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ISST BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT 2017

Thursday 10th March – Saturday 12th March Sporthal ‘t Zandje, Den Haag, The Netherlands


Welcome to The BSN On behalf of the British School in The Netherlands, I would like to extend a warm welcome to all competing teams, coaches and supporters to The Hague and to the 2017 ISST Basketball Division 2 Championships. The Hague is home to a number of world renowned institutions that encourage the spirit of justice, co-operation, peace and reconciliation. The city represents the values that the ISST instils in its players, leadership, respect, teamwork, enjoyment, discipline and sportsmanship – values that will be evident throughout the tournament. These principles not only create an enjoyable environment in which to play, coach and spectate but also go beyond this in establishing a culture where rules are observed, decisions are respected and good play is acknowledged by both sides. I know that over the next few days we will see hard fought battles on the court and a united camaraderie off it where lifelong friendships will be forged. I hope that the city inspires the athletes to strive to do their best in the tournament whilst at the same time respecting each other, the game of basketball and the International School Sports Tournament. I would like to thank the Tournament Director, Mr Archer, and all the staff who have contributed to the organisation and staging of this competition.

Mr James Oxlade Senior School Headteacher The British School in The Netherlands


Welcome from the Tournament Director We are delighted to be hosting the Division 2 Championships of the ISST here at The British School in The Netherlands and I would like to extend a warm welcome to all of the athletes, coaches, officials and supporters of the competing teams. To be able to play in a competition involving teams from six different countries and schools is one of the highlights of any school athlete´s career thus far and I look forward to three days of competitive basketball played in the spirit of the ISST. I would like to take this opportunity to remind all of those involved of the values that are upheld by the ISST and I am sure that the competition will be played out in the spirit that is expected. I would also like to mention the Parker Bradford Award that will be awarded at the end of the competition to the athlete who best represents the values that Parker exhibited throughout his life. It is an honour to have Parker’s family at the tournament and we look forward to Parker’s brother Luc representing Frankfurt International School. I wish all of you a very successful and sporting competition.

Tom Archer Tournament Director


List of Participating Schools • ACS Hillingdon International School • American International School Vienna • American School in Israel • Bonn International School • British School in The Netherlands • British School of Brussels • Frankfurt International School • Zurich International School


Past winners - ISST records Division 2

Year

Boys

1996

ZIS

1997 1998

VIS

1999

VIS

2000

VIS

2001

VIS

2002

VIS

2003

VIS

2004

GEN

2005

ZIS

2006

ATH

2007

ASH

2008

BSN

2009

ISB

2010

AISV

2011

ASI

2012

MIS

2013

ASH

2014

ZIS

2015

ISH

2016

CAC


ISST Statement of Sportsmanship The purpose of the International Schools Sports Tournament is to provide a venue for athletes from the member schools to compete in an environment that is safe, challenging, professional and educational. Each athlete is given the opportunity to demonstrate her/his best athletic ability while maintaining a spirit of respect and cooperation with fellow athletes from various international backgrounds. Each event involves students and adults in their different roles as athletes, coaches, sports officials and spectators. All those involved in the event are expected to uphold the same spirit of respect and cooperation. This spirit is demonstrated by fair play among athletes, positive encouragement from coaches, impartial judgments from officials and respectful enthusiasm from spectators. The behaviour of the adults is crucial to the successful educational aspect of the tournament. Adults act as models for our athletes. Therefore profanity, deliberately making noises that distract and interfere with the performance of a competing athlete, the condemnation of coaches or officials, or any behavior that is disrespectful or degrading to the ISST standard of sportsmanship, jeopardizes the purposes of the ISST organization and, most of all, jeopardizes the quality of the experience for the athletes. As the event ensues, we ask that all of our parents, coaches, officials and athletes keep this vision of our purpose in mind.


Useful Information Arrivals, departures, bus times etc. School

Mode of Transport

Place of arrival

Arrival time

Frankfurt

Bus

BSN

15:00

15:00

Brussels

Bus

BSN

15:30

15:00

Hillingdon

Flight

Schiphol

15:10

BA0438

17:35

BA0447

Israel

Flight

Schiphol

09:30*

KL0462

20:50

KL0461

Vienna

Flight

Schiphol

14:10

KL1846

20:55

KL1849

Zurich

Flight

Schiphol

14:10

LX728

20:05

LX735

Bonn

Train

DH CS

13:52

*Israel to arrive early and go in to Amsterdam

Flight nr.

