Monday, December 14, 2009

#25 Generals 10-2 after weekend split!

The #25 SC Generals finished the first part of the season at 10-2 after a weekend split.

On Friday, the Generals traveled to Casper, Wyoming to take on rival Casper College. The action was intense and the game was back & forth as Casper held on to a 16-point lead midway through the first half and a 12-point lead at halftime, before the Generals come roaring back to take a 9-point lead with 5 minutes left in the game. Unfortunately for the Generals, Casper fought back to take the lead with just under 1-minute remaining and held on for the 73-69 victory. Antoine Proctor led the Generals with a career-high 26 points and had 7 rebounds, JR Cadot added 16 points and 7 rebounds, and Charlton Wilson added 11. It was only the 2nd loss of the season for the Generals.

On Saturday night, the Generals bounced back at home vs. the Gillette College Pronghorns in the 1st-ever game in the rival series "The Sneaker Slam". The Generals would take a 44-38 lead into halftime, only to see Gillette battle back early in the 2nd half and make it a game. Down the stretch, both teams made huge plays, but Sheridan prevailed when Jarrell Crayton finished a missed lay-up with time running low to give the Generals the 4-point cushion that would be the final score, at 87-83. Five players scored in double-figures, led by Idris Lasisi with a career-high 19 points, Antoine Proctor with 15, JR Cadot with 14 & a team-high 9 rebounds, Kendrick Morse with 13, and Jarrell Crayon with 11.

The Generals are now off until a January 8th Wyo Conference game at home vs. Central Wyoming College.

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Generals ranked #25 in the Nation!

The SC Generals cracked the national polls this week and are currently sitting at #25 in the Nation, the only team from Region 9 to be ranked. With over 300 teams in NJCAA D1, it's quite an honor, but we still have a long ways to go to reach our full potential. Read the story here:

Sunday, December 6, 2009

Generals sweep weekend to go to 9-1!

The Sheridan College Generals move to 9-1 after a great weekend, sweeping both games at the Holiday Inn Tournament. On Friday night, the Generals beat Lake Region State College, who had their own 7-game winning streak coming into the game and were 8-3 on the year. The Generals played well throughout, winning 114-80. Five players scored 16 or more points (JR Cadot - 22, Antoine Proctor - 19, Steve Ivory - 16, Idris Lasisi - 16, Charlton Wilson - 16) in the victory.

On Saturday night, the Generals faced off against Region 9 foe Western Nebraska. Both teams were receiving votes in the latest NJCAA Top 25 poll, and the game was a battle. With 8:00 left in the game, the score was still tied before the Generals made a big run to seize control of the game. The Generals would hold on for a 82-69 victory. Cadot led the Generals with 24 points and 8 rebounds, Jarrell Crayton had a career night with 16 points and 10 rebounds,and Antoine Proctor contributed 16 points as well.

The Generals are on a 6-game winning streak as they head into their last weekend before Christmas. On Friday night, the Generals will go to Casper to play in-state rival Casper College, before heading back for a home game on Saturday night vs. Gillette College.

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Sunday, November 29, 2009

Generals Move to 6-1 after 2 home victories this weekend!

The Generals moved to 6-1 on the season after two blowout weekend victories at the 35th Annual Lions Club Thanksgiving Classic.. On Friday night, the Generals hosted Oglala Lakota College (SD) and came out of the gates strong, leading 59-31 at half. The second half would be much of the same as the Generals would cruise to a 116-56 victory. Dave Wink & Antoine Proctor led the Generals with 16 points a piece, Kade Ferguson had 14 points & 9 rebounds, Steve Ivory had 14 points and 7 rebounds, and JR Cadot & Same Iwueke each had 11 points. Bryen Pyles led the Generals with 7 assists on the evening.
On Saturday night, the Generals stayed hot against Rocky Mountain College. After a high-scoring first half had the Generals up only 9 points at 58-49, their defense clamped down in the 2nd and the Generals ended up winning 131-72. JR Cadot led the Generals with 20 points and 8 rebounds, Omar McDade had 17 points in only his 2nd game back from injury, Kendrick Morse had 16 and 5 assists, and Charlton Wilson had 12 points and 6 rebounds.
The Generals are now 6-1 on the year, and will play Colorado Christian on Tuesday, and then host the Holiday Inn Tournament this weekend against Lake Region State College (Friday) and Western Nebraska (Saturday).

