ODM Clients

Men

  • Desmond Williams
    Desmond Williams
  • Chris Walters
    Chris Walters
  • Willie Rodriguez
    Willie Rodriguez
  • Anthony Ireland
    Anthony Ireland
    Juventus Utena
  • Ed Nelson
    Ed Nelson
    São José Basketball (Brazil)
  • Jordan Williams
    Jordan Williams
    New Jersey Nets (Former)
  • Doug Wiggins
    Doug Wiggins
    Star Lublin (Poland)

Women

  • Kiah Stokes
    Kiah Stokes
    New York Liberty
  • Jordan Hooper
    Jordan Hooper
    Dallas Wings
  • Stefanie Murphy
    Stefanie Murphy
    Sf. Gheorghe (Romania)
  • Sarah Boothe
    Sarah Boothe
    Kazanochka Kazan (Russia)
  • Latoya Williams
    Latoya Williams
    Dynamo NR (Russia)
  • Johannah Leedham
    Johannah Leedham
    CJM Bourges Basket (France)
Desmond Williams

Desmond Williams
Class: Senior
Hometown: Torrington, Conn.
High School: Torrington

2015-16 Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year
2015-16 First-Team All-Northeast-10 Conference Selection

As a Senior in 2015-16: 2015-16 Stats
Started in all 30 games for the Owls this season…Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year…First-Team All-Northeast-10 Conference Selection…Scored 28 points on 11-of-19 shooting in 28 minutes with 11 rebounds, five assists and two steals in the win over Dominican…Posted 18 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals in the win over Bridgeport…Tallied 18 points and 12 rebounds with six assists and three steals in the win over Adelphi…Posted his third double-double of the year with 23 points and 12 boards with seven assists and two blocks on top in the win over AIC…Tallied a near triple-double with 28 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists and two steals in the win over LIU Post…Scored 18 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished out three assists in the loss to UNH…Filled up the stat sheet with 19 points, 14 rebounds, six assists, three steals and three blocks in the win over Saint Rose…Scored 21 points and added eight rebounds, two assists and three steals in the loss to Holy Family…Posted 12 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals in the win over Saint Michael’s…Tallied 14 points, 11 boards, three assists, three steals and one block in the win over Pace…Notched 10 points, six rebounds, four assists and one steal in the win over Caldwell…Filled the stat sheet with 20 points, seven rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks in the loss to U. Sciences…Posted 19 points, nine rebounds, four assists and one steal in the win over Le Moyne…Had 19 points, seven rebounds, five assists, three steals and one block in the win over Saint Michael’s…Notched a career high 30 points, 13 boards, five assists, four steals and two blocks in the win over Stonehill…Tallied 16 points, 13 rebounds, five assists, five steals and one block in the win over Merrimack…Posted a new career high of 31 points, six assists, three steals, two rebounds and one block in the win over No. 12 Saint Anselm…Scored 17 points with 10 rebounds, nine blocks, three assists and two steals in the win over Southern New Hampshire…Notched 19 points, eight rebounds, two steals, two blocks and one assist in the loss to Franklin Pierce…Had a career high 40 points, 14 rebounds, six assists, four blocks and three steals in the win over Assumption…Posted 36 points, 15 boards, five assists, three steals and one block in the win over Bentley…Tallied 12 points, seven rebounds, five assists, three steals and two blocks in the loss to Bridgeport…Recorded 28 points, 15 rebounds, three blocks, three steals and one assist in the win over Adelphi…Posted 25 points, 12 rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block in the win over AIC…Put up 30 points, nine rebounds, two assists and one steal in the loss to Saint Rose…Notched 23 points, 11 rebounds, two assists and one steal in the win over New Haven…Recorded 20 points, 10 rebounds, five steals, three assists and two blocks in the win over Le Moyne…Posted 30 points, 11 rebounds, two assists and two steals in the win over Pace…Notched 36 points, 11 rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal in the loss to SNHU…Tallied 16 points, eight rebounds, six assists and one steal in the loss to St. Thomas Aquinas.

 

Game Film

Chris Walters

ACCOLADES

  • 2016-17: NABC East All-Region Second Team … D2CCA East All-Region Second Team … Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team … Northeast-10 Player of the Week (Feb. 20) … Northeast-10 Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll
  • 2015-16: Northeast-10 All-Conference Third Team
  • 2014-15: Northeast-10 Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2016-17

  • One of three players to start all 30 contests
  • Ranked second on the team in scoring (18.1 ppg), while leading the squad in rebounding (9.3 rpg), steals (1.3 spg) and blocks (1.9 bpg)
  • Also dished 1.9 assists per game
  • Twice scored a season-high 27 points, including against Adelphi in a Northeast-10 Championship quarterfinal tilt Feb. 26
  • Ripped down a career-best 17 rebounds and blocked a career-high seven shots at AIC on Jan. 7
  • Reached double figures in scoring in all but two contests, including 17 straight to begin the year Nov. 16-Jan. 21
  • Notched nine double-doubles

2015-16

  • Started all 31 games he played in
  • Ranked second on the team in scoring (17.2 ppg) and steals (1.3 spg), while leading the squad in rebounding (9.5 bpg) and blocks (1.7 bpg)
  • Poured in a career-high 31 points against AIC (11-18 FG) on Jan. 10
  • Corralled a season-best 16 rebounds on two occasions, including against Saint Anselm on Feb. 23, when he also blocked a season-high six shots
  • Scored in double figures in 17 straight contests from Jan. 6-March 12
  • Recorded 11 double-doubles

Game Film

Willie Rodriguez

Senior Year (2017-18)

