Playing professionally is a dream for most college basketball players. Former Bethune-Cookman star Garrius Holloman is living that dream, but he got an ugly reminder of reality recently as his MEAC Championship ring was stolen. The Manawatu Standard reports that Holloman had his 2011 MEAC Regular Season title ring stolen from his hotel room in New Zealand, where he is currently playing.
“It was the first championship ever in the school’s history,” the American said. “I was a part of history; it’s really important to me.
Holloman was part of the BCU squad that won the regular season title in 2011 and finished as runner up to Norfolk State in the 2012 MEAC Championship game.Holloman averaged 10 points and six rebound per game in two season with BCU.
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