Sunday, November 22, 2009

SC Generals split at weekend tourney; now 4-1 on season

The SC Generals tasted defeat for the first time this season as they got beat on Friday by a good College of Eastern Utah squad. The Generals were up 7 at halftime but went cold in the 2nd half as CEU took over the lead and withstood a late Generals rally to take the victory, 85-75. On Saturday, the Generals bounced back by beating the University of Montana-Western by a score of 115-71. The Generals are now 4-1 on the season and are looking forward to hosting their next 5 games at home, including the annual Thanksgiving Lions Club Classic, where they will play Oglala Lakota College and Rocky Mountain College.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Watch 2009-10 Generals Games Online!

To watch Archived games of the SC Generals this season, go to After registering, you will be able to download any games that you want from the 2009-10 season. We will upload them the day after each game, and they will then be ready to view from your computer. The cost is $25 for 25 games... Go to our website at for more information....

Generals move to 3-0 after home weekend sweep!

The Sheridan College Generals moved to 3-0 after winning their first two home contests of the season, beating the Wyoming All-Stars 78-70 on Friday Night, and then beating Region 9 foe Otero Junior College on Saturday night by a score of 79-68. On Friday night, the Generals were led by JR Cadot with 20 pts, Antoine Proctor with 14, and Jarrell Crayton with 10.

On Saturday night, the Generals took a 40-26 lead into halftime and then held on for the victory. Idris Lasisi paced the Generals with 18 points, JR Cadot had 9 pts & 10 rebounds, and Bryen Pyles chipped in with 9 points on the night.

This week, the Generals will travel to Powell, Wyoming to play in the Northwest College Classic, playing a very talented College of Eastern Utah on Friday Night, and the University of Montana-Western on Saturday....

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

2009-10 Men's Basketball Media Guide is online!

Download our 2009-10 SC Generals Media Guide by clicking here: Enjoy!

SC Men's Basketball Newsletters!

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Monday, November 2, 2009

SC Generals Start 1-0 with tough road victory!

The Sheridan College Generals started the season 1-0 after winning on Sunday at Williston State College (Williston, ND). The Generals trailed by as many as 16 mid-way through the 2nd half before making the furious comeback to take the victory. JR Cadot had 22 points and 9 rebounds, Antoine Proctor finished with 18, Jarrell Crayton added 12 & 7, Kendrick Morse had 10 points, and Steve Ivory produced 8 points and 7 rebounds off of the bench. The Generals trailed 34-44 at half, and 42-58 in the 2nd before making the big run. Up next is the Wyoming All-Stars on the 13th, and then a battle with Otero College on the 14th of November!

Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Check out the new & improved SC Generals Website!

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Generals play well at first Jamborees!

The Sheridan College Generals played well at their 1st Jamborees of the season this past weekend. On Friday & Saturday, they traveled to Casper College to play Eastern Wyoming College, Central Wyoming College, College of Southern Idaho, and Western Nebraska. The Generals finished the Jamboree with a 3-1 record.... On Sunday, the Generals were back on the road to face Black Hills State University and South Dakota School of Mines, to good NAIA schools. The Generals split halves with both teams and competed well. It was exciting to finally see our guys in action against some new competition. We have a lot to work on, but there are a lot of positives. We have a chance to have a special team if we continue to commit to constant improvement in practice every day! Until next time...

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Generals Featured on Juco Junction!

Preseason workouts have gone well and the team is looking strong & healthy. Official practice starts this Thursday, October 1st!

Sunday, August 30, 2009

Idris Lasisi signs Letter of Intent to play for Generals!

Sheridan College Generals Men’s Basketball coach Steve Smiley is proud to announce that Idris Lasisi, a 6’2”, 195 shooting guard from Leuven, Belgium, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for the Generals for the 2009-10 season. Lasisi, who graduated from Sint-Pieterscollege high school in Leuven, will be a freshmen for the Generals this year.
Coach Smiley had the following to say about Idris: “We are very pleased to get a player of Idris’s caliber so late in the summer. We originally thought that we were done recruiting, but when we had a chance to get involved with Idris’s recruitment a couple of weeks ago, we tried everything possible to get him enrolled for the fall semester. We were fortunate that he was able to get his student visa so quickly from the U.S. Embassy and get here in time for the start of classes…. Idris’s main qualities are his physical presence, skill level, and great feel for the game. He is able to stretch opposing defenses with his shooting ability, and he should be a lock-down defender for us once he gets acclimated to our style of play. He had a very productive summer in the Belgian Pro-Am league and he has a chance to be a very special player for us in the future.”

