Last week we gave you an update to our former players currently playing out in America in the US College system, this week we have a couple of Tournament updates for you.Aaron Menzies (Sophomore) at Seattle University (NCAA Division 1) WAC Championship Quarter Final Lost 53 - 65 to Utah Valley on 9th March, Aaron DNP (injured)Pharroh Gordon (Sophomore) at College of Saint Rose (NCAA Division 2) College of Saint Rose made the NCAA Division TournamentFirst Round Won 94 - 58 vs Bloomfield, Pharroh played 4 minutes, 3 points and 3 rebounds.Second Round Won 67 - 47 vs Southern Connecticut State, Pharroh played 11 minutes, 3 points, 3 rebounds and 3 assists.Third Round Lost 66 - 69 vs Saint Thomas Aquinas, Pharroh DNP.Kingsley Nwagboso (Sophomore) at Connors States (NJCAA Division 1) Connors States Won NJCAA Division 1 Region 2 Championship to advance to the National Tournament.Quarter Finals Won 87 - 85 vs RedlandsSemi Finals Won 74 - 72 vs Seminole State (OK)Final Won 69 - 64 vs Northern Oklahoma Tonkawa(no stats available at time of posting)NJCAA Division 1 National Championships First Round on Monday 20th March 11am vs Spartanburg (data accurate on 15/03/2017)
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