Thursday, March 7, 2013
The University of Maryland men's basketball team dropped a decision to North Carolina Wednesday night.
Former King Philip standout Jake Layman was on ESPN Wednesday night as the University of Maryland men's basketball team lost to the University of North Carolina. 79-63, at home. Layman came out the bench, scoring five points and grabbing three rebounds. Despite a snow storm, there was a sellout crowd on hand for Seniors' Night. The 6-8 freshman from Wrentham is playing guard/forward and is featured on the team's website, dunking the basketball. He was averaging 5.4 points per game and has 88 rebounds and 156 points going into tonight's game. Maryland is 20-10 on the season and will be at Virgina Sunday night before playing in the ACC Tournament next week in Greensboro, N.C. ESPN has a projection of Maryland being one of the teams out of…
Sunday, February 17, 2013
Former King Philip standout Jake Layman was a starting guard as the University of Maryland men's basketball team defeated Duke Saturday night on ESPN.
Former King Philip High standout Jake Layman scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds for his starting guard spot at the University of Maryland men's basketball team defeated Duke, 83-81, in a thriller Saturday night on ESPN. A freshman, Layman has earned a spot for Maryland, who will be at Boston College Tuesday night for a 9 p.m. game against the Eagles. The game will be shown on ACC Network. Layman has appeared in every game for the 18-7 Terrapins, starting nine games, while averaging 5.5 points per game. Read more about the game at the University of Maryland's men's basketballl team's website.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Lofu Tatupu suffered a season-ending injury, according to a report on ESPN. After sitting out the 2011 season, Tatupu signed with the Atlanta Falcons in the offseason.
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
Former King Philip standout Lofa Tatupu missed the entire 2102, because of a injury, according to a report on ESPN. After being out of the NFL last year after being released by Seattle, Tatupu signed with the Atlanta Falcons in the offseason. Tests Tuesday showed the middle linebacker at a pectoral injury, which will require season-ending surgery. Tatupu signed a two-year deal with Atlanta. He has knee surgery on both knees afrter the 2011 season. Read more about Tatupu at http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/id/8196408/atlanta-falcons-lb-lofa-tatupu-season-injured-pectoral-muscle
Monday, August 1, 2011
ESPN says he could ended up with Tampa Bay.
After the two sides couldn’t agree on a salary reduction, former King Philip standout Lofu Tatupu was released by the Seattle Seahawks after a seven -year career at linebacker, which include three Pro Bowl appearances. EPSN.com is reporting that Tatupu could end up in Florida with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tatupu was the captain of Seattle’s defense and has 549 tackles with 10 interceptions in his career. He also has eight and half sacks. He started his college career at the University of Maine before switching to USC where he played for current Seattle head coach Pete Carroll.