Thursday, August 27, 2009

"Generals Sports Nation"

Hosted by assistant men’s basketball coach Luke Wicks, Generals Sports Nation brings Sheridan College athletics into your living room with scores, highlights, interviews, and a behind the scene look at the Generals and Lady Generals.
Be sure to set your DVR to 6pm every other Wednesday night to channel 14 to catch what is new with SC sports.

The show will also be available on demand at along with all of our other shows from SCPTV.

Here is a direct link to the first episode of Generals Sports Nation

Friday, July 31, 2009

Jake Lohof receives NJCAA Academic All-American status!

Jake Lohof, a sophomore for the Generals this past 2008-09 season, was named as an NJCAA Academic All-American recently! Jake will continue his studies at the University of Wyoming this fall.

3 Generals play in Rick Ball events this summer!

Bryen Pyles (#3) (sophomore guard from Atlanta, GA) & Charlton Wilson (#55) (sophomore post from Newark, NJ) both played in the Rick Ball event in Baltimore, MD, and sophomore wing Steven Ivory Jr played in the Rick Ball event in Chicago, IL this past summer!

Returning sophomore Antoine Proctor plays in JC80 camp!

Returning sophomore wing Antoine Proctor (Washington D.C.) was nominated to play in the Mullen's JC-80 camp in Tulsa, OK this past July and played very well at the camp!

Returning sophomore JR Cadot plays in JC Top 120 Camp!

Returning sophomore JR Cadot (Nassau, Bahamas) was selected to play in the presitigious Mullen's JC Top 120 Camp in Tulsa, OK this past July. According to reports at the camp, he played very well.

Kendrick Morse (Chicago, IL) signs with Generals!

Head coach Steve Smiley is pleased to announce that the Generals have signed 5’7” point guard Kendrick Morse of Rich South High School (Richton Park, IL) to a National Letter of Intent. Morse was a 4-yr starter at Rich South High School, where he had a highly decorated career. As a senior, Kendrick averaged 22 points, 5 assists, and 2 steals per game while leading his team to a 19-8 record before eventually losing in the Regional Championship. Kendrick was named to the All-State, All-Area, and All-Conference teams during his senior year, and he played in the City vs. Suburbs All-Star game and the Legends All-Star game. Kendrick was also rated as one of the top point guards in the state of Illinois by numerous media outlets, including,, and others.

Coach Smiley had this to say about Kendrick: “We’re extremely excited to have Kendrick join our recruiting class. We think has a chance to be a very good player in our program. He is extremely quick, and is very skilled. We feel that he’ll be the type of player that opposing teams will have a tough time matching up, and he will be able to create a lot of opportunities for his teammates because of his ability to penetrate the defense. He also has a chance to be a phenomenal on-ball defender because of his speed and quick hands. If he works hard, he has a chance to be a special player for us.”

Morse is the 6th incoming freshmen to join the Generals for the 2009-10 season, teaming up with Rage Geringer (Guernsey, Wyoming), Jarrell Crayton (Omaha, Nebraska), Kade Ferguson (Newcastle, Wyoming), David Wink (Seattle, WA), and Omar McDade (Logan, UT).

The Generals are coming off a 26-7 season in 2008-09 and will be returning 6 players that made significant contributions this past season, including JR Cadot, Antoine Proctor, Steve Ivory Jr, Bryen Pyles, Sam Iwueke, and Charlton Wilson.

Omar McDade (Logan, UT) signs with Generals!

Logan High School standout point guard Omar McDade has signed a national letter of intent to play with the Sheridan College Generals in 2010. Omar was born February 8th 1990 to Omar Sr. and Jackie McDade in Salt Lake City. He also has 2 younger brothers. Omar averaged 16.5 points, 5 assists, 4.2 rebounds, and 2.5 steals a game in route to leading his team to a runner up finish in the Utah state 3A playoffs.

Player Accomplishments:
McDonalds All-American Nominee, Herald Journal All -Valley Player of the Year (2009), All Region 1st team (region 11, Utah), All State 1st Team - Deseret News, All State 1st team - Salt Lake Tribune
Utah 3A All Tournament 1st team. Logan High School record holder in: Assists in a season, assists in a career, and Omar is currently the 6th all-time leading scorer in school history.

Jarrell Crayton (Omaha, NE) signs with Generals!

Jarrell Crayton a 6’7, 205 lbs forward from Bellevue East High School in Bellevue, Nebraska has just signed a National Letter of Intent to play with the Sheridan College Generals. Jarrell was one of the most highly touted recruits in the state of Nebraska. Throughout the year Crayton received offers from Creighton, Colorado State, and the University of Nebraska. Jarrell started out the 2008-09 season with a bang scoring 51 points in his first game; it was the first 50 plus point game in three decades in Nebraska. As a junior Crayton averaged 18 points and 10.5 rebounds per game and was named First Team All-State (he was the only junior to receive that award), while leading his team to the State Championship game. Jarrell’s senior year he led Class A in scoring at 19.8 points per game, he also pulled down 10 rebounds per game, and was again named First Team All-State.

Coach Smiley had to say this about Jarrell: “Jarrell has a chance to be a very special player at Sheridan College. He’s very talented, athletic, and has a great feel for the game. We’re excited to get a chance to work with Jarrell and continue to refine his game over the next two years. If he applies himself, he could have an unbelievable college career. I’ve known Jarrell since I worked with him at a camp in South Dakota 3 years ago, and I’m ecstatic to have him in our program, as he’s not only a great player, but he’s also a great person. He will positively influence our college in many ways over the next two years.”

Dave Wink (Seattle, WA) signs with Generals!

Wink inks with the Generals
David Wink, a 6-10 240 pound senior from Sammamish High School in Bellevue, WA averaged 10.5 points, 8.5 rebounds, and 2 blocks a game. ESPN has ranked Wink as one of the top 100 post players in the nation for 2009. Wink was being recruited by D1 schools such as Northern Illinois, Washington, Washington State, and Portland State, but the 81st ranked post in the nation ultimately decided on Sheridan College. Wink will join Omar McDade and Kade Ferguson as the Sheridan College Class of 2009 continues to grow.

Generals Sign 2 Wyoming Prospects for 09-10 season!

Rage Geringer a 6’0 ft shooting guard from Glendo, WY is the fourth player to sign with the Sheridan College Generals this year. Rage played his high school basketball at Guernsey-Sunrise where he averaged 27 points and 4.3 steals per game as a senior in 2009. For his career Rage scored over 1600 points. Geringer has received All-state honors in basketball, football, and track, along with having a 4.0 GPA. Geringer is great at using his intelligence and knowledge of the game to his benefit, and he will add the outside threat that a lot teams in junior college lack.

Says Coach Smiley: “Rage is first and foremost an outstanding young man, and he has a chance to be a great player in our program as he continues to develop his strength and his skill level to compete at the collegiate level. He’s a very intelligent player and he understands the game. He’s also a fantastic student in the classroom, and he will represent our program well in the coming years.”

Kade Ferguson to Join Sheridan College Recruiting Class of 2010
Sheridan College Men’s Basketball coach Steve Smiley is pleased to announce the signing of Kade Ferguson a 6’6 power forward from Newcastle, WY. Ferguson, a two time All-State and All-Conference selection that averaged 14.5 points, 11.6 rebounds and 3.5 blocks a game in route to leading his team to a state tournament appearance his senior year. As a senior Kade was a McDonalds All-American Nominee and put up some great season highs: 33 points 24 rebounds, and 11 blocks. As a junior, Kade led his team to a 2nd place finish in the 2008 3A playoffs. Ferguson is the first Wyoming kid to sign with Sheridan College.

Sophomore center Diarra named NJCAA All-American!

Moustapha Diarra (Marseille, France), a 6'10" sophomore was named as an NJCAA All-American following the 2008-09 season. To see a full list of NJCAA All-Americans, click here:

View the 2008-09 Generals Highlight Film!

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Sophomore Josh Peery signs at St. Catherines College in Kentucky!

Sophomore Power Forward has signed a National Letter of Intent to play his final two years at NAIA school, St. Catherine's College of Kentucky. Peery was a two-year starter for the Generals.

Freshmen Quintin Dailey signs at Eastern Michigan!

Freshmen wing Quintin Dailey (Las Vegas, NV) has signed a National Letter of Intent to play next year at NCAA D1 Eastern Michigan University. For more information go to:

Scottie Payne signs at Lynn University!

All-Region PG Scottie Payne has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for NCAA D2 Lynn University. To read more, go to:

Thursday, July 30, 2009

Diarra signs at San Francisco!

Moustapha Diarra has signed to play at NCAA Division the University of San Francisco. Diarra was an NJCAA All-American in 2008-09, as well as an All-Region & All-Conference player for the Generals. For more information, go to:

Generals Basketball fans - Welcome! Our plan is to use this site to further promote our program! Keep checking back in the near future for updates on our program, including our 2009-10 schedule, our updated roster, recruit signings, our players that are moving on to the next level and more!

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Generals Nation

Welcome to the official blog of Coach Steve Smiley and the Sheridan College Generals Men's Basketball team