Sunday, March 13, 2011

News and Notes: Sunday/Weekend Recap Edition


Above, ESPNU's team specific logo for Cornell Athletics, the snarling Big Red Bear, "Touchdown." Below, Errick Peck was good enough to show off via Twitter his 2010 Sweet Sixteen and Ivy League Championship ring. The rings recently arrived (they usually take a few months upon ordering). Cornell's classes of 2010 and 2011 certainly have the "bling bling" with three of those babies. Below, some news and notes for Sunday and a weekend wrap-up.



Above, photos from action this week in professional basketball involving Cornell alums, Ryan Wittman (NBA D League), Jeff Foote (Spain) and Louis Dale (Germany). Further down below, our weekly alumni updates.
  • MySanAntonio.com advocates and Ivy Tournament and writes, "Consider that Yale, which finished third, was out of the Ivy race by Feb. 19 (fourth loss). Penn and Columbia were out of the race by Feb. 12. Cornell and Brown were out of the race by Jan 29. Is that supposed to generate league-wide excitement?
  • NESN writes, "Cornell's Sweet 16 run in last season's NCAA Tournament may have felt like quite the anomaly, but while the recent history of Ivy League March Madness may look like a string of first-round blowouts in the 2-15 game, that absolutely wasn't always the case. Sure, Ivy hoops doesn't have the storied history of Ivy League football, which features Heisman Trophies, massive win totals, and a true era of dominance, but back in the day, the Ivy Leaguers were far more than just 'happy to be there' in March -- and 'back in the day' really isn't that long ago. Before Steve Donahue's Cornell squad last year, you'd have to go back to 1998 to find the last time one of the ancient eight won a tournament game."
  • NESN writes of Princeton's Ivy bid clinching playoff win, "Harvard would've been a better bet to reprise Cornell's Cinderella run of 2010 -- though the Crimson could still possibly be granted an at-large chance. What factors generally lead to Cinderella success? Teams that generate a ton of steals, limit turnovers, drain 3-pointers, rebound, and have a high positive point differential tend to be your best bet -- think about a team like St. Mary's from last year, featuring a post presence in Omar Samhan, a bunch of distance shooters and pesky defense. In those metrics, the Tigers go just 1-for-5 -- they can rebound. Their scoring differential? 5.7 to Harvard's 7.2. Their number of steals -- 5.9 to Harvard's 6.0, neither of which would bode well. Turnovers? That's yet another stat where both are pretty average, 12.2 and 13.1 respectively for the Tigers and Crimson. Three-point shooting? Harvard shoots 37.9 percent, while Princeton goes 37.4 percent -- both pretty good, but by comparison, Cornell shot 43.3 percent last season on the way to the Sweet 16."
  • AroundTheCorn writes, "Princeton is making their first return to the NCAA tournament since 2004. The Tigers haven’t been out of any game this year, except against Duke back in early November. However, they don’t shoot the ball great from behind the arc like Cornell did last season."
  • New Jersey Hoops Haven writes, "With an RPI of 41, Princeton is worthy of a No. 12 seed. Cornell’s showing in last year’s Dance should help the Tigers’ cause."
  • The Sports Prof writes, "It's not that Princeton and Penn don't get their love from the national writers, it's just that over the past couple of years they've been eclipsed, first by many outstanding Cornell teams and more recently by Harvard."
Galal Cancer, future Cornell point guard has averaged 27.5 points per game in his last two state playoff games.
  • The Meridian Star recaps the state championship season for Devin Cherry (Meridian HS), Meridian MS, 6-3, and the family bond he and his teammates shared. The Star writes, of Meridian's stars, "[Rodney] Hood, headed to Mississippi State, and Cherry, headed to Cornell (yes, the Ivy League school that made a run in the NCAA tournament two years ago) were as unselfish as most role players. Both passed up open looks when necessary. Both hit key shots in key moments. Both hustled for loose balls and played defense. Neither played selfish basketball. This team was as gritty as they were disciplined, as aggressive as they were patient, and as superior as they were humble. In short, they were a pleasure to watch." The Troy Record recaps another brilliant playoff performance by incoming Cornell recruit, Galal Cancer (Christian Brothers Academy) Albany, NY, 6-2, G. as does Syracuse.com. Syracuse.com writes, "Galal Cancer was a thorn in the side of the Black Knights (18-4) all afternoon as he piled up a game high 25 points." The Troy Record writes:
SYRACUSE — The combination of Galal Cancer, smothering defense, and excellent three-point shooting were too much for the Henninger Black Knights to overcome on Saturday as Christian Brothers Academy won its second straight Class AA Regional Championship, 69-37.