  • Started 29 of 31 games played
  • Averaged 9.2 points and 4.9 rebounds
  • Scored in double figures 11 times, including season-high 23 points at New Hampshire on Jan. 10
  • Scored 20 or more points three times
  • Finished career with 1,391 points and 654 rebounds, both No. 1 during BU’s Division I tenure
  • Played in 116 career games
  • Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English

Junior Year (2016-17)

  • Started 20 of 23 games played
  • Eclipsed 1,000-point mark on January 29 vs. Maine
  • Enters 2017-18 season with 1,105 career points, most in BU’s D-I tenure
  • Named to preseason America East All-Conference team
  • Missed nine of first 10 games due to injury
  • Second in BU scoring with 12.0 points per game and first with 5.5 rebounds per game
  • Reached double figures 13 times, including 11 of his first 16 games
  • Shot 50% from the field (39% from 3-pt.)
  • Converted 73% from FT-line
  • Scored 20 or more points five times
  • Produced two double-doubles (Army, Stony Brook)
  • Averaged 26.7 minutes per game
  • Tallied a season-high 26 points and tied a career-high with 10 field goals vs Maine on Feb. 25, while also hauling in 9 rebounds
  • Grabbed career-high 14 rebounds vs. Stony Brook in America East quarterfinals on March 1
  • Tied a career-high with 10 field goals vs. Maine on Feb. 25

Sophomore Year (2015-16)

  • Started all 30 games
  • Led BU with 15.1 points per game and 6.7 rebounds per game
  • Named to America East All-Conference Third Team
  • Averaged 31.5 minutes per game
  • Reached double figures 26 times, including 15 of the last 16 games
  • Shot 45% from the field, and a team leading 77% from the FT line
  • 4th in the league in scoring and 7th in the league in rebounding
  • Scored 20 or more points seven times
  • Produced four double-doubles (Boston, Mt. St. Mary’s, UNH, Hartford)
  • Career high 27 points vs Central Connecticut and Hartford on Nov. 24 and Feb. 11
  • Grabbed career-high 13 vs. Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 29
  • Made a career-high 10 field goals vs. Maine on Feb. 27
  • Named Wells Fargo LLC, Athlete of the Week on December 1st, averaging 19 points and 7.3 rebounds in three games.

 

Freshman Year (2014-15)

  • Started 30 of 32 games played
  • Led BU with 11.8 points per game and 5.5 rebounds per game
  • Voted Fans Choice America East Player of the Year
  • Named to America East All-Rookie Team
  • Only two freshmen across country averaged more minutes (31.6)
  • America East Rookie of the Week on Dec. 29 and March 1
  • Bumped averages up to 12.7 ppg. and 5.7 rpg. in league play
  • Reached double figures 19 times including 15 of last 19 games
  • Shot 44% from field and 74% from line vs. conference foes
  • Scored 20 or more points four times
  • Produced three double-doubles (Army, Penn, Stony Brook)
  • Season high 25 points vs. Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 22 (8-of-11 FG, 8-10 FT)
  • Grabbed season-high 11 rebounds at Stony Brook on Feb. 21
  • Ranked third in scoring (11th overall) and rebounding (8th overall) among freshmen in America East

Game Film

Anthony Ireland
Juventus Utena

Anthony Ireland (born September 25, 1991) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for Trefl Sopot of the Polish Basketball League.

Anthony Ireland played every game in his tenure at LMU, playing 132 games, starting 125… he was named first-team All-WCC in 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14, making him just the third Lion to win first-team three times… he earned LMU’s first NABC All-District honor in just his second season of college basketball in 2011-12… he was second-team All-NABC as a senior…

Game Film

Anthony Ireland #3 Red Uniform

25pts 3rebs 6 ast 2 stls

Ed Nelson
São José Basketball (Brazil)

Edward Richard Nelson (born March 18, 1982) is an American professional basketball player who most recently played in Brazil for São José Basketball.
Ed Nelson began his college basketball career as a power forward for Georgia Tech[1] in 2001. He won ACC Rookie of the Year award in 2002, an honor he shares with Michael Jordan, Ralph Sampson, Chris Bosh, Chris Paul, and Kenny Anderson. After two years he transferred to the University of Connecticut[2] to be closer to his family. In the summer 2007 Nelson had N.B.A workouts with Memphis Grizzlies, New Orleans Hornets and Toronto Raptors. In 2009, he played for Weber Bahía Estudiantesin the Liga Nacional de Básquet (Argentine first division), where he was the teammate of former NBA point guard Juan Ignacio Sánchez. Nelson was the leading scorer of the Liga Nacional de Básquet in the 2008/2009 season, averaging 20.1 points per game and 8.4 rebounds per game. He played one season for Regatas, one for Quilmes de Mar del Plata and one more in Weber Bahía Estudiantes before becoming a player of Gimnasia Indalo

Jordan Williams
New Jersey Nets (Former)

Jordan Williams is an American professional basketball player. He played two seasons of college basketball for the University of Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball team.

Game Film

Doug Wiggins
Star Lublin (Poland)

28-year-old American has had two very successful seasons. Both spent in Europe. He played in the Portuguese Vitoria Guimaraes, which won the national championship, winning the title of best player in a foreign league. The last game was spent in Finland Salon Vilpas. There he gained an average of sixteen points, four rebounds and six assists per game. In the colors of Salon Vilpas he played 36 matches, during which he spent on the floor an average of 31 minutes, while being the undisputed leader of the team.
Wiggins’ main advantages is its versatility and ability to create games on the pitch.

