The University of Maine has put its name on the map through their international recruiting over the last years. Till Gloger, who comes from Germany, is one of their international freshmen this season. Here is what the Power Forward has to tell us in today’s Living in America edition.
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In our Living in America series, we spoke with the Swedish forward Elias Desport today. He decided to go a different way than most of the Swedish prospects who signed in Southern Europe and went to the East Coast of the United States to play with St. Peter’s in Jersey City.
January 31st, 2013 · No Comments
In the second part of our Living in America series, we spoke with the Georgian guard Duda Sanadze who has arrived to San Diego this summer.
March 13th, 2012 · No Comments
This weekend were the last finals of the different Conference Tournaments in NCAA Division 1 Basketball. We take a quick look at what we could learn of the performances of some European players that were active in the different games.
January 31st, 2012 · 2 Comments
The NCAA option remains a very interesting career choice for a lot of German players. Malte Ziegenhagen is an atypical guard from Berlin who is currently in his freshman season with the Tulane Green Wave. Read below what the 1m95 tall Berlin native has to tell.
January 28th, 2012 · No Comments
The Polish forward Tomasz Gielo is a member of the highly talented 1993 generation from the Eastern European country. The 2m04 tall player made a very early commitment to play NCAA Basketball for the Liberty Flames which came a bit by surprise to some people. We spoke to Tomasz on what motivated him to take [...]
January 24th, 2012 · 1 Comment
We start our 2011-2012 season of the Living in America series with the Belgian inside player Thomas de Thaey. He is the first freshman that we portray through a little interview and more of this kind will come in the next days and weeks.
December 15th, 2011 · No Comments
Like any other Connecticut resident, Aaron Torres grew up living and breathing University of Connecticut athletics. After attending UConn and beginning a career as a young sportswriter, Torres has continued his passion for UConn basketball and explores the 2011 NCAA National Men’s Basketball Champions is his book, “The Unlikeliest Champion.”
April 4th, 2011 · 4 Comments
With two Germans (Niels Giffey, Enosch Wolf) in the race to win the National Championship of NCAA Basketball tonight, I was looking backwards to see how many Europeans have so far won this trophy and what they are up to at the moment. This list is certainly not complete and it will be updated throughout [...]
April 3rd, 2011 · 4 Comments
With the NCAA Tournament coming to an end, it is about time to make an update on some of the Europeans involved in College Basketball as well as on what are the latest news in Recruiting and concerning the NBA Draft.
Tags: Anatoly Boise·Enosch Wolf·Jon Diebler·Jonathan Gilling·Keelan Cairns·Kilian Cato·Matthew Bryan-Amaning·NCAA·Niels Giffey·Nikola Vucevic·Noam Laish·Patrick Heckmann·Przemyslaw Karnowski·Rihards Kuksiks·Simeon Esprit·Tyler Zeller·Vlad Moldoveanu·William Howard
March 17th, 2011 · No Comments
The NCAA College Basketball Tournament started last Thursday with the first games of the Round of the last 64. If you have already filled your bracket or want to do some last-minute March Madness betting, it is about time. We give you the road map to follow all the Europeans that have remained in the [...]
Tags: Alex Vouyoukas·Deniz Kiliçli·Dogus Balbay·Elias Harris·Enosch Wolf·Greg Somogyi·Jeffery Taylor·Karam Mashour·Kyryl Natyazhko·Mathis Keita·Mathis Mönninghoff·NCAA·Niels Giffey·Sandi Marcius·TJ di Leo·Will Yeguete
February 8th, 2011 · 3 Comments
With the March Madness approaching and the Conference games in full effect, it is time to make an update on the Europeans playing currently in the NCAA. Additionally, we give a little update on some of the most interesting news in terms of European Recruiting.
January 27th, 2011 · No Comments
We continue our series on European Freshmen today with an interview with the Swedish Christopher Czerapowicz. After having lead the Swedish U18 National Team to Division A in 2009, the guard/forward had a major role on the U20 team this summer that won the Silver Medal and the promotion to A Division.
January 19th, 2011 · No Comments
In our series about European Freshmen in the NCAA, we talk today to the German big guy Justin Raffington who came to the University of San Francisco after his years at Urspring.
January 12th, 2011 · No Comments
One of the most interesting German prospects has made the step to play College Basketball this summer. After Elias Harris in 2009, the summer of 2010 saw Niels Giffey move from ALBA Berlin to UConn and have some interesting impact right from the start. We spoke with Giffey about his current situation and what his [...]
December 21st, 2010 · No Comments
It is not the classic Basketball territory that Alasdair “Ali” Fraser is coming from. The 2m01 tall big guy is born in Falkirk/Scotland and plays this season a very interesting role with the Maine Black Bears in the America East Conference. He even got honored with a Rookie of the Week Award after his 10pts, [...]
December 2nd, 2010 · 1 Comment
After having spent several seasons with the Norwegian team Asker Aliens, the 1990 born forward decided to move over the Atlantic Ocean and play College Basketball. Aksel Bolin spoke to europeanprospects.com these days about his choice and what we can expect from him in the next years.
November 29th, 2010 · No Comments
We start the Living in America season again this winter and we present some European-born NCAA College Freshmen that have arrived in the United States this summer. To start the series, we take a look at one of the more unknown players, the 1990 born Lithuanian Forward Eividas Petrulis.
October 10th, 2010 · No Comments
The NCAA season 2010/2011 is approaching so it is about time to take a look what happened this summer in College basketball in relation with European talent. We go over the main players recruited from the 2010 class and take a look forward to the Class of 2011 and 2012.
Tags: Anthony Drmic·Enes Kanter·Igor Hadziomerovic·Mateusz Ponitka·Mathis Keita·Mathis Mönninghoff·NCAA·Nemanja Bezbradica·Niels Giffey·Piotr Niedzwiedzki·Przemyslaw Karnowski·Tomasz Gielo·Torgrim Sommerfeldt
July 31st, 2010 · No Comments
After the huge number of College coaches present at the U17 World Championship in Hamburg, it was a matter of time before the first information leaked out about potential European names heading to College. Next to the interest generated by Mateusz Ponitka from Poland, we heard that Nemanja Bezbradica was on the list of several [...]