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Fleming signs National Letter of Intent with LIU
Thursday, 25 April 2013
ImageMy Central Jersey: North Brunswick High School senior guard Iverson Fleming thought he was heading to an island; Long Island that is. He made a non-binding commitment to Hofstra University early during this past season.

But when Pride coach Mo Cassera was relieved of his duties this offseason, Fleming said that he “had mixed emotions.

LIU, which had been courting Fleming well before Hofstra came into the picture, became an appealing spot for Fleming to land himself. He signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Blackbirds last Friday.

Fleming feels LIU, which has made the NCAA Tournament the last two years, is the perfect landing spot to continue his playing career.

 
Kyle Vinales Discusses Decision To Transfer From Central Connecticut
Thursday, 25 April 2013
ImageHartford Courant: Central Connecticut sophomore guard Kyle Vinales’ main motivation for transferring is to increase his chances of participating in the NCAA Tournament and playing against better competition.

“I was going back and forth for a couple weeks now,” Vinales said of his decision. “I feel like I could go to another school and have an opportunity at a higher level, against better competition and possibly make the tournament or be in a position to make a run at the tournament.”

Central finished 13-17 last season, seventh in the Northeast Conference for the second year in a row. The Blue Devils also lost an NEC tournament quarterfinal to Wagner each of the last two seasons.

“I thought this year, the players we had, this was our best year to [compete in the NEC],” said Vinales, who averaged 21.6 points and was on pace to shatter the Central career scoring record. “Even if we didn’t finish at the top of the league, if we would have finished in the top three, that would have made me feel a lot better about that. We should have been at top of the league, top three. I didn’t want to take a chance. You only get to play in college once.”

 
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