 

Gam Film

Kiah Stokes
New York Liberty

Kiah Stokes (born March 30, 1993) is an American basketball player for the New York Liberty of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). She chosen by the Liberty with the No.11 pick in the first round of the 2015 WNBA Draft at Mohegan Sun Arena. She played four years at the University of Connecticut where she was part of four consecutive Final Four teams and won three straight national championships [2013-15]. Prior to enrolling at UConn she played for Linn-Mar High School in Marion, Iowa. She played on the USA Basketball U16 National Team, where she helped the team win the FIBA Americas U16 Championship Gold Medal. She is the daughter of former NBA player Greg Stokes.

Jordan Hooper
Dallas Wings

Jordan Hooper (born February 20, 1992) is an American basketball player for the Dallas Wings of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). She was an All-American forward at the college level for the University of Nebraska.

Stefanie Murphy
Sf. Gheorghe (Romania)

Stefanie has an evolved game in his repertoire like the men power forward style. She is not just a simple terrific rebounder. She is a super scorer, she is a player who can score with many ways and she is bringing another dimension in the post position with her tremendous athleticism and basketball skills. Stefanie is a hard worker and eager to learn every single day. She is very coachable and the fact that she enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences is obvious that she has a personality which will help her a lot in the specific sport. She has been called from the Greek National Head Coach after a special request from the Boston College management informing the Hellenic Basketball federation that she is half Greek from her mother’s site.

Sarah Boothe
Kazanochka Kazan (Russia)

Born in Oak Park, Ill. … parents are Mark and Rose Boothe … has two brothers, David and Nathan … comes from a family with a strong athletic background … father played baseball at Northern Illinois from 1978-82, and is the Huskies’ career and single-season leader in batting average, and career leader in on-base percentage … brother David is currently an offensive guard on the Hope College (Mich.) football team … has three uncles who played college football, Dennis Boothe (Northwestern), Richard Boothe (Northwestern) and Steven Boothe (Colorado State) … another uncle, Charles Boothe, was a Division III All-America baseball player at Coe College (Iowa) and played professionally in the San Francisco Giants farm system … two cousins, Amy and Audrey Boothe, were NAIA and Division III All-Americans, respectively, in track … another cousin, Travis Boothe, is currently an offensive tackle on the football team at Illinois Wesleyan … major is undeclared … hobbies include reading, watching movies, and hanging out with friends.

Latoya Williams
Dynamo NR (Russia)

Latoya Williams (born July 18, 1987) is an American women’s basketball player.

College
Latoya Williams attended Chipola Junior College in Florida. Latoya Williams was a WBCA All American for Chipola Lady Indians. She led the Lady Indians to make history by taking third place in the National Junior College Athletic Association Women’s Basketball Tournament

She was named to the NJCAA All Tournament Team along with teammate Marneshia Hall. She scored 71 total points in the tournament and an average of 19.5 points per game. Williams finished first in three point scoring hitting 7 of 8 for an 87.5 percentage

Latoya Williams was a Women’s Basketball Coaches Association All American for Junior Colleges in 2008 and 2009.

Career
After playing for Chipola Junior College, Latoya signed with the MUKS Poznan in Polish 1st division for the 2009-2010 season. She averaged 10.7 points and 6.5 rebounds per game. Latoya started the 2010-11 season playing for Hapoel Tel Aviv where she averaged 12.3 points and 9.3 rebounds before finishing the season with ŽKK Partizan where she won the League and the Cup. Latoya Williams signed with Esperides, in Greek 1st division, during the 2011-12 season and averaged 23.3 points and 14.2 rebounds per game in a spectacular season.

Williams signed with the San Antonio Silver Stars in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) in 2012, but was waived before the season.

Johannah Leedham
CJM Bourges Basket (France)

She was born in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire and started playing basketball at the age of 13. Her father encouraged this new interest, putting a net up on the outside of their house. Jo played with the Ellesmere Port Panthers before gaining a place at Cheshire Academy High School, Connecticut (while playing for them she was New England Prep School Player of the Year in 2005), and, subsequently, Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire, where she became the leading all-time scorer in NCAA Division II with 3050 points.

In April 2010, Jo was drafted by the WNBA’s Connecticut Sun and made her professional debut with Polish club Gorzow. She has spent the 2011-12 campaign in Australia, playing in the WNBL for the national champions Bulleen Boomers under GB head coach Tom Maher. She is part of the squad for the 2012 Summer Olympics. In February 2013 she signed a rookie contract to play for the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA but was ultimately waived on 23 May 2013. In 2013 she signed a two-year deal with Bourges in France.

Desmond Williams

Desmond Williams
Class: Senior
Hometown: Torrington, Conn.
High School: Torrington

2015-16 Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year
2015-16 First-Team All-Northeast-10 Conference Selection

