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Former ‘Bama Forward Evans transfers to rival LSU

The top player in the 2022 TN transfer rankings, former Alabama forward Damion Evans, has informed the media and coaches of his decision to transfer to SEC rival LSU. Evans, who will graduate in May, is set to enroll in Baton Rouge in June and join one of the best teams headed into the 2022-2023 season. The OKC Prep and OKC CC graduate chose the Tigers over Syracuse and UCLA.

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Everything being changed at 2022 TN Spring Meetings

1.College throwball players can decide that they want to enter the transfer portal and choose their next school, however they will not be eligible until the next academic year during the regular season. Following the end of their season, players can decide to transfer by May 1. After May 1, decisions to transfer will put the players eligibility into question the following academic year. Any transfer commitments can be made before the beginning of the school year.
2.Each college throwball program is now allowed to have seventeen scholarship players. It was moved up from fifteen allowed previously.
3.The end of season TN Tropical Smoothie Nationals event will move from just eight to sixteen teams, which was previously announced. Although it could change, the opening round of the first sixteen team event will be played Monday March 6, 2023.
4.There will be no high school exhibition games played until the beginning of pre-Off-Season Regional Practice from June 27-July 8. The Off-Season Regionals will begin on July 11.

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Former Houston forward Jerome Hunter commits to Kansas

Former Houston forward Jerome Hunter has announced his intentions to play at Kansas. Hunter was a first team All-American Athletic forward last season while averaging 14.1 goals, 7.6 rebounds, and 1.3 blocks per game. He also visited Texas A&M and Texas Tech.

Fellow transfer forward Daniel Hunter has announced that he will decide between Tennessee and UCLA on where he wants to transfer on May 12. The former San Diego forward averaged 13.2 goals and 6.6. rebounds per game last season.

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LSU signee Houston won’t enroll, to enter transfer portal

2022 four-star LSU goalie signee John Houston has announced he will not enroll with the program in June. Instead, he is expected to enter the transfer portal. Houston, one of three goalie signees for LSU in 2022, is set to visit Kansas, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech.

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Multiple transfer decisions made

Andre Helmbrecht announced his intentions to return to Arkansas and exit the transfer portal and the 2022 NTBL Draft. Helmbrecht, a Dallas native, visited both Texas and Texas A&M as well as talking with pro scouts before returning to school. Helmbrecht has a season left to play in Fayetteville.

Former Houston guard Andy Weston has committed to transfer to Oklahoma. The former three-star shooting guard also visited Florida State and Texas Tech. He will likely be a key bench piece in Norman for their potential title run during the 2022-2023 season. He has three years of eligibility remaining.

Former FGCU Forward Rashaun Tate will return home and play for the Little Rock Trojans, per TN Arkansas. He averaged 9.7 goals, 6.2 rebounds, and 1.1 blocks per game in Fort Myers. Tate has a single year of eligibility remaining in Little Rock.

Former Houston forward Jerome Hunter is down to three schools. TN’s second ranked transfer will decide between Kansas, Texas A&M, and Texas Tech on May 4. He will have two more years to play at his next stop.

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Everyone attending 2022 TN Spring Meetings, Everything being discussed for changes at 2022 TN Spring Meetings

Everyone attending:
All NCAA T-Division Officials
All TN Officials
Anthony Cook, Big 12 Throwball Director
Benton Cook, East Valley Commissioner/Throwball Director
John Ellie, Big Ten Throwball Director
Bob Fillion, ACA Commissioner/Throwball Director,
George Hall, East Valley Commissioner/Throwball Director
Carter Huff, TN Founder, TN Reporter
Matt Johnson, TN Recruiting Director
Bob Leonard, NCAA T-Division President, VP of College Throwball
Brett Reddick, NTBL Commissioner
Jim Scott, Pac-12 Throwball Director
Sean Thomas, Big Southwest Throwball Director
Jamie Williams, SEC Throwball Director
Pete Williams, ACC Throwball Director
Dylan Wilson, TN Reporter, Commissioner/Director of WTBL

1.Transfer decision rules
2.Scholarship limits
3.The new 16-team TN Tropical Smoothie Nationals Event will be set in stone

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Florida guard Williams exits draft, headed back to Gainesville

Florida guard Nick Williams told TN Florida “he wants to win a championship” and that he will be returning to Florida for his junior season. Smith gives Florida a shot at a one seed this upcoming season and a great shot at winning the Gators another national championship.

The top guard uncommitted in the transfer portal, former High Point guard Victor Lee announced his intentions to transfer to Ohio State. Lee averaged 17.7 goals, 4.8 assists, and 1.3 steals per game as a junior. Lee is seeking to be the second consecutive grad transfer guard to start at Ohio State in as many seasons.

