Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Brescia University Signs Blake Donavan, Zach McDaniel for 2016-17

Brescia University has signed two more players for 2016-17.

New head coach Brian Skortz has added Lloyd Memorial High School point guard Black Donavan and Virginia-Wise transfer Zach McDaniel.

Blake Donavan, Lloyd Memorial High School

Head Coach Brian Skortz announces the signing of Blake Donavan, a point guard from Lloyd Memorial HS. Donavon averaged 8.5ppg and 8.3apg at Lloyd Memorial. He was also selected to the NCKC All Conference 1st Team and was named to the 34th District All Tournament Team. "We are excited to have Blake a part of the Bearcat family. He is a true point guard and will bring added depth to the program. He has a knack of finding the open guy and is quick to the basket in penetration. He has a great work ethic and we are excited he is coming to Brescia." commented Coach Skortz

Zach McDaniel, University of Virginia Wise (South Warren High School)

Brescia University Men's Basketball Coach Brian Skortz announces the addition of Zach McDaniel, a 6-foot-7 forward from the University of Virginia Wise,. A native of Bowling Green, KY., McDaniel recently signed a letter of intent to continue his education and basketball career at Brescia University. "We are excited to have Zach join our program," said Coach Skortz. "With his skill, versatility, and leadership, I believe he has an opportunity to make an immediate impact in our program." "Zach's style of play fits into our philosophies here. Zach has played with some of our current players through AAU and at his time at South Warren H.S. he has some chemistry already with some of the guys and will fit right in from day one with the team." Skortz also states. During McDaniel's playing career at South Warren, Zach avgeraged 16.1 ppg 7.8 reb. McDaniel then went to a Prep School at Hargrave Military Academy where he averaged 14.2 ppg 7.1 reb before signing at NCAA Div II School Virginia Wise. At UV-Wise McDaniel averaged 2ppg and 2rpg during his freshman year.

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