As a Senior in 2015-16: 2015-16 Stats
Started in all 30 games for the Owls this season…Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year…First-Team All-Northeast-10 Conference Selection…Scored 28 points on 11-of-19 shooting in 28 minutes with 11 rebounds, five assists and two steals in the win over Dominican…Posted 18 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals in the win over Bridgeport…Tallied 18 points and 12 rebounds with six assists and three steals in the win over Adelphi…Posted his third double-double of the year with 23 points and 12 boards with seven assists and two blocks on top in the win over AIC…Tallied a near triple-double with 28 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists and two steals in the win over LIU Post…Scored 18 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished out three assists in the loss to UNH…Filled up the stat sheet with 19 points, 14 rebounds, six assists, three steals and three blocks in the win over Saint Rose…Scored 21 points and added eight rebounds, two assists and three steals in the loss to Holy Family…Posted 12 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals in the win over Saint Michael’s…Tallied 14 points, 11 boards, three assists, three steals and one block in the win over Pace…Notched 10 points, six rebounds, four assists and one steal in the win over Caldwell…Filled the stat sheet with 20 points, seven rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks in the loss to U. Sciences…Posted 19 points, nine rebounds, four assists and one steal in the win over Le Moyne…Had 19 points, seven rebounds, five assists, three steals and one block in the win over Saint Michael’s…Notched a career high 30 points, 13 boards, five assists, four steals and two blocks in the win over Stonehill…Tallied 16 points, 13 rebounds, five assists, five steals and one block in the win over Merrimack…Posted a new career high of 31 points, six assists, three steals, two rebounds and one block in the win over No. 12 Saint Anselm…Scored 17 points with 10 rebounds, nine blocks, three assists and two steals in the win over Southern New Hampshire…Notched 19 points, eight rebounds, two steals, two blocks and one assist in the loss to Franklin Pierce…Had a career high 40 points, 14 rebounds, six assists, four blocks and three steals in the win over Assumption…Posted 36 points, 15 boards, five assists, three steals and one block in the win over Bentley…Tallied 12 points, seven rebounds, five assists, three steals and two blocks in the loss to Bridgeport…Recorded 28 points, 15 rebounds, three blocks, three steals and one assist in the win over Adelphi…Posted 25 points, 12 rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block in the win over AIC…Put up 30 points, nine rebounds, two assists and one steal in the loss to Saint Rose…Notched 23 points, 11 rebounds, two assists and one steal in the win over New Haven…Recorded 20 points, 10 rebounds, five steals, three assists and two blocks in the win over Le Moyne…Posted 30 points, 11 rebounds, two assists and two steals in the win over Pace…Notched 36 points, 11 rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal in the loss to SNHU…Tallied 16 points, eight rebounds, six assists and one steal in the loss to St. Thomas Aquinas.

 

Game Film

Chris Walters

ACCOLADES

  • 2016-17: NABC East All-Region Second Team … D2CCA East All-Region Second Team … Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team … Northeast-10 Player of the Week (Feb. 20) … Northeast-10 Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll
  • 2015-16: Northeast-10 All-Conference Third Team
  • 2014-15: Northeast-10 Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2016-17

  • One of three players to start all 30 contests
  • Ranked second on the team in scoring (18.1 ppg), while leading the squad in rebounding (9.3 rpg), steals (1.3 spg) and blocks (1.9 bpg)
  • Also dished 1.9 assists per game
  • Twice scored a season-high 27 points, including against Adelphi in a Northeast-10 Championship quarterfinal tilt Feb. 26
  • Ripped down a career-best 17 rebounds and blocked a career-high seven shots at AIC on Jan. 7
  • Reached double figures in scoring in all but two contests, including 17 straight to begin the year Nov. 16-Jan. 21
  • Notched nine double-doubles

2015-16

  • Started all 31 games he played in
  • Ranked second on the team in scoring (17.2 ppg) and steals (1.3 spg), while leading the squad in rebounding (9.5 bpg) and blocks (1.7 bpg)
  • Poured in a career-high 31 points against AIC (11-18 FG) on Jan. 10
  • Corralled a season-best 16 rebounds on two occasions, including against Saint Anselm on Feb. 23, when he also blocked a season-high six shots
  • Scored in double figures in 17 straight contests from Jan. 6-March 12
  • Recorded 11 double-doubles

Game Film

Willie Rodriguez

Senior Year (2017-18)

  • Started 29 of 31 games played
  • Averaged 9.2 points and 4.9 rebounds
  • Scored in double figures 11 times, including season-high 23 points at New Hampshire on Jan. 10
  • Scored 20 or more points three times
  • Finished career with 1,391 points and 654 rebounds, both No. 1 during BU’s Division I tenure
  • Played in 116 career games
  • Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English

Junior Year (2016-17)

  • Started 20 of 23 games played
  • Eclipsed 1,000-point mark on January 29 vs. Maine
  • Enters 2017-18 season with 1,105 career points, most in BU’s D-I tenure
  • Named to preseason America East All-Conference team
  • Missed nine of first 10 games due to injury
  • Second in BU scoring with 12.0 points per game and first with 5.5 rebounds per game
  • Reached double figures 13 times, including 11 of his first 16 games
  • Shot 50% from the field (39% from 3-pt.)
  • Converted 73% from FT-line
  • Scored 20 or more points five times
  • Produced two double-doubles (Army, Stony Brook)
  • Averaged 26.7 minutes per game
  • Tallied a season-high 26 points and tied a career-high with 10 field goals vs Maine on Feb. 25, while also hauling in 9 rebounds
  • Grabbed career-high 14 rebounds vs. Stony Brook in America East quarterfinals on March 1
  • Tied a career-high with 10 field goals vs. Maine on Feb. 25

Sophomore Year (2015-16)

  • Started all 30 games
  • Led BU with 15.1 points per game and 6.7 rebounds per game
  • Named to America East All-Conference Third Team
  • Averaged 31.5 minutes per game
  • Reached double figures 26 times, including 15 of the last 16 games
  • Shot 45% from the field, and a team leading 77% from the FT line
  • 4th in the league in scoring and 7th in the league in rebounding
  • Scored 20 or more points seven times
  • Produced four double-doubles (Boston, Mt. St. Mary’s, UNH, Hartford)
  • Career high 27 points vs Central Connecticut and Hartford on Nov. 24 and Feb. 11
  • Grabbed career-high 13 vs. Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 29
  • Made a career-high 10 field goals vs. Maine on Feb. 27
  • Named Wells Fargo LLC, Athlete of the Week on December 1st, averaging 19 points and 7.3 rebounds in three games.

