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September 8, 2014

Two Cyclone alum rank in top 20 for defensive stoppers this season

Two former Cyclones are showing their stuff at some NCAA Division I universities. Richaun Holmes (2011-12) and Karrington Ward (2012-13) made the Bleacher Report’s list for one of the top 20 defensive stoppers who will be key to their team’s defense this season.

Holmes is ranked 18th, setting Bowling Green University’s record for blocked shots in only two seasons. Karrington Ward was ranked 15th out of Eastern Michigan University, which had a defense nationally ranked 11th or better last season.

While at Moraine Valley, both players helped their teams earn championships in both the NJCAA Region IV and Illinois Skyway Collegiate Conference as well as compete at nationals. Both were named NJCAA Division II All-American and Conference Player of the Year while Ward added Region Player of the Year to his resume before transferring.

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September 2, 2014

Tryout set for Cyclones basketball

Lace up and bring your A-game to the Cyclones' team tryout on Monday, Sept. 15, at 6:30 p.m., in the Building G gym. If trying out, you must have a physical completed for the school year.

For more information, contact head coach David Howard at coachhowardmvcc@gmail.com or (708) 974-5461.


July 22, 2014

Cyclones sign two

The Cyclones are staying busy in the off season. The team recently signed forward Niko Cahue (6’6”) from Sandburg High School and guard Jason Roland (6’0”) from Oak Forest High School. “These are two great kids who we are looking to make a huge impact right away,” said head coach David Howard.


May 2, 2014

Cyclones sign four players

The Cyclones welcome four area players to their roster starting in the fall. Guards Abdal Ishtaiah (Reavis), Deon Jackson (Bremen), Nitavian Sims (Stagg), and forward/center Luis Marques (Lemont) signed to play at Moraine Valley. Head coach David Howard hopes to continue building on to the program with a new crew next season.