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Rex Walters fired at San Francisco

The San Francisco Dons’ basketball team will be looking for a new head coach very soon as they have just fired Rex Walters. The Dons went 15-15 in the 2015-16 season and missed the NCAA Tournament for the 18th straight season. Walters has spent the last eight seasons with the Dons and has racked up an 126-125 record in his time with the team. He helped lead the team to three postseason...
Via Campus Sports Net
March 09, 2016  |  Discuss

McClain era at UIC begins with close loss to San Francisco

UIC fell short at home Friday against San Francisco in its first game under new head coach Steve McClain. The Flames held a three-point lead entering the final three minutes, but a strong finish by the Dons gave them a 78-75 victory. The Flames stood by McClain’s up-tempo system as the game lasted 80 possessions. UIC had not a regulation game against a Division I opponent go more...
Via The Catch and Shoot
November 14, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Mark Tollefsen's twist on between the legs dunk

Mark Tollefsen joined Arizona as a graduate transfer this offseason. In one of his first appearances at the McKale Center, the 6-foot-8 forward wowed the crowd -- and his teammates -- with a between the legs dunk.Although, Tollefsen has a twist to the impressive slam. He put the ball between his legs after catching a made layup for the contest-winning dunk. He earned a perfect score...
Via FOX Sports
October 18, 2015  |  Discuss

College 2nd baseman makes great diving play

Here’s one of the best infield players you’ll see all season. It was made by Loyola Marymount (Los Angeles, CA) second baseman Cullen Mahoney on a ball hit up the middle by San Francisco Dons first baseman Nik Balog this past weekend. I realize that ESPN isn’t in the business of broadcasting college baseball, but this needs to find its way on to their Plays of the Week segment...
Via It's Always Sunny in Detroit
April 18, 2012  |  1 Comment

San Francisco 90, Pacific Union 38

Justin Raffington set career highs with 15 points and eight rebounds Sunday as San Francisco rolled past winless NAIA opponent Pacific Union 90-38. Raffington was one of six Dons who set or equaled their career-best point totals. Chris Adams (14 points) and Cole Dickerson (13 points, career-high nine rebounds) were among that group. San Francisco (7-3) led 35-3 a little over 12...
Via FOX Sports
December 04, 2011  |  Discuss

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