 

Freshman Year (2014-15)

  • Started 30 of 32 games played
  • Led BU with 11.8 points per game and 5.5 rebounds per game
  • Voted Fans Choice America East Player of the Year
  • Named to America East All-Rookie Team
  • Only two freshmen across country averaged more minutes (31.6)
  • America East Rookie of the Week on Dec. 29 and March 1
  • Bumped averages up to 12.7 ppg. and 5.7 rpg. in league play
  • Reached double figures 19 times including 15 of last 19 games
  • Shot 44% from field and 74% from line vs. conference foes
  • Scored 20 or more points four times
  • Produced three double-doubles (Army, Penn, Stony Brook)
  • Season high 25 points vs. Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 22 (8-of-11 FG, 8-10 FT)
  • Grabbed season-high 11 rebounds at Stony Brook on Feb. 21
  • Ranked third in scoring (11th overall) and rebounding (8th overall) among freshmen in America East

Game Film

Anthony Ireland
Juventus Utena

Anthony Ireland (born September 25, 1991) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for Trefl Sopot of the Polish Basketball League.

Anthony Ireland played every game in his tenure at LMU, playing 132 games, starting 125… he was named first-team All-WCC in 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14, making him just the third Lion to win first-team three times… he earned LMU’s first NABC All-District honor in just his second season of college basketball in 2011-12… he was second-team All-NABC as a senior…

Game Film

Anthony Ireland #3 Red Uniform

25pts 3rebs 6 ast 2 stls

Ed Nelson
São José Basketball (Brazil)

Edward Richard Nelson (born March 18, 1982) is an American professional basketball player who most recently played in Brazil for São José Basketball.
Ed Nelson began his college basketball career as a power forward for Georgia Tech[1] in 2001. He won ACC Rookie of the Year award in 2002, an honor he shares with Michael Jordan, Ralph Sampson, Chris Bosh, Chris Paul, and Kenny Anderson. After two years he transferred to the University of Connecticut[2] to be closer to his family. In the summer 2007 Nelson had N.B.A workouts with Memphis Grizzlies, New Orleans Hornets and Toronto Raptors. In 2009, he played for Weber Bahía Estudiantesin the Liga Nacional de Básquet (Argentine first division), where he was the teammate of former NBA point guard Juan Ignacio Sánchez. Nelson was the leading scorer of the Liga Nacional de Básquet in the 2008/2009 season, averaging 20.1 points per game and 8.4 rebounds per game. He played one season for Regatas, one for Quilmes de Mar del Plata and one more in Weber Bahía Estudiantes before becoming a player of Gimnasia Indalo

Jordan Williams
New Jersey Nets (Former)

Jordan Williams is an American professional basketball player. He played two seasons of college basketball for the University of Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball team.

Game Film

Doug Wiggins
Star Lublin (Poland)

28-year-old American has had two very successful seasons. Both spent in Europe. He played in the Portuguese Vitoria Guimaraes, which won the national championship, winning the title of best player in a foreign league. The last game was spent in Finland Salon Vilpas. There he gained an average of sixteen points, four rebounds and six assists per game. In the colors of Salon Vilpas he played 36 matches, during which he spent on the floor an average of 31 minutes, while being the undisputed leader of the team.
Wiggins’ main advantages is its versatility and ability to create games on the pitch.

 

Gam Film

Kiah Stokes
New York Liberty

Kiah Stokes (born March 30, 1993) is an American basketball player for the New York Liberty of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). She chosen by the Liberty with the No.11 pick in the first round of the 2015 WNBA Draft at Mohegan Sun Arena. She played four years at the University of Connecticut where she was part of four consecutive Final Four teams and won three straight national championships [2013-15]. Prior to enrolling at UConn she played for Linn-Mar High School in Marion, Iowa. She played on the USA Basketball U16 National Team, where she helped the team win the FIBA Americas U16 Championship Gold Medal. She is the daughter of former NBA player Greg Stokes.

Jordan Hooper
Dallas Wings

Jordan Hooper (born February 20, 1992) is an American basketball player for the Dallas Wings of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). She was an All-American forward at the college level for the University of Nebraska.

Stefanie Murphy
Sf. Gheorghe (Romania)

Stefanie has an evolved game in his repertoire like the men power forward style. She is not just a simple terrific rebounder. She is a super scorer, she is a player who can score with many ways and she is bringing another dimension in the post position with her tremendous athleticism and basketball skills. Stefanie is a hard worker and eager to learn every single day. She is very coachable and the fact that she enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences is obvious that she has a personality which will help her a lot in the specific sport. She has been called from the Greek National Head Coach after a special request from the Boston College management informing the Hellenic Basketball federation that she is half Greek from her mother’s site.

Sarah Boothe
Kazanochka Kazan (Russia)

Born in Oak Park, Ill. … parents are Mark and Rose Boothe … has two brothers, David and Nathan … comes from a family with a strong athletic background … father played baseball at Northern Illinois from 1978-82, and is the Huskies’ career and single-season leader in batting average, and career leader in on-base percentage … brother David is currently an offensive guard on the Hope College (Mich.) football team … has three uncles who played college football, Dennis Boothe (Northwestern), Richard Boothe (Northwestern) and Steven Boothe (Colorado State) … another uncle, Charles Boothe, was a Division III All-America baseball player at Coe College (Iowa) and played professionally in the San Francisco Giants farm system … two cousins, Amy and Audrey Boothe, were NAIA and Division III All-Americans, respectively, in track … another cousin, Travis Boothe, is currently an offensive tackle on the football team at Illinois Wesleyan … major is undeclared … hobbies include reading, watching movies, and hanging out with friends.

Latoya Williams
Dynamo NR (Russia)

Latoya Williams (born July 18, 1987) is an American women’s basketball player.