Florida International guard Devin Black has entered the the transfer portal, replacing Victor Lee as the highest rated guard “portaling” in the country. He will visit Clemson, Kansas, LSU, Naples, and North Carolina. He averaged 18.6 goals, 5.3 assists, and 2.3 steals per game this past season.

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AGCU, Fort Lauderdale name coaching replacements

Fort Lauderdale has announced former AGCU head coach Josh Wells as its new head coach, per TN Florida. Wells was Ft.LU’s arch rival, AGCU’s head coach the last seven seasons before getting fired weeks ago. He led the Bears to a Sweet 16 and an Elite 8 during his five seasons in Orange Beach. The two sides agreed on a three-year deal, putting Wells in Fort Lauderdale through the 2025-2026 season.

AGCU has named Wake Forest offensive coordinator Jack Charles as its next head coach. AGCU previously fired Josh Wells weeks ago. It will be the second straight year where Wake Forest’s offensive coordinator left to take a head coaching position (Jonathan Wesselman was hired at Vanderbilt).

Although it was expected that they would hire internally, Tennessee has hired former Fort Lauderdale head coach Devin Rankin as its next offensive coordinator. Rankin was fired at Fort Lauderdale just weeks ago.

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2022 Class Rankings: Where every team that signed a 2022 TN 100 recruit ended up

1.Arkansas (Top class in SEC)
2.Javier Jaeavo (2PG) Little Rock,AR (Episcopal) Signed
5.Jonathan Gooseberry (1PF) Little Rock,AR (Episcopal) Signed
6.Cam Williams (3PG) Little Rock,AR (Episcopal) Signed
29.Wes Marks (4C) Fayetteville,AR (Fayetteville) Signed
60.Camp Norris (6SG) Little Rock,AR) (LR Catholic) Signed
63.Jaxon Davis (17PG) Jacksonville,AR (Jacksonville) Signed
72.Andrew Thompson Fayetteville,AR (Fayetteville) Signed
89.Anquan Wells (18SF) Dallas,TX (Booker T. Washington) Signed
90.Damion Brown (18PF) Little Rock,AR (LR Central) Signed

2.Oklahoma (Top class in Big 12)
3.Damon Antetokounmpo (1SF) Greece (OKC Prep) Signed
11.Charlie Williams (1SG) Oklahoma City,OK (OKC Prep) Signed
12.Jonathan Harry (2SG) Dallas,TX (Bishop Dunne) Signed
15.Malachi Altman (4SF) Oklahoma City,OK (OKC Prep) Signed
33.Javaris Thomas (8SF) Oklahoma City,OK (OKC Prep) Signed
42.Jack Hayes (6C) Oklahoma City, OK (OKC Prep) Signed
44.Damion Eckles (7PF) Dallas,TX (Bishop Dunne) Signed
85.Pierre Anderson (12SG) Norman,OK (Wasatch) Signed
99.Wells Thompson (14Goalie) Oklahoma City,OK (OKC Prep) Signed

3.LSU (Second ranked class in SEC)
10.Jonah Lewis (1C) New Orleans,LA (New Orleans) Signed
24.Chris Everett (4Goalie) Santa Fe,NM (Fe Episcopal) Signed
31.John Houston (5Goalie) Houston,TX (Manvel) Signed
32.Reed Powell (5PF) New Orleans,OR (New Orleans) Signed
61.Austin James (16PG) New Orleans,LA (New Orleans) Signed
98.Fred Lewis (13Goalie) Phoenix,AZ (Hillcrest Prep) Signed

4.Texas (Second ranked class in Big 12)
13.Benton Newman (1Goalie) Dallas,TX (Highland Park) Signed
43.Ben Milton (7C) Boise, ID (Oak Hill) Signed
47.Will Plemons (11SF) DeSoto,TX (DeSoto) Signed
54.Moses Wilson (9PF) Austin,TX (Austin Westlake) Signed
63.Josh Dickinson (15SF) Dallas,TX (Highland Park) Signed
102.Julio Lopez (24PG) San Antonio,TX (San Antonio) Signed

5.Oregon (Top class in Pac-12)
14.Devin Wilkins (5PG) Eugene,OR (Eugene Catholic) Signed
53.Josiah Linwood (13SF) Las Vegas,NV (Bishop Gorman) Signed
92.Tom McLaughlin (22PG) Seattle,WA (Seattle West) Signed
93.Gray Levins (21SF) Portland,OR (Portland Prep) Signed

