Tag "John Holland"

Heaven is a Playground: FIBA 2014 team preview — The Philippines

Columnist Noah Perkins will be covering the 2014 FIBA World Cup for One-Bid Wonders. Over the next 17 days, leading up to the Aug. 30 tip-off, he will be previewing all 24 qualified teams. Maybe it was the three slices

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“I should have known better”

Special to One-Bid Wonders By Zach Bye When it comes to the America East matchup between UAlbany and Boston University, it seems the improbable becomes probable and the unlikely becomes certain. With roughly 12 seconds remaining in the contest Wednesday

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Rivalry Renewed: America East alums Dane DiLiegro and John Holland take their competition, friendship, to the world stage.

The America East season may not begin until Albany tips off against Duquesne on Friday, November 9th at 6:30 pm, but two days earlier, an America East rivalry will be renewed. Only this time, instead of the dirty orange light

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NBA Dreamin': Former Terrier John Holland signs (for the summer) with Western Conference Champs.

Former Boston University Terrier John Holland is one step closer to his dreams of playing in the NBA. The 2011 America East Player of the Year, Holland is one of 13 players signed to suit up for the reigning Western

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Invite Only: BU’s Holland, Maine’s Barnies score pre-draft workouts from NBA teams

Boston University small forward/shooting guard John Holland and Maine power forward Troy Barnies have scored workouts with NBA franchises leading up to the 2011 NBA draft. Holland, the 2011 America East Player of the Year and a three-time first team

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John Holland invited to Portsmouth Invitational Tournament

John Holland is officially wading into the waters of professional basketball, as he has been invited to (and will participate in) the 2011 Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, which starts today and runs through April 9th at Churchland H.S., in Portsmouth, Va.

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Let’s Dance! John Holland’s 27 points power the Terriers to a 56-54 win over Stony Brook and a trip to the NCAA’s

(Photographs courtesy of Steve McLaughlin) Terrier Nation was elated. Mankind (the wrestler) was devastated. The best player in the league stepped up in the conference’s biggest game. John Holland powered Boston University to a thrilling 56-54 win over Stony Brook

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The One-Bid Wonders America East All-Tournament team

Before last weekend gets too far in the rear-view mirror, here’s our picks for the five best players from last weekend: Tim Ambrose, G, Albany (24 points on 8-of-14 shooting, four rebounds, four assists vs. Stony Brook) Albany went out

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One by one, BU free throws add up to 55-49 semifinal victory over Hartford

Boston University redshirt junior forward Pat Hazel is a lot of things. A muscular 6-foot-6, the Marquette transfer holds his ground in the low post, and has blocked a league-leading 62 shots from both that position and as a help

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Refuse to Lose: Martin, Hayes deliver a shocker as Stony Brook stuns Vermont, 69-47

In the post game press conference following No. 5 Stony Brook’s surprise 69-47 upset over No. 1 Vermont in the America East semifinals, Seawolf guard Leonard Hayes was asked if he thought good shooting was infectious. That was a question

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