Former Virginia Tech guard Erick Green, the ACC’s Player of the Year and nation’s top scorer as a senior, signed a one-year deal to play for the team that has won the last seven Italian league titles, Siena.
Green played in the Las Vegas Summer League for the Denver Nuggets, who retain his NBA rights but want him to spend a year developing his game abroad.
Old Dominion announced a schedule with 16 home games in its first season with Jeff Jones as coach.
The Monarchs, in their first year in Conference USA, will play several non-league games against familiar foes. That includes a New Year’s Day game at William and Mary, as well as games Dec. 8 at VCU, Dec. 14 at Georgia State, Dec. 21 at UNC Wilmington, Dec. 28 at Richmond, and at home Jan. 4 against George Mason.
Early home games include an opener Nov. 8 against Missouri State and Nov. 15 vs. Murray State.Copyright © 2015, CT Now