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LUB Stage Two Standings
Promocional 1
 1. Hebraica 10-4 
 2. U Universitario 10-4 
 3. Aguada 8-6 
 4. Malvin 7-7 
 5. Bigua 7-7 
 6. Larre Borges 6-8 
 7. Defensor 6-8 
 8. Trouville 2-12 
Promocional 2
 1. Goes 12-3 
 2. Welcome 12-3 
 3. Olimpia 8-7 
 4. U Atletica 8-7 
 5. Sayago 3-11 
 6. Cordon 1-13 
Stage One Standings
Full Standings
Last:3/5/2017
Ascenso Standings
 1. Nacional 20-4 
 2. Bohemios 18-6 
 3. Atenas 17-7 
 4. Larranaga 15-9 
 5. Tabare 13-10 
 6. Miramar 12-11 
 7. Capitol 12-13 
 8. Verdirrojo 11-12 
 9. Stockolmo 11-12 
 10. 25 de Agosto 8-14 
 11. Marne 7-15 
 12. Montevideo 4-19 
 13. O Mundial 3-19 
Last:8/16/2016
Liga Americas Stage Two Standings
Group E
 1. Fuerza Regia 3-0 
 2. Guaros 2-1 
 3. La Union 1-2 
 4. Soles 0-3 
Group F
 1. Ponce 2-1 
 2. Weber Bahia 2-1 
 3. Hebraica 1-2 
 4. San Lorenzo 1-2 
Stage One Standings
Last:3/8/2017
Liga Sudamericana Stage Two Standings
Group E
 1. Weber Bahia 3-0 
 2. Olimpico LB 2-1 
 3. Brasilia 1-2 
 4. Guaros 0-3 
Group F
 1. Mogi 3-0 
 2. Hebraica 2-1 
 3. Paulistano 1-2 
 4. GECR Indalo 0-3 
Stage One Standings
Last:12/12/2016
Stats Leaders
Points Per Game
 Anthony YOUNG
  Larre Borges
  (200-F-89)
  Avg: 26.4
 1. Young, Larre Borges26.4 
 2. Danridge, Sayago22.8 
 3. Alexander, Olimpia22.7 
 4. Guerrero, Cordon20.2 
 5. Garcia-M., Hebra.19.9 
 6. Kent, Welcome19.4 
 7. Lamonte, Olimpia19.4 
 8. Drye, Sayago19.3 
 9. Jennings, Cordon19.2 
 10. Taboada, U Univer.19.1 
Rebounds Per Game
 Juan GUERRERO
  Cordon
  (201-F-93)
  Avg: 13.8
 1. Guerrero, Cordon13.8 
 2. Alexander, Olimpia12.5 
 3. Glenn, Bigua12.2 
 4. Drye, Sayago11.6 
 5. Kent, Welcome10.6 
 6. Feeley, U Univer.10.6 
 7. Passos, Malvin10.5 
 8. Rutty, U Atletica10.4 
 9. Lloreda, Hebraica10.3 
 10. Curtis, Aguada10.1 
Assists Per Game
 Martin OSIMANI
  Defensor
  (194-G-81)
  Avg: 7.4
 1. Osimani, Defensor7.4 
 2. Barrera, Aguada7.4 
 3. Parodi, Hebraica6.7 
 4. Mazzarino, Malvin5.2 
 5. Lado, Sayago5.2 
 6. Cambon, Bigua5.0 
 7. Smith, Aguada4.9 
 8. Bavosi, Malvin4.7 
 9. Osimani, Bigua4.6 
 10. Garcia-M., Hebra.4.5 
Steals Per Game
 Luciano PARODI
  Hebraica
  (182-G-94)
  Avg: 2.4
 1. Parodi, Hebraica2.4 
 2. Lamonte, Olimpia2.0 
 3. Nesbitt, Goes1.8 
 4. Nicoletti, Larre B.1.8 
 5. Alexander, Olimpia1.7 
 6. Shellman, Sayago1.7 
 7. Barrera, Aguada1.7 
 8. Lado, Sayago1.6 
 9. Aguilera, Hebraica1.5 
 10. Abdul-Aleem, Trouv.1.5 
Blocks Per Game
 Dane JOHNSON
  Larre B.
  (208-C-86)
  Avg: 2
 1. Johnson, Larre B.2.0 
 2. Jackson, Larre B.1.9 
 3. Feeley, U Univer.1.8 
 4. Williams, Welcome1.8 
 5. Guerrero, Cordon1.7 
 6. Kent, Welcome1.4 
 7. Newsome, Trouville1.2 
 8. Carter, Welcome1.2 
 9. Chaney, Bigua1.1 
 10. Warner, Goes1.1 
Player of the Week

 Rodney Alexander
  Olimpia
  ( 201-F-104-87 )
  

 Bernard Toombs
  Marne
  ( 208-C-87-87 )
  
Uruguayan men teams in Latin cups 2016-2017
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Interview with Steffphon Pettigrew - Mar 1, 2012


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Steffphon
Pettigrew
Steffphon Pettigrew (195-F, college: W.Kentucky) is one of the most important players in the LUB.
He has been a key player in the last five victories of Atletico Aguada with 24.6 points and 9 rebounds on average in those games.
The player arrived in Atletico Aguada earlier this season .. and now wants to stay to be a champion...


Where were you born? Tell something about your family and city.
I've lived in Elizabethtown, KY all my life and its a wonderful place. Its a small town that is easy to raise a family and get accustomed to the all away environment. My family is a close knit family who are all strong and very passionate in everything they do. I have 2 brothers one is older and the another one is younger. I'm really close to my mom without i wouldn't know what to do with myself.. she is the puzzle piece that keeps everyone together and i love her for that.

