OPRF basketball's Levin considering scholarship offer from Miami of Ohio

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By Brad Spencer

Sports Editor

OPRF standout forward Gabe Levin is mulling over a full scholarship offer from Miami University in Ohio. The Redhawks compete in the Mid-American Conference and they could use Levin's skills. The team went 9-21 last season.

Levin, a senior who averaged 19 points and nine rebounds per game over the winter season, hauled down 12 rebounds and fellow OPRF senior Ka'Darryl Bell (Bradley University) scored 14 points while pocketing six steals to help lead the Westside squad to a victory over the Southside squad in the Norm Van Lier United Hoops Classic All-Star game at the University of Chicago recently.

OPRF head coach Matt Maloney said Levin is also considering attending St. Thomas More Prep School in Connecticut. 

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OPRF Achievement Gap  

Posted: May 14th, 2012 5:49 PM

@ Ghost - not jealous. I congratulated Gabe! Re Read the post please. My comment was to WJ who barely focuses on Academics of Music or the arts. Can not remember the last time they reported a story like this - paragraph about an OPRF student who got a Music scholarship to or for acting. In fact, this year there is a Student accepted to Harvard! Not a whimper from this great paper.

Ghost of Zuppke from Oak Park  

Posted: May 13th, 2012 10:02 PM

Mr Gap...this is being reported because it's NEWS! WJ & Oak Leaves do indeed list OPRF & Fenwick students who get academic scholarships. There are many more of them then there are D1 athletic scholarships. Quit being so jealous. Good luck Gabe!

OPRF Achievement GAP  

Posted: May 13th, 2012 7:23 AM

Congratulations Gage Levin! @ WJ, why don't you report on those that are getting Music or Academic Scholarships. Come on - lets help the situation get better - and not only promote Sports Achievement. Kind of skewed are you not?

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