Saints boys basketball did not compete in the 2020-21 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.
The Athletic Journey and Impact of Mike Lilley ’22
Coach Myers shares about his playing career and being inducted to the Iron Wall at St. Joseph's
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.
Where Saints Boys Basketball Alumni Have Competed in College...
Adrian Watts ’20 - Middlebury
Malik Velmar ’17 - Bates
Jordan Bonner ’15 - Wesleyan
Myles Stephens ’15 - Princeton
Ben Bentil ’14 - Providence
Austin Tilghman ’14 - Monmouth
Eric Boateng ’05 - Arizona State University
Ned Tippe '68 - Basketball Club Australia