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Installment No. 5 of the Daily Hampshire Gazette's summer series "Where Are They Now" is standout basketball big man Harper Williams.


"Jim McCoy scored more points and Marcus Camby and Lou Roe certainly got more acclaim nationally, but there weren't many UMass players more beloved than Harper Williams. A center at 6-foot-7, his work ethic defined the early days of UMass' success. He's the latest ex-UMass athlete to take our survey."

Installment No. 4 of the Daily Hampshire Gazette's summer series "Where Are They Now" is standout women's basketball point guard Kathy Coyner. 

Anyone that saw her play knew Kathy Coyner had a high hoop IQ. But she's put her brain to even better use off the court. UMass' former standout point guard is now a surgeon and the latest addition to the summer's "Where Are They No?" feature on this blog.


Matt Vautour's Where Are They Now: Todd Bankhead

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Daily Hampshire Gazette sports writer Matt Vautour has started a feature called "Where Are They Now." In his first installment, Matt was able to catch up with Todd Bankhead - the quarterback for the 1998 NCAA Championship team.


Todd Bankhead then and now- He barely looks like he's aged

Todd Bankhead wasn't highly recruited when he arrived at UMass as Mark Whipple's first quarterback recruit, but the quarterback from California was a perfect fit for Whipple's offense and helped lead the Minutemen to the 1998 Division I-AA Championship.


What years were you at UMass? 1998-2000

What did you major in at UMass?
 Sports Managment

Favorite class? Any of my Sport Managment classes

Favorite professor? Professor Wong