Cancer led all scorers with 25 points as he put on a show for the fans packed inside the Cicero-North Syracuse gymnasium.

"Even my teammates were a little bit surprised," said Cancer. "But I've been confident in my shot all year and I had the opportunity and I took it."

While Cancer's performance may have been a surprise to his teammates, coach Dave Doemel thoroughly understands what a special player his senior leader is.

"Galal is special and he is probably the most focused individual I've ever met,"said Doemel. "He's fun to be around because he doesn't make a big show of it, and he just plays. We read a piece by Jay Bilas on toughness, and I think that everyone of the things that Bilas talks about in his article Galal kind of retains and captures while playing that kind of game."
  • Cornell RPI Watch: The RPI (Rating Percentage Index) is a measure of strength of schedule and how a team does against that schedule. It does not consider the margin of victory, but only whether or not a team won and where the game was played (home/away/neutral court). The formula is 25% team winning percentage (WP), 50% opponents' average winning percentage (OWP), and 25% opponents' opponents' average winning percentage (OOWP). (See: CollegeRPI.com for a further explanation of the formula.) The RPI may be the most influential factor in NCAA Tournament seeding. Cornell's RPI rank as of March 13 is No. 210 out of 347 total Division I teams. While neither the Ken Pomeroy or Jeff Sagarin rankings are used by the NCAA Tournament Selection Committee, the KenPom.com site ranks Cornell No. 190 in the nation, while the USA Today Sagarin rankings have Cornell at No. 206. Both sites are predominantly used by fans and the media.
  • Game Recaps-Below are links to our game recaps from each of Cornell's games this season. Associated press recaps courtesy of Rivals.com/YahooSports.com are always available by clicking on Cornell's schedule/results on the right column of this blog.
  1. at Albany W 65-61 (video recaps)
  2. at Seton Hall L 68-92
  3. vs. Delaware W 75-61 (video recap)
  4. vs. St. Bonaventure L 54-56
  5. at Lehigh L 57-60
  6. at Boston University L 61-66
  7. at Syracuse L 58-78
  8. at Minnesota L 66-71 (video recap)
  9. at Binghamton L 68-69
  10. vs. Bucknell L 64-75
  11. vs. New Hampshire (@ VCU) L 66-68
  12. vs. Wofford (@VCU) W 86-80
  13. vs. Buffalo L 66-78
  14. vs. Stony Brook W 60-52
  15. at Columbia L 75-79 (video clip)
  16. Columbia L 66-70
  17. at Dartmouth L 57-64
  18. at Harvard L 57-78 (video recap)
  19. at Yale L 70-71
  20. at Brown W 91-79 (video recap)
  21. vs. Penn W 82-71 (video recap)
  22. vs. Princeton L 55-57 (video recap)
  23. vs. Harvard L 60-73 (video recap)
  24. vs. Dartmouth W 96-76 (video recap)
  25. at Princeton L 66-84
  26. at Penn W 74-72 (video clip)
  27. vs. Brown W 75-66 (video clip)
  28. vs. Yale W 68-55 (video clip)
IVY LEAGUE COMPOSITE SCHEDULE

Friday, November 12
Columbia 71 La Salle 82 Box Score - Recap
Rutgers 73 Princeton 78 OT Box Score - Recap
Cornell 65 Albany 61 Box Score - Recap
Brown 69 Fordham 65 Box Score - Recap

Saturday, November 13
Harvard 53 George Mason 66 Box Score - Recap
Davidson 64 Penn 69 Box Score - Recap
Dartmouth 52 Providence 87 Box Score - Recap
Yale 75 Quinnipiac 84 Box Score - Recap

Sunday, November 14
Cornell 68 Seton Hall 92 Noon [SNY/ESPN3/ESPN Full Court] Box Score - Recap
Princeton 60 Duke 97 [ESPNU] Box Score - Recap