Departure time

16:45

Flight number


ISST Division 2 Boys Basketball Tournament Schedule

Day

Time

Flight

Court 1

Referees

Flight

Court 2

Referees

Thursday

10:00

1

BIS v ASI

JJ, PSvD

1

BSB v AIS

MC, SB

11:30

2

BSN v ZIS

LJ, CJ

2

HIL v FIS

SR,

13:30

1

BIS v BSB

JJ, LJ

1

ASI v AIS

MC, SR

15:00

2

BSN v HIL

PSvD, CJ

2

ZIS v FIS

SB, JJ

10:00

1

ASI v BSB

JJ, PSvD

1

BIS v AIS

MC, SB

11:30

1

ZIS v HIL

LJ, CJ

2

BSN v FIS

AF,

13:30

Semi-final 1

JJ, LJ

Game C

MC, AF

15:00

Semi-final 2

PSvD, CJ

Game D

SB, JJ

Loser C v D

AF, JJ

Friday

Saturday

9:30

1

Winner C v D

MC, SB

11:00

1

3rd Place Play-off

LJ, PSvD

12:30

1

Final

JJ, CJ

1


ISST Rules and Regulations These regulations shall be followed by all students participating in Championships and other athletic events organized by the International Schools Sports Tournament (ISST). Any student who participates in an ISST event must agree to obey the regulations. 1) Students shall obey all instructions given them by their host parents and their coaches as if these instructions were given to them by their own parents. This applies to all activities irrespective of location undertaken during the period of the Championship or competition. 2) Smoking, any other use of tobacco, the drinking of alcohol and the use of drugs are not permitted. 3) Housing arrangements made by the responsible official of the host school may not be changed. 4) Students must be in the home of the host parent by the curfew hour set by the school. Students in Grade 6, 7 and 8 or Year 7, 8 and 9 are not allowed out of the host’s care unless chaperoned by the host parent and/or the coach. (This applies for all the days of the visit). 5) Neither host families nor students may negotiate changes to the ISST Regulations for Students with respect to curfew, housing arrangements, the use of tobacco, alcohol or drugs or any other rules or provisions set forth by the host school. 6) These regulations apply to all students: both those from the host school and those visiting throughout the competition’s duration and for visiting students. It also applies during the journey to and from the site of the event. 7) Photographic and video images may be recorded for coaching/research or ISST publication purposes, for example live video streaming, and only with the explicit permission and knowledge of the Championship/Meet Director. Please refer to section 3.12 for more detailed information. 8) Violation of these regulations will be reported to the responsible ISST official and to the student’s Head of School. The offending student will be removed from the Championship and from the host family home, and will either be placed under the direct supervision of his/her coach or sent home. 9) Please be extremely careful when using your host family’s internet access for downloading files (music, movies, etc.) or programs.


Guidelines for Coaches COACHES should first of all consider themselves teachers. Their chief objective is to build healthy men and women; the development, skills and the winning of the game are secondary. Unless coaches make a worthwhile contribution to the total educational process, coaches are not fulfilling their obligations. COACHES should remember that first impressions are lasting and that a good example speaks louder than words. Hence, coaches should ask themselves “what do I look like; how do I carry myself; am I in good physical condition?� By both action and work they should encourage their athletes to give attention to their personal appearance as well. COACHES should always be regular and prompt in meeting assignments at practice sessions, at games, at meetings. They should expect and demand this same response from athletes. COACHES should be diligent in attention to the routine details of the position. This means getting in all reports when due, keeping all necessary records and following up promptly on all requests made. COACHES should accept, as part of the responsibility, counseling with the athletes under their discretion. The coach is in a position unique among all members of the faculty in the relationship with athletes. Many athletes complete the high school program because of their interest in athletic participation and the influence of the coach. In this way, the coach can play a major role in the problems now confronting the high schools on drop-outs and related issues. COACHES should set an example for respect for law and order. The coach should become the kind of person who accepts the decision of the officials without any display, either by word or act, as to disagreement with those decisions. The coach should, in fact, develop the attitude that whatever the official calls is right, regardless of whether they might agree with the decision; in short, in fact, it is right because that is what the official called. It would be considered good procedure for a coach to get the attention of an official and ask for information, or an interpretation, but it would be bad practice for the coach ever to go on the field or court and argue with the official. COACHES should teach their athletes to show this same attitude toward the officials and make it completely and unequivocally clear to them that questioning or disputing decisions of an official will never be tolerated. When any such action is displayed by a player, coaches should take action immediately to let that particular athlete, and all other members of the squad, know that this kind of deportment will not be acceptable. COACHES will respect the rights and feelings of opposing coaches and will never use any tactics that take unfair advantage of them. Coaches will be friendly and courteous at all times and never argue with the opponent before the athletes or the spectators.


