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Penn with 8 &7 - Jan 31, 2019

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Eral Penn
The LIU Brooklyn men's basketball team rallied from an 11-point deficit to nearly come back and beat Fairleigh Dickinson on the road Thursday night, but the Blackbirds couldn't overcome the Knights' sharp shooting, and fell, 80-77. Sophomore Eral Penn (201-F) added eight points in the loss, along with seven rebounds.

The Blackbirds came out hot to start the second half, scoring six straight points to close the gap to just one point, 45-44, but FDU answered with an 8-0 run of its own that widened the lead to 53-44. Thought the Knights would eventually take an 11-point lead, 60-49, the Blackbirds kept battling back.

Over the next four minutes, LIU went on a 10-2 run, driven by baskets from Flowers and Clark, that would cut the difference to 62-59 with 8:29 to play, and FDU would call a timeout. Three minutes later, sophomore Eral Penn hit his first career-three pointer, and followed it up with a layup 40 seconds later that put together a one-man 5-0 run, and brought the Blackbirds within two points, 66-64.

But a 4-0 run by the Knights gave them a buffer, 72-66, and that proved to be the difference as the clock wound down. Frias hit a three pointer with 92 seconds left that gave LIU a fighting chance, but the Knights went 6-for-6 at the free throw line to keep the Blackbirds at arm's length. Batts would hit a last-second three as the buzzer sounded, but it was not enough, and LIU fell to the Knights, 80-77.   

16 teams to do battle in 2019 Hon Fraser B/ball League - 1 day ago
DUFF'S BOTTOM, Tortola, VI- Some 16 teams will clash in the 7th edition of the Hon Julian Fraser Save the Seed National Basketball League, which tips off on August 24, 2019 at the Save the Seed Energy Centre in Duff's Bottom. According to a press release from the league today, June 18, 2019, registration closed for all teams on May 31, 2019 which saw some 9 senior teams and 7 junior teams signing up to compete. This year the league has returned to the one age group for the junior divisio...   [read more]

Columbian Dyip inks Lester Prosper - 3 days ago
LESTER PROSPER Columbian Dyip (PBA) agreed terms with 30-year old British V.Islands center Lester Prosper (210-106kg-88, college: Old Westbury, agency: Interperformances). He played last season at Worcester Wolves in British BBL league. In 21 games he had 13.7ppg and 9.1rpg. In 2013 (two years after he left the college) Prosper was drafted by Maine Red Claws (D-League) in sixth round (95th overall). The former SUNY-Old Westbury (NCAA Div.III) staris in his ninth season in pro basketball.    [read more]
Illness stricken educator raising funds for school children - 1 month ago
ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - In the spirit of giving back through the Cleo's Miracle Basketball Explosion Fundraiser and GoFundMe cause, Virgin Islander and Educator, Ms Cleopatria A. King-Defreitas aka 'Cleo' has had a remarkable story of survival after 19 surgeries, which included 15 abdominal and 4 brain surgeries, plus a minor stroke with relapses. In an exclusive interview with Virgin Islands News Online (VINO) on the event, which starts today Friday, May 17 to 19, 2019, from 6:00pm dail...   [read more]

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