Reporter John Feinstein dissects the roller coaster ride that was the East Region Final and the defining moment that shattered Izzo’s 1-11 record against the Blue Devils. Read the full story in the Washington Post.
Michigan State basketball staff has enjoyed a remarkable level of continuity in recent years. Izzo, Stephens, Fife and Garland are now in their eighth consecutive season together as the program's four coaches.
Northwestern's new duo is an odd couple and DePaul's class is in nation's top 20. Check out all the latest news from today's signing, including La Lumiere's own Paxson Wojcik, son of Lael and Doug Wojcik, inking his commitment to Loyola Chicago. Read the full article in the Chicago Tribune.
There is a new, yet familiar, face behind Tom Izzo’s bench these days. Former assistant coach Doug Wojcik is back at Michigan State basketball helping Izzo in an advisory role similar to what Brian Gregory did during the 2016-17 season. Read the full story in the Detroit Free Press.
With the stretch run in recruiting upon us, where prospects are lining up visits and trimming their lists, it’s time for a check on a few items and determine if the stories surrounding these players and the programs recruiting them are fact or fiction.
The Wheeling Central Catholic High School Maroon Knights’ athletic greatness is being
reinforced by its second class of hall of fame honorees, slated for induction
Saturday, Oct. 21 in the Benedum Room on the campus of Wheeling Jesuit
The long-time college basketball coach has been away from the bench for the last three seasons. During that time, the Wheeling Central and Naval Academy graduate had ample time to spend time with his family and watch his two sons (Paxson and Denham) play.
Paxson Wojcik, son of Lael and Doug Wojcik, was among the young men and women honored at La Lumiere School as it honored top students and student-athletes during the School’s annual Academic and Athletic Convocation that was held Wednesday, May 17.