Bowling Green, Ohio – Bowling Green junior forward Craig Sealey has been selected to take part in the Global Sports Academy's (GSA) Summer Collegiate Basketball Tour to Belgium and Holland. Sealey's team will be overseas Aug. 5-13 and will play five games on the trip.
Sealey will play on an eight-man team that includes a pair of players from Cleveland State (Tim Kamczyc and Marlin Mason) as well as five players from Gannon, California (Pa.), Pitt-Johnstown, and Albright. The team will be led by Bill Brown, head coach at California (Pa.).
"I am looking forward to this great opportunity to play overseas with my fellow collegiate athletes," Sealey said. "I believe this will be the perfect time to see how far my skill development has come along since the beginning of the summer. I want to also thank those at GSA for allowing me to have this chance to play."
The team will travel to Brussels, Belgium and will play its first game Aug. 7 against Haantjes Oudenaarde. Two days later, Sealey's squad will play the Gent Dragons before facing the Port of Antwerp Giants on Aug. 10. The team will play its third game in three days on Aug. 11 against Waregem and will complete the tour against Basics Melsele the next day.
The Global Sports Academy is a non-profit organization created to arrange athletic competition between equally matched teams at all levels and to promote international goodwill. GSA has been participating in domestic and international competition since 1991 and has grown to support tours for 12 different sports in 25 different countries.