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Men's Basketball

Blazers 2013-2014

Basketball 2014 
 
 
2006 NJCAA D-III National Champions
2008 NJCAA D-III National Champions

Metro Athletic Conference Champions: 
2000, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008

NJCAA D-III 4th Place in the National Tournament 2000, 2007

Blazer Basketball at a Glance

  • North Lake College, a junior college with 10,000 students, is located in Irving, Texas (near Dallas)
  • Over 90% of Blazer basketball players have continued their education at four-year universities during the last 15 years 
  • 9 former players went on to play for NCAA D-I teams
  • The Blazers won the NJCAA D-III National Championship in 2006 and 2008
  • The Blazers finished fourth in the nation in 2000 and 2007
  • The Blazers have played teams from 25 different states

2013 Kids Basketball Camp

Learn Basketball Skills, Play Games, Have Fun

WHERE: North Lake College
WHEN: June 17-21, 8:30 AM-4:00 PM
FOR: Aspiring Basketball Players, Boys and Girls, Ages 8-14
FEE: $125 (Checks can be made payable to North Lake College Basketball Club)

Campers need to bring a swim suit and a towel if they want to swim during swim break (this is optional). They need to either bring lunch or money to buy lunch at the on campus Subway. The campers will be supervised at lunch which will be in the NLC dining area. Registration is through the North Lake College Continuing Education department. The information is under schedule of courses for summer 2013 C.E.

For further information call coach Tim McGraw at 972-273-3521 or email him at: tmcgraw@dcccd.edu.

About Coach Tim McGraw

Tim McGraw is a veteran coach with more than 30 years of coaching experience ranging from junior high through the professional level.

He was named NJCAA D-III National Coach of the Year for leading the North Lake College Blazers to the NJCAA D-III National Championship in both 2006 and 2008. He was named NJCAA D-III District Three Coach of the Year in 2000, 2006, 2007, and 2008.

As a player he played at John Brown University in Siloam Springs, Arkansas. He also played on four Christian missionary tours which took him to the Philippines, Germany, Austria, Ukraine and the Czech Republic.