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Team: Davenport Panthers [ID #646] Bookmark Davenport Panthers

Location: Grand Rapids, MI (Midwest)

Conference: V.7 [Division 2]

President: So Cal Sparty send message
          [since May 15th 2020 | last seen July 06th 2020]

Coach: Juan Alvarado

Arena: Student Center

Rating: 63.32 - Overall Position: #806

Fan Mood: 116.41

Alumni Mood: 74.10

Prestige: 36

Team Notes:

• Oct 03 2013: Juan Alvarado was hired as the new head coach.
• Oct 03 2013: Preston Fields was fired as head coach.
• Aug 29 2013: Promoted to conference V.7.
• Mar 21 2013: Preston Fields was hired as the new head coach.
• Mar 21 2013: Colin Meyers was fired as head coach.
• Mar 10 2013: Made the division 3 tournament field.
• Mar 02 2013: 2-star prospect Lenny Bowers committed.
• Mar 02 2013: Won the VI.13 conference.
• Oct 20 2012: Hired So Cal Sparty as president.
• Aug 30 2012: Colin Meyers was hired as the new head coach.


Wins: 0 Losses: 0 Pct: .000     Conf Wins: 0 Conf Losses: 0 Conf Pct: .000     Last10: 0-0 Streak: -

Pts Ave: 0.0 - 0.0     Pts Diff: 0.0     Team Power Index: 131.5

Press Releases:

Mar 21 2013: Davenport Hires Player Development Wizard - by So Cal Sparty on June 29th, 2020

Davenport University has hired Juan Alvarado as their new head coach. Alvarado has mastered the art of player development. He is also pretty good at coaching both defense and offense and is still a decent recruiter. Davenport president, Matt Kaiser, has made clear that they plan to build their program with great player development.

Feb 23 2013: Alumnus Inherits Top 5 Program - by So Cal Sparty on June 20th, 2020

Davenport alumnus, Matt Kaiser, has taken over the men's basketball program. Matt graduated from Davenport in 2015 as an MBA with an emphasis in accounting. He has inherited a team that is currently ranked #5 in Division 3 and is looking to make a run in the upcoming NCAA tournament.

Matt intends to move Davenport up the ranks of college basketball to compete with their primary rival, Grand Valley State University. GVSU is currently ranked in the top 10 of Division 1, but Matt believes that Davenport can and will reach the level of Grand Valley. In a recent interview Matt said, "We have some catching up to do, but I believe that we will catch, and even surpass, Grand Valley's level of success."