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February 18, 2010 / umbcdawgblog

Retriever Alumni Update – 2/18/2010 – Proctor Just Misses Triple-Double in Denmark

Another good week for former Retrievers in the professional leagues as we look at five former athletes in action and one on the mend.

Professional Basketball

In Denmark, former Retriever Darryl Proctor continues to impress for the Bakken Bears, averaging 18.3 points per game and 6 rebounds a contest in 22 games this year. He had a career-high 35 points along with 10 rebounds and 9 assists in a 117-112 over BK Amager on Feb. 6.

Over in Japan, Mike Housman continues to dominate the middle for undefeated Toyota Tsusho (17-0). He earned 22 points and 14 rebounds in 20 minutes of action to Tsusho’s 90-71 win over Burittosupirittsu on Sunday. Housman leads the JBL2 in rebounds (11.5 per game) and field goal percentage (59.4%) and is 7th in scoring (15.7 points per game).

In France, Andrew Feeley scored 13 points and earned four rebounds in Olympique Antibes 85-84 win over Hermine Nantnes on Friday

Professional Lacrosse

In the National Lacrosse League, former UMBC star Drew Westervelt has scored 10 goals and 23 points through six games for the Philadelphia Wings. He picked up a goal and two assists in the Wings 13-11 loss to Buffalo last Saturday. Jon Harasym scored the game-winning goal and added an assist and has a goal and four assists on the season.

Professional Soccer

Matt Watson has a interview up on the Carolina RailHawks’ website, discussing his ankle injury that ended his season prematurely in the fall. You can check out the interview here.

As always, if you know of any former Retrievers playing in professional or semi-professional leagues around the world, please email and we’ll start tracking them. Thanks for reading.


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