Thursday, May 20, 2010

All-American Anthony "Honey" Baglin Transfers to UPEI

Head Coach Matthew Davies is proud to announce the addition of Anthony "Honey" Baglin to the UPEI Men's Basketball Program for 2010. Baglin previously played two seasons with the CCBC-Dundalk Men's Basketball program in Baltimore, MD. During his first season with the Lions, Baglin was named 1st Team All-Maryland JUCO and 1st Team All-Region XX, Division II. He averaged over 25 points per game and shot a blistering 58% from beyond the arc. In his second season, Baglin was named and NJCAA Division II 3rd team All-American at the end of the season. "We expect Anthony to make an immediate impact to our backcourt," said Coach Davies. "His quickness and ability to score from the perimeter should elevate our guard-play to the level we feel is necessary to excel in the AUS. His jumper should stretch opposing defenses in a way that allows his teammates to maximize their offensive looks. We are very excited about how our backcourt is shaping up for 2010." Baglin, a 6'0 combo-guard, played high school basketball at Frederick Douglass Senior High School in Baltimore, MD. He will be entering his 3rd year of eligibility and will be studying in UPEI's Faculty of Arts. Baglin joins UPEI's 2010 recruitng class of Aaron Robbins (6'6" F), Laytrell Provo (6'1" G), Geoff Doane (6'4" G/F), and transfer Jermaine Duke (6'6"F). Congratulations to Anthony "Honey" Baglin and good luck and God Bless you in all your future endeavors!!!

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