Mainland Eagles Alumni Update 10/01/24

Our Mainland Eagles alumni updates are a recap showcasing and celebrating notable performances of our alumni all-around the world.

The Manawatū Jets have been quick to fill out their roster, locking in both Jackson Stent (2016) and Angus McWilliam (2018) for the 2024 season. Jackson averaged 2.2 points per game and 1.9 rebounds per game for the Jets in 2023. Angus is currently with the London Lightning of the Basketball Super League. 

Max Darling (2018) and Walter Brown (2021) are set to return to the Canterbury Rams. Both players are currently rostered in the Australian NBL on development player contracts. 

After three seasons with the Otago Nuggets, Sam Timmins (2016) will be moving up North to suit up for the Franklin Bulls. Sam previously played for the Bulls during the 2020 Sal’s NBL Showdown.

Mac Stodart (2020) exploded for 23 points against Chadron State right before Christmas. Since our last update, he’s averaged 13.8 points per game and shot 37.5% from deep.

Mac Stodart (2020) and Molly Cockburn (2020).

Maddie Morrow (2023) also put on a scoring clinic, notching her new career-high with 21-points versus Westmont College. 

Hunter Adam (2023) scored 8 points off the bench against the University of Lynchburg and earned his first career start against Ohio University.

Charlotte Whittaker (2019) had a great outing against Arizona State University, scoring 7 points and recording 2 blocks.

Jackson Rhodes (2022), Nic Book (2024), Josh Book (2022) and family with NBA star Tyrese Haliburton. Nic and Josh were visiting their sister Amiee Book (2018) who is an intern with the Indiana Pacers.
Harry Weston (2023) and family catching up over the Christmas holidays.

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