By Kenneth Cross
Fairleigh-Dickinson felt the effects of the transfer gate as Coch Greg Herenda returned his second-leading scorer to Brandon Rush, who averaged 14.3 points per game and made 56 threes. Herenda once again welcomes several actors as well as seven new faces to the program.
The Knights finished 9-15 in the 2020-21 covid season as they were in the middle of the Northeastern Conference field.
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Ken Cross, self-proclaimed “CEO of College Hoops,” has a plethora of experience spanning over 20 years in freelance print and broadcast journalism on the East Coast and in the Charlotte, Caroline area. of the North, in particular. He started with the late Sports Fan Radio Network in 1997 as a reporter, giving in-game updates and then facilitating post-match interviews with players from winning teams after matches via smartphones. He has also worked in the same capacity for ESPN Radio, CBS Sports Radio, Fox Sports Radio, Sporting News Radio, Yahoo! Sports radio for the same period.
In print and on the internet, Cross continues to write for Lindy’s Sports Annuals as one of the senior varsity basketball preview editors as well as a writer on the college football preview staff. Lindy. He also frequently contributes to the Lindy’s Sports website with articles on all sports throughout the year in the form of a feature story, editorial and game summary. He also writes preview material for Blue Ribbon College Basketball. Yearbook and covers Wake Forest basketball for Rivals.com.
Cross holds a BA in Mass Communications from Appalachian State University and an MA in English and Education from Radford University in Virginia. He is a member of the US Basketball Writers Association and the Football Writers Association of America.