COACHES should teach athletes that their attitude toward the opposing athletes must be one of respect and friendship. Any display of temper against an opponent should result in the immediate removal from the game of the athletes guilty of such action. COACHES should instill in athletes the attitude that they must be good citizens both on and off the field, during the game and afterwards in school and out. COACHES should use language always that demonstrates that the coach is a teacher. Vulgarity and profanity have no place on the athletic field, in the gym or in the dressing room. Coaches should, likewise, never tolerate such language by athletes at any time. COACHES should refrain from the use of tobacco in any form while their team is on the field or in the gym. It is further accepted that no coaches will allow any athlete to use tobacco while taking part in any athletic activity, whether at a practice, or at a game. COACHES should teach the athletes that participation in high school athletes is a privilege extended to those who meet and continue to meet the standards of eligibility established by the ISST, and their own school. They should make it completely clear that no athlete has a RIGHT to participate, nor that the school owes anything for such participation. COACHES who accept all of these responsibilities, and in turn require the same acceptance and adherence from their athletes, will never teach or allow any athlete under their discretion to use any tactics that attempt to circumvent the spirit or the letter of the rules. In doing all these things, coaches are making a real contribution to the total education of their athletes and helping to instill in them proper attitudes towards fair competition and a healthy lifestyle. COACHES should consider themselves primarily as teachers and role models. The chief objective is to encourage a generation of young men and women that health, exercise and enjoyment of sport is an integral part of daily life. Relationships COACHES should encourage their squad members, by example, to accept responsibility for their own behavior, conduct and performance in training and in competition both in relation to their own players and to the opposition and that their attitudes transcend sporting competitions and should be seen as an integral part of everyday life. The relationship between coaches relies heavily on mutual trust and respect.


Integrity COACHES should refrain from public criticism of fellow coaches. Differences of opinion should be dealt with on a personal basis, and more serious disputes should be dealt with by Athletic Directors. COACHES must treat officials and opponents with due respect both in victory and defeat and encourage their squad members to act in a similar manner. Disputing decisions of officials and foul language should not be tolerated by either coaches or players. Personal Standards COACHES should consistently display high standards of personal behavior and project a favorable image of their sport and of coaching to participants, other coaches, officials, spectators and the general public. Their actions and appearance give an immediate impression to participants and spectators alike. They should be prompt in meeting assignments, at practice sessions, at games and at meetings. They should expect and demand this same response from their squad members. Confidentiality COACHES must deal with personal information about their squad members with confidentiality and discretion. Confidentiality does not preclude the disclosure of information to persons who can be judged to have a “right to know� relating to the athlete. Safety The activity being undertaken should be suitable for the age, aptitude and ability of the participant. In doing these things, coaches are making a real contribution to the total education of their athletes and helping to instill in them proper attitudes towards fair competition and a healthy lifestyle.


