Even for a veteran coach who has run his own program,
admits the circumstances are “really weird” in
scouting the Spartans’ next opponent, Brown where their starting shooting guard is Doug's son, Paxson Wojcik.
Sophomore R.J. Davis connected on a pair of 3-pointers in the final two minutes in a career-best 26-point performance as No. 19 North Carolina pulled out a back-and-forth matchup with visiting Brown, winning 94-87 on Friday night in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Brown began the season by defeating Division III Salve Regina 89-59 on Tuesday night. It was a significant step for the Ivy League school because members of that conference didn't play games last season amid the pandemic.
It’s been a while since we’ve seen the Brown men’s basketball team in action. Folks will almost certainly need a roster to keep up with a group of Bears who’ve been in hibernation since the close of the 2019-20 season.
Michigan State men’s basketball freshman shooting guard Max Christie arrived on campus in East Lansing in late May, and has been working out and practicing with the hoops squad while trying to get acclimated to his new surroundings after making the transition from high school to college.
Brown University men's basketball will add guard Paxson Wojcik (son of Lael and Doug Wojcik), a junior transfer student-athlete from Loyola University Chicago, to its roster for the upcoming 2021-22 season, Brown head coach Mike Martin announced. Read the full story from Brown University Athletics.
Loyola Chicago’s loss could be Brown University’s gain in this upcoming 2021-22 men’s basketball season. Rising junior guard Paxson Wojcik (son of Lael and Doug Wojcik) announced a commitment to the Bears on his personal Twitter page late Tuesday night. Read the full story in the Providence Journal.