Kyrie Irving : Throughout the years.
Witness his rise to basketball stardom. Starting from his high school years when Kyrie attended a modest private school, Montclair Kimberley Academy, and then transferring to perennial national-powerhouse St Patrick’s High School. This is how it all started for Kyrie Irving, who is regarded as the ideal player to ever come out of New Jersey.
Highlights include by no means before seen footage of Kyrie Irving during his high school seasons with MKA and St. Patrick’s, as well as the New Jersey RoadRunners AAU Program. Added highlights are shown following higher college, such as Duke University, Cleveland Cavaliers and Group USA, all in chronological order.
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Kelsey Minato five
Sophomore guard Kelsey Minato scored a Patriot League Championship game-record 31 points, as the second-seeded Army Women’s Basketball team defeated No. 5 Holy Cross, 68-58, to claim its second conference title March 15 at Christl Arena.
By virtue of winning the conference championship, the Black Knights (25-7) earn the Patriot League’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in Division I program history. Army final reached the national tournament in 2006. The Black Knights’ 25 victories set the team’s Division I record for most victories in a season, and tie the all-time total set as a Division II program in 1983-84 (25-three).
“These little ones knew that what ever the atmosphere was going to be, they had been going to make their own history right here tonight,” Army head coach Dave Magarity said. “For us to come out and execute the game program the way that we did was special.
“(The team) embraced what occurred the last time we played a championship game right here. We told the story, we showed them the story, but we also spent a lot of time talking about how this is their time. (The 2005-06 team) is such a massive portion of the fabric of our history here, but this group will go down as one particular of the very best.”
Minato, who was named the tournament’s most-worthwhile player, went 10-of-18 from the floor and 8-of-8 from the foul line, even though also grabbing five rebounds. Senior guard Jen Hazlett earned All-Tournament Group honors and completed with seven points and 5 boards, and freshman forward Danielle Failor posted seven points and seven rebounds. Junior guard Krishawn Tillett and sophomore forward Brianna Johnson also tallied seven points.
Seniors Brisje Malone and Alex Smith every netted 16 points to lead Holy Cross (20-12), while sophomore Raquel Scott posted a double-double with 15 points and a game-higher 15 rebounds.
Photos by Eric S. Bartelt/Pointer View and the U.S. Military Academy Public Affairs Office. Text and story by Harrison Antognioni/Army Athletic Communications.
By West Point – The U.S. Military Academy on 2014-03-15 19:34:45