College
Latoya Williams attended Chipola Junior College in Florida. Latoya Williams was a WBCA All American for Chipola Lady Indians. She led the Lady Indians to make history by taking third place in the National Junior College Athletic Association Women’s Basketball Tournament

She was named to the NJCAA All Tournament Team along with teammate Marneshia Hall. She scored 71 total points in the tournament and an average of 19.5 points per game. Williams finished first in three point scoring hitting 7 of 8 for an 87.5 percentage

Latoya Williams was a Women’s Basketball Coaches Association All American for Junior Colleges in 2008 and 2009.

Career
After playing for Chipola Junior College, Latoya signed with the MUKS Poznan in Polish 1st division for the 2009-2010 season. She averaged 10.7 points and 6.5 rebounds per game. Latoya started the 2010-11 season playing for Hapoel Tel Aviv where she averaged 12.3 points and 9.3 rebounds before finishing the season with ŽKK Partizan where she won the League and the Cup. Latoya Williams signed with Esperides, in Greek 1st division, during the 2011-12 season and averaged 23.3 points and 14.2 rebounds per game in a spectacular season.

Williams signed with the San Antonio Silver Stars in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) in 2012, but was waived before the season.

Johannah Leedham
CJM Bourges Basket (France)

She was born in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire and started playing basketball at the age of 13. Her father encouraged this new interest, putting a net up on the outside of their house. Jo played with the Ellesmere Port Panthers before gaining a place at Cheshire Academy High School, Connecticut (while playing for them she was New England Prep School Player of the Year in 2005), and, subsequently, Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire, where she became the leading all-time scorer in NCAA Division II with 3050 points.

In April 2010, Jo was drafted by the WNBA’s Connecticut Sun and made her professional debut with Polish club Gorzow. She has spent the 2011-12 campaign in Australia, playing in the WNBL for the national champions Bulleen Boomers under GB head coach Tom Maher. She is part of the squad for the 2012 Summer Olympics. In February 2013 she signed a rookie contract to play for the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA but was ultimately waived on 23 May 2013. In 2013 she signed a two-year deal with Bourges in France.

Desmond Williams

Desmond Williams
Class: Senior
Hometown: Torrington, Conn.
High School: Torrington

2015-16 Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year
2015-16 First-Team All-Northeast-10 Conference Selection

As a Senior in 2015-16: 2015-16 Stats
Started in all 30 games for the Owls this season…Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year…First-Team All-Northeast-10 Conference Selection…Scored 28 points on 11-of-19 shooting in 28 minutes with 11 rebounds, five assists and two steals in the win over Dominican…Posted 18 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals in the win over Bridgeport…Tallied 18 points and 12 rebounds with six assists and three steals in the win over Adelphi…Posted his third double-double of the year with 23 points and 12 boards with seven assists and two blocks on top in the win over AIC…Tallied a near triple-double with 28 points, 10 rebounds, nine assists and two steals in the win over LIU Post…Scored 18 points, grabbed nine rebounds and dished out three assists in the loss to UNH…Filled up the stat sheet with 19 points, 14 rebounds, six assists, three steals and three blocks in the win over Saint Rose…Scored 21 points and added eight rebounds, two assists and three steals in the loss to Holy Family…Posted 12 points, five rebounds, four assists and two steals in the win over Saint Michael’s…Tallied 14 points, 11 boards, three assists, three steals and one block in the win over Pace…Notched 10 points, six rebounds, four assists and one steal in the win over Caldwell…Filled the stat sheet with 20 points, seven rebounds, three assists, two steals and two blocks in the loss to U. Sciences…Posted 19 points, nine rebounds, four assists and one steal in the win over Le Moyne…Had 19 points, seven rebounds, five assists, three steals and one block in the win over Saint Michael’s…Notched a career high 30 points, 13 boards, five assists, four steals and two blocks in the win over Stonehill…Tallied 16 points, 13 rebounds, five assists, five steals and one block in the win over Merrimack…Posted a new career high of 31 points, six assists, three steals, two rebounds and one block in the win over No. 12 Saint Anselm…Scored 17 points with 10 rebounds, nine blocks, three assists and two steals in the win over Southern New Hampshire…Notched 19 points, eight rebounds, two steals, two blocks and one assist in the loss to Franklin Pierce…Had a career high 40 points, 14 rebounds, six assists, four blocks and three steals in the win over Assumption…Posted 36 points, 15 boards, five assists, three steals and one block in the win over Bentley…Tallied 12 points, seven rebounds, five assists, three steals and two blocks in the loss to Bridgeport…Recorded 28 points, 15 rebounds, three blocks, three steals and one assist in the win over Adelphi…Posted 25 points, 12 rebounds, three assists, two steals and one block in the win over AIC…Put up 30 points, nine rebounds, two assists and one steal in the loss to Saint Rose…Notched 23 points, 11 rebounds, two assists and one steal in the win over New Haven…Recorded 20 points, 10 rebounds, five steals, three assists and two blocks in the win over Le Moyne…Posted 30 points, 11 rebounds, two assists and two steals in the win over Pace…Notched 36 points, 11 rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal in the loss to SNHU…Tallied 16 points, eight rebounds, six assists and one steal in the loss to St. Thomas Aquinas.

