About Head Coach Terrell Myers
Coach Myers played basketball for Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia, PA from 1993 to 1997. After college, Coach Myers went on to a successful professional basketball career in Europe, playing in the British Basketball League for the Sheffield Sharks and winning the BBL Trophy in 1998, the League Championship in 1999, and the BBL Cup in 2000. He was named the BBL Player of the Year 1998-99 (during which season he averaged 23.5 PPG), the BBL Cup MVP in 1999, and was a four-time All-Star. Coach Myers went on to play basketball in Spain for various teams, and while there earned a degree in Spanish at the University of Girona. He also started a non-profit organization that provides Spanish speaking students with the opportunity to attend high school in the United States.
A total of 13 Saints were named to the DISC All-Conference teams following the winter sports season.
A look back at the Saints accomplishments on and off the field.
One of the consistent themes in the state tournament runs by boys soccer, basketball, and lacrosse this year was Jake Kelly's ’22 defense.
Where Saints Boys Basketball Alumni Have Competed in College...
Adrian Watts ’20 - Middlebury College
- Became the 6th player in SAS history to score 1,000 career points.
Malik Velmar ’17 - Bates College
Jordan Bonner ’15 - Wesleyan University
- Served as captain for his senior season and was named the NESCAC Defensive Player of the Year his senior year.
- Became 24th player in program history at Wesleyan to score 1,000 career points.
- Started the Cardinal Community Classic at Wesleyan University to raise money to support cancer patients with financial needs.
Myles Stephens ’15 - Princeton University
- Currently playing professionally for Crailsheim Merlins in the BBL (Germany). Has made stops in the BNXT League (Netherlands), Korisliiga (Finland) and German ProB (Germany).
- 1st Team All-Ivy selection (’18-’19) while leading the Tigers in rebounding (6.4 per game) and was second in scoring (13.6 per game). Reached 1,000 career points his senior season.
- Named Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year and the Ivy League Tournament Most Outstanding Player his sophomore season.
Ben Bentil ’14 - Providence College
- Selected by the Boston Celtics with the 51st overall pick in the 2016 NBA Draft. Made his NBA debut with the Dallas Mavericks in 2017.
- Currently playing in the Turkish BSL with Bahcesehir Koleji. Has made stops in Greek Basket League, Bilbao Basket (Spain), and LNB Pro A (France).
- Named AP Honorable Mention All-American during his sophomore season when he led the Big East with 21.1 PPG, field goals made (246) and free throws made (194).
- Named 1st Team All-Big East and the conference's Most Improved Player.
- Led Providence to a national ranking and a #9 seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament
- One of five finalists for prestigious 2016 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Center of the Year Award
Austin Tilghman ’14 - Monmouth University
- Named MAAC Sixth Man of the Year (’16-’17) his senior season after leading Monmouth in rebounding (5.9 RPG).
- Starred alongside Ben Bentil ’14 at St. Andrew's.
Eric Boateng ’05 - Arizona State University
- Professional career includes time in the NBA D-League, the Greek Basket League, the BBL (Germany), LA Union (Argentina), ADA Blois and in the NM1 (France). He has been a regular for Great Britain's team since 2006.
- Currently a member of the British Olympic Association's Athletes' Commission.
- Was a McDonald's All-American at ASU along with teammate James Harden
- Gatorade State Player of the Year in Delaware (2005)
Ned Tippe '68 - Basketball Club Australia