6.Tennessee (Third ranked class in SEC)
19.Ben Wilson (5SF) Chicago,IL (Prep) Signed
44.Kollin Chandler (13PG) Memphis,TN (Sunrise Christian) Signed
80.Victor Bolden (17SF) Knoxville,TN (Knoxville Prep) Signed
91.Theo Lipicius (19SF) Williamsburg,VA (Laffayette) Signed

7.USC (Second ranked class in Pac-12)
25.Joey Toliver (8PG) Los Angeles,CA (LA Prep) Signed
65.Greg Jackson (8Goalie) Las Vegas,NV (Bishop Gorman) Signed
69.John Moore (8SG) Los Angeles,CA (LA Prep) Signed
101.Lucian Clark (15Goalie) Los Angeles,CA (St. John Bosco) Signed

8.Florida (Fourth ranked class in SEC)
1.RJ Moore (1PG) Gainesville,FL (La Lumiere) Signed
4.Kelvin Joseph (2SF) Gainesville,FL (La Lumiere) Signed
69.Sam Edwards (9Goalie) Bradenton,FL (IMG) Signed

9.Naples (Top class in East Valley)
8.Jay Reed (2PF) Fort Myer’s,FL (Naples) Signed
15.Jrue Reed (6PG) Fort Myer’s,FL (Naples) Signed
50.Hugh Golden (12SF) Bradenton,FL (IMG) Signed

10.Arizona State (Third ranked class in Pac-12)
46.Victor Williams (3SG) Phoenix,AZ (Pinnacle) Signed
73.Jackson Helms (9SG) Scottsdale,AZ (Notre Dame Prep) Signed
81.Jason Pierce (11Goalie) Santa Fe,NM (Fe Prep) Signed
97.Davonte Grey (24PG) Orange,CA (Orange Lutheran) Signed

11.UM-Spring Lake (Top class in ACA)
20.Chris Todd (3PF) Spring Lake,MI (Spring Lake) Signed
21.Az Johnson (2Goalie) Spring Lake,MI (Spring Lake) Signed
74.Johnny Wiggins (19PG) Spring Lake,MI (Spring Lake) Signed

12.Florida State (Third ranked class in ACC)
28.MJ Mattison (4PF) Boise,ID (Montverde) Signed
66.Tom Taylor (18PG) Austin,TX (Austin Westlake) Signed
84.Efron Andrews (21PG) Orlando,FL (Orlando Christian Prep) Signed

13.Kansas State (Third ranked class in Big 12)
62.Mills Thompson (7Goalie) Bel Aire,KS (Sunrise Christian) Signed
67.Javon Tatis (7SG) Kansas City,MO (Kansas City Prep) Signed
74.Orlando Reynolds (15PF) Bel Aire,KS (Sunrise Christian) Signed

14.Vanderbilt (Fifth ranked class in SEC)
77.Cullen Nelson (10Goalie) Nashville,TN (Wilson Central) Signed
88.Anthony McKenzie (17PF) Nashville,TN (Nashville Prep) Signed
94.Dylan West (23PG) Asheville,NC (Huff NC) Signed

15.Ole Miss (Sixth ranked class in SEC)
17.Chris Little (2C) Oxford,MS (Oxford) Signed
49.Fred Porter (4SG) Oxford,MS (Oxford) Signed

16.Miami (Top class in ACC)
7.Will Frazier (4PG) Miami,FL (Miami Catholic) Signed
100.Quinton Wood (9C) Miami,FL (Miami Catholic) Signed

17.Colorado (Second ranked class in Pac-12)
26.N’Keal Evans (9PG) Fort Myer’s,FL (Fort Myer’s Day) Signed
68.Christian Hicks (13PF) Denver,CO (Wasatch) Signed

18.Kentucky (Sixth ranked class in SEC)
27.TJ Thomas (7SF) Columbia,SC (Columbia) Signed
50.Brian Edwards (12SF) Geneva,OH (Spire Institute) Signed

19.Duke (Second ranked class in ACC)
35.Jake Hicks (10PG) St. Simon’s Island,GA (St. Simon’s Island) Signed
86.Jonathan Lee (17SF) Concord,NH (Brewster) Signed

20.Michigan State (Top class in Big Ten)
41.Hayden Moore (7PF) Muskegon,MI (Muskegon) Signed
76.Josh Battles (20PG) San Antonio,TX (James Madison) Signed

21.UCLA (Third ranked class in Pac-12)
45.Andrew Backus (8PF) Phoenix,AZ (Hillcrest Prep) Signed
96.Clark Tucker (12Goalie) Chino Hills,CA (Chino Hills) Signed

22.Louisville (Third ranked class in ACC)
48.Evan Andrews (9PF) Columbia,SC (Columbia) Signed
87.Jonathan Porter (16PF) Louisville,KY (Louisville Catholic) Signed