 

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Chris Walters

ACCOLADES

  • 2016-17: NABC East All-Region Second Team … D2CCA East All-Region Second Team … Northeast-10 All-Conference First Team … Northeast-10 Player of the Week (Feb. 20) … Northeast-10 Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll
  • 2015-16: Northeast-10 All-Conference Third Team
  • 2014-15: Northeast-10 Spring Commissioner’s Honor Roll

2016-17

  • One of three players to start all 30 contests
  • Ranked second on the team in scoring (18.1 ppg), while leading the squad in rebounding (9.3 rpg), steals (1.3 spg) and blocks (1.9 bpg)
  • Also dished 1.9 assists per game
  • Twice scored a season-high 27 points, including against Adelphi in a Northeast-10 Championship quarterfinal tilt Feb. 26
  • Ripped down a career-best 17 rebounds and blocked a career-high seven shots at AIC on Jan. 7
  • Reached double figures in scoring in all but two contests, including 17 straight to begin the year Nov. 16-Jan. 21
  • Notched nine double-doubles

2015-16

  • Started all 31 games he played in
  • Ranked second on the team in scoring (17.2 ppg) and steals (1.3 spg), while leading the squad in rebounding (9.5 bpg) and blocks (1.7 bpg)
  • Poured in a career-high 31 points against AIC (11-18 FG) on Jan. 10
  • Corralled a season-best 16 rebounds on two occasions, including against Saint Anselm on Feb. 23, when he also blocked a season-high six shots
  • Scored in double figures in 17 straight contests from Jan. 6-March 12
  • Recorded 11 double-doubles

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Willie Rodriguez

Senior Year (2017-18)

  • Started 29 of 31 games played
  • Averaged 9.2 points and 4.9 rebounds
  • Scored in double figures 11 times, including season-high 23 points at New Hampshire on Jan. 10
  • Scored 20 or more points three times
  • Finished career with 1,391 points and 654 rebounds, both No. 1 during BU’s Division I tenure
  • Played in 116 career games
  • Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in English

Junior Year (2016-17)

  • Started 20 of 23 games played
  • Eclipsed 1,000-point mark on January 29 vs. Maine
  • Enters 2017-18 season with 1,105 career points, most in BU’s D-I tenure
  • Named to preseason America East All-Conference team
  • Missed nine of first 10 games due to injury
  • Second in BU scoring with 12.0 points per game and first with 5.5 rebounds per game
  • Reached double figures 13 times, including 11 of his first 16 games
  • Shot 50% from the field (39% from 3-pt.)
  • Converted 73% from FT-line
  • Scored 20 or more points five times
  • Produced two double-doubles (Army, Stony Brook)
  • Averaged 26.7 minutes per game
  • Tallied a season-high 26 points and tied a career-high with 10 field goals vs Maine on Feb. 25, while also hauling in 9 rebounds
  • Grabbed career-high 14 rebounds vs. Stony Brook in America East quarterfinals on March 1
  • Tied a career-high with 10 field goals vs. Maine on Feb. 25

Sophomore Year (2015-16)

  • Started all 30 games
  • Led BU with 15.1 points per game and 6.7 rebounds per game
  • Named to America East All-Conference Third Team
  • Averaged 31.5 minutes per game
  • Reached double figures 26 times, including 15 of the last 16 games
  • Shot 45% from the field, and a team leading 77% from the FT line
  • 4th in the league in scoring and 7th in the league in rebounding
  • Scored 20 or more points seven times
  • Produced four double-doubles (Boston, Mt. St. Mary’s, UNH, Hartford)
  • Career high 27 points vs Central Connecticut and Hartford on Nov. 24 and Feb. 11
  • Grabbed career-high 13 vs. Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 29
  • Made a career-high 10 field goals vs. Maine on Feb. 27
  • Named Wells Fargo LLC, Athlete of the Week on December 1st, averaging 19 points and 7.3 rebounds in three games.

 

Freshman Year (2014-15)

  • Started 30 of 32 games played
  • Led BU with 11.8 points per game and 5.5 rebounds per game
  • Voted Fans Choice America East Player of the Year
  • Named to America East All-Rookie Team
  • Only two freshmen across country averaged more minutes (31.6)
  • America East Rookie of the Week on Dec. 29 and March 1
  • Bumped averages up to 12.7 ppg. and 5.7 rpg. in league play
  • Reached double figures 19 times including 15 of last 19 games
  • Shot 44% from field and 74% from line vs. conference foes
  • Scored 20 or more points four times
  • Produced three double-doubles (Army, Penn, Stony Brook)
  • Season high 25 points vs. Mount St. Mary’s on Dec. 22 (8-of-11 FG, 8-10 FT)
  • Grabbed season-high 11 rebounds at Stony Brook on Feb. 21
  • Ranked third in scoring (11th overall) and rebounding (8th overall) among freshmen in America East

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Anthony Ireland
Juventus Utena

Anthony Ireland (born September 25, 1991) is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for Trefl Sopot of the Polish Basketball League.

Anthony Ireland played every game in his tenure at LMU, playing 132 games, starting 125… he was named first-team All-WCC in 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14, making him just the third Lion to win first-team three times… he earned LMU’s first NABC All-District honor in just his second season of college basketball in 2011-12… he was second-team All-NABC as a senior…

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Anthony Ireland #3 Red Uniform

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Ed Nelson
São José Basketball (Brazil)

Edward Richard Nelson (born March 18, 1982) is an American professional basketball player who most recently played in Brazil for São José Basketball.
Ed Nelson began his college basketball career as a power forward for Georgia Tech[1] in 2001. He won ACC Rookie of the Year award in 2002, an honor he shares with Michael Jordan, Ralph Sampson, Chris Bosh, Chris Paul, and Kenny Anderson. After two years he transferred to the University of Connecticut[2] to be closer to his family. In the summer 2007 Nelson had N.B.A workouts with Memphis Grizzlies, New Orleans Hornets and Toronto Raptors. In 2009, he played for Weber Bahía Estudiantesin the Liga Nacional de Básquet (Argentine first division), where he was the teammate of former NBA point guard Juan Ignacio Sánchez. Nelson was the leading scorer of the Liga Nacional de Básquet in the 2008/2009 season, averaging 20.1 points per game and 8.4 rebounds per game. He played one season for Regatas, one for Quilmes de Mar del Plata and one more in Weber Bahía Estudiantes before becoming a player of Gimnasia Indalo

Jordan Williams
New Jersey Nets (Former)

Jordan Williams is an American professional basketball player. He played two seasons of college basketball for the University of Maryland Terrapins men’s basketball team.

