STORY: Athens Brian Courtney @bcourt928 set for final ride at NCAA Championships for @UVAWrestling. Bracket, first match for Thursday. An honor covering Brian over the years, no matter what happens, he is a champion of life. @ntlathletics @piaad4sports https://t.co/1z8QuSHWga pic.twitter.com/KaqIQcq5oq
— Andy Malnoske (@18SportsAndy) March 15, 2022
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Wednesday, March 16, 2022
Look Hoos Talking
The NCAA wrestling championships begin tomorrow, so to get you in the mood to cheer on the Hoos, we’ve got this story on one of them. Brian Courtney’s hometown channel, WETM-TV in Elmira, N.Y., has this feature story on the grad student. Give it a watch here.
(Future) Hoos With Trophies
Blessed! 🙏❤️ pic.twitter.com/7OdYM4yGyL
— Isaac McKneely (@IsaacMcKneely) March 16, 2022
Congratulations to incoming @UVAMensHoops player Isaac McKneely who has been named the Gatorade State High School Boy’s Basketball Player of the Year for West Virginia. You may remember him from yesterday’s blog when we told you about a different Player of the Year honor he had won. Another incoming Hoo, Isaac Traudt, was the Gatordae POY for the state of Nebraska. Read more about Traudt here.
Grand Island’s Isaac Traudt is the Gatorade Nebraska Boys Basketball Player of the Year! Traudt averaged 23.6 points, 8.5 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game. #nebpreps pic.twitter.com/X3GF75puLu
— Dave Griek (@NTVDaveGriek) March 16, 2022