23.Ouachita Baptist (Top class in West Valley)
55.Victor Blair (10PF) Crossett,AR (Huff LR) Signed
71.Thompson Edmunds (15SF) Little Rock,AR (Huff LR) Signed

24.Kansas (Fourth ranked class in Big 12)
59.Freddy Bates (5SG) Lawrence,KS (Cottonwood Prep) Signed
82.Bob Slavens (9C) Olathe,KS (Olathe Northwest) Signed

25.North Carolina (Fourth ranked class in ACC)
9.Theo Matthews (3SF) High Point,NC (Oak Hill) Signed

26.Virginia Tech (Fifth ranked class in ACC)
18.Christian Thompson (5SF) Virginia Beach,VA (Virginia Beach) Signed

27.Atlanta (Second ranked class in East Valley)
23.Lee Matthews (3Goalie) Atlanta,GA (Atlanta Christian) Signed

28.Syracuse
30.Thomas Levins (4C) Piscataway,NJ (Southern New York) Signed: Syracuse

29.Texas Tech (Fifth ranked class in Big 12)
34.Benny Brooks (8PG) Memphis,TN (East Memphis) Signed

30.Wisconsin
36.Jaxon Harper (9SF) Madison,WI (Madison) Signed

31.Texas A&M (Sixth ranked class in SEC)
37.Ben Nelson (5C) Santa Fe,NM (Fe Episcopal) Signed

32.NC State (Fourth ranked class in ACC)
38.Cam Clemons (10PG) Raleigh,NC (Millbrook) Signed

33.Oklahoma State (Second ranked class in Big 12)
51.Collin Cunningham (14PG) Arlington,TX (Montverde) Signed

34.Alabama (Seventh ranked class in SEC)
56.Cam Sexton (15PG) Mableton,GA (Pebblebrook) Signed

35.Virginia State
58.Henry Lea (11PF) Virginia Beach,VA (Oak Hill) Signed

36.Nebraska (Second ranked class in Big Ten)
79.Justin Smith (10SG) Indianapolis,IN (La Lumiere) Signed

37.Arkansas State (Top class in Big Southwest)
81.Jack Goodheart (11SG) Magnolia,AR (Magnolia) Signed

38.Stanford (Fifth ranked class in Pac-12)
95.Josiah Tinnesz (13SG) Sacramento,CA (Sacramento) Committed


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2022 TN 100: Where seniors signed during traditional signing period