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Doug Wiggins
Star Lublin (Poland)

28-year-old American has had two very successful seasons. Both spent in Europe. He played in the Portuguese Vitoria Guimaraes, which won the national championship, winning the title of best player in a foreign league. The last game was spent in Finland Salon Vilpas. There he gained an average of sixteen points, four rebounds and six assists per game. In the colors of Salon Vilpas he played 36 matches, during which he spent on the floor an average of 31 minutes, while being the undisputed leader of the team.
Wiggins’ main advantages is its versatility and ability to create games on the pitch.

 

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Kiah Stokes
New York Liberty

Kiah Stokes (born March 30, 1993) is an American basketball player for the New York Liberty of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). She chosen by the Liberty with the No.11 pick in the first round of the 2015 WNBA Draft at Mohegan Sun Arena. She played four years at the University of Connecticut where she was part of four consecutive Final Four teams and won three straight national championships [2013-15]. Prior to enrolling at UConn she played for Linn-Mar High School in Marion, Iowa. She played on the USA Basketball U16 National Team, where she helped the team win the FIBA Americas U16 Championship Gold Medal. She is the daughter of former NBA player Greg Stokes.

Jordan Hooper
Dallas Wings

Jordan Hooper (born February 20, 1992) is an American basketball player for the Dallas Wings of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA). She was an All-American forward at the college level for the University of Nebraska.

Stefanie Murphy
Sf. Gheorghe (Romania)

Stefanie has an evolved game in his repertoire like the men power forward style. She is not just a simple terrific rebounder. She is a super scorer, she is a player who can score with many ways and she is bringing another dimension in the post position with her tremendous athleticism and basketball skills. Stefanie is a hard worker and eager to learn every single day. She is very coachable and the fact that she enrolled in the School of Arts and Sciences is obvious that she has a personality which will help her a lot in the specific sport. She has been called from the Greek National Head Coach after a special request from the Boston College management informing the Hellenic Basketball federation that she is half Greek from her mother’s site.

Sarah Boothe
Kazanochka Kazan (Russia)

Born in Oak Park, Ill. … parents are Mark and Rose Boothe … has two brothers, David and Nathan … comes from a family with a strong athletic background … father played baseball at Northern Illinois from 1978-82, and is the Huskies’ career and single-season leader in batting average, and career leader in on-base percentage … brother David is currently an offensive guard on the Hope College (Mich.) football team … has three uncles who played college football, Dennis Boothe (Northwestern), Richard Boothe (Northwestern) and Steven Boothe (Colorado State) … another uncle, Charles Boothe, was a Division III All-America baseball player at Coe College (Iowa) and played professionally in the San Francisco Giants farm system … two cousins, Amy and Audrey Boothe, were NAIA and Division III All-Americans, respectively, in track … another cousin, Travis Boothe, is currently an offensive tackle on the football team at Illinois Wesleyan … major is undeclared … hobbies include reading, watching movies, and hanging out with friends.

Latoya Williams
Dynamo NR (Russia)

Latoya Williams (born July 18, 1987) is an American women’s basketball player.

College
Latoya Williams attended Chipola Junior College in Florida. Latoya Williams was a WBCA All American for Chipola Lady Indians. She led the Lady Indians to make history by taking third place in the National Junior College Athletic Association Women’s Basketball Tournament

She was named to the NJCAA All Tournament Team along with teammate Marneshia Hall. She scored 71 total points in the tournament and an average of 19.5 points per game. Williams finished first in three point scoring hitting 7 of 8 for an 87.5 percentage

Latoya Williams was a Women’s Basketball Coaches Association All American for Junior Colleges in 2008 and 2009.

Career
After playing for Chipola Junior College, Latoya signed with the MUKS Poznan in Polish 1st division for the 2009-2010 season. She averaged 10.7 points and 6.5 rebounds per game. Latoya started the 2010-11 season playing for Hapoel Tel Aviv where she averaged 12.3 points and 9.3 rebounds before finishing the season with ŽKK Partizan where she won the League and the Cup. Latoya Williams signed with Esperides, in Greek 1st division, during the 2011-12 season and averaged 23.3 points and 14.2 rebounds per game in a spectacular season.

Williams signed with the San Antonio Silver Stars in the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) in 2012, but was waived before the season.

Johannah Leedham
CJM Bourges Basket (France)

She was born in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire and started playing basketball at the age of 13. Her father encouraged this new interest, putting a net up on the outside of their house. Jo played with the Ellesmere Port Panthers before gaining a place at Cheshire Academy High School, Connecticut (while playing for them she was New England Prep School Player of the Year in 2005), and, subsequently, Franklin Pierce University in Rindge, New Hampshire, where she became the leading all-time scorer in NCAA Division II with 3050 points.

In April 2010, Jo was drafted by the WNBA’s Connecticut Sun and made her professional debut with Polish club Gorzow. She has spent the 2011-12 campaign in Australia, playing in the WNBL for the national champions Bulleen Boomers under GB head coach Tom Maher. She is part of the squad for the 2012 Summer Olympics. In February 2013 she signed a rookie contract to play for the Connecticut Sun of the WNBA but was ultimately waived on 23 May 2013. In 2013 she signed a two-year deal with Bourges in France.