Road to a Championship: Dylon Cormier

December 1st, 2010 by Anthony Santiago


Two men will lead Loyola Mens Basketball to a championship in the MAAC.

Dylon Cormier and Jamal Barney. Together, the hope of a MAAC Conference Championship and a NCAA run are present and alive.

First off, Dylon Cormier, Freshman Guard, has done a great job so far for the Greyhounds as the starting Point Guard. In his outings, Cormier has had a great command for the game, dictating plays well and controlling the atmosphere on the court. In many ways, Cormier works the ball as if a younger Derek Fischer or Steve Nash were present. When he played at now-defunct Cardinal Gibbons High school, he was chosen two times for the All-Baltimore selection. As he takes command as the starting point guard, Cormier will be looked at by opposing teams as a force to be reckoned with.

In the four games played so far, Cormier has continued to start and as well command the team with real leadership.

However, it isn’t all up to one player. Another has helped shape Cormier and that would be Jamal Barney.

Check in later this week and read the analysis of Senior Guard Jamal Barney and his role in the run for a championship with the Loyola Mens Basketball.

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