1.RJ Moore (1PG) Gainesville,FL (La Lumiere) Signed: Florida
2.Javier Jaeavo (2PG) Little Rock,AR (Episcopal) Signed: Arkansas
3.Damon Antetokounmpo (1SF) Greece (OKC Prep) Signed: Oklahoma
4.Kelvin Joseph (2SF) Gainesville,FL (La Lumiere) Signed: Florida
5.Jonathan Gooseberry (1PF) Little Rock,AR (Episcopal) Signed:Arkansas
6.Cam Williams (3PG) Little Rock,AR (Episcopal) Signed: Arkansas
7.Will Frazier (4PG) Miami,FL (Miami Catholic) Signed: Miami
8.Jay Reed (2PF) Fort Myer’s,FL (Naples) Signed: Naples
9.Theo Matthews (3SF) High Point,NC (Oak Hill) Signed: North Carolina
10.Jonah Lewis (1C) New Orleans,LA (New Orleans) Signed: LSU
11.Charlie Williams (1SG) Oklahoma City,OK (OKC Prep) Signed: Oklahoma
12.Jonathan Harry (2SG) Dallas,TX (Bishop Dunne) Signed: Oklahoma
13.Benton Newman (1Goalie) Dallas,TX (Highland Park) Signed: Texas
14.Devin Wilkins (5PG) Eugene,OR (Eugene Catholic) Signed: Oregon
15.Malachi Altman (4SF) Oklahoma City,OK (OKC Prep) Signed: Oklahoma
16.Jrue Reed (6PG) Fort Myer’s,FL (Naples) Signed: Naples
17.Chris Little (2C) Oxford,MS (Oxford) Signed: Ole Miss
18.Christian Thompson (5SF) Virginia Beach,VA (Virginia Beach) Signed: Virginia Tech
19.Ben Wilson (6SF) Chicago,IL (Prep) Signed: Tennessee
20.Chris Todd (3PF) Spring Lake,MI (Spring Lake) Signed: UM-Spring Lake
21.Az Johnson (2Goalie) Spring Lake,MI (Spring Lake) Signed: UM-Spring Lake
22.Khasen Robinson (6PG) Bryant,AR (Episcopal) Undecided
23.Lee Matthews (3Goalie) Atlanta,GA (Atlanta Christian) Signed: Atlanta
24.Chris Everett (4Goalie) Santa Fe,NM (Fe Episcopal) Signed: LSU
25.Joey Toliver (8PG) Los Angeles,CA (LA Prep) Signed: USC
26.N’Keal Evans (9PG) Fort Myer’s,FL (Fort Myer’s Day) Signed: Colorado
27.TJ Thomas (7SF) Columbia,SC (Columbia) Signed: Kentucky
28.MJ Mattison (4PF) Boise,ID (Montverde) Signed: Florida State
29.Wes Marks (3C) Fayetteville,AR (Fayetteville) Signed: Arkansas
30.Thomas Levins (4C) Piscataway,NJ (Southern New York) Signed: Syracuse
31.John Houston (5Goalie) Houston,TX (Manvel) Signed: LSU
32.Reed Powell (5PF) New Orleans,OR (New Orleans) Signed: LSU
33.Javaris Thomas (8SF) Oklahoma City,OK (OKC Prep) Signed: Oklahoma
34.Benny Brooks (8PG) Memphis,TN (East Memphis) Signed: Texas Tech
35.Jake Hicks (10PG) St. Simon’s Island,GA (St. Simon’s Island) Signed: Duke
36.Jaxon Harper (9SF) Madison,WI (Madison) Signed: Wisconsin
37.Ben Nelson (5C) Santa Fe,NM (Fe Episcopal) Signed:Texas A&M
38.Cam Clemons (10PG) Raleigh,NC (Millbrook) Signed: NC State
39.Damion Eckles (6PF) Dallas,TX (Bishop Dunne) Signed: Oklahoma
40.Miles Porter (10SF) Columbia,MO (Nathan Hale) Signed: Missouri
41.Hayden Moore (7PF) Muskegon,MI (Muskegon) Signed: Michigan State
42.Jack Hayes (6C) Oklahoma City, OK (OKC Prep) Signed: Oklahoma
43.Ben Milton (7C) Boise, ID (Oak Hill) Signed: Texas
44.Kollin Chandler (13PG) Memphis,TN (Sunrise Christian) Signed: Tennessee
45.Andrew Backus (8PF) Phoenix,AZ (Hillcrest Prep) Signed: UCLA
46.Victor Williams (3SG) Phoenix,AZ (Pinnacle) Signed: Arizona State
47.Will Plemons (11SF) DeSoto,TX (DeSoto) Signed: Texas
48.Evan Andrews (9PF) Columbia,SC (Columbia) Signed: Louisville
49.Fred Porter (4SG) Oxford,MS (Oxford) Committed: Ole Miss
50.Brian Edwards (12SF) Geneva,OH (Spire Institute) Signed: Kentucky
51.Hugh Golden (13SF) Bradenton,FL (IMG) Signed: Naples
52.Collin Cunningham (14PG) Arlington,TX (Montverde) Signed: Oklahoma State