Monday, November 15
Maryland-Eastern Shore 74 Columbia 108 Box Score - Recap
Yale 55 Providence 58 Box Score - Recap

Tuesday, November 16
Brown 67 Rhode Island 92 Box Score - Recap
New Hampshire 55 Dartmouth 53 Box Score - Recap

Wednesday, November 17
Delaware 61 Cornell 75 Box Score - Recap
Holy Cross 49 Harvard 72 Box Score - Recap
Penn 54 Manhattan 59 Box Score - Recap
Columbia 66 St. John’s 79 Box Score - Recap

Thursday, November 18
Yale 75 Boston College 67 Box Score - Recap

Friday, November 19
St. Bonaventure 56 Cornell 54 Box Score - Recap
Dartmouth 71 Hartford 57 Box Score - Recap

Saturday, November 20
Harvard 75 Mercer 69 Box Score - Recap
Sacred Heart 67 Brown 81 Box Score - Recap
Columbia 76 Longwood 95 Box Score - Recap
Drexel 77 Penn 56 Box Score - Recap

Sunday, November 21
Dartmouth 59 Loyola (Md.) 73 Box Score - Recap

Monday, November 22
Cornell 57 Lehigh 60 Box Score - Recap
Princeton 64 James Madison 65 Box Score - Recap

Tuesday, November 23
Bucknell 55 Princeton 66 [at JMU] Box Score - Recap
Colgate 63 Columbia 76 Box Score - Recap
Quinnipiac 69 Dartmouth 52 Box Score - Recap
Lafayette 65 Penn 74 Box Score - Recap
Yale 47 Illinois 73 [ESPNU] Box Score - Recap

Wednesday, November 24
St. Francis (N.Y.) 63 Brown 67 Box Score - Recap
Harvard 69 Bryant 66 Box Score - Recap
Presbyterian 69 Princeton 67 [at JMU] Box Score - Recap

Saturday, November 27
Brown 66 New Hampshire 70 Box Score - Recap
Army 79 Yale 87 Box Score - Recap
Colgate 63 Dartmouth 80 Box Score - Recap
Cornell 61 Boston University 66 Box Score - Recap
Penn 58 Pittsburgh 82 [ESPN3.com] Box Score - Recap

Sunday, November 28
Colorado 66 Harvard 82 Box Score - Recap
Columbia 64 American 62 Box Score - Recap
Siena 77 Princeton 86 Box Score - Recap

Tuesday, November 30
Cornell 58 Syracuse 78 [ESPN3.com/Big East Sports Network] Box Score - Recap
Maryland-Baltimore County 59 Penn 71 Box Score - Recap
Princeton 82 Lafayette 64 [Lafayette Sports Network] Box Score - Recap
Hartford 76 Yale 81 Box Score - Recap

Wednesday, December 1
Columbia 68 Bucknell 73 Box Score - Recap
Dartmouth 53 Vermont 80 Box Score - Recap
Fordham 57 Harvard 80 Box Score - Recap

Thursday, December 2
Brown 46 Hartford 58 [Connecticut Sports Network] Box Score - Recap

Saturday, December 4
Army 52 vs. Penn, 68 Box Score - Recap
Harvard 62 Michigan 65 [Big Ten Network] Box Score - Recap
Yale 78 Vermont 82 Box Score - Recap
Brown 62 Maine 54 Box Score - Recap
Stony Brook 72 Columbia 73 Box Score - Recap
Cornell 66 Minnesota 71 [Big Ten Network] Box Score - Recap

Sunday, December 5
Saint Joseph’s 65 Princeton 74 Box Score - Recap

Monday, December 6
Brown 64 Providence 91 Box Score - Recap
Albany 53 Yale 74 Box Score - Recap

Tuesday, December 7
WPI 54 Harvard 69 Box Score - Recap
Wagner 71 Columbia 77 Box Score - Recap

Wednesday, December 8
Princeton 64 Monmouth 61 Box Score - Recap
Yale 75 Bryant 53 Box Score - Recap
Villanova 65 Penn 53 [The Comcast Network] Box Score - Recap

Saturday, December 11
Boston University 71 Harvard 87 Box Score - Recap
Bryant 72 Columbia 76 Box Score - Recap
Army 68 Dartmouth 71 Box Score - Recap

