Hannaway selected for national all-star game

By Doug Fitzgerald & McCarthy Sports published April 6, 2007

Patrick Hannaway of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was one of 60 players chosen to play in the inaugural Collegiate Basketball Invitational in Wadsworth, Ohio on April 19-21, McCarthy Sports announced Friday.


The invitational will gather the finest 60 senior men's basketball players from all of National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II and Division III and National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).


The event will take place at Wadsworth High School in Wadsworth, Ohio, and will consist of six teams of 10 players in a double elimination tournament. Two sessions of two games each will be played both Thursday and Friday with the championship game being played Saturday at noon. The CBI will conclude with an all-star game Saturday evening in front of a live, ESPNU audience as 20 players will selected to play in the game.


Hannaway, a Doherty High School graduate, will play on the Galaxy Restaurant team at the tournament along with fellow Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference star Dusty Jura of Nebraska-Kearney. Joe Lombardi of Indiana (Pa.) was selected to coach the team.


Hannaway led the RMAC with 21.5 points per game and a 63.6 shooting percentage.


"I sincerely congratulate the 60 players that have been selected to compete in this prestigious event," said CBI Founder John McCarthy"I am very excited about these 60 players and I am proud and honored to welcome them to Wadsworth for the first-ever Collegiate Basketball Invitational. I am confident that this class of players will help make the public aware of the high level of talent at the NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III and NAIA levels."


Players will all be seniors from NCAA Division II, NCAA Division III and NAIA colleges and universities.


The 60 players will be broken into six teams of 10 players each and will compete in a double-elimination tournament April 19-21 in Wadsworth, Ohio. At the conclusion of the tournament, 20 players will be chosen to compete in an All Star Game, which will be a live national television broadcast on ESPNU on Saturday, April 21, at 8:00 p.m. (EST).






Louis Perry & Associates

Coach: David McLaughlin, Stonehill

Assistant Coaches: Mike Sladky and Dave Sladky

Kendall Webb 5'10'' Wayland Baptist

Jason Smith 6'0'' Ala.-Huntsville

Zach Malvik 6'2'' Winona St.

Eddie Smith 6'2'' Ill.-Springfield

Damien Lolar 6'4'' West Tex. A & M

Luke Anderson 6'6'' Minn. St. Mankato

Marcus Kennedy 6'4'' Montevallo

Zack Freeman 6'7'' Ill. Wesleyan

Ricky Volcy 6'8'' Northern Mich.

B.J. Walker 6'10'' Oklahoma City



Head Coach: Bill Brown, California (Pa.)

Andre Dabney 5'10'' Bloomfield

Kris Krzyminski 6'1'' Wayne St. (Mich.)

DeMario Grier 6'0'' Pfeiffer

Tyrone Anderson 6'4'' Concord

Brian Silverhorn 6'6'' Georgetown (Ky.)

Nicholas King 6'7'' St. Augustine

Frank Phillips 6'4'' Findlay

Anthony Brown 6'7'' Central Okla.

Rowan Gray 6'8'' San Diego Christian

Reggie George 6'10'' Robert Morris (Ill.)


Structure Personnel

Head Coach: Kevin Gamble, Ill.-Springfield

Levell Hesia 5'5'' Oregon Tech

Antonio Fitzgerald 5'10'' St. Augustine

Zack Whiting 6'4'' Chaminade

Paul Wright 6'2'' Mountain St.

Tom Port 6'5'' Wooster

Michael Bonaparte 6'5'' Ozarks (Mo.)

Alex Kock 6'5'' Huntington

John Davis 6'7'' Tarleton St.

Eric Babers 6'8'' Southeastern Okla.

Christian Burns 6'9'' Philadelphia


WRH Health System

Head Coach: Geno Ford, Muskingum

Mike Hoyt 5'9'' Mt. St. Maryâ€TMs (N.Y.)

Corey McDuffie 6'0'' W. Liberty St.

Steven Wright 6'3'' Northern Ky.

Jarekus Singleton 6'3'' William Carey

Kyle Ganton 6'5'' Huntington

Tori Davis 6'4'' Baldwin Wallace

Brandon Voorhees 6'7'' Park

Duane John 6'6'' Oklahoma City

Eric Dawson 6'9'' Midwestern St.

Kerry Gipson 7'1'' Wis.-Oshkosh


The Galaxy Restaurant

Head Coach: Joe Lombardi, Indiana (Pa.)

Anthony Atkinson 5'9'' Barton

Kevin Nelson 6'3'' Park

Greg Brown 6'2'' Montevallo

Zack Wright 6'2'' Central Mo.

Patrick Hannaway 6'4'' UC-Colorado Spgs.

Jontae Vinson 6'5'' Cal St. LA

Freeman Taylor 6'6'' Robert Morris

Dusty Jura 6'6'' Neb.-Kearney

Kevin Johnson 6'7'' Humboldt St.

Rashard Sullivan 6'8'' Southern Ind.


FirstMerit Bank

Head Coach: Danny Young, Montevallo

Gil Goodrich 5'10'' Bowie St.

Drew Coffman 6'2'' Midwestern St.

Melvin Council 6'3'' Robert Morris (Ill.)

Dustin Bremerman 6'4'' Seattle Pacific

JuShay Rockett 6'5'' Alaska Fairbanks

Brandon Adair 6'5'' Va. Wesleyan

Brock Seim 6'6'' Dakota Wesleyan

Tyler Ousley 6'8'' Otterbein

Isaac Roosevelt 6'9'' St. Thomas (Minn.)

Joel Box 6'9'' Quincy


Game Schedule

Thursday, April 19

11:00 a.m. Soprema vs. Louis Perry & Associates (Game 1)

1:30 p.m. First Merit vs. Galaxy (Game 2)

4:30 p.m. Structure Personnel vs. Winner of Game 1 (Game 3)

7:00 p.m. WRH Health System vs. Winner of Game 2 (Game 4)


Friday, April 20

11:00 a.m. Loser of Game 1 vs. Loser of Game 2 (Game 5)

1:30 p.m. Loser of Game 3 vs. Loser of Game 4 (Game 6)

4:30 p.m. Winner of Game 3 vs. Winner of Game 4 (Game 7)

7:00 p.m. Winner of Game 5 vs. Winner of Game 6 (Game 8)


Saturday, April 21

12:00 noon Winner of Game 7 vs. Winner of Game 8

(Championship Game)


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