Extractions: Fax: 617-541-2466 The Center is named after the local humanitarian and basketball hero, Reggie Lewis, who played collegiate basketball for neighboring Northeastern University and professionally, for the Boston Celtics. Celtics Captain Reggie Lewis was revered not only for his athletic prowess but also for his dedication and advocacy for the educational, physical, emotional and social well being of the youth within the Boston community. It is this legacy which, in great part, shapes the vision, mission and goals of the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center. Former Boston Celtics
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Extractions: Men's Basketball Reggie Lewis, Sr. has been elected to the Hall of Fame for his extraordinary accomplishments in the sport of basketball. Lewis died suddenly and tragically on July 27, 1993 from a heart ailment, but it was not before he had left an indelible impression upon Northeastern and the entire city of Boston. Sometime during the Baltimore native's first season at Northeastern, it became clear: Lewis was not just a player, not just a starter, not just the league Rookie of the Year. Reggie Lewis was on his way to becoming the best Northeastern and New England had ever seen. A few short months later, the Boston Celtics drafted Lewis in the first round of the NBA draft. Lewis began his career as a reserve on the bench, then worked his way into the regular rotation, then to the starting line up and then to the Celtics' go to guy and their leader. In 1992, his selection as an NBA all-star came as no surprise. It was also no surprise when Reggie became the Celtics' sixth captain, taking the reins from Larry Bird. Lewis starred in his inaugural year at the helm of the Celtics, scoring 21 points per night and leading the Green to the '93 playoffs. But, in the Celts' first postseason game, the heart problem that would later result in his death caused Reggie to collapse and marked not only the end of his brilliant basketball career, but also a brilliant life. Reggie Lewis left fans around the nation with memories of his basketball accomplishments. But also memorable was his demeanor off the hardwood. His contributions to the community were just as consistent as his jumpshots. Reggie's widow, Donna Harris-Lewis, has continued her husbands legacy of kindness through the Reggie Lewis Foundation, which annually sponsors events like its Turkey Giveaway each Thanksgiving, an event Reggie began.
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Extractions: myCNN Click here for more on this story Posted: Thursday June 24, 1999 10:46 PM Reggie Lewis died of a heart attack in 1993; his widow sued the doctors later for malpractice. AP BOSTON (AP) A judge on Thursday declared a mistrial in the malpractice case against a renowned cardiologist after a jury could not decide if he was negligent in caring for Boston Celtics captain Reggie Lewis before his death in 1993. Two consulting physicians were cleared of wrongdoing. The decision came after the jury, for a second time within 24 hours, said it was deadlocked over whether Dr. Gilbert Mudge was culpable in Lewis' death. "In a sense, nobody is a winner or loser here," said Superior Court Judge Thayer Fremont-Smith. "Everybody is a loser here. We've all lost Mr. Lewis. Everybody's reputation has been attacked on both sides of the case. It's a sad situation."
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Extractions: SPACE RENTAL INFORMATION INTRODUCTION: RCC welcomes you to the Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center at Roxbury Community College. The completion of this state of the art facility marks the culmination of a project over 35 years in the making. It has a specially designed and constructed oval track that will lend itself to producing national and world-class performances. The facility is designed to serve as a home base for RCC intercollegiate and intramural events and statewide public high school track meets. The facility will also provide members of the community the opportunity to participate in a broad array of health and fitness activities. FACITILY FEATURES: Reggie Lewis Track and Athletic Center Administrative Offices RCC Athletic Department Indoor Track Gymnasium Dance Studio Multi-Purpose Rooms Seminar Rooms Multi-Purpose Courts for basketball, volleyball and tennis
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Extractions: Player of the Year 1981-82 Perry Moss 1983-84 Mark Halsel 1984-85 Reggie Lewis 1985-86 Reggie Lewis 1986-87 Reggie Lewis Rookie of the Year 1983-84 Reggie Lewis 1984-85 Kevin McDuffie 1998-99 Jean Bain Coach of the Year 1985-86 Jim Calhoun 1986-87 Karl Fogel First Team All-Conference 1979-80 Pete Harris 1980-81 Pete Harris Chip Rucker 1981-82 Mark Halsel Perry Moss 1982-83 Mark Halsel 1983-84 Mark Halsel 1984-85 Reggie Lewis 1985-86 Andre LaFleur Reggie Lewis 1986-87 Andre LaFleur Reggie Lewis 1987-88 Kevin McDuffie 1989-90 Steve Carney 2nd Team All-Conference 1983-84 Reggie Lewis 1984-85 Andre LaFleur 1985-86 John Williams 1987-88 John Williams 1988-89 Derrick Lewis 1989-90 Barry Abercrombie George Yuille 1990-91 Marcellus Anderson Maurice Brighthaupt Steve Carney 1992-93 Anthony Brown Dan Callahan 1994-95 Dan Callahan 1997-98 Ty Mack 3rd Team All-Conference 1998-99 Marcus Blossom 1999-00 Marcus Blossom 2000-01 Marcus Blossom 2000-01 Ricky Cranford 2001-02 Jean Bain 2002-03 Jose Juan Barea Sylbrin Robinson Javorie Wilson All-Rookie Team 1983-84 Andre LaFleur Reggie Lewis 1984-85 Kevin McDuffie 1985-86 Melvin Bartee 1987-88 Barry Abercrombie 1989-90 Lamont Hough 1991-92 Anthony Brown 1993-94 Halim Abdullah 1994-95 Rah-Shun Roberts 1995-96 Marcus Wills 1996-97 Terry Kringe 1997-98 Joe Hicks 1998-99 Jean Bain 1999-00 Toby Brittian 2001-02 Aaron Davis 2002-03 Jose Juan Barea
