Extractions: March 12, 1999 CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Bobby Gonzalez, an assistant coach in the University of Virginia men's basketball program for the past year, is the new men's head basketball coach at Manhattan College. His appointment was announced on Friday (March 12). Gonzalez spent the last six years as an assistant coach with Virginia head coach Pete Gillen. He was an assistant with Gillen for one year at Xavier University and for four years at Providence College before coming to Virginia. Prior to joining the staff at Xavier, Gonzalez was an assistant high school coach in New York City at Rice High School from 1991-93 and at St. Nicholas of Tolentine from 1988-91. "I'm excited about coming back to the metropolitan area with an opportunity to run my own program," Gonzalez said. A native of Binghamton, N.Y., Gonzalez was a three-year basketball letter winner at Binghamton High School, where he established the record for career assists. After playing two years of junior college basketball at Broome Community College, Gonzalez moved on to Buffalo State University. At Buffalo State he helped the team earn the number one ranking in Division III as a junior. He served as team captain his senior year. Gonzalez graduated from Buffalo State in 1986 with a degree in communications-broadcast journalism.
Extractions: The top player ratings for Saint John's University, from the 1982-83 season to the 1993-94 season (year listed after player name indicates the season played i.e. '84 represents the '83-'84 season). * - Stats for 83-84 season not available Minimum 100 minutes Jacobs Board - 1. Walter Berry '86 .323 Mark Jackson '86 30.45 2. Mark Jackson '86 .275 Walter Berry '86 29.92 3. Mark Jackson '87 .232 Mark Jackson '87 29.54 4. Walter Berry '85 .231 Chris Mullin '85 29.40 5. Chris Mullin '85 .225 David Cain '93 26.43 6. Shawnelle Scott '94 .224 Malik Sealy '91 26.17 7. Bill Wennington '85 .223 Jason Buchanan '91 25.37 8. Shelton Jones '88 .216 Chris Mullin '83 25.14 9. Shawnelle Scott '93 .206 Malik Sealy '92 24.63 10. Michael Porter '88 .197 Carl Beckett '93 24.46 11. David Cain '93 .188 Greg "Boo" Harvey '90 24.40 12. Charles Minlend '94 .1854 Malik Sealy '90 23.94 13. Carl Beckett '93 .1847 Walter Berry '85 23.35 14. Malik Sealy '90 .183 Jason Buchanan '92 23.33 15. Malik Sealy '91 .182 Mark Jackson '85 23.26 16. Robert Werdann '91 .180 Shelton Jones '88 23.23 17. Jayson Williams '89 .175 Michael Porter '88 23.10 18. Robert Werdann '90 .1690 Shawnelle Scott '94 22.88 19. Shelton Jones '86 .1686 Jayson Williams '89 22.49 20. Chris Mullin '83 .167 Charles Minlend '94 22.40 Jazzy J
Channel 4000 - Charges Filed In Malik Sealy's Death Charges Filed In malik sealy's Death. Phengsene Was Legally Drunk AtTime Of Crash. By Mike Cook, Staff Writer May 24, 2000, 1238 pm CDT. http://www.channel4000.com/sports/twolves/sports-twolves-20000524-163748.html
Extractions: May 24, 2000, 12:38 p.m. CDT Watch The WCCO-TV Report MINNEAPOLIS Charges of criminal vehicular homicide have been filed against a Minneapolis man in connection with the crash that killed Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malik Sealy. Souksangouane Phengsene, 43, was charged Wednesday with three counts of vehicular homicide in connection with the May 20 incident. He is scheduled to make his first appearance in Hennepin County District Court Thursday. "We charged the defendant because he caused the death of Malik Sealy as a result of driving the wrong way and driving with a blood-alcohol concentration almost twice the legal limit," Hennepin County Attorney Amy Klobuchar said. Phengsene is charged under three separate provisions of the state's criminal vehicular homicide law: driving in a grossly negligent manner, driving in a negligent manner while under the influence of alcohol and driving with an alcohol concentration of .10 or greater. Test results showed that Phengsene had a blood-alcohol level of .19 at the time of the crash, nearly double the legal limit of .10. Sealy's blood-alcohol level was .08, Klobuchar said.
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Extractions: A regular worshipper at the Love of Jesus Church in Newark, Rose had sought council from her minister, Pastor Barbara Glanton, and was in the process of getting over the shock of the loss of her sister, when her brother, Earl Burke, 52, suffered a heart attack and died, just one week after the September 11th attacks.
