English remains one of the most legendary players in the storied history of Rams basketball. He is currently fourth in the all-time Rams scoring list with 2,117 career points. He is also currently ranked fifth on the team's all-time rebounding list as well with 872 total rebounds.
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William English is a 2018 OF/RHP with a 6-2 180 lb. frame from Taylor, MI who attends Western International HS. Long and lean athletic build, broad shoulders, projects well physically. 7.00 runner, shows lots of athleticism in the outfield, works through the ball with confidence and solid footwork, compact arm action, has arm strength and makes on line, accurate throws.
Bill English, one of the best basketball players in Winston-Salem State and CIAA history, died Wednesday in Raleigh after a long battle with diabetes and other health problems, his daughter
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2020-2021 Men's Basketball Roster # Full Name Year Ht. Wt. Pos. Major Hometown Previous School; 0: Jackson Golightly: Sr. 6-7: 180: F: English, Public Relations ...
BEVERLY, MA - William P. "Bill" Hayes, 80, high school English teacher and basketball coach, of 33 Sonning Road, Beverly, Mass., passed away on Wednesday, March 7, at his home, surrounded by his...
For that first game of basketball in 1891, Naismith used as goals two half-bushel peach baskets, which gave the sport its name. The students were enthusiastic. After much running and shooting, William R. Chase made a midcourt shot—the only score in that historic contest