Sunday, December 12
Princeton 82 Tulsa 78 (2 OT) Box Score - Recap

Tuesday, December 14
Dartmouth 61 St. Francis (N.Y.) 69 Box Score - Recap

Friday, December 17
Princeton 69 Wagner 57 Box Score - Recap

Saturday, December 18
Cornell 68 Binghamton 69 Box Score - Recap

Sunday, December 19
Dartmouth 42 Iowa State 71 Box Score - Recap
Sacred Heart 71 Yale 62 Box Score - Recap

Monday, December 20
Bucknell 75 Cornell 64 Box Score - Recap

Tuesday, December 21
Army 88 Brown 86 Box Score - Recap
Dartmouth 67 Drake 59 Box Score - Recap

Wednesday, December 22
Princeton 75 Towson 65 Box Score - Recap
Harvard 52 Connecticut 81 [SNY] Box Score - Recap
Penn 78 Delaware 68 Box Score - Recap

Tuesday, December 28
Yale 44 Stanford 60 [Comcast SportsNet Bay Area] Box Score - Recap

Wednesday, December 29
New Hampshire 68 Cornell 66 [at VCU] Box Score - Recap
Monmouth 69 Harvard 74 Box Score - Recap
Brown 51 Central Connecticut State 67 Box Score - Recap
Penn 57 Marist 66 Box Score - Recap
Princeton 65 Northeastern 63 [at UCF] Box Score - Recap

Thursday, December 30
Cornell 86 Wofford 80 [at VCU] Box Score - Recap
Princeton vs. Furman/Central Florida, 5/7:30 pm [at UCF]
Columbia 74 Maine 71 Box Score - Recap
Dartmouth 57 Bucknell 74 Box Score - Recap

Friday, December 31
Bryant 71 Brown 84 Box Score - Recap
Lehigh 62 Yale 57 Box Score - Recap
MIT 58 Harvard 84 Box Score - Recap

Sunday, January 2
Elon 70 Columbia 69 Box Score - Recap

Monday, January 3
Buffalo 78 Cornell 66 Box Score - Recap
Dartmouth 47 Army 67 Box Score - Recap
Penn 62 Kentucky 86 [ESPNU] Box Score - Recap
Brown 67 American 77 Box Score - Recap

Wednesday, January 5
Columbia 76 Lafayette 73 Box Score - Recap
Harvard 78 Boston College 69 Box Score - Recap
Marist 57 Princeton 68 Box Score - Recap
Yale 77 Holy Cross 76 OT Box Score - Recap

Saturday, January 8
Stony Brook 52 Cornell 60 Box Score - Recap
Baruch 57 Yale 85 Box Score - Recap
*Harvard 68 Dartmouth 53 Box Score - Recap
Lyndon State 55 Brown 88 Box Score - Recap
Union (N.Y.) 59 Columbia 64 Box Score - Recap

Wednesday, January 12
Penn 83 La Salle 89 OT [The Comcast Network] Box Score - Recap

Saturday, January 15
*Yale 69 Brown 64 Box Score - Recap
Harvard 67 George Washington 62 Box Score - Recap
*Cornell 75 Columbia 79 Box Score - Recap

Monday, January 17
Quinnipiac 78 Brown 87 Box Score - Recap
Dartmouth 64 Colgate 67 Box Score - Recap

Wednesday, January 19
Penn 56 Temple 73 Box Score - Recap

Saturday, January 22
*Brown 51 Yale 59 Box Score - Recap
*Dartmouth 50 Harvard 59 Box Score - Recap
*Columbia 70 Cornell 66 [Time Warner] Box Score - Recap
Saint Joseph’s 61 Penn 73 [The Comcast Network] Box Score - Recap

Sunday, January 23
College of New Jersey 40 Princeton 73 Box Score - Recap

Friday, January 28
*Brown 60 Princeton 78 [Verizon FiOS 1] Box Score - Recap
*Cornell 57 Dartmouth 64 Box Score - Recap
*Columbia 66 Harvard 77 Box Score - Recap
*Yale 58 Penn 66 [The Comcast Network] [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap

Saturday, January 29
*Cornell 57 Harvard 78 Box Score - Recap
*Yale 63 Princeton 67 Box Score - Recap
*Brown 78 Penn 80 OT Box Score - Recap
*Columbia 66 Dartmouth 45 [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap

