Sunday, September 5, 2010

News and Notes: Saturday/Sunday Recap

Below, some news and notes for Sunday...
  • Louis Dale had 9 assists and 5 points in Gottingen's third exhibition game, a 96-53 win over Chemnitz, a Germany Pro A team.
  • The Daily Pennsylvanian reports that Penn sophomore, Malcolm Washington has been dropped from the Quakers' 2010-2011 roster. In addition to Washington's removal from the team, incoming freshman recruit, Chris Hatfield, has also been dropped from the official roster. The Quakers' roster, still the largest in the Ivy League, now stands at 20 active players. Washington, Hatfield and dual-sport recruit, Maalike Reynolds, may be playing with Penn's scout-team this season.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Speaking of rosters any news about the 2 potential walk ons Jamal Cherry and Nnamdi Okoye?

The Cornell Basketball Blog said...

No official word, but sure they will get a chance to earn roster spots. They weren't promised anything.

Anonymous said...

none are particularly impressive. We need Big Fruit and the Rubik's Master to develop FAST.

Coury and ARO can't hold down the post all season by themselves.

Anonymous said...

Anon 7:38 have you seen the team playing pick up this year or are you speaking from watching video on the blog?

Anonymous said...

ANON 7:38PM

Front court rotation looks to be Coury, Gatlin, Osgood, and Wire. It could be tough for the sophs, even if they are improved, to steal minutes from this bunch.

Anonymous said...

I believe Columbia has a bigger roster (21) than Penn.

Anonymous said...

Also, Dartmouth has 13 players currently listed on their roster, with an announced class of seven incoming players. That makes 20 for them as well.