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Extractions: Reggie Lewis, the Boston Celtics captain who died on July 27, was much more than a basketball player. He was a genuine person who gave to the community and kids who were less fortunate than he. He took time out to give turkeys away to the poor and to help kids with basketball techniques. He wanted to be remembered as a good person first, and a good basketball player second. With all the accomplishments on the basketball court, his actions outside the game topped them. His passing left many in shock and sadness. Close to 15,000 people attended the public funeral at Northeastern University in the arena where Reggie played college basketball. His casket lay under his jersey number that the school retired in 1989. Speaker after speaker provided a perspective about Reggie that they saw, and brought a tear to many. As the last chants of Reggie were being shouted, a feeling of emptiness was felt. After the service, hundreds more people lined the streets to show their appreciation for Reggie.
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Extractions: CARDIOMYOPATHY AND ITS RELATION TO EXERCISE: SUDDEN DEATH IN ATHLETES Sudden death is associated with vigorous exercise and has occurred to some professional and collegiate athletes. For example, Hank Gathers, a Loyola Marymount University basketball player collapsed on the court and died later with cardiomyopathy complications, Reggie Lewis, Boston Celtic basketball star, died of a cardio-myopathy heart attack during a pick-up basketball game, Sergei Grinkov collapsed on the ice during a practice for Stars on Ice, and Greg Menton, a University of Massachusetts swimmer and water-polo player collapsed and died at a swim meet against Dartmouth College. click here to read more about Celtics star Reggie Lewis click here to read more about Loyola Marymount University basketball star Eric "Hank" Gathers click here to read more on my teammate, Greg Menton click here to read more on Sergei Grinkov and his wife Ekaterina Gordeava Sport by its very nature includes inherent risks, including the risk of death. Death in sport is tragic. Fortunately, it is rare. It is important to be aware of the remote possibility and the need for shared responsibility for sports safety among athletes, parents, coaches, and sport organizations. A study done by Dr. Van Camp and colleagues (1995) described 160 cases of non-traumatic death in high school and college athletes between 1983 and 1993. The ratio of males to females was about 10 to 1, 146 males (average age 16.9 years) to 14 females (average age 16.2 years), and the age range was 13 to 24 years. In another study, Dr. Barry Maron and colleagues (1996) described the clinical profile of 134 athletes who had cardiovascular causes of sudden death between 1985 and 1995. The ratio of males to females was again about 10 to 1 (120 males to 14 females). The median age at death was 17 years, which means that one-half of the cases were 17 years of age or younger; the age range of the total sample was 12 to 40 years. Interestingly, the sample included 12 boys, 14 years of age or younger, who were involved in organized youth sports or junior high school sports.
Boston.com / Sports / N.E. Top 100 Athletes Life and times of reggie lewis on occasion of being selected for his leadership in Northeastern Universit Category Sports basketball NBA Players L lewis, reggie Celtics. reggie lewis Left his mark. In only 28 years, he left an indeliblemark on the basketball court and in the community of Boston. http://www.boston.com/sports/top100/players/74.htm
Extractions: Boston.com home Boston Globe Online Search SERVICES Apartments Careers Cars MarketBasket Personals Real Estate Yellow Pages SECTIONS Business digitalMASS Dining Education Health Movies MP3 Music Music Nation Northeast Personal Finance Sports Stock Quotes Traffic Travel Washington Weather World YourTown WHAT'S NEW Left his mark In only 28 years, he left an indelible mark on the basketball court and in the community of Boston. But the brilliance of his life is now tangled up with the tragedy of his death. Lewis, No. 74 on the Globe's list of the top 100 New England sports figures of the century, died July 27, 1993, in the prime of his career and the prime of his life. An on-court collapse three months earlier had sent Lewis to the hospital, where doctors offered conflicting opinions on his condition and its severity.