Men's Basketball - Where Are They Now?

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Lloyd Harrison: Former CNCC men’s basketball standout, Lloyd Harrison, finished up his college career playing for the Clarion University Golden Eagles.   He was a leader in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference averaging 15 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 assists per game.  He currently plays professionally in Iceland for Skallagrimur where he is averaging 21 points. 7 rebounds and 5 assist per game.  He is currently working through CNCC online to finish his Associates Degree.

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Terance Tatum: Former Colorado Northwestern Community College Spartan and All-Scenic West Conference Honorable Mention point guard Terance Tatum finished his College Career with the Rockhurst University Hawks. Terance graduated from Rockhurst University in spring of 2012. He is now in the process of starting his professional career as he played for Team Brussels this summer.

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Jon Henderson: This former CNCC standout is making big waves in the RMAC conference for the University of Nebraska- Kearney Loper’s. Jon made 3rd team All-RMAC and was the only player to start all 28 games the 2011-2012 season. Jon was also the 2nd leading scorer as a Junior at 12 points per game. With his senior year left to play Coach Kropp and the coaching staffs are expecting a big season from Jon.

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Garrett Wilkins: The former CNCC guard is now playing back in his home state of Texas for the Texas Lutheran University Bulldogs. Garrett Wilkins was the leading scorer for the Spartans during the 2011-2012 season. Coach Jones is pleased with Garrett and says he is doing very well. Garrett is yet another former Spartan making a splash at the 4-year university level.

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Michael Willie: Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) men's basketball has signed Mike Willie to their 2012-2013 roster. Head Coach Russell Vanlandingham said, "Mike is our most athletic newcomer and he should help us at the big guard position with his rebounding ability and his energy." While at Colorado Northwestern, Willie averaged seven points, two assists and four rebounds per game.