Extractions: (ENS) Minnesota Timberwolves guard Malik Sealy died on May 20, 2000. But his dreamsand those of all the other kids who have shot baskets in driveways and schoolyardslive on in downtown Minneapolis at the Malik Sealy Gym of Dreams at the Church of Gethsemane. On Saturday, April 7, more than 200 people, including Minneapolis Mayor Sharon Sayles Belton, Timberwolves players and coaches, volunteers, and Sealy's brother, wife, and son gathered at the church to dedicate the renovated gymnasium that once served as a practice site for the Minneapolis Lakers basketball team, to Sealy's memoryand as a resource to the neighboring community. The basement gym at Gethsemane had lain largely unused since the Lakers moved to Los Angeles. Then Gethsemane rector Sandye Wilson began inviting children in from the homeless shelter next door to hang out and to shoot baskets. She convinced both the vestry and the administrators of the shelter that the gym should be renovated to provide a safe place for the neighborhood kids to play.
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Extractions: English Premiership football OECS Sports Calendar Packed for Remainder of 1999 The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS) Sports Desk is anything but winding down; in fact, the bulk of the OECS sports calendar is still to be executed in the coming months. Among the upcoming activities are the sub-region's Championships in volleyball, boxing, squash and swimming. Three events are scheduled for St. Lucia. Michael Olliviere, OECS Sports Coordinator, has held a number of meetings with the national governing bodies for boxing and swimming in St. Lucia. The OECS Boxing Championships will be held in late November, while the Swimming Championships are slated for December, at the Rodney Heights Aquatic Centre - currently under construction. Meanwhile, local squash officials indicate that everything is being put in place for the Championships in November. The OECS team to the recent Caribbean tournament suffered a setback when St. Vincent and the Grenadines pulled out unexpectedly, but all squash-playing territories have said that they will attend the Championships.
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Extractions: Malik was named in a "Name the Pups" contest when they first arrived at the Center. The name was submitted in memory of Malik Sealy, a star basketball player for the Minnesota Timberwolves NBA team. Due to his independent personality and curiosity, Malik is often described as an explorer. He can be distinguished from his white-coated brother by the raised cowlick between his eyes and his brightly colored coat. Malik is more dominant than his brother Shadow and currently holds a higher ranking position between the pair, although Shadow looks for any opportunity to get the best of his brother. Adapted to their northern climate, arctic wolves have rounder ears, shorter legs, and shorter muzzles and more heavily furred feet than their southern relatives do. In April of 2001, Malik underwent a full medical exam and weighed in at 86.5 pounds and continues to be a strong, healthy young wolf.
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Extractions: The final four of the Under-Nineteen tournament played last weekend at the Park. On Saturday, Gros Islet and Soufriere played to a goalless draw. Gros Islet advanced to the final 3-2 on penalty kicks. On Sunday evening, Dennery convincingly defeated Anse la Raye 3-1 with two goals coming from the boot of Aaron Flavien and a third from Leviticus Gilbert. BACK TO TOP OF PAGE ... American Basketball Star Set for St. Lucia The Ministry of Tourism and the Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development, Youth and Sports are joining forces with the St. Lucia Amateur Basketball Association to bring professional basketball to the island. Through an activity slated for mid-September, some 300 local players will get the opportunity to rub shoulders with an American professional basketballer.
Ruckers Basketball Tournament Some real greats like Allen Iverson, Stephan Marbury, Joe Smith, Terry Dehere, MalikSealy, and Kevin The Rucker basketball tournaments were started in 1950. http://www.harlemlive.org/community/parks/ruckerpark/
Extractions: Photos by: Shem Rajoon On a hot, sunny day, we were invited to the All-Star Ruckers game by Rucker clothes line promoter Ron Stewart. At the All-Star game there was a slam dunk and a three point shooting contest at Rucker Park on 155th sreet and 8th Ave. Over two hundred people came to cheer on the young contestants. Security was tight throughout the park. The security company used was "Up and Arms Security" who also worked for a spy shop run in Brooklyn, "Tec-One" spy shop. The store is found in the Brooklyn Mall and has been there for about a year and a half. The Up and Arms Security has worked for Rucker since 1994-1995. For the Slam dunk contest, a contestant named Hollywood, did cart wheels then slam dunk the ball into the net. Another contestant named Smiley, did various Slam dunk stunts. He and Hollywood were the best contestants. Hollywood had a hard time getting the ball into the net, but he kept trying . You could tell he did a lot of practicing. In the end, Smiley came in first place and Hollywood came in second. Smiley was not availible for an interview. Hollywood and Smiley both won Black and Silver Rucker gear. But it was the first place Rucker winner, Smiley, who won a year's worth of Rucker gear in black and silver, colors only worn by family and close friends.