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Lakeland’s Daniels getting on to court at Division III Gallaudet

By David Driver

GallaudetWASHINGTON, D.C. – Shawn Daniels stood near midcourt in the final seconds of a recent college basketball game in the nation’s capital, and the freshman guard clapped his hands excitedly as a referee’s call went in favor of a teammate.

But most of the several hundred fans in attendance at the NCAA Division III contest couldn’t hear those hands being clapped by the Lakeland High graduate.

Read more: http://www.theledger.com/sports/20180205/lakelands-daniels-getting-on-to-court-at-division-iii-gallaudet

Source: The Ledger

Silent Basketball Challenge to bring hearing and non-hearing players together to gain understanding of deaf sport challenges

By Chris Young

2018 Deaf Australian GamesFROM day one, Sam Quinn resolved to never let his deafness get in the way of his basketball ambition.

The four-time Deaflympian, who has been involved with the Australian Goannas for more than 20 years, has long been a role model for players, both hearing and deaf.

Read more: http://www.bordermail.com.au/story/5182645/four-time-deaflympian-sam-quinn-to-lead-silent-basketball-challenge/

Source: The Border Mail

Deaf Club Basketball - January 9

Saturday, January 6, 2018

Florida SpartansFlorida Spartans hosted a 10-team double elimination tournament last Saturday. FSAD Bombers defeated Hoopstars 56-47 to win the tournament championship.

The tournament was mentioned in The St. Augustine Record - link to article.


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DIBF Referee Antonios Koutsoumaris honored

dibfGREECE – Congratulations to our DIBF Referee Antonios Koutsoumaris who was honored during the annual celebration of Thessaloniki Basketball Refereeing Association on 3 January 2018 for his earned referee services at the 2017 Summer Deaflympics Basketball in Samsun, Turkey.

Antonios, from Thessaloniki, Greece, since 2007 DIBF Referee and his twice nominated Deaflympics times as referee, led sovereign and smooth many matches in preliminary and final rounds in the Deaflympics, as well the women bronze medal game.

Extract from the Tsiotras Blog:
“More than 200 guests honored their attendance at the cutting of the Basilopite of Thessaloniki Basketball Refereeing Association that took place last night at the M2 Building’s Foyer at the Thessaloniki Concert Hall. A special moment was the moment honored by Antonis Koutsoumaris, who was the referee in the 2017 Deaflympics.“

Links:
Tsiotras Blog
SDKTH Article
EKASTH Article
YouTube Video (as of 7:40min)

Reprinted from DIBF - http://www.dibf.org/2018/01/09/dibf-referee-antonios-koutsoumaris-honored/

Whitworth men's basketball welcomes Gallaudet University to the Fieldhouse

By Femi Abebefe

GallaudetFriday night, the Whitworth Pirates men's basketball team welcomed a unique visitor to the Fieldhouse. Gallaudet University is a federally chartered private school in Washington, D.C., for the deaf and hard of hearing.

The entire team and coaching staff is either deaf or hard of hearing, with the exception of the equipment manager who serves as the team's interpreter. Despite what some might think is a disadvantage, the Bison are a successful basketball program--coming off a record-breaking 20-6 season just last year. Whether it's trying to communicate with each other or the officials, the Bison are more than up for the challenge.

Read more & view video: http://www.khq.com/story/36876107/whitworth-mens-basketball-welcomes-gallaudet-university-to-the-fieldhouse

Source: KHQ

Defending Conference Champion Morrisville State College Picked First in 2017-18 NEAC Men's Basketball Preseason Poll

GallaudetGallaudet University closes out the top five with 127 points. The Bison, who received the final first-place vote, are coming off the best season in program history. In 2016-17, head coach Kevin Kovacs led his team to a 20-6 overall mark and the NEAC Regular Season Title. The Bison return two NEAC All-Conference players in Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) and Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) to help lead a team that will be challenged in non-conference games against the likes of Whitman College and George Fox early in the year.

Read more: http://www.neacsports.com/sports/mbkb/2017-18/releases/MOR_2017-18_MBB_Preseason_Poll

Source: North Eastern Athletic Conference

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