Drake Bulldogs

7th MVC D-I | 7-21
  • Field Goal %
    314th
    41.2 FG%
  • 3-point %
    186th
    34.9 3P%
  • Points Scored
    166th
    2011 Pts
  • Total Rebounds
    224th
    35.0 RPG
  • ABC News

    Daniel Webster's Marquise Caudill faces multiple charges from fight

    NASHUA, N.H. -- Police have charged two members of the Daniel Webster men's basketball team after a fight during a game that required 25 officers to restore order. Nashua authorities say guard Marquise Caudill assaulted a player from the opposing team Saturday and threatened an officer working a security detail who tried to stop him.?They also said teammate Antwaun Boyd appeared to be inciting an already hostile crowd that had surrounded the officer. Southern Vermont College was playing Daniel Webster, which forfeited the game. The official score was 2-0.? Caudill, 22, of Windsor, Connecticut, is being held on $50,000 cash bail on assault, criminal threatening and disorderly conduct charges.

  • Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot has interaction with police
    Cowboys Wire

    Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot has interaction with police

    Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot was detained by police in Columbus, OH on Friday night. He was headed to The Social Bar when a cop flashed a flashlight in his face. Zeke was then detained for about four minutes, according to TMZ. The TMZ report reads as follows: Ezekiel Elliott’s night was abruptly interrupted by cops after they detained and questioned him….before letting him go. An eyewitness tells us the Cowboys star was on his way to The Social bar Friday night in Columbus, OH when suddenly, and for unknown reasons, a cop lit a flashlight on his face and detained him for about 4 minutes….before letting him go. There is no word on why the officer detained Elliot, but a video was

  • Betances doesn't want to talk to Levine
    SNY

    Betances doesn't want to talk to Levine

    Dellin Betances doesn't feel he needs to talk with Randy Levine after the New York Yankees president called the reliever a victim of "over-the-top demands based on very little sense of reality" by his representatives at an arbitration hearing Friday won by the team. The Yankees beat Betances in the year's final salary arbitration case, and the relief pitcher will be paid $3 million rather than his $5 million request. Levine, on Saturday after the decision was announced, said he felt bad that Betances "was used that way by his agents." "I don't feel like I need to speak to him," Betances said Sunday. "I don't know how they feel on their part. I'm just going to try to get ready, prepare for the