’”

DeGregorio said they planned the camp before the pandemic hit and initially thought they would have to cancel it, but were able to adjust within the state coronavirus guidelines.

“He played around with me a little bit because he didn't think I was going to make it, but I came through for him,” said Odom. “Why not just give back a little piece of my time to make a lebron sports hernia day.”

Odom spent time Thursday teaching the triangle offense he became familiar with in Los Angeles with the Lakers.

The camp is also set to run next week. There are still spots available. For more information email jerrydbasketball@gmail.com.

Источник: [https://torrent-igruha.org/3551-portal.html]

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