Men's basketball

SoCon Champs - 2010, 2011, 2014, 2015

Moderators: BestOfBreed, dungeonjoe

Men's basketball

Postby twomile on Mon Jan 08, 2007 11:51 pm

How is the recruiting for next year?
twomile
 

Postby Eyes of Old Main on Tue Jan 09, 2007 12:36 am

I hope it's going well.

Wofford has two signees that we know of. Noah Dahlman from Wisconsin and Drew Crowell from Charleston. Hopefully, they'll be ready to step in and contribute immediately.
User avatar
Eyes of Old Main
True Terrier Fan
 
Posts: 2781
Joined: Tue Nov 01, 2005 11:20 pm
Location: 507 Miles from Wofford

Postby ShortHairedDog on Tue Jan 09, 2007 10:37 am

I hope they are big guys. Getting out rebouned by 20 rand only having 5 offensive rebounds as against Ga Southern is not going to get you any Ws.
-ShortHairedDog
User avatar
ShortHairedDog
True Terrier Fan
 
Posts: 256
Joined: Mon Feb 20, 2006 11:09 am
Location: Spartanburg, SC

Postby oldguy on Tue Jan 09, 2007 3:05 pm

Noah is from Minnesota. He's averaging huge scoring and rebounding numbers on a team that has won state championships in each of the last three seasons, and has a good shot to win another one this year.

Since it won't let met post a URL in here yet, I'll just copy all the text. Check this out. Seems like he rebounds pretty well.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Posted: 1/4/07
Dahlman surpasses 1,000 rebounds

By Greg Hunt

Midway through the Bethel Tourney semifinal victory over Minneapolis North, Braham's Noah Dahlman joined the elite ranks of board bangers in Minnesota boys basketball history when he grabbed his 1,000th career rebound.

"That's just unbelievable, but Noah is so relentless and tough inside," said Braham head coach Bob Vaughan.

Dahlman finished with 57 rebounds over the three games at Bethel and is currently sitting with 171 rebounds for his senior season (a 21.3 average per game). He presently has 1,031 rebounds which is 16th all-time for Minnesota boys buckets. As the only active member on that list, Noah will certainly be moving up quite a ways among those names, especially considering the Bombers' potential for a long post-season run this winter.

At his current rebounding pace for 30 games this season (which doesn't include three potential State games), Dahlman would finish with a state-record 639 rebounds. That clip would also have him at 1,499 career rebounds, enough to overcome Foley's legendary big man Norm Grow who leads with 1,417 career boards. Braham has a minimum of 19 games remaining this season (extending into one playoff game).

Dahlman set a Bomber team season record with 337 rebounds last year, breaking his own mark of 307 rebounds set the previous season.

On the scoring side, Dahlman is averaging 32.3 ppg this season and has amassed 1,829 career points.

Minnesota Boys Basketball
Top Career Rebounders

1,417 Norm Grow, Foley, 1956-58
1,304 Julian Greer, Brooklyn Center, 1996-99
1,243 Johnnie Gilbert, Mpls Patrick Henry, 1997-00
1,239 Justin Bessler, Laporte, 1997-00
1,134 Paul McDonald, Chisholm, 1976
1,132 Nate Holmstadt, Monticello, 1991-95
1,131 Rick Rickert, Duluth East, 2001
1,096 Chris Neumann, Mahnomen, 1992
1,091 Joel Przybilla, Monticello, 1995-98
1,081 Andy Wiersma, Bethany Academy, 2001
1,061 Chad Nelson, Rothsay, 1989
1,051 Ted Krize, Chisholm, 1991
1,049 Ben Kipp, Janesville-Waldorf-Pemb., 1992
1,049 Chad Orum, LeRoy-Ostrander, 2003
1,042 Chad Henke, Sibley East, Arlington, 1998
1,031 Noah Dahlman, Braham, 2004-07

Top Rebounders, one season

513 Norm Grow, Foley, 1958
499 Jeff Nordgaard, Dawson-Boyd, 1991
490 Ryan Ostendorf, Virginia, 2006
458 Norm Grow, Foley, 1957
446 Norm Grow, Foley, 1956
– From Minnesota State High School League records page
oldguy
 

Postby GoldandBlack on Wed Jan 10, 2007 10:41 am

It's becoming obvious that we need some strength in the paint. Physically, we just aren't able to match up on the inside this year, and unless we have a good night shooting from the perimeter, we're in trouble.

No problems with effort, IMO- mainly matchups.
"Everybody is ignorant, only on different subjects."
~Will Rogers
User avatar
GoldandBlack
True Terrier Fan
 
Posts: 632
Joined: Fri Nov 11, 2005 3:15 pm
Location: Simpsonville, SC

Postby dude on Wed Jan 10, 2007 11:24 am

Even WITH a good night shooting, it's tough.

Eric Marshall, Drew Gibson and Shane Nichols combined against Ga. So. for over 65 points!
dude
True Terrier Fan
 
Posts: 619
Joined: Sat Dec 09, 2006 4:08 pm


Return to Men's Basketball

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests