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August 21, 2012 | DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT
THE VILLANOVA men's basketball team has hired Raphael Chillious as an assistant coach. Chillious had been an assistant coach the past 3 years at the University of Washington. Chillious is a 1996 graduate of Lafayette. While at Lafayette, he was known as Ralph Carter. The Olney, Md., native began his coaching career in 1997 at the University of Victoria in British Columbia. He was head coach at West Nottingham Academy in Colora, Md., from 2001 to '03. In 2003, he was head coach at South Kent School in Connecticut.
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August 21, 2012
Villanova coach Jay Wright announced Monday that Raphael Chillious has been hired as an assistant basketball coach. Chillious, who played college basketball at Lafayette, comes to Villanova from the University of Washington, where he was an assistant coach for three seasons under Lorenzo Romar. "We are proud to add Raphael and his family to our Villanova community," Wright said in a statement. "Raphael played for a great Villanovan, Fran O'Hanlon, at Lafayette and worked for an outstanding coach in Lorenzo Romar.
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June 8, 2012 | By Mike Jensen, Inquirer Staff Writer
If John O'Connor was ever going to get another chance, this was the place. It's no surprise that when Lafayette College basketball coach Fran O'Hanlon had an opening on his staff this spring, he called O'Connor, his former assistant. The name should ring a bell, if you refer to him as former Holy Family coach John O'Connor. Or if you saw a video that went viral of an angry incident with a player during a drill, one that cost O'Connor his job as head coach at the Northeast Philadelphia school in February 2011.
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April 25, 2012 | The Inquirer Staff
Lafayette midfielder Ana White (Strath Haven) was named first team all-Patriot League in women's lacrosse. The Patriot League rookie of the year in 2011, White was named the league's player of the week five times this season when she set a league record with 113 draw controls. White scored 36 goals. Navy's Kathy Young (Villa Maria Academy) also was named first team all-Patriot League at midfield. Melissa Scanzano (Haverford) scored five goals as Cabrini (8-8)
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April 18, 2012
Germantown Academy's Nick Lindner, a 5-foot-10 junior guard, has committed to play basketball at Lafayette. In 30 games last season, Lindner averaged 17.8 points and helped lead the Patriots to a 20-10 overall record and a 6-4 mark in the Inter-Academic League. He was a first-team all-Inter-Ac selection. - Rick O'Brien
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April 18, 2012 | BY TED SILARY, Daily News Staff Writer
NICK LINDNER, star junior basketball guard from Germantown Academy, said he has always been a fan of the Patriot League. "Now," he said Tuesday via cell phone, "I'm the biggest fan in the country. " Reason: the 5-10, 165-pounder has committed to Lafayette. "I made a visit up there on Sunday and fell in love with the campus, coaches and players," Lindner said. "When we were coming out of the office, I told my mom, 'This is where I want to go.' "The feelings really did surprise me. I visited six schools [unofficially]
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February 21, 2012
Tournament organizers said Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova , French Open winner Li Na and Vera Zvonareva have pulled out of the Dubai Tennis Championships in the United Arab Emirate because of illness and injury. Organizers did not give details. Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka is the top-seeded player at the tournament, which starts Monday. The field includes defending champion Caroline Wozniacki and U.S. Open winner Sam Stosur . Ivan Ljubicic hit 27 aces to beat Florent Serra of France, 6-4, 6-7 (3)
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February 1, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Staff Writer
It wouldn't be quite right to say that Brian Keller changed his mind after sleeping on his decision. He hardly closed his eyes on Monday night. "I could tell you every paint chip on my ceiling," said Keller, a senior at Triton. Keller had committed Monday afternoon to Lehigh on a football scholarship. By Tuesday morning, he had changed his mind and committed to Lafayette. "They are both great schools, great football programs with great coaches," Keller said. "It [going to Lehigh]
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January 31, 2012 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It wouldn't be quite right to say that Brian Keller changed his mind after sleeping on his decision. He hardly closed his eyes on Monday night. "I could tell you every paint chip on my ceiling," said Keller, a senior at Triton. Keller had committed Monday afternoon to Lehigh on a football scholarship. By Tuesday morning, he had changed his mind and committed to Lafayette. "They are both great schools, great football programs with great coaches," Keller said. "It [going to Lehigh]
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