Friday, February 4
*Dartmouth 47 Penn 78 Box Score - Recap
*Harvard 61 Princeton 65[ESPNU] [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap
*Columbia 79 Brown 87 Box Score - Recap
*Cornell 70 Yale 71 Box Score - Recap

Saturday, February 5
*Dartmouth 53 Princeton 68 Box Score - Recap
*Cornell 91 Brown 79 [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap
*Columbia 67 Yale 72 Box Score - Recap
*Harvard 83 Penn 82 (2OT) Box Score - Recap

Tuesday, February 8
*Penn 59 Princeton 62 OT [Verizon FiOS 1] Box Score - Recap

Friday, February 11
*Brown 75 Dartmouth 66 Box Score - Recap
*Princeton 76 Columbia 46 [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap
*Penn 71 Cornell 82 OT Box Score - Recap
*Yale 75 Harvard 78 Box Score - Recap

Saturday, February 12
*Brown 78 Harvard 85 Box Score - Recap
*Penn 62 Columbia 75 Box Score - Recap
*Princeton 57 Cornell 55 Box Score - Recap
*Yale 69 Dartmouth 60 [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap

Friday, February 18
*Penn 70 Brown 62 [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap
*Dartmouth 60 Columbia 67 Box Score - Recap
*Harvard 73 Cornell 60 Box Score - Recap
*Princeton 58 Yale 51 [YES] Box Score - Recap

Saturday, February 19
*Princeton 65 Brown 75 Box Score - Recap
*Harvard 61 Columbia 42 [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap
*Dartmouth 76 Cornell 96 Box Score - Recap
*Penn 60 Yale 58 Box Score - Recap

Friday, February 25
*Harvard 68 Brown 74 [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap
*Columbia 54 Penn 64 [The Comcast Network] Box Score - Recap
*Cornell 66Princeton 84 [Verizon FiOS 1] Box Score - Recap
*Dartmouth 75 Yale 79 OT Box Score - Recap

Saturday, February 26
*Dartmouth 76 Brown 100 Box Score - Recap
*Columbia 61 Princeton 66 Box Score - Recap
*Harvard 69 Yale 70 Box Score - Recap
*Cornell 74 Penn 72 [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap

Friday, March 4
*Penn 64 Harvard 79 Box Score - Recap
*Princeton 77 Dartmouth 55 [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap
*Brown 66 Cornell 75 Box Score - Recap
*Yale 87 Columbia 81 (2 OT) Box Score - Recap

Saturday, March 5
*Penn 7o Dartmouth 58 Box Score - Recap
*Princeton 67 Harvard 79 [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap
*Yale 55 Cornell 68 Box Score - Recap
*Brown 74 Columbia 91 Box Score - Recap

Tuesday, March 8
*Princeton 70 Penn 58 [ESPN3] [SIRIUS] Box Score - Recap

Saturday, March 12
*Princeton 63 Harvard 62 (Ivy League Automatic Bid Playoff) Box Score - Recap





  • Throughout the season we will provide periodic updates on Cornell's eight (8) overseas alumni playing professionally. Below, some updates:
-John McCord ('97) (SIG Strasbourg, Pro A France)-On March 12, McCord grabbed 16 rebounds along with 13 points in a win over Hyeres-Toulon. Through March 13, the 6'6" forward and long time veteran of the European leagues is averaging 10.7 points and 6.3 rebounds per game. Strasbourg sits at 9-12 and in 11th place in the 16 team league. During his roughly fifteen year pro career, McCord, a former 1st Team All Ivy League selection, has played in France's pro leagues and in England.

-Jeff Aubry ('99) (Halcones, LNBP Mexico/Puerto Rico Basketball League, Arecibo Capitanes)-Through March 13, Aubry, who splits his time in both Mexican and Puerto Rican professional leagues is averaging 5.9 points and 7.1 rebounds with Mexico's Halcones (25-11, 4th place out of 18 teams) and 5.2 points and 6.3 rebounds per game for Puerto Rico's Arecibo (22-7, 2nd place out of 10 teams). Aubry played several seasons in the NBA D League in the early part of his career with the Fayetteville Patriots and Florida Flame. During his more than a decade of pro experience, Aubry has also played professionally in the ABA and abroad in Poland, Argentina, Uruguay and Peru.

