Junior forward Darko Sedlar
Let me tell you something about me. I am originally from Croatia and I have been in United States for two years years now. My native language is Croatian and this is my second year I have been speaking English. I came to United States as a senior in High school; I went to Columbia High school inAlbany .Right now, I am am attending Le Moyne College where I am a sophomore. My major is Business administration and I am on a basketball scholarship. Hopefully, after I graduate from Lemoyne I will be able to work as an accountant. Enjoy my web page.
MEN'S BASKETBALL: Season starting for area players (November 20)
Phil Schoff, Brett Barnard and the rest of Le Moyne College's Division II Dolphins hit the floor for the first time Tuesday and several other players with ties to the area will be starting their seasons soon.
Upstate New York's Division III basketball landscape is littered with players from Herkimer County and the surrounding area. Barnard and Schoff are part of a Le Moyne squad featuring several players with ties to Central New York.
Barnard, a fifth-year senior who graduated from Frankfort-Schuyler High School, returns to start at center after averaging 9.1 points and 4.7 rebounds last winter. He made 57.1 percent of his shots from the field and blocked 32 opponent shots.
Over his three-year career, Barnard has started 80 of 82 games, averaging 10.2 points and 5.4 rebounds.
Schoff is part of a freshman class that includes fellow forward Matt Cooper of Fulton, a two-time teammate at the Empire State Games. During his four varsity seasons at Little Falls High School, Schoff set numerous records, including career points and rebounds.
Other players from Section III at Le Moyne include senior point guard Ron Thorpe who played for Little Falls native Al Knapp's Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Red Devils, senior swingman Chris Henry from Fayetteville-Manlius and sophomore forward Sid Pond from Watertown. Junior forward Darko Sedlar was a high school teammate of Syracuse University center Craig Forth and lived with Forth's family while attending Columbia High School as an exchange student from Croatia.
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