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2020-2021 AtlanticWest Preview

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2021 big man Lee commits to Texas A&M

2021 Five-Star talent Grayson Lee announced his commitment to Texas A&M over Arkansas and Texas. Lee is ranked number fourteen currently in the 2021 TN 100, and the number four ranked power forward.

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2020-2021 ACC Preview

Projected Standings

1.North Carolina 13-2 (12-2)

2.Syracuse 11-4 (10-4)

3.Wake Forest 10-5 (9-5)

4.Louisville 10-5 (9-5)

5.Miami 9-6 (7-7)

6.Notre Dame 8-7 (7-7)

7.Virginia Tech 8-7 (7-7)

8.NC State 6-9 (5-9)

9.Florida State 6-9 (5-9)

10.Duke 5-10 (4-10)

11.Virginia 4-11 (4-10)

12.Clemson 4-11 (4-10)

13.Pittsburgh 3-12 (2-12)

14.Georgia Tech 3-12 (1-13)

15.Boston College 1-15 (0-14)

 

Pre-Season Conference Awards, All-Conference Teams

Player of the Year:RJ Baizley, Forward, Syracuse (Senior)

Newcomer of the Year:Weston Matthews, Guard, Syracuse (Junior)

Coach of the Year:Rod Williams, Head Coach, North Carolina

 

1st Team

Perimeter:Alonzo James, North Carolina (Senior)
Perimeter:Weston Matthews, Syracuse (Junior)
Perimeter:Reed Pinson, North Carolina (Junior)
Interior:RJ Baizley, Syracuse (Senior)
Interior:Wilson Thompson, Louisville (Senior)

Goalie:Preston Justice, NC State (Junior)

 

2nd Team

Perimeter:Tyler Jackson, Wake Forest (Senior)

Perimeter:Alan Eerie, Wake Forest (Sophomore)

Perimeter:Michael Huerter, Syracuse (Senior)

Interior:Jamison Thomas, Miami (Sophomore)

Interior:AJ Norwood, Notre Dame (Senior)

Goalie:Ulysses Carter, Syracuse (Junior)

 

Newcomer Team

Perimeter:Weston Matthews, Syracuse (Junior)

Perimeter:Andre Willis, Miami (Sophomore)

Perimeter:Austin Patton, North Carolina (Freshman)

Interior:Jamison Thomas, Miami (Sophomore)

Interior:Dee Embiid, North Carolina (Freshman)

Goalie:

 

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2020-2021 American Coastal Association Preview

Projected Standings

1.Michigan-Spring Lake 10-1

2.Connecticut 8-3

3.Dayton 8-3

4.Delaware 6-5

5.Eastern Indiana 6-5

6.Norfolk 5-6

7.Charlotte State 5-6

8.Southern New York 5-6

9.John’s Hopkins 5-6

10.Canton Baptist 3-8

11.UNC-Greensboro 2-9

12.UNC-Wilmington 0-11

Pre-Season Conference Awards, All-Conference Teams

Awards

Player of the Year:Mikel White, Guard, Connecticut

Newcomer of the Year:Jayden Goodwin, Guard, Michigan-Spring Lake

Coach of the Year:Matt Goodwin, Head Coach, Michigan-Spring Lake

NOTE:The two All-Conference teams and newcomer team include three perimeter players (Point Guards, Shooting Guards, Small Forwards), two interior players (Power Forwards, Centers), and one goalie.

1st Team

Perimeter:Mikel White, Connecticut (Sophomore)

Perimeter:Alon Williams, Delaware (Junior)

Perimeter:Emmanuel Jackson, Eastern Indiana (Junior)
Interior:Carter Matthews, Michigan-Spring Lake (Senior)
Interior:Tristian Wilson, Dayton (Senior)
Goalie:Tre Wilson, Dayton (Senior)

2nd Team

Perimeter:Sean James, Dayton (Junior)

Perimeter:Theo Watson, Connecticut (Junior)

Perimeter:Kenny Allen, Dayton (Junior)
Interior:Ernie Walker, Michigan-Spring Lake (Sophomore)
Interior:Alex Angel, Canton Baptist (Sophomore)
Goalie:Miles Moore, Norfolk (Junior)

Newcomer Team

Perimeter:Ben James, Michigan-Spring Lake
Perimeter:Jayden Goodwin, Michigan-Spring Lake

Perimeter:Eli Carson, Delaware
Interior:Val Goodwin, Michigan-Spring Lake
Interior:Rhys Lee, Michigan-Spring Lake
Goalie:Matt Olson, Eastern Indiana

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2021 Bracketology 2.0:Taking a look at the bracket in September (9/5/20)

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2020-2021 TN College Throwball Pre-Season Top 25 1.0

1.Kansas
2.Syracuse

3.North Carolina

4.Florida

5.Michigan State

6.Stanford

7.Auburn

8.Naples

9.Maryland

10.USC

11.Arkansas

12.Little Rock

13.Michigan

14.LSU

15.USC

16.Ohio State

17.Virginia State

18.Wake Forest

19.Tennessee

20.UCLA

21.AGCU

22.Oregon

23.Missouri

24.Miami

25.Louisville

Next Five:

26.FGCU

27.Iowa

28.Georgia

29.Florida Atlantic

30.Connecticut

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College Throwball Transfer News

Former Gonzaga standout Todd chooses Texas A&M over Tennessee, Virginia Tech

Former West Coast Conference Player of the Year Brandon Todd has announced his decision to transfer to Texas A&M. The former Gonzaga big man chose the Aggies over a final three that also included Tennessee, Virginia Tech. Todd will begin classes in College Station on Monday as well as voluntary workouts with the team. He has two years of eligibility left.

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Highly touted transfer Todd cuts list to three, sets decision for Friday

After announcing his decision to leave Gonzaga and enter the transfer portal, more than 50 programs called big man Brandon Todd. It was announced Todd would consider nine of those programs, Arizona State, Florida, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, USC, UCLA, and Virginia Tech. Todd announced on his instagram in a post today that he had cut his list of schools to three, Tennessee, Texas A&M, and Virginia Tech. Todd also said in the post that he would be making his final decision this upcoming Friday, then he can get started with classes and voluntary workouts with his school and team of choice.

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ACA reverses plan, will go to eleven game conference only schedule

After planning to keep their current schedule intact, ACA Commissioner Bob Fillion told media today that after continued discussion it was decided that they would go to an eleven game conference only schedule (each team plays every team in conference) beginning the week of January 18-22. Like the other conferences that have made announcements on their upcoming seasons, the plan right now is for the regular season to wrap up on Saturday February 20. When finalized the 2021 ACA schedule can be found here.

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Breaking:Gonzaga standout Brandon Todd announces he is entering transfer portal

Potentially the most hyped up mid major college throwball player of all time has turned into college throwball’s new, most sought after “free agent”. After talking it over with family and friends, Gonzaga Forward Brandon Todd tweeted out last night that he would be leaving Gonzaga and entering the transfer portal. The talented big man was the West Coast Conference Player of the Year in 2020 while averaging an astonishing 31.2 GPG, 11.6 RPG, and 4.7 BPG. Todd will be virtually visiting and talking with coaching staffs from Arizona State, Florida, Oregon, Tennessee, Texas, Texas A&M, UCLA, USC, and Virginia Tech. He has set a decision date for Labor Day, that way he can get going on classes and voluntary workouts at his new school of choice.