... at Albany he should be able to experience next week — an opportunity to play in the NCAA Basketball Tournament. Cremo, the former Scotia High star who capitalized on the NCAA's graduate transfer ...
Hailing from Scotia, N.Y., Joe Cremo came from small beginnings ... As his numbers grew over his last three years, so did his status along the college basketball landscape. The 6-foot-4 guard sparked ...
two more student-athletes have been officially added to the Men's Basketball roster after completing aid agreements. Incoming freshman forward Saddiq Bey (Washington, D.C.) and graduate transfer guard ...
D.C.) and graduate transfer guard Joe Cremo (Scotia, N.Y./University of Albany) to the basketball roster and are now set for the 2018-19 season, which begins No. 6 against Morgan State. “We’re very ...
The biggest of those two names is Cremo, who played his high school basketball at Scotia-Glenville. According multiple sources, Cremo had a final meeting with Head Coach Will Brown on Thursday and the ...
a 6-foot-4 guard out of Scotia (N.Y.), didn’t go through the recruiting process in high school. In fact, Cremo committed to Albany during his junior season, before it got started. He never took an ...
Cremo, a native of Scotia, New York, recently completed an official visit ... and will make the jump to a high-major program in 2018-19. How much does Cremo love basketball? He wants a school that ...
Cremo, a 6-foot-4 guard, averaged 17.8 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.8 assists this past season and shot 46 percent from 3-point range. The native of Scotia, New York, also visited Kansas, Texas and ...
That doesn’t make the Blue Devils infallible, however, and the Duke staff is looking to fill in two of the few gaps by pursuing Albany graduate transfer Joe Cremo, a 6-foot-4 guard out of Scotia ... ...
Scotia grad Joe Cremo's game-high 23 points powered the UAlbany men's basketball team past UMass Lowell on Thursday night 70-62. Travis Charles and David Nichols had 16 and 13 points respectively. The ...