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The Moberly Area Community College Men’s Basketball Program has added five transfers to their 2022-23 Roster.

Joining the Greyhounds are:
Brandon Hall (6’4” guard, frosh., Chicago, Illinois/East Tennessee State);
Noah Gordon (6’7”, 230 lb. forward, frosh., Mt. Vernon, IN./Olney Central CC);
Raeshaun Ambris (6’4” guard, Soph., Toronto, Canada/Angelina CC); 
Tedrick Washington (6’2” guard, Soph., Blytheville, AR./Shawnee CC)
and Tre’von Spiller (6’8” forward, Soph., Charleston, SC/USC Salkehatchie).

Hall is transferring from Division I East Tennessee State University where he redshirted this past season. He played his high school basketball at Thornton HS in Chicago where he averaged 18 ppg and 9 rebounds per contest during his senior season.  Hall was named First Team All-State and 1st Team All-Conference as he leads Thornton to a 33-1 record.

Gordon is a 6’7”, 230 lb. forward from Mt. Vernon High School where he averaged 18.6 ppg, and 11.1 rebounds along with 1.5 blocks per contest during his senior campaign.  This past season at Olney Central CC(IL.), Gordon averaged 11.5 points per game along with 4.4 rebounds and 2.5 assists while scoring a career-high of 26 points vs. Kaskaskia College in the regional tournament.

Ambris is a very athletic, versatile 6’4” wing who will be transferring from Angelina CC(TX.) where he averaged 11.1 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 assists per contest last season.  Ambris made 40 three-pointers during the season with 16 double-figure games while starting all 28 contests. He played one season of Prep School at First Love Christian.

Washington will be transferring from Shawnee CC(IL.) where he played this past season.  During the 21-22 season, he averaged 14.3 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 3 assists per game while connecting on 55 3’s in 27 games.  Washington was named First Team All-Conference and All-Region while leading Shawnee CC to the finals of the Region 24 Tournament.

Spiller is a 6’8” athletic forward from Charleston, SC.  He played his high school basketball at Military Magnet Academy where he averaged 25.3 points, 8.7 rebounds, and 4.3 blocks per game during his senior season.  He will be transferring from USC Salkehatchie CC where he played this past season and averaged 7.7 points per game along with 4.5 rebounds.  Spiller shot 57% from the field and posted 11 double-figure scoring games with a season-high of 19 points and 10 rebounds.

   “The nature of college basketball these days is constant change and each season remodeling your roster,” said Coach Patrick Smith, “We obviously lost some very good players from a really good team who will be playing at the 4-year level next season.  However, we believe in reloading at MACC, and with the previous recruits signed coupled with these additions, feel we have positioned ourselves to be a quality team again next season.  Hall is a very, tough physical guard who is just a very good all-around player that really knows how to win.  We recruited Gordon hard out of high school and gives us a player who can score inside and outside as well as board the ball.  Ambris is just a super athlete who is so versatile and can truly play all 4 perimeter positions and combines driving and shooting ability.  Washington is a flat-out scorer and all-around player who is so good with the ball in his hands creating for both himself and others.  Spiller is another superb athlete who combines unbelievable jumping ability with a good skill package as well as being a shot blocker.  We are very pleased to have these five student-athletes join our Greyhound Program and feel good about our roster at this time with our combination of transfers and incoming freshmen.”

Moberly finished 28-7 last season while winning the Region 16 and Midwest District Championships and reaching the NJCAA Sweet 16 at Hutch.


8th straight victory for 24-6 regular season record.

The #24 nationally ranked  Moberly Area Community College Men’s Basketball Team won their 8th straight victory with a convincing 95-69 win at State Fair Community College on Saturday evening.  Moberly jumped out to an early lead and was on top 48-31  at the half on a last second three pointer by freshman James Dent.  Moberly was not threatened the second half in securing a tie for the MCCAC Conference Title.  6’8” freshman post Dorian Staples had a huge first half for the Greyhounds and ended up with 19 points and 10 rebounds, 6’5” frosh. wing Sincere Parker scored 19 points and 6’0” frosh. PG Tyren Moore had 17 points and 8 assists.  Jame Butler lead State Fair with 19 points and Chad Klatzer added 9 points.

“Very proud of the improvement in this team throughout the season,” said Coach Patrick Smith, “A good way to end the season with a solid performance we’ve been giving consistently as this season has progressed.     Now it’s onto the post season and the start of our Region16 Tournament Friday against a very good Three Rivers team.  We always talk about improving every day and the process of continual improvement; never is it more important than heading into post season play and we look forward to that challenge.”

Moberly improved to 24-6 with their 8th consecutive win along with clinching a tie for the MCCAC  Conference Title with a 10-3 record(tie with Mineral Area).  The Greyhounds are ranked #24 in the latest NJCAA Poll along with being the 9th ranked in the Massey Jr. College rankings.  They will open region play on Friday at Lincoln University in Jefferson City vs. Three Rivers at 3:00 PM in the semi-final round. 

Moberly defeated St. Louis CC on the road Tuesday evening by the score of 72-54.  Sincere Parker lead Moberly with 26 points and Michael Thomas added 12 points





Moberly Area Community College Head Women’s Basketball Coach, Hana Haden, has announced the addition of two new staff members for the 2021-2022 season.

Camden Levett joins the Greyhounds after spending the last three seasons as the head coach at Northwest College, a Division I NJCAA program in Wyoming where he improved his team’s winning percentage in each season. Prior to that, Levett served as the assistant coach at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana where he helped lead the team to 23 wins and a 5th seed in the NAIA National Tournament. Levett got his start in women’s college basketball at Central Methodist University, where he helped lead the team to an overall record of 50-15 in two seasons. Levett is a native of Macon, Missouri and attended the University of Central Missouri.

“I’m really excited to add a person and coach of Cam’s caliber to our staff. He brings head coaching experience at the NJCAA level and has been a part of some very successful teams and programs. His experience and knowledge will be a huge asset to our student athletes and I know that he is very excited to be back in mid-Missouri.”

Regina Garrett comes to Moberly after serving on year as an assistant coach at NJCAA Division I program, Caldwell Tech in Hudson, North Carolina. Prior to Caldwell Tech, Garrett was a graduate assistant coach for the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA where she worked under WNBA Hall of Famer as a player, Tina Thompson. Garrett played junior college basketball at Arkansas State Mid-South before finishing her career at NCAA Division I South Carolina State University. At SCSU, Garrett led he team in three point percentage.

“Regina is a young and energetic coach who will serve as a very valuable resource to our student athletes. She played junior college basketball before playing Division I, which is the goal for our players. She will be able to give them some very recent and relevant perspective based on her own experience.”

Levett and Garrett replace former Lady Greyhound assistants, Dustyn Yung and Jalisa Mitchell. Dustyn Yung is now the Head Coach at Battle High School in Columbia, Missouri. Jalisa Mitchell is now on staff at Providence College as the Associate Director of Player Development.