A RECAP OF THE 2014–15 MEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON
Playoff hopes sank along with a basket made by Brigham Young with 2.5 seconds left on the clock, ending WCC tourney play for the Broncos in the quarterfinals. What we’ll prize from 2014–15: WCC Newcomer of the Year last season, Jared Brownridge ’17 this year marched past 1,000 career points—SCU’s first sophomore to do that. Brandon Clark ’15 was named All-WCC Honorable Mention for the second year in a row. Matt Hubbard ’18 was WCC All-Freshman. And theology graduate student and walk-on Dominic Romeo MTS ’16 was one of five men in the country named to the 2015 Allstate National Association of Basketball Coaches Good Works Team for his time volunteering in the United States and internationally: from Appalachia to Honduras, Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda.
A RECAP OF THE 2014–15 WOMEN’S BASKETBALL SEASON
Nici Gilday ’14, M.S. ’15 capped her stellar SCU career thus: named First Team All-WCC, led the country in free-throw percentage at 94.5 percent, and named one of the nation’s top-10 most efficient shooters. For the team as a whole, it was a season of beginnings: six first-year players and new coach JR Payne. They faced a tough schedule and topped expectations in the conference, finishing No. 7.
Brandon Clark ’15Jared Brownridge ’17Nici Gilday ’14, M.S. ’15Nici Gilday ’14, M.S. ’15Matt Hubbard ’18Dominic Romeo MTS ’16