Guidelines for Parents These guidelines are intended for the use of parents hosting Championships and other sporting event competitions sponsored by the International Schools Sports Tournament (ISST). 1) During the period of the Championship or competition you stand in place of their parents for the student(s) you host. Please exercise with respect to them all supervision and care that you would normally exercise with your own children. 2) Please see below the regulations for student behavior. The student(s) you are hosting has/have already agreed to observe these regulations. 3) Please report immediately any violation of these regulations by the student(s) you host to the responsible official designated by ISST (i.e. the Tournament Director, Housing Coordinator, Athletic Director). 4) Neither host families nor students may negotiate changes to the ISST Regulations for Students with respect to curfew, housing arrangements, the use of tobacco, alcohol or drugs or any other rules or provisions set forth by the host school. 5) Please make contact with the student(s) you are hosting at the time designated by the host school. 6) Please arrange for suitable transport if necessary. Normally, this is expected to be a private car to and from the sporting events. However, it is understood that some cities operate with excellent public transport systems. Visiting athletes need to be either supervised on or shown how to use such systems. 7) Please provide the student(s) with a suitable meal at whatever time may be necessary because of the scheduling of the competition. 8) Please provide a box lunch for the student(s) during the competition and for the return journey to the home city (unless declined by the student). 9) Please remind your guests to be extremely careful when using your internet access for downloading files (music, movies, etc.) or programs.


ISST Division 2 Basketball Rules Rules: FIBA Rules of Basketball Official www.fiba.com All games will be 4 x 8 minute in length. All overtime periods will be three (3) minutes in length. Halftime will be 10 minutes. The host school shall provide a minimum of five (5) balls for the warm up period. Promotion/Relegation will be 2 up and 2 down. Division 2: In the case of a tie in divisional play. A tie between two teams is determined by the head to head result. When there are ties between three or more teams. the following steps will be used to determine rankings 1. Net point differential between the tied teams only (with a maximum of +/- 30 per game). Games that go into overtime will count as a victory or loss for the teams involved, but the point differential for both teams will be zero. 2. If three or more teams are still tied, the total number of fewest points allowed during regulation time (overtime points not counted) will determine the placing. 3. If three teams still remain tied, the total number of points scored during regulation time (overtime points not counted) will determine the placing. Divisions 1 & 2 The scorebooks to be used at the Championships will be identified at the beginning of the school year by the host school AD and details circulated. Following the semi-final games, the coach of each team involved in a championship game may submit the names of four (4) or more referees of preference for their final game to the Tournament Director. The final selection of referees for the final games will be made by the Head Referee. Officials: 2 Referees, Official Scorekeeper, Official Timer, 24-Second Clock Operator


Map and directions to all off-campus facilities ‘t Zandje and the surroundings Venue address Sporthal t’Zandje Schimmelweg 202, 2524 XK Den Haag, Netherlands +31 70 396 1451 Coaches hotel Veurseweg 180, 2252 AG Voorschoten, Netherlands +31 71 560 2800

The route from Den Haag Holland Spoor to ‘t Zandje

Public transport to the Venue From Den Haag Take the train from Den Haag HS towards Rotterdam and get off at Den Haag Moerwijk. It is a 750 metre walk from here (see map). From Voorschoten

Directions to sporthal t’Zandje

Take the train to Den Haag Laan van Nieuw Oost-Indie (NOI) then change to the train to Den Haag HS. At HS change again for the train to Rotterdam and you will get off at Den Haag Moerwijk. It is a 750 metre walk from the station (see map).

General public transport information Travel information: From Voorschoten To Leiden take the 45 (20 mins) bus or the train (7 mins) towards Amsterdam. To Amsterdam take the train from Voorschoten (40 mins).

Map of the walk from Den Haag Moerwijk to Sporthal ‘t Zandje

To Den Haag take the 45 bus towards DH Centraal or the train towards Den Haag. Train – ns.nl Bus/train- 9292.nl


Restaurant Recommendations Den Haag

Voorschoten

There are many restaurant and fast food restaurants around Grote Markt and Het Plein. More restaurants can be found around the Noordeinde Palace and in the China Town area close to Den Haag Centraal.

