Anonymous 20. March 2014. at 16:42 ShareTweetShareShareEmail “Warm up” and “Stoilov’s dance” to announce very interesting season Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Recommended for you VIDEO: Ristovski is hero of RK Vardar Ne damo im Stepančića! 1 Comment ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsMacedonian ambitious team RK Vardar want to make step to the TOP of the European handball in years to come. After some of the players have signed new contracts, club’s boss Sergei Samsonenko thinks how to make even better squad for the upcoming season. Macedonian website Ekipa.mk writes about right backs who are targeted by rich Russian sponsor. They are Spanish NT member Jorge Maqueda and Croatian raising star Luka Stepancic.Maqueda is currently in HBC Nantes, while Stepancic, who was also target of Vive Targi Kielce in the past, plays at Croatian best team RK C.O Zagreb. It seems that there is only one place in Skopje.RK Vardar have currently three players on that position – Spanish youngstar Alex Dujshebaev and two Serbs, Vladimir Petric (39) and Stefan Terzic (21). WORLD HANDBALL RIGHT BACK 2020? Related Items:Jorge Maqueda, RK Vardar 1 Comment
PENSACOLA, Fla. – UWF senior forward Darryl Tucker has been named to the Division II Bulletin All-American team as an Honorable Mention following an outstanding 2017-18 season.”Any type of postseason honor is big for our program and great for Darryl,” said UWF head coach Jeff Burkhamer. “It’s his third or fourth award of the postseason that he’s been able to pick up, and to be on any type of All-American team is a great, great feat.”Tucker averaged 15.6 points, 9.5 rebounds and 1.4 blocks per game as the Argonauts won their first GSC title and advanced to the first NCAA Tournament in program history. Tucker scored in double figures in 25 different games this season. He netted a season-high 33 points vs. Lee Feb. 1. He recorded 11 double-doubles this season.The senior from Mount Vernon, N.Y. posted the second-highest single season field goal percentage (.634) in program history. He also posted the second-most total rebounds in a season in program history with 296. Tucker led the GSC in field goal percentage, rebounds per game, and double-doubles.Tucker led the NCAA Division II South Region in field goal percentage. He was eighth in the category nationally. He was fourth in the South Region in offensive rebounds per game (3.25) and fourth in total rebounds. Tucker was fifth in free throw attempts in the South Region (287) and sixth in rebounds per game. He ranked tied for 7th in the South Region in defensive rebounds per game (6.00). He was 10th in the South Region in blocks per game (1.38). Tucker has also earned First Team All-GSC honors, First Team NABC All-South District Honors and First Team All-D2CCA South Region honors. The award is the latest accolade for the UWF men’s basketball program, which enjoyed the most successful season in program history. The Argos finished the season 28-4 and captured the program’s first GSC title and earned its first NCAA Tournament berth.The Division II Bulletin is in its 27th year of publication. The Division II Bulletin released its first issue in 1991, and is scheduled to release 14 issues in 2017-18. The Bulletin is featured on www.smallcollegehoops.com.For the latest news on the Argos, follow the team on Twitter @UWFMensBBall.#ARGOS#Print Friendly Version
Retrieve Raiders and Amelia’s Ward Jets secured comfortable wins, when the March “Madness’ Malta Supreme Basketball Championship continued on Wednesday, at the Mackenzie Sports Club (MSC) Hard-court. Raiders grounded Bankers Trust Falcons 72-60. Dauwin Lovell led the rout with 19 points. He was assisted by the trident of Sheldon Noel, Shawn Moss and Kareem Robertson, who scored 13, 13 and 12 points, respectively.For the loser, Lawrence DeCosta tallied a game high 30 points, while Akeel Primo chipped in with 14 points. Adding eight points was Joel Fraser.In the other game, Jets extinguished Block 22 Flames 65-57.