Tim Gordon plays for the future

By Catharine Hernson
March 14, 2002

Senior year can be difficult for any regular student, and especially for an athlete trying to win the conference championship again. English and communications major Tim Gordon did just that this winter and succeeded.

The men’s basketball team stole the Pennsylvania Athletic Conference championship after being seeded fourth in the conference tournament. The men went on to win their way to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA championship tournament. This was Gordon’s best memory of his three years on the Cabrini men’s basketball team. “We went further in the tournament then any other Cabrini team, so that was really good,” Gordon said.

Gordon transferred from Bucks County Community College as a sophomore. He became the starting shooting guard in his junior year. Gordon wants the team to remember him as a hard working player who gave his all every game, but always had fun at the same time.

The future looks promising to Gordon. After graduation his plans are indecisive. He either wants to move to California or go over seas. The idea of California is to live by the beach and see just where life will take him for the summer. He wants to go over seas to try and play basketball.In fact he would like to play professional basketball after he graduates anyway, “It would be nice, especially to get paid for it.”

Basketball is a way of life for some players. Gordon is an example of that type of player. A player who works hard on and off the court, and would love to play even if he has to travel over seas.

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