Floris V - Traditional Dutch food Voorstraat 12, 2251 BN Voorschoten, Netherlands

Leiden Sabai Sabai Thai restaurant www.sabai-sabai.nl

Het Wapen – Dutch Pub food Voorstraat 16, 2251 BN Voorschoten, Netherlands Leidschendam Fratelli’s – Italian Restaurant Sluiskant 17-18, 2265 Leidschendam, Netherlands


The Parker Bradford Award The Parker Bradford Award, honouring the memory of Parker Bradford, an ISST athlete from the American School of Paris who lost his life in 2007 just two months after his graduation, will be awarded to the male basketball player in the Division II championships who best demonstrates those personal qualities held by the late Parker Bradford. 3 players from each team will be nominated for the award. Coaches must then vote for one player from the combined list. One of Parker’s favourite quotes reflects how he played the game of basketball and how he strove to lead his life: “Good, better, best. Never let it rest. Until your good is better and your better is best.” (Tim Duncan) Criteria for selection for the award: 1) The player must demonstrate intense, consistent effort while enjoying the competitive nature of basketball. 2) The player must play with poise, composure and confidence. 3) The player must demonstrate emotional control without losing competitive effort. 4) The player must demonstrate the ability to concentrate on playing the best basketball possible regardless of the score or result.

Senior School Year

Recipient

School

2007-2008

Matthieu Philippe

BSN

2008-2009

Nathan Siegel

ISB

2009-2010

Sebastian Vogt

ZIS

2010-2011

Logan McKee

FIS

2011-2012

Nicolo Bordignon

SJH

2012-2013

Winston Kortenhorst

ASH

2013-2014

Nathan Balthazar

BIS

2014-2015

Pablo Areso Rossi

ISH

2015-2016

Michael Carpio

ACS


Results and Standings

Day

Time

Flight

Thursday

10:00

Friday

Saturday

Score

Court 1

Flight

Court 2

1

BIS v ASI

1

BSB v AIS

11:30

2

BSN v ZIS

2

HIL v FIS

13:30

1

BIS v BSB

1

ASI v AIS

15:00

2

BSN v HIL

2

ZIS v FIS

10:00

1

ASI v BSB

1

BIS v AIS

11:30

2

ZIS v HIL

2

BSN v FIS

13:30

Semi-final 1

2

Game C

15:00

Semi-final 2

2

Game D

1

Loser C v D

9:30

1

Winner C v D

11:00

1

3rd Place Play-off

12:30

1

Final

Standings Flight 1

Flight 2

1.

1.

2.

2.

3.

3.

4.

4.

Score


Basketball in The Netherlands Dutch Basketball League

Quick quiz: Can you name the Dutch players below and which teams they played for?


ACS Hillingdon International School Country: United Kingdom Colours: Navy and Sky Blue Coaches: Jett Russell & Ayatou Drammeh Mascot: Hawk

Name

Grade

Home #

Away #

Position

Nationality

Re-em Tal

11

5

5

G

Israel

Nicholas Levendis

11

10

10

PG/G

Greece/ Australia

Riley Rennie

10

11

11

G/F

Australia

Zack Colwell

11

12

12

G

Australia

Jacob Pappas

11

13

13

G

USA

Cedric Brault

11

17

17

F/C

Canada

Thomas Gordon

12

20

20

G/F

USA

Aristotle Levendis

8

14

14

G

Greece/ Australia

Alex Williams

8

G

USA


American International School Vienna Country: Austria Colours: White, green and black Coaches: Gregor Prehsl, Nenad Vukovic Mascot: Knight

Name

Grade

Home #

Away #

Position

Nationality

Alessandro Del Fabbro

9

17

14

G

GB / Italy

Holden Scharpf

11

34

34

G/F

USA

Lukas Green

10

7

21

F

Canada

Alek Cupic

12

25

25

G

Australia

Aidan Linley

10

18

30

G

USA

Edward Bayer

12

24

24

G

USA

Paul Aghogho Agege

11

36

26

G

USA

David Pejcinoski

10

10

10

F

Australia

Hyun Jae Shin

11

6

6

G

South Korea

Quinten Verdoold

10

11

11

G

The Nehterlands


American School in Israel Country: Israel Colours: Navy and white Coaches: Doron Kramer & Yoni Livne Mascot: Falcon

