2018 Bill Sudeck Tournament, Presented by the InterContinental Hotel & Conference Center

2018 Bill Sudeck Tournament, Presented by the InterContinental Hotel & Conference Center

The Case Western Reserve University men's basketball team will play host to the 2018 Bill Sudeck Tournament, presented by the InterContinental Hotel & Conference Center, on Friday, November 16th and Saturday, November 17th, welcoming Keystone College, Washington College and Franciscan University to Horsburgh Gymnasium in Cleveland, Ohio for the tournament.



Friday, November 16th

Game 1

5:30 PM

CWRU 78, Franciscan 48

Box Score

Game 2

7:30 PM

Washington 80 , Keystone 56

Box Score 


Saturday, November 17th

Consolation Game

1:00 PM

Franciscan (home) vs. Keystone

Live Stats | Video

Championship Game

3:00 PM

CWRU (home) vs. Washington

Live Stats | Video


* CWRU is always the home team


  • Live Stats links for Saturday's games will be posted following the completion of play on Friday
  • An All-Tournament Team (with a representative from each team) and the Tournament MVP (from the winning team) will be announced at the end of the tournament

The annual Bill Sudeck tournament is played in honor of the late, great coach Bill Sudeck, who served Case Institute of Technology and Case Western Reserve for a combined 46 years before his passing in 2000.  Sudeck won 329 games in a combined 37 years as head basketball coach at Case Institute of Technology and Case Western Reserve University. He also led the cross country and track & field team for 46 years. In 1993-94, Sudeck was named North Coast Athletic Conference Coach of the Year in all three sports – basketball, cross country and track & field.

Sudeck coached his cross country teams to 12 conference titles, including a 10-year period from the late 1960s to the late 70s where the program went undefeated in 66 straight dual meets.  His track & field teams won 14 conference titles, and during his career, he coached four individual NCAA Champions.  During Sudeck's 46 years of coaching, he recruited, coached and mentored more than 30 All-Americans. He was inducted into the Spartan Club Hall of Fame in 1997.

Case Western Reserve opened up its 2018-19 season last Friday night with an 89-80 win over Albion College at Horsburgh Gymnasium.  The team shot 51.9% from the floor overall and 48.3% on three-point attempts, and were led by junior forward Michael Hollis, who scored 23 points on seven-of-seven shooting with nine rebounds.  Sophomore guard Ignas Masiulionis added 23 points and junior guard Sam Hansen scored 14.

The Spartans are under the leadership of Head Coach Todd McGuinness, who is now in his third year with the team.  During his 10 year career as a collegiate head coach, which includes seven years at Hartwick, he has a 135-102 overall record, good for a .570 winning percentage.  McGuinness is assisted by Mike Fitzpatrick and T.J. Duckett.

After going 5-20 last year, Franciscan started its season last Friday night with an 81-68 win on the road against Washington and Jefferson College.  Junior center Matt Trent led the team with a 25-point, 15-rebound performance, while sophomore guard Sean Hickey added 21 points.  The Barons shot 52.7% as a team in the game, including a 38.5% mark from behind the three-point line.

The Barons are coached by Joe Wallace, who is in his third year with the team and has a career-ledger of 10-40.  He is assisted by Anthony Santangelo, John Pizzuti, Tommy Beynon and Adam Martello.

Fresh off a 6-19 campaign in 2017-18, the Shoremen have opened up this season with an 86-76 win at Cairn last Friday and a 73-71 victory over Elizabethtown at home on Tuesday night.  Freshman guard Tray Wright leads the team with 15.5 points and 5.5 assists per game, while junior forward Dallas Marshall and junior guard Austin Allen have added 14.0 and 13.5 points per game, respectively.  Washington has shot 47.5% as a team from the floor, and 40.6% from three-point range.

The Shoremen are coached by Aaron Goodman, who is in his fourth season with the team and holds a career record of 18-59.  He is assisted by Alex Bates, Mike Durilla and Cody Joyce.

Keystone, which went 11-15 in 2017-18, opened its 2018-19 season with a 91-73 setback at SUNY Oneonta last Saturday.  Junior guard Jalen Flynn scored a team-high 16 points, while junior guard Javonte Matthews added 14 points and eight rebounds.  The Giants shot 41.9% from the floor and 26.3% on three-point attempts.

Keystone is coached by Brad Cooper, who is starting his sixth season with the team, and has registered a career record of 44-84.  He is assisted by Neil Harvey and Ryan Perkins.