Tag: Jason Brickman
Congrats to Jason Brickman, named as one of the best assist men in the country according to Jay Bilas of ESPN.
Clark alum Jason Brickman (2010), the starting point guard for the Long Island Blackbirds, was named Player of the Week for the Northeast Conference following his third double double of the season, including 16 assists. Read more.
Jason’s younger brother, Justin, is a junior guard on the Clark basketball team.
Looking familiar in black and white, 2010 Clark grad Jason Brickman led his Long Island University Blackbirds into the NCAA Basketball Tournament on Wednesday night. Brickman, a freshman point guard, had 15 points including two critical free throws in the final seconds of overtime. Read about the game, seen on ESPN2, here.
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Jason Brickman, a 2010 Clark varsity basketball alum, has had a good week. As a freshman point guard for Long Island University, he hit two crucial free throws with seconds left in the game to send the Blackbirds to the Northeast Conference championship game. The highlight was on ESPN’s SportsCenter. Before that game, his coach compared him to John Stockton.
Thanks to his efforts, you can catch Jason on ESPN2 this Wednesday night at 6:00pm (local) where he will be playing for a trip to the NCAA tournament. You can read more about him in this article touting his “rookie of the year” status with his teammates and coaches or this article recapping the previous game and his career high 16 pts. and game winning shot.
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2010 Clark graduate Jason Brickman earned Rookie of the Week honors as a freshman basketball player for Long Island University. Last year’s district Offensive MVP, Brickman is making an impression not only on his team but with opposing coaches as well. You can read about his success in this article.
Congratulations to Clark Cougar senior Jason Brickman for his performance in the TABC All Star game. Jason had 3 rebounds and 2 assists in the game. You can read more about it here.
Congratulations to Elhad Emerllahu and Jason Brickman, Clark Cougar varsity basketball seniors. Both were named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches All Region team.
Brickman is headed to Long Island University following graduation and Emerllahu is currently deciding where he plays next. Congratulations, Cougars and thanks for the great years at Clark.
Congratulations to several Clark Cougars as the spring edition of the Express News all city awards were announced. Seniors Elhad Emerllahu and Jason Brickman made the Express News Super Team in basketball. Junior Johnny Lawson made the Express News Super Team for soccer as did Gabrielle Santorio. Several athletes also made all area teams and all district teams. All can be found at mysanantonio.com.
|Elhad Emerllahu||Super Team||All Area||1st Team All District|
|Jason Brickman||Super Team||All Area||1st Team All District||District Offensive MVP|
|Carolyn Chavana||1st Team All District|
|Ansley Benjamin||1st Team All District|
|Vanessa Cassanova||2nd Team All District|
|Johnny Lawson||Super Team||All Area||1st Team All District|
|Gabrielle Santorio||Super Team||All Area||1st Team All District|
|Oscar Barboza||All Area||1st Team All District|
|Roger Trevino||All Area||1st Team All District|
|Miles Bowen||1st Team All District|
|Brandon Van Wagner||1st Team All District|
|Macy Ellis||1st Team All District|
|Robin Lee Pennington||1st Team All District|
|Vinnie Guerro||2nd Team All District|
|Evan Javors||2nd Team All District|
|Jair Rodriguez||2nd Team All District|
|Alyssa Bloom||2nd Team All District|
|Brianna Burtone||2nd Team All District|
|Toria Seifert||2nd Team All District|
|Chelsea Miller||All American||All Area||State Qualifier|
Clark guard Jason Brickman has been named to the Texas Association of Basketball Coaches 5A All State team for the 2009-2010 season. Brickman averaged just over 19 points a game for the Cougars this season. A senior, Brickman has committed to play for Long Island University.
Behind senior Elhad Emerllahu’s 37 points, the Clark Cougars blew out the East Central Hornets in the first round of the 2010 basketball playoffs 91-66. Playing at St. Mary’s University on the court he might call his college home, Emerllahu had his way with an over-matched Hornet team. Jason Brickman posted 25 and Ansley Benjamin added another 18.
The Cougars jumped ahead early but the Hornets shooters heated up and they took a 15-7 lead with three and a half minutes in the 1st quarter. The Cougars put their own run together and tied the game 18-18 before East Central closed the quarter with a 3 point shot to make it 21-18 Hornets at the end of the 1st.
Clark regained its composure in the 2nd quarter, outscoring the Hornets 25-18 and went up 43-39 into halftime. The second half was all Cougars as they scored the first 7 points on their way to a 21 point quarter, holding East Central to just 7 points in the 3rd. With a 64-48 lead starting the 4th, the Cougars kept up the scoring and shut down the Hornet defense for the victory.
Next up for the Cougars, now Bi-District Champs is the Area game against Austin Bowie. Clark vs. Austin Bowie will take place Friday or Saturday at a site to be determined.