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Bridgewater Signs With French Pro Basketball Club

FRANCE – A huge career milestone for Dominick Bridgewater this week, as he continues to climb the pro basketball ladder in France.

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FRANCE – A huge career milestone for Dominick Bridgewater this week, as he continues to climb the pro basketball ladder in France.

Bridgewater moved up to the second division in France, and signed with Champagne Basket for the upcoming season.

It will be the highest promotion of Bridgewater’s career contracted for a full season.

He previously played in pro b for just three games in 2021 when For-sur-mer Byers needed depth for a playoff run.

Bridgewater’s career in France began at the under-21 level in the Byers organization.

The team then placed him on loan to Sapela basket 13 in the NM2 League. 

Following that, he signed with US Avignon in the nm1 league. 

In two seasons, he averaged 14.4 points, 4.8 assists per game.

Basketball

The excitement around a reinvigorated senior women’s national team program makes the transition to the court.

The team will host training camp June 10-17 at the Kendal Isaacs Gymnasium, beginning each night at 7pm.

The camp is open to all senior women players pre-registered at bbfbasketball.com.

Ole Miss Head Coach Yolett McPhee-McCuin returned to her role as head coach of the senior women program back in March.

During her previous stint, she led the team to the 2015 CBC Basketball Championship.

Baseball

Monday was opening day for several of the country’s youngest pro baseball prospects in the Dominican Summer League.

Bohan Adderley had the debut every player dreams about, a home run in his first at bat, of his first pro game.

The 6’3″ outfielder homered to right field in the second inning of his DSL Mets’ 2-0 win over the DSL Yankees.

After going hitless in game one, Texas Rangers prospect Rashawn Pinder got his first hit this morning in game two.

Pinder went deep for a solo home run in the first inning against the DSL Tigers.

In an inter-squad matchup, Boston Red Sox prospect Tavano Baker got his first hit in his DSL Red’s 3-2 loss to DSL Blue.

Marlins prospect Breyias Dean got his second season in the DSL off to an insanely good start at the plate.

Dean finished 4-5 with three RBI and scored one run in his club’s 11-9 win over the DSL Rangers Red.

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