Name

Grade

Home #

Away #

Position

Nationality

Michael Avdian

12

14

14

SF

Canada

German Tsveer

11

20

20

C

Israel / Russia

Egor Larin

11

15

15

PF

Russia

Daniel Sagiv

10

13

13

PG

Israel / GB

Ron Shalev

11

18

18

PF

Israel

Koren Gilbai

11

3

3

PG

Israel

Aspen Gitter

9

6

6

SG

Israel / US

Zac Jorgenson

10

9

9

SG

US

Ori Livneh

9

10

10

PG

Israel / US

Alex Avdian

8

7

7

SF

Canada


Bonn International School Country: Germany Colours: Blue, white and Green Coaches: Gil Grant Mascot: Dragon

Name

Grade

Home #

Away #

Position

Nationality

Georgi Dereliev

12

14

14

F

Bulgaria

Filip Gontek

10

35

35

G

Poland

Martin Heredia Salis

11

23

23

G

Spain

Davut Kurbanov

12

33

33

F

Turkmenistan

Tinashe Mukwashi

12

11

4

F

GB

Kaldoun Rahmeh

10

6

6

G

Germany

Nico Rottke

12

12

12

G

Germany

Jene Weichenthal

11

13

13

F

Germany

Luca Weller

12

9

9

C

Germany

Jimmy Phuntsho Yoedsel

12

21

21

G

Buthan


British School in The Netherlands Country: The Netherlands Colours: Orange, blue and white Coaches: Kenrick Lopes & JĂźrgen Quick Mascot: The Flying Dutch

Name

Grade

Home #

Away #

Position

Nationality

James Carton

12

14

14

Irerland

Kenneth Aikhoje

11

72

72

USA

Lucas Starck

11

24

24

France

Boma Pepple

11

7

7

The Netherlands

Syed Ali Zaidi

10

6

6

Pakistan

Oluwafemi Akadiri

10

79

79

Nigeria

Brian Kyalo

9

25

25

Kenya

Kasper Kranker

8

11

11

Denmark

Patrick Carton

9

23

23

Ireland

Alexander Green

9

13

13

GB


British School of Brussels Country: Belgium Colours: Blue and red Coaches: Ian Hanavan, Mick Richards & Milja Kukkohovi

Name

Grade

Home #

Away #

Position

Nationality

Arthur Brenninkmeijer

13

1

1

PG / SG

The Netherlands

Faiz Haris Osman

11

13

13

PF

India

Stefan Jarnjak

13

2

2

PG / SG

Serbia

Jรถkull Karlsson

11

16

16

C

Iceland

Marek Lehiste

10

9

9

PG / SG

Estonia

Michael Maley

12

10

10

PG / SG

USA

Rocco Monteiro Nunes P.

11

15

15

SG

Italy

Dmitry Perevarov

12

7

7

SG

Russia

Can Tasezer

12

12

12

C

Turkey

Nils

13

11

11

C

Germany


Frankfurt International School Country: Germany Colours: Maroon Coaches: Christopher Neumann Mascot: Warriors

Name

Grade

Home #

Away #

Position

Nationality

Luc Bradford

11

8

8

F

USA

Jack Fochtman

9

2

2

PG

USA

Henry Gilbert

9

30

30

F

USA

Tim Herrmann

11

44

44

C

USA

Daniel Lahn

11

3

3

G

USA / Germany

Tyler Pearson

8

32

32

C

USA

Maxim Popov

11

6

6

G

Germany

Alex Rand

11

35

35

G

USA

Carter Smith

10

23

23

G

USA

Blaise Vanderploeg

11

12

12

G

USA


Zurich International School Country: Switzerland Colours: Navy blue and yellow Coaches: Steve Burnham, Nicole Gloger Mascot: Lions

Name

Grade

Home #

Away #

Position

Nationality

Christian Ioan Cioranu

12

34

34

Romanian

Gabriel Martin Kunz

12

32

32

Swiss

Sebastian Eklund

11

24

24

Finnish

Alexander Glansk

11

40

40

Swedish

Alon Sammy

11

30

30

Israel

Daniel Maximilian Timken

11

42

42

Germany

Nick Heansch

12

50

50

Denmark

Miguel Aragon

12

40

20

Griffin Ballard

9

10

10

USA

Rayan Singh

10

22

22

USA


Vincent Krieger

All-Tournament Team Selector Vincent Krieger represented The Netherlands between 1994 and 2006. Vincent represented UNC-Asheville in the USA having earned a scholarship and subsequently went on to play for a number of top european clubs including Besancon and Beauvais in france, Houthalen and Hasselt in Belgium, Melilla in spain and Apollon Patras in Greece. Vincent returned to The Netherlands in 2004 and went on to play Rotterdam and Zorg and Zekerheid Leiden in the top level of the Dutch competition. Since retiring Vincent has coached the Rotterdam Challengers team in the Netherlands and given clinics and workshops to a range of top division clubs.

