Behind 18 points and 5 rebounds from Matt Bauscher, the Gas Terra Flames beat BSWeert 82-73 to move to the semi-finals of the Holland national finals. Read the box score here.
Gas Terra, who finished #2 in the regular season, will now take on Eiffel Towers, the #3 team. The series starts May 1.
The 2010-2011 basketball season was as good as any that Idaho Select has had. And while all the headlines and highlights for the year are too numerous to list, here are a few that showcase what our kids are capable of.
As of April 25, 2011 five Idaho Select players have signed or committed to play at various colleges during the past 5 months. Mitch Bruneel (Utah State), Joey Nebeker (Boise State), Tyson Percifield (Carroll . . . → Read More: Putting a bow on the 2010-2011 season
Today Mitch Bruneel announced that he would be signing with Utah State this weekend. This makes four commitments this year for Idaho Select players.
In addition to Bruneel (Idaho Select 2008, 2007), Tyson Percifield (Idaho Select 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008) signed at Carroll College, Daved Gillmor (Idaho Select 2010, 2009) signed at Northwest Christian and Joey Nebeker (Idaho Select 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008) has verbally committed to play at Boise State in 2012-2013.
Bruneel most . . . → Read More: Bruneel to sign at Utah State
We just came across this from last Saturday. In the Holland regular season finale, three former Boise State players (2 of which coach for Idaho Select) took part in head-to-head match up that went into double overtime.
Matt Bauscher (who coaches for Idaho Select in the summer) scored 20 points and had 5 assists for the Gas Terra Flames but Mark Sanchez (who has coached at The Crossover) scored 19 points and grabbed 8 boards . . . → Read More: Idaho Select coaches in 2OT battle
This was pointed out to us over the weekend. According to Andy Katz of ESPN, there was a meeting amongst commissioners and some coaches on Saturday about the 2012 recruiting calendar. You can read the post by clicking here.
With a recruiting window in April (Division I schools can’t currently recruit then) but less of a window in July this could create tension with travel teams and NCAA sanctioned tournaments, though it may help college . . . → Read More: NCAA Spring and Summer Recruiting Update