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matt
Two years ago

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Australian junior college players in the U.S.



I follow college basketball recruiting in the United States. I have been able to find a list of the Australian players at Div. 1 universities, but I have not been able to find a good list of Australian players at American junior colleges?

Also, is there a site that lists college prospects from Australia? It's easy find out info on the very top prospects, like Dante Exum, but after that there is very little info. Any advice?

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Coach roach
Two years ago
05:44 29 Aug 12

Reply #377492

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

http://www.australiabasket.com/Australia/basketball-Players-Abroad.asp


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Anonymous
Two years ago
06:16 29 Aug 12

Reply #377496

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

That doesnt seem to list Junior Colleges, only NCAA


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Benno
Two years ago
06:59 29 Aug 12

Reply #377499

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

My friend just signed at lackawanna junior college a few weeks back


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LC
Two years ago
07:03 29 Aug 12

Reply #377500

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

www.aussiehoopsamerica.com

They will at some stage also update lists for the 'minor leagues'


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alexkrad
Two years ago
08:16 29 Aug 12

Reply #377507

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

There are two Australians at Lee College (Baytown, Texas)


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Anonymous
Two years ago
09:22 29 Aug 12

Reply #377512

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

Dave humphries and john hafoka from centrals are on the list and they are at a juco

So it must list some


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Anonymous
Two years ago
10:29 29 Aug 12

Reply #377525

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

aussiehoopsamerica is a great site !


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matt
Two years ago
00:17 30 Aug 12

Reply #377640

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

How good are Jackson Hussey and Deng Deng?


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matt
Two years ago
00:21 30 Aug 12

Reply #377641

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

That does list a lot of junior college players. Thanks!

Also, if you know of any that are not listed, please list them. Prep school players as well, along with Australian players at American high schools.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
12:31 30 Aug 12

Reply #377695

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

Declan Soukup, DP with the Blaze last season is joining other Aussies Maynard and McMath at Bryant University.


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Joker
Two years ago
12:45 30 Aug 12

Reply #377698

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

There are a lot of good players at D2 colleges as well.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
13:00 30 Aug 12

Reply #377700

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

Exactly! Alot of top players in the NBL went to D2's!


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matt
Two years ago
22:32 4 Sep 12

Reply #378299

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

Deng Deng committed to Louisiana State over the weekend. David Patrick is a new assistant coach at LSU.

What kind of player is Jackson Hussey?


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tempo
Two years ago
09:54 1 Dec 12

Reply #389696

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.



MASON CITY — NIACC freshman David Humprhies has been named the ICCAC athlete of the week.

The 6-foot-4 freshman from Adelaid, Australia, averaged 24.3 points and 11.3 rebounds in the Trojans' three victories last week as the Trojans moved to No. 5 in the NJCAA Division II poll.

Humphries scored 35 points with 12 rebounds and 7 assists against Quakerdale Promise Academy and scored 24 points with 11 rebounds and 4 assists against Milwaukee Tech at the Dale Howard Classic in Iowa Falls Nov. 16-17.

Humphries averages 18.9 points per game (third in the conference). He averages 10.3 rebounds per game (first in the league) and has 44 assists (first in the league).

NIACC (8-1 overall) returns to action Monday at the Luther College junior varsity in Decorah.


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Anonymous
Two years ago
09:19 14 Dec 12

Reply #392198

re: Australian junior college players in the U.S.

Yep NBL top scorer was Div 2 I think


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