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    October 31, 2003
  • In a game played in Saitama, Japan on Oct 30, former Shaw standout & CIAA and Division II Player of the Year Ronald "Flip" Murray made his first NBA start since being drafted last year. Murray scored 24 points and grabbed 4 rebounds in 34 minutes in the Sonics 109-100 win over the Clippers. He shot 10 for 17 from the floor and hit two of six three-point attempts.
    October 10, 2003
  • Last year's CIAA Player of the Year Patrick Pope has signed with the NBDL and has been assigned to the Fayetteville Patriots as an allocated player. The Patriots are coached by former Fayetteville State mentor, Jeff Capel.
  • Craig Payne has resigned his positions at Savannah State University. In addition to working in the housing office, Payne was an Assistant Football Coach (running backs) and Head Men's and Women's Tennis Coach. His last day at the university will be October 31, 2003.
    October 1, 2003
  • Honda Battle of the Bands Web Site Launches
  • The 2003 SIAC Basketball Tip-Off Press Conference/Luncheon will be held Friday, October 10 at the Holiday Inn – Atlanta Airport North, 1380 Virginia Avenue. Coaches, players and conference officials will be available in preparation for the 2003- 2004 seasons for SIAC men’s and women’s basketball. Master of Ceremonies for the affair will be Travis Mitchell, Executive Vice President of Operations for MBC Network.
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