53.Josiah Linwood (14SF) Las Vegas,NV (Bishop Gorman) Signed: Oregon
54.Moses Wilson (9PF) Austin,TX (Austin Westlake) Signed: Texas
55.Victor Blair (10PF) Crossett,AR (Huff LR) Signed: Ouachita Baptist
56.Cam Sexton (15PG) Mableton,GA (Pebblebrook) Signed: Alabama
57.Jontay Evans (8C) Geneva,OH (Spire Institute) Signed: Missouri
58.Henry Lea (11PF) Virginia Beach,VA (Oak Hill) Signed: Virginia State
59.Freddy Bates (5SG) Lawrence,KS (Cottonwood Prep) Signed: Kansas
60.Camp Norris (6SG) Little Rock,AR (LR Catholic) Signed: Arkansas
61.Austin James (16PG) New Orleans,LA (New Orleans) Signed: LSU
62.Mills Thompson (7Goalie) Bel Aire,KS (Sunrise Christian) Signed: Kansas State
63.Josh Dickinson (15SF) Dallas,TX (Highland Park) Signed: Texas
64.Jaxon Davis (17PG) Jacksonville,AR (Jacksonville) Signed: Arkansas
65.Greg Jackson (8Goalie) Las Vegas,NV (Bishop Gorman) Signed: USC
66.Tom Taylor (18PG) Austin,TX (Austin Westlake) Committed: Florida State
67.Javon Tatis (7SG) Kansas City,MO (Kansas City Prep) Signed: Kansas State
68.Christian Hicks (13PF) Denver,CO (Wasatch) Signed: Colorado
69.John Moore (8SG) Los Angeles,CA (LA Prep) Signed: USC
70.Sam Edwards (9Goalie) Bradenton,FL (IMG) Signed:Florida
71.Thompson Edmunds (16SF) Little Rock,AR (Huff LR) Signed: Ouachita Baptist
72.Andrew Thompson (14PF) Fayetteville,AR (Fayetteville) Signed: Arkansas
73.Jackson Helms (9SG) Scottsdale,AZ (Notre Dame Prep) Signed: Arizona State
74.Johnny Wiggins (19PG) Spring Lake,MI (Spring Lake) Signed: UM-Spring Lake
75.Orlando Reynolds (15PF) Bel Aire,KS (Sunrise Christian) Signed: Kansas State
76.Josh Battles (20PG) San Antonio,TX (James Madison) Signed: Michigan State
77.Cullen Nelson (10Goalie) Nashville,TN (Wilson Central) Signed: Vanderbilt
79.Justin Smith (10SG) Indianapolis,IN (La Lumiere) Signed: Nebraska
80.Victor Bolden (17SF) Knoxville,TN (Knoxville Prep) Signed: Tennessee
81.Jack Goodheart (11SG) Magnolia,AR (Magnolia) Signed: Arkansas State
82.Bob Slavens (9C) Olathe,KS (Olathe Northwest) Signed: Kansas
83.Jason Pierce (11Goalie) Santa Fe,NM (Fe Prep) Signed: Arizona State
84.Efron Andrews (21PG) Orlando,FL (Orlando Christian Prep) Signed: Florida State
85.Pierre Anderson (12SG) Norman,OK (Wasatch) Signed: Oklahoma
86.Jonathan Lee (18SF) Concord,NH (Brewster) Signed: Duke
87.Jonathan Porter (16PF) Louisville,KY (Louisville Catholic) Signed: Louisville
88.Anthony McKenzie (17PF) Nashville,TN (Nashville Prep) Signed: Vanderbilt
89.Anquan Wells (19SF) Dallas,TX (Booker T. Washington) Signed: Arkansas
90.Damion Brown (18PF) Little Rock,AR (LR Central) Signed: Arkansas
91.Theo Lipicius (20SF) Williamsburg,VA (Laffayette) Signed: Tennessee
92.Tom McLaughlin (22PG) Seattle,WA (Seattle West) Signed: Oregon
93.Gray Levins (21SF) Portland,OR (Portland Prep) Signed: Oregon
94.Dylan West (23PG) Asheville,NC (Huff NC) Signed: Vanderbilt
95.Josiah Tinnesz (13SG) Sacramento,CA (Sacramento) Signed: Stanford
96.Clark Tucker (12Goalie) Chino Hills,CA (Chino Hills) Signed: UCLA
97.Davonte Grey (24PG) Orange,CA (Orange Lutheran) Signed: Arizona State
98.Fred Lewis (13Goalie) Phoenix,AZ (Hillcrest Prep) Signed: LSU
99.Wells Thompson (14Goalie) Oklahoma City,OK (OKC Prep) Signed: Oklahoma
100.Quinton Wood (9C) Miami,FL (Miami Catholic) Signed: Miami
101.Lucian Clark (15Goalie) Los Angeles,CA (St. John Bosco) Signed: USC
102.Julio Lopez (24PG) San Antonio,TX (San Antonio) Signed: Texas

