Myerscough College

ROSTER 2019-20

NameHeightPosition Class
Samuel Akano Kouame
5'11"
Guard
2020
Great Osobor Osobor
6'8"
Guard
2021
Shaydon Eytle
6'1"
Guard
2020
Lewis McGlasson
6'3"
Wing
2020
Bradley Kaboza
6'1"
Wing
2020
Daniel Gargan
6'3"
Wing
2021
Mikey Irvine
6'1"
Guard
2020
Louis Sullivan
6'2"
Guard
2020
Pedro Ellery
6'6"
Wing
2021
Franklin Agu
6'5"
Forward2021
Joseph Bankole
6'5"
Wing
2021
Ridley Shema
6'7"
Wing
2021
Sanmi Fajana
6'8"
Forward2020
Amari Williams
6'11"
Forward2020
Sam Chigbo
6'11"
Centre2020
Zeki Cavli
6'3"
Guard
2021
Emeke Udema
5'8"
Guard
2021
Ben Nailer
5'9"
Guard
2020
Olufemi Bright
6'3"
Wing
2021
Soma Glatz
6'6"
Forward2021

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Neal Hopkins – nhopkins@myerscough.ac.uk
Assistant Coach: Troy Culley – tculley@myerscough.ac.uk

Location:

Myerscough College, St Michaels Road, Bilsborrow, Preston, Lancashire , PR3 0RY

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History

2017-18
Finished 11-1 through the regular season to take the West Conference title. Eliminated in the championship final by Barking Abbey.

League Record: 11-1
Playoffs: 2-1

2016-17
Finished 8-4 through the regular season to take second place in the West Conference. Eliminated in the Final Four.

League Record: 8-4
Playoffs: 1-1

2015-16
Went a perfect 11-0 through the regular season, once again taking the top seed in the West Conference, reached the Championship final where they fell at the hands of Charnwood College.

League Record: 11-0
Playoffs: 2-1

2014-15
Won the 2015 EABL National Championship, defeating SGS in the final. Finished 15-1 to take the top seed in the North Conference heading into the post-season.

League Record: 15-1
Playoffs: 3-0

2013-14
The 2013 – 14 season marked the first ever season Myerscough had taken part in competitive basketball. Finishing with a 10-2 league record Myerscough secured the North Sea Conference title before being eliminated at the Elite 8 stage by SGS College. Coach Neal Hopkins picked up the Coach of the year accolade for the North Sea Conference with Andre Gayle being nominated MVP for the conference.

League Record: 10-2
Playoffs: 1-1