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2010-11 Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball 2010-2011

Coach: Parrish Petry
Phone: 717-676-5198
Semester: Fall/Spring

The 2010-11 Penn State-York men’s basketball team enters the season with many new faces that will join five returners from last years team that finished at the top of the Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) Southern Division for the second straight year.

Leading the group of returners at the guard position is Josh Czerski (Towson Catholic). He is joined by Johan Erimee, Xavier Smith, Durant Harvin and Matt Rotonda, who all return for their second year in the program. This group will compete for playing time with seven new faces on the roster. This group includes sophomore Zach Harlem (Oneonta) and six freshmen. The freshmen are Danny Hoffman (North Carroll), Jermell Flemming (Steelton), David Salerno (Notre-Dame Green Pond), Ben Todd(Hereford), Seth Warren(Dover), and Chemin Lambert(York).

Despite this years lack of experience, the team will be looking for their third consecutive finish at the top of the division. The top eight teams in the PSUAC conference earn the opportunity to play for a birth to the Bryce Jordan Center in the conference “Final Four” and the conference championship. The conference champion earns an automatic birth to the National Tournament.

2010-2011 Men's Basketball Roster
MiscJersey #NamePositionHeightClass-Yr.High School
3Ryan BradshawG5'9"FreshmanMount Carmel
12Josh CzerskiG6'0"JuniorTowson Catholic
21Johan ErimeeF6'6"SeniorAmerican Christian High School
23Zach HarlemF6'4"SophomoreOneonta High School
14Durant HarvinG5'10"SophomoreFranklin High School
5Chemin LambertG5'9"FreshmanYork High School and William Penn High School
24Jamahl RallsG6'FreshmanEdgewood
11Matt RotondaG5'9"SeniorToms River High School
20David SalernoG5'10"FreshmanNotre Dame Green Pond High School
10Xavier SmithF6'2"SophomoreC.M. Wright
52Ben ToddC6'6"FreshmanHereford High School
45Seth WarrenC6'5"FreshmanDover High School

*= Academic All-Conference

= All-Conference PSUAC

Assistant Coach: Alex Knox

Scorekeeper: Josh Jamison

Manager: Tay Williams

Wins: 9| Losses: 13| Winning Percentage: .409

2010-2011 Men's Basketball Schedule
November 16, 20108:00 p.m.Central PennAwayL72-76
November 19, 2010TBAYork CollegeAwayL57-90
November 23, 20108:00 p.m.Valley Forge Christian CollegeHomeL60-84
December 1, 20108:00 p.m.Mont AltoHomeW91-79
December 4, 20103:00 p.m.FayetteHomeW73-62
December 7, 20107:00 p.m.ScrantonHomeW74-55
December 11, 20101:00 p.m.New KensingtonAwayL58-55
December 12, 20101:00 p.m.Apprentice SchoolHomeL92-64
January 13, 20118:00 p.m.Penn CollegeAwayW72-71
January 14, 20118:00 p.m.Greater AlleghenyHomeW71-64
January 18, 20117:00 p.m.Central PennHomeL79-80
January 22, 20113:00 p.m.SchuylkillHomeW78-74
January 24, 20118:00 p.m.Mont AltoAwayL71-81
January 29, 20113:00 p.m.BeaverAwayL68-76
February 3, 20118:00 p.m.Lancaster Bible CollegeHomeL57-71
February 7, 20118:00 p.m.SchuylkillAwayW89-86
February 9, 20118:00 p.m.HazletonAwayW62-51
February 12, 20113:00 p.m.DuBoisHomeL74-87
February 13, 20113:00 p.m.BrandywineAwayL80-81
February 15, 20118:00 p.m.BrandywineHomeL68-69
February 17, 20118:00 p.m.Wilkes-BarreHomeW74-72
February 19, 20112:00 p.m.PSUAC Elite 8DuBoisL67-72

Awards for the 2010-2011 season will be announced at the awards banquet.

Parrish Petry

Coach: Parrish Petry
Phone: 717-676-5198
Semester: Fall/Spring


Mathematics Teacher
Hempfield School District


  • West York High School
  • Shippensburg University, B.S. in Mathematics
  • Millersville University, Masters Equivalency in Education

Coaching History:

Veteran high school coach of twenty-four years in both York and Lancaster counties. Most recently he was the head boys coach at Red Lion High School and during that time the basketball program enjoyed the most success in the history of the school earning five division championships, played in two Division 3 AAAA finals, three state tournaments, and finished in the eastern semi-finals in 2004.

Voted Coach of the Year four times in York County.

Playing History:

Three sport athlete in high school – basketball, baseball, and football - and earned All League honors in each sport. Voted one of West York’s Top Ten athletes in school history and holds the school record for the most points scored in a career with 1,359.

Four-year varsity athlete at Shippensburg University earning All Conference first team selection in his junior and senior years. Served as team captain.

Basketball Goal:

Build on the past season’s success in becoming an annual participant in the conference play-offs. We hope to build a reputation within our conference of being a strong contender for divisional and league championships each and every year. With the talent in York and Lancaster areas combined with a rich northern Maryland recruiting base we hope to bring in student athletes that are interested in earning a Big Ten education while playing against some of the best local Division 3 colleges.

Life Philosophy:

Always Do What Is Right!

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