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Posted: October 13th, 2011

Check out former Gannon standout Kyle Golcamp (No. 73 in the white jersey) playing in the Pittsburgh Basketball Club Pro-Am Summer League.

On the same team as former Edinboro star Jakim Donaldson (No. 77) , Goldcamp won the 2011 league title. The two played for Team PBC.

Goldcamp will likely play a third consecutive year for the BayHawks this season. Last season, he averaged 6.4 points and 4.4 rebounds in 48 regular-season games for Erie. He started 18 games.

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Posted: January 29th, 2010
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Here's Snow (in the yellow shirt) at one of Erie's open tryouts in Philadelphia before the 2008-09 season.

The Erie BayHawks picked up a familiar face to help fill their void at point guard for tonight’s 7:30 p.m. game at Maine: Tychicus “Tic” Snow.

Most people in Erie don’t know him, but Snow has tried out for the BayHawks all six times they’ve had open tryouts since becoming an D-League franchise.

Erie coach John Treloar got him out of the D-League player pool. The Manassas, Va., native was one of the 200 prospects available in this season’s draft, but went undrafted.

He averaged 6.5 points and 2.3 assists in his last seasonat at Mississippi Valley State in 2006-07, but I remember him when he participated in the open tryouts in Erie at Family First last November. Snow is listed at 5-foot-7, 165 pounds but he’s very muscular.

“He’s like Spud Webb,” Virginia Fastbreak coach Chris Brown said. “He’s very, very physical.”

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Posted: November 18th, 2009

The Erie BayHawks released Erie native Joe Jones earlier today and kept former Gannon power forward Kyle Goldcamp.

Jones’ downfall was his lack of strength. At 6-foot-3 and 180 pounds, Jones just didn’t match up physically with the bigger guards in camp.

I talked to Erie coach John Treloar today and he simply said Jones, who starred at Edinboro and Cathedral Prep,  needs to get in the weight room.

Now Jones doesn’t have to become this big ol’ brut. That would take away his quickness. With those broad shoulders, Jones could put on at least 15 to 20 more pounds.

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Posted: November 17th, 2009
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If Alade Aminu (44) can finish at the rim with force like this for the Erie BayHawks, now they have a legit inside presence in the paint.

After watching Tuesday night’s practice at East High, this is what I’ve noticed about some of the new guys in training camp for the Erie BayHawks.

The team must cut one more to get its roster down to 12 by 5 p.m. Wednesday. The BayHawks have a noon practice at LECOM Health and Wellness Center.

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Posted: November 14th, 2009

If you followed the Erie BayHawks last season, you know Ivan Harris, Jackie Manuel, Jarvis Gunter and Oliver Lafayette.

If you followed them really closely, you know Raheem Moss from training camp. He was the last player cut before the regular season opener.

If you follow area college basketball, you know Gannon center Kyle Goldcamp and Edinboro guard Joe Jones, who is from Erie.

So those seven guys need no major introduction.

The remaining 10 in training camp for the BayHawks?

They’re a different story. Let’s a take a look at them.

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Posted: March 31st, 2009
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Charlie Parker has gone from being one of the best players in the NCAA Division II's Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference to becoming a starter in the D-League for the Los Angeles D-Fenders.

Charlie Parker is proving players from PSAC can compete in the D-League.

If the rookie guard from Millersville decides to play in the league next season, he may be joined by a few other players from the NCAA Division II conference.

Here are three area talents that come to mind.

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