6-8 forward Mike Travis of City College of San Francisco is expected to receive a release from his scholarship at Texas Tech after deciding to play closer to his home in San Francisco. He signed with Tech in November but later encountered personal problems. He is likely to find a job next semester and help his family according to Brad Duggan, the athletics department chairperson at CCSF. He has not decided where he'll play in the future. CCSf is currently 16-11
February 15, 2003
The Jayhawk Shoot-Out featured the top Kansas JC talent. South Florida transfer Kelvin Brown of Ft. Scott averaged 28.5 points per game to lead all scorers. Freshman Joseph Ison from Labette scored 23 points in both contests. Vincennes transfer Antoine Palmer of Butler County finished with 22.0 points per contest. Freshman E.J. Drayton of Colby, North Carolina-Wilmington signee David Truesdale from Dodge City and UMKC transfer Ed Spencer of Butler County all scored more than 20 points per game
December 8, 2002
The Jump Start/Conoco Jayhawk Shoot-Out is one of the top JC events in the country. The Shoot-Out will be held at Coffeyville, Kansas with games held Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The three-day Shoot-Out features the top Kansas JC talent and teams. Two teams are ranked in the most recent NJCAA Top Twenty poll. Barton County, which started the season #1, is currently ranked #4 and Seward County is ranked #19. Colby is off to its best ever start and received votes, but just missed the top 20.
December 5, 2002