Vincent Krieger’s CV 1994-1998: NC-Asheville (NCAA, starting 5) 1998: Nike Summerleague 1998-1999: Besancon (France-ProA) 1999-2000: Houthalen (Belgium) 2000-2002: Ubizen Echo Hasselt (Belgium) 2002-2003: Racing Basket Antwerp (Belgium) 2002-2003: Apollon Patras (Greece-A2) 2003-2004: Melilla Baloncesto (Spain-LEB1, starting 5) 2003-2004: Beauvais (France-ProB) 2004-2007: Rotterdam Basketbal (Dutch Eredivisie, starting 5) 2007-2009: Zorg and Zekerheid Leiden (Dutch Eredivisie, starting 5) 2011-2012: Rotterdam Challengers (Player-coach, Dutch Eredivisie)

Achievements Dutch national team 1996-2005 Dutch Eredivise all-Star game 2006 Dutch Cup Finalist 2006 Dutch Eredivise Semi-Finals 2006 All-Dutch Eredivise Player of the Year 2006 Dutch Eredivise All-Domestic Players Team 2006

Answers to quiz: Francisco Elson (Nuggets, Spurs, SuperSonics, Bucks, Sixers, Jazz) Dan Gadzuric (Bucks, Warriors, Nets, Knicks) Geert Hammink (Magic, Warriors) Swen Nater (Spurs, Nets, Bucks, Clippers, Lakers) Rick Smits (Pacers)


List of tournament staff and officials Tournament Director: Thomas Archer Housing Administrator: Suzanne Wainwright Scoring supervisor: JĂźrgen Quick Head official: Chip Jones and Jorden Josephina Disciplinary panel: Thomas Archer, Nicola Stronach, Chip Jones and Jorden Josephina Table scorers: Members of the lower school BSN basketball team and Sport Leaders. All-start selector: Vincent Krieger Photographer: Sarah Muirhead

List of referees: Chip Jones Jorden Josephina Lars Jansen Paul Schadde van Doorn Max Coenraad Sergio Robinson Sandra Bakker Alanchi Fornerino


Emergency telephone numbers Sporthal ‘t Zandje Schimmelweg 202, 2524 XK Den Haag, Netherlands +31 70 396 1451 The British School in The Netherlands Senior School reception Jan van Hooflaan 3 2252 BG Voorschoten +31(0)71 560 2222 Tournament Director Thomas Archer +31(0)63 193 9641 Housing Administrator Suzanne Wainwright +31(0)65 111 7726 Staff Hotel Hotel Gouden Leeuw, Veurseweg 180, 2252 AG Voorschoten, Netherlands +31 (0)71 560 2800 Local emergency services 112

Acknowledgments and thanks Kieran Earley - CEO and Principal James Oxlade - Senior School Headteacher Tom Archer - Tournament Director and Head of Extra Curricular PE Kenrick Lopes - Event Liason Nike Hartlief - Teacher of PE Nicola Stronach - Head of Academic PE Suzanne Wainwright - Housing Administrator Matt Bennett - Assistant Headteacher JĂźrgen Quick - Head of Scoring Juan Arias - Designer & Comms Officer Cecily Kohler Kruner - Tournament logo

Sallie Taylor - Digital Comms Manager Fred van der Pol - Reprographics Chip Jones - Referee Jorden Josephina - Referee Lars Jansen - Referee Paul Schadde van Doorn - Referee Max Coenraad - Referee Sergio Robinson - Referee Sandra Bakker - Referee Alanchi Fornerino - Referee Vincent Krieger - Tournament Team Selector


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