Edwards and Raney join Canisius

Canisius College head men’s basketball coach Jim Baron announced today that Tyrel Edwards (Hamilton, Ontario/Olney Central College) and Dominique Raney (Oklahoma City, Okla./Navarro College) have joined the Golden Griffins’ roster for the 2012-13 season. Both players will have three years of eligibility, starting this season…

Billy Baron joins Canisius

Billy Baron joins Canisius

Canisius College head men’s basketball coach Jim Baron announced today that his youngest son, Billy Baron (East Greenwich, R.I./Rhode Island), has submitted the necessary paperwork to enroll at Canisius and has been accepted into the College, effective immediately. Additionally, Canisius’ waiver to allow Baron’s immediate eligibility for the fall of 2012 has been granted by the NCAA, meaning the 6-foot-2, 195-pound guard will have two years of eligibility remaining, starting in the 2012-13 season…

Former NBA player, Mike Iuzzolino named to Canisius staff

Former NBA player, Mike Iuzzolino named to Canisius staff

Canisius College men’s basketball coach Jim Baron announced today that Mike Iuzzolino has been named the program’s director of basketball operations. A former professional basketball player who brings more than a decade of playing experience from the NBA and overseas, Iuzzolino joins the Golden Griffins’ staff after serving as the associate head men’s basketball coach at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa., for the previous three seasons…

CBB Splinters | 11/30/10

A week of feasting on season-opening tournaments is behind basketball fans. It is time for conference challenges. The Big 12 and Pac 10 will weigh in with their hardwood series. The Big East and SEC have their tete a tete. But the original throw-down exists between the Atlantic Coast Conference and Big Ten.

College Basketball Splinters | February 10, 2010

Troubled times in Austin – Tommy Mason-Griffin led the way with 24, Cade Davis added as the un-ranked Sooners added to Longhorns’ misery. Texas went on to get crushed by Kansas Monday night. Rick Barnes crew is almost in free fall mode. They have lost five of seven and look terrible doing it (Not that there is any good way to lose five of seven). Monday night, Kansas hooked 22 straight on the Horns.