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Wilson Thompson to return to Louisville for fifth year

Due to an ankle issue during the season, the NCAA T-Division has allowed center Wilson Thompson to return to Louisville for a fifth season. Thompson formally announced with a video on his instagram page that he would in fact be returning back to Louisville for one more year. Before getting hurt in December, Thompson averaged 14 goals, 8 rebounds, and a block per game.

UT-Arlington has named former Maverick Ben Thompson its next head coach. The offensive coordinator and associate head coach at Florida International will return to the Dallas area on a four-year contract.

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Blue bloods Oregon State, Oklahoma State fire coaches

Successful programs Oklahoma State and Oregon State both fired their coaches following disappointing seasons.

Oklahoma State announced the firing of John Potter following a one and done appearance in the NIT. Potter spent 12 seasons in Stillwater following his promotion from defensive coordinator. He led the Cowboys to three Big 12 regular seasons championships and three Big 12 tournament championships. They made just one appearance in the Elite Eight and just two into the Sweet 16. Potter, 52, is expected to be up for many defensive coordinator jobs.

Oregon State fired head coach Mark Matthews after eight seasons the team announced. The Beavers won two NIT Championships under Matthews but only made it as far as the Round of 32 in the NCAAs.

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College Throwball 2022: Every coaching change

Alabama Gulf Coast
Out: Josh Wells In: Jack Charles
Baylor
Out: Matt Morris In: Clark Evans
Fort Lauderdale
Out: Devin Rankin In: Josh Wells
Georgia
Out: Chris Wilson In: Jack McDaniels
Georgia Baptist
Out: Jim Slusher In: Cameron Manning
Iowa State
Out: Andy Moore In: Jake Jones
North Carolina
Out: Rod Williams In: Andy Lee
Oklahoma State
Out: John Potter In: Josh Tate
Oregon State
Out: Mark Matthews In: Matt Reid
Texas-Arlington
Out: Luke Cooks In: Ben Thompson
West Virginia
Out: Josh Wallace In: Chris Walker

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2022 NCAA T-Division Men’s College Throwball Tournament Updated Bracket (National Champion determined)

First Four

March 15
12.Northern Arkansas
12.Clemson
6 PM ET, TNU

12.Vanderbilt
12.Huff College
8 PM ET, TNU

March 16
16.Colgate
16.Northeastern
6 PM ET, TNU

16.Illinois State
16.Louisiana-Lafayette
8 PM ET, TNU

Round of 64

South (Memphis)

New Orleans (March 18, 20)
1.Arkansas
16.Wagner

8.Stanford
9.Little Rock

Albany (March 17, 19)
4.Duke
13.Villanova

5.Atlanta
12.Clemson

Cleveland (March 18, 20)
6.Tennessee
11.Dayton

3.Louisville
14.Northern Kentucky

Indianapolis (March 17, 19)
7.Kansas
10.Ole Miss

2.Wisconsin
15.Toledo

East (Newark)

Atlanta (March 17, 19)
1.Wake Forest
16.Boston University

8.UCLA
9.Miami

Albany (March 17, 19)
4.Auburn
13.Iona

5.Syracuse
12.Vanderbilt

Washington DC (March 17, 19)
6.Virginia Tech
11.Charlotte State

3.LSU
14.High Point

Denver (March 18, 20)
7.NC State
10.Northwestern

2.Arizona State
15.Northern Iowa

Midwest (Detroit)

Cleveland (March 18, 20)
1.Michigan State
16.Colgate

8.Kansas State
9.California

Washington DC (March 17, 19)
4.Ohio State
13.Central Arkansas

5.Florida
12.Florida State

Indianapolis (March 17, 19)
6.Michigan-Spring Lake
11.Florida Atlantic

3.Missouri
14.Stephen F. Austin

Denver (March 18, 20)
7.Mississippi State
10.Dallas

2.USC
15.Harvard

West (Anaheim)

Seattle (March 18, 20)
1.Oregon
16.Illinois State

8.FGCU
9.Texas

Seattle (March 18, 20)
4.Iowa
13.Gonzaga

5.Naples
12.Nebraska

New Orleans (March 18, 20)
6.Memphis
11.Arkansas State

3.Texas A&M
14.Richmond

Atlanta (March 17, 19)
7.Colorado
10.Virginia State

2.North Carolina
15.Alabama State

Round of 32

South (Memphis)

New Orleans (March 20)
1.Arkansas
9.Little Rock

Albany (March 19)
4.Duke
12.Clemson

Cleveland (March 20)
3.Louisville
11.Dayton

Indianapolis (March 19)
2.Wisconsin
7.Kansas

East (Newark)

Atlanta (March 19)
1.Wake Forest
8.UCLA

Albany (March 19)
4.Auburn
5.Syracuse

Washington DC (March 19)
3.LSU
6.Virginia Tech

Denver (March 20)
2.Arizona State
7.NC State

Midwest (Detroit)

Cleveland (March 20)
1.Michigan State
9.California

Washington DC (March 19)
4.Ohio State
5.Florida

Indianapolis (March 19)
3.Missouri
6.Michigan-Spring Lake

Denver (March 20)
2.USC
7.Mississippi State

West (Anaheim)

Seattle (March 20)
1.Oregon
8.FGCU

5.Naples
13.Gonzaga

New Orleans (March 20)
3.Texas A&M
6.Memphis

Atlanta (March 19)
2.North Carolina
7.Colorado

Sweet 16

South (Memphis)

Memphis (March 24)
1.Arkansas
4.Duke

2.Wisconsin
3.Louisville

East (Newark)

Newark (March 25)
4.Auburn
8.UCLA

3.LSU
7.NC State

Midwest (Detroit)

Detroit (March 25)
1.Michigan State
5.Florida

2.USC
3.Missouri

West (Anaheim)

Anaheim (March 24)
1.Oregon
5.Naples

2.North Carolina
3.Texas A&M

Elite 8

South (Memphis)

Memphis (March 26)
1.Arkansas
2.Wisconsin

East (Newark)

Newark (March 27)
3.LSU
8.UCLA

Midwest (Detroit)

Detroit (March 27)
1.Michigan State
3.Missouri

West (Anaheim)

