Two basketball stars from Lycoming will play on the USA East Coast Basketball All-Star Team, which was announced last weekend.
The two warriors on the list are Mo Terry and Dyson Harvard.
Terry, a 6-foot-4 forward, helped Lycoming to three straight MAC Championship games. He averaged 11.3 points per game, 5.4 rebounds per game, and 2.0 assists per game. He played 25 games, starting in 24, and averaged 1.2 steals per game.
Harward, a 6-7 forward, played at Danville before helping Lycoming to success the past three seasons. He started all 27 games last year and averaged a double-double with 13.1 points and 11.6 rebounds per game. He also shot 46% from the field.
The remaining roster includes Will Jeffress of Pittsburgh, Matthew Kelly of Assumption, Nate Santos of Pittsburgh, Ethan McEachern of Rochester, James Taylor of Mercy, Jordon Jefferson of Arkansas Little Rock, Aundre Hyatt of Rutgers, Noah MccDavid of Tarleton State, Ebby Assamoah of Delaware, Panayiotis Pavlidis of Molloy and Arkansas Little. Nigel John of Rock.
The team will play in Athens, Greece, and will be coached by Darrell Walker of the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, who was also an NBA champion with the Chicago Bulls in 1993.
The team will have a two-day training camp at Columbia before traveling to Athens to take on some of Greece’s top professional teams. Team USA is made up of players from all three levels of NCAA basketball. Walker has coached at the Division I, Division II, WNBA and NBA levels during his career.
Walker’s assistant will be former Lycoming coach Guy Rancourt, who currently coaches Western Connecticut State Doug Thibault and Mark Marino.
USA East Coast Basketball was founded in the summer of 2006.