Two Spokane Sophomores Moving On
Two Spokane Sasquatch Men’s Basketball players have signed Letters of Intent for full-ride scholarships to continue their playing careers at the four-year Level. Danny Marshall has signed at Lewis Clark State College and Rodney Delgardo signed with College of Idaho. Sasquatch coach Clint Hull as now seen 15 players move on to the four-year level during his time at Spokane.
Danny Marshall has signed to play at NAIA Lewis Clark State College for first year Coach Brandon Rinta. The power forward from East Valley in Spokane played an integral role in the success of the Sasquatch over the past two seasons. He was named to the second team All-East Region and selected to play in the NWAACC all-star game. He averaged 15.2 points and 7.8 rebounds per game in conference play while shooting 57% from the field.
“Danny gives us a skilled forward that can do a little bit of everything,” Rinta said. “He has been a huge part of a very successful program at SCC for the last two years. I expect him to do the same here at LC State.”
Rodney Delgardo has signed to play at College of Idaho in Caldwell, Idaho for coach Rod Jenson. Delgardo, a 6’0 point guard from Rainier Beach in Seattle is coming off a successful sophomore season playing for the Community Colleges of Spokane Sasquatch. He was a huge part a team that went 22-8 and earned a 3rd place trophy in the NWAACC tournament. His defensive presence, his unselfish play and his highlight-reel dunks will be greatly missed.
“We are really excited to have Rodney as part of the college of Idaho basketball program. He brings to us a skill set which I believe will help us both on the defensive end and in our transition game. Coming from a winning program such as Spokane we feel that Rodney will be prepared to be a major factor right away!,” said Jenson.