Anaheim (March 26)
2.North Carolina
5.Naples

Final Four, National Championship (Kansas City)

April 2
1.Arkansas
3.LSU

1.Michigan State
2.North Carolina

April 4
1.Arkansas
2.North Carolina

Champion: 1.Arkansas

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College Throwball

2022 NCAA T-Division Men’s College Throwball Tournament Updated Bracket

First Four

March 15
12.Northern Arkansas
12.Clemson
6 PM ET, TNU

12.Vanderbilt
12.Huff College
8 PM ET, TNU

March 16
16.Colgate
16.Northeastern
6 PM ET, TNU

16.Illinois State
16.Louisiana-Lafayette
8 PM ET, TNU

Round of 64

South (Memphis)

New Orleans (March 18, 20)
1.Arkansas
16.Wagner

8.Stanford
9.Little Rock

Albany (March 17, 19)
4.Duke
13.Villanova

5.Atlanta
12.Clemson

Cleveland (March 18, 20)
6.Tennessee
11.Dayton

3.Louisville
14.Northern Kentucky

Indianapolis (March 17, 19)
7.Kansas
10.Ole Miss

2.Wisconsin
15.Toledo

East (Newark)

Atlanta (March 17, 19)
1.Wake Forest
16.Boston University

8.UCLA
9.Miami

Albany (March 17, 19)
4.Auburn
13.Iona

5.Syracuse
12.Vanderbilt

Washington DC (March 17, 19)
6.Virginia Tech
11.Charlotte State

3.LSU
14.High Point

Denver (March 18, 20)
7.NC State
10.Northwestern

2.Arizona State
15.Northern Iowa

Midwest (Detroit)

Cleveland (March 18, 20)
1.Michigan State
16.Colgate

8.Kansas State
9.California

Washington DC (March 17, 19)
4.Ohio State
13.Central Arkansas

5.Florida
12.Florida State

Indianapolis (March 17, 19)
6.Michigan-Spring Lake
11.Florida Atlantic

3.Missouri
14.Stephen F. Austin

Denver (March 18, 20)
7.Mississippi State
10.Dallas

2.USC
15.Harvard

West (Anaheim)

Seattle (March 18, 20)
1.Oregon
16.Illinois State

8.FGCU
9.Texas

Seattle (March 18, 20)
4.Iowa
13.Gonzaga

5.Naples
12.Nebraska

New Orleans (March 18, 20)
6.Memphis
11.Arkansas State

3.Texas A&M
14.Richmond

Atlanta (March 17, 19)
7.Colorado
10.Virginia State

2.North Carolina
15.Alabama State

Round of 32

South (Memphis)

New Orleans (March 20)
1.Arkansas
9.Little Rock

Albany (March 19)
4.Duke
12.Clemson

Cleveland (March 20)
3.Louisville
11.Dayton

Indianapolis (March 19)
2.Wisconsin
7.Kansas

East (Newark)

Atlanta (March 19)
1.Wake Forest
8.UCLA

Albany (March 19)
4.Auburn
5.Syracuse

Washington DC (March 19)
3.LSU
6.Virginia Tech

Denver (March 20)
2.Arizona State
7.NC State

Midwest (Detroit)

Cleveland (March 20)
1.Michigan State
9.California

Washington DC (March 19)
4.Ohio State
5.Florida

Indianapolis (March 19)
3.Missouri
6.Michigan-Spring Lake

Denver (March 20)
2.USC
7.Mississippi State

West (Anaheim)

Seattle (March 20)
1.Oregon
8.FGCU

5.Naples
13.Gonzaga

New Orleans (March 20)
3.Texas A&M
6.Memphis

Atlanta (March 19)
2.North Carolina
7.Colorado

Sweet 16

South (Memphis)

Memphis (March 24)
1.Arkansas
4.Duke

2.Wisconsin
3.Louisville

East (Newark)

Newark (March 25)
4.Auburn
8.UCLA

3.LSU
7.NC State

Midwest (Detroit)

Detroit (March 25)
1.Michigan State
5.Florida

2.USC
3.Missouri

West (Anaheim)

Anaheim (March 24)
1.Oregon
5.Naples

2.North Carolina
3.Texas A&M

Elite 8

South (Memphis)

Memphis (March 26)
1.Arkansas
2.Wisconsin

East (Newark)

Newark (March 27)
3.LSU
8.UCLA

Midwest (Detroit)

Detroit (March 27)
1.Michigan State
3.Missouri

West (Anaheim)

Anaheim (March 26)
2.North Carolina
5.Naples

Final Four, National Championship (Portland)

April 2
1.Arkansas
3.LSU/8.UCLA

1.Michigan State
2.North Carolina

April 4
1.Arkansas
2.North Carolina