How and when you started playing basketball?
I was around 13 when i started playing organized basketball. I've always played ball outside with my best friends in front of my house on my basketball goal and i believe that is what i got me prepared for organize play.

You always played as a forward?
Yes I've always played as a forward.

Who were the players you looked when you were young?
I was always a Shaquille O'Neal and Kevin Garnett fan cause i loved the heart and passion they put in the game of basketball

Talk about your time with at Elizabethtown HS ...
My time at Elizabethtown High school was one of my best experiences. The enjoyment of being around the fans, friends, and more importantly the career I had as a basketball player there.

Was it difficult to access Western Kentucky?
Not at all. I was very familiar with the coaches and a lot of the people that went there so it was very easy to gain a lot of access

You play four years at WKU, the last three in starting five. What was the best year of the team and yours?
Most definitely my freshman year and being part of a team that went to the sweet 16 of the NCAA tournament

You played american football too. What did you learn to apply in basketball?
Football helped me be very aggressive and have that never back down mentality

You are among the 20 highest scorers in the history of your university. Did you always like score points?
It is not a matter of liking or not to score. I score points to help my team win. I want to win first of all.

You was pre-selected by the Memphis ... Is it a dream play at NBA?
Playing in the NBA is a goal and big dream of mine. I'm always determined to work hard and achieve those goals.

And think about Europe Do you know something of European basketball? Would you like to play at some particular country?
My agent Stefano Lips explained to me that playing in Uruguay will be better than in a minor European League. I want to play in Europe but in an important basketball country to further my career.

How did the opportunity to play in Uruguay?
My agent Stefano Lips suggested I would play for coach Marcelo Capalbo because he knew him personally and thought his coaching would be beneficial for my player improvement and career. Capalbo was a very good player in Europe also. I like him a lot.

Did you know some about of Uruguay or did you search in google?
A girl that played tennis at Western Kentucky University was from here and gave me a lot of input and knowledge about Uruguay

Is difficult to leave the U.S. for play at an far country?
Not at all. It is my job and you get to know new cultures and people

In Montevideo. Where are you living now?
I currently reside in Buceo. Its a nice and quite part of town

How was your adaptation to Uruguay talking about food, language and customs?
It was very tough getting use to but like i said before this is my job and i will do everything in my power to adapt to everything and enjoy it the best i can

What do you think about Atletico Aguada as a team?
My heart now is green and red. I am Aguatero. I want to move this team as far as possible in the play-offs. Love the fans, my teammates, and the coach

Do you feel the support of the fans?
Of course. I play for my fans. They come to see us win and support us great. So we have to go out there and win for them and the club.

In Uruguay, change a foreign player is common. Did they ever thought you could be cut or always trusted you could finish the LUB?
I read on the press there were rumors about releasing me. But i dont care about the press. I felt coach and club and fans had confidence in me. Here we are, all together to fight for the Championship.

About the coach. Have you ever heard talk about Marcelo Capalbo as a player? How is your relationship?
Yes, as i said before my agent told me who Capalbo was. he is a good coach and he knows the game. He helped me a lot

On the court you are a man who likes to have the ball. Does it bother you when you do not participate in the offensive?
I like to have the ball to help. It does not bother me at all as long as we Win.

What do you think you should improve your game?
I want to improve in every aspect of my game and try and do so in every practice, game, and time to myself.

It had a great season ... What are your goals here at the end?
win it all.

Do you think you can win the title? What is needed to be champions?
If i would not think I can win the title, I would stay home and play cards

For the next season. Is it possible to come back?
I want to focus on this season first. Next season is far from now.

Finally. Atletico Aguada is serving 90 years. A message for the fans ...
I WANT ALL THE FANS TO PACK OUR GYM. ALL SOLD OUT AND SUPPORT US AS LOUD AS THEY CAN. WE CAN WIN EVERYTHING AND NEED THEIR HELP. LOVE YOU FANS.   




Anthony
Young
Larre Borges will play the LUB quarter final games - 5 hours ago
Larre Borges defeated Olimpia 67-60 to classified 3-2 for the Uruguayan league quarter finals series to be played againsta Aguada for the best of five. For the winner, Anthony Young (200-F-89, college: Ky Wesleyan, agency: Interperformances)cored 21 points and added 8 rebounds and 3 assists, while Dane Johnson (208-C-86, college: Hofstra) finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds. For Olimpia, who lost Rodney Alexander(201-F-87, college: Illinois) because he had to return to the Uinted Stat...   [read more]

Dane Johnson
Dane Johnson leads Larre Borges - 4 days ago
Dane Johnson (208-C-86, college: Hofstra) scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds leading Larre Borges to beat Olimpia 85-56 and they teams are now tied 2-2 for the best of five to play the Uruguayan League quarter final games. The last game will be played next Friday 24. Also for Larre Borges, Anthony Young (200-F-89, college: Ky Wesleyan, agency: Interperformances) scored 16 points and added 10 rebounds, and Andres Dotti (185-G-93) netted 20 points. For Olimpia, Rodney Alexander (201-F...   [read more]

Jayson
Granger
Jayson Granger selected the top Uruguayan playing abroad in last week's games - 6 days ago
Here is the weekly review of the top performing Uruguayan players, who play currently abroad. This week's number one is former international guard Jayson Granger (189-89). Granger led Anadolu Efes to a victory over the 14th-ranked Maccabi T-A in the Euroleague in Thursday night's game.    [read more]


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