-Cody Toppert ('05) (Forli, LegaDue Italy)-Through March 13, Toppert, a 6'4" shooting guard is averaging 9.9 points and 2.3 rebounds per game for Forli. Forli is 5-17 and in 16th place out of 16 teams. Toppert previously played this season with the Plymouth Raiders of the British Basketball League before moving to Italy. Like Aubry, Toppert is a veteran of the NBA D League, a former Albuquerque Thunderbird. During his pro career, Toppert has also played in the CBA as well as in Germany, Portugal, and New Zealand.

-Jason Hartford ('08) (Ginasio, LPD Portugal)-Through March 13, the 6'9" Hartford is averaging 14.7 points and 6.4 rebounds per game. Ginasio is 7-11 and in 9th place in the 12 team league. During his career, Hartford has played professionally in Finland and Africa (Mozambique).

-Louis Dale ('10) (Gottingen, Bundesliga Germany)-On March 12, Dale scored 15 points, grabbed 2 rebounds and dished 1 assist in an 88-82 defeat to Deutsche Bank Skyliners. In Dale's previous game on March 5 he finished with 20 points. Through March 13, Dale is averaging 8.1 points, 2.3 rebounds and 2.2 assists per game. Goettingen is 13-12 on the season and in 10th place out of 18 teams in the Bundesliga. Goettingen also advanced to stage 2 of the EuroCup and is one of 16 remaining teams in the tournament. Goettingen is currently 4-2 in Group J.

-Ryan Wittman ('10) (Ft. Wayne Mad Ants, NBA D-League)-Ryan Wittman had a strong game on March 10 in a 96-93 win over the Springfield Armor. Wittman notched 14 points, 5 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 steal in 26 minutes. Through March 13, Wittman is averaging 4.6 points and 1.9 rebounds in 15.3 minutes per game. Ft. Wayne is 19-22 and in 3rd place in the Eastern Conference. Before moving to the D-League during January, Wittman averaged 14.5 points, 4.2 rebounds and 2.8 assists per game for Forli in Italy's LegaDue this season.

-Jeff Foote ('10) (Maccabi Tel Aviv, Israel Winner's League/Melilla, Spanish 2nd Division)- On March 12, Foote only scored 1 point in a loss to Le Palma, but did grab 11 rebounds. Through March 13, Foote is averaging 8.5 points, 7.0 rebounds and 2.1 blocks per game. Melilla is 14-14 and in 9th place out of 18 teams. Foote is on loan to Melilla from Israel's Maccabi Tel Aviv.

-Jon Jaques ('10) (Ashkelon, Israel Winner's League)-Through March 13, Jaques is averaging 3.1 points and 1.9 rebounds per game. Ashkelon is 4-16 and in 10th place in the 10 team Israeli league.
  • Below is an updated directory listing of some Twitter feeds associated with the Cornell basketball program. You can also follow The Cornell Basketball Blog on Twitter.
-Josh Wexler ('88)
-Steve Cobb ('05)
-Andrew Naeve ('07)
-Jason Canady ('08)
-Khaliq Gant ('09)
-Conor Mullen ('09)
-Ryan Wittman ('10)
-Pete Reynolds ('10)
-Jon Jaques ('10)
-Louis Dale ('10)
-Alex Tyler ('10)
-Geoff Reeves ('10)
-Jeff Foote ('10)
-Andre Wilkins ('10)
-Max Groebe ('10)
-Aaron Osgood ('10)
-The Cornell Rebounders Club
-Andrew Ferry ()
-Peter McMillan ()
-Errick Peck ()
-Dominick Scelfo ()
-Jake Mathews ()
-Dwight Tarwater ()
-Manny Sahota ()
-Dave LaMore
-Shonn Miller
-Assistant Coach Ricky Yahn ()
-Assistant Coach Mike Blaine ()
-Assistant Coach Marlon Sears ()
-Brian Delaney, Ithaca Journal ()
-Cornell Daily Sun Sports ()
-Slope Sports ()
-WVBR Sports ()
-Former assistant coach, Jay Larranaga ()

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