Men’s hoops shoots for successful season

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The men’s basketball team enters the 2003 season with one of the deepest and most talented sets of perimeter players in the program’s recent history. The unit features the much-anticipated return of junior Kyle Bailey, who missed last season due to foot and back injuries that limited him to just six appearances during the early part of the season. An all-West Coast Conference performer as a sophomore, Bailey, along with senior center Jim Howell, serves as a team co-captain. In addition to Bailey, the Broncos are expected to see sophomore Brandon Rohe, who broke several of Steve Nash’s freshman three-point shooting records last season, transfer Doron Perkins, and sharpshooting junior Ethan Rohde all vie for starting positions during the early part of the season. Head coach Dick Davey enters his 11th season as the leader of the program. Season and individual game tickets are available by calling 408-554-4660 during business hours or by logging on to www.SantaClaraBroncos.com.

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