Cal State Dominguez Hills






Zachary Woods
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Team: Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros [ID #356] Bookmark Cal State Dominguez Hills Toros

Location: Carson, CA (West)

Conference: I.1 [Division 1]

President: Holocron send message
          [since December 23rd 2018 | last seen January 20th 2022]

Coach: Herbert Horn

Arena: Torodome

Rating: 375.46 - Overall Position: #9

Fan Mood: 136.61

Alumni Mood: 154.95

Prestige: 108

Team Notes:

• Jun 27 2023: Grady Monk was signed as a free agent by Detroit.
• Jun 27 2023: Riley Hall was drafted round #2, pick #5 by New Orleans.
• Mar 12 2023: Made the national tournament field.
• Feb 11 2023: 3-star prospect Loren Butterfield committed.
• Feb 02 2023: 4-star prospect Patrick Vogel committed.
• Sep 01 2022: Promoted to conference I.1.
• Mar 13 2022: Made the national tournament field.
• Jan 22 2022: 3-star prospect Luka Delemović committed.
• Oct 07 2021: Anderson Rogers was inducted into the team Hall of Fame.
• Mar 14 2021: Made the national tournament field.


Record:

Wins: 6 Losses: 3 Pct: .667     Conf Wins: 0 Conf Losses: 0 Conf Pct: .000 Conf Rank: 11     Last10: 6-3 Streak: W4

Pts Ave: 88.9 - 71.3     Pts Diff: +17.6     Team Power Index: 144.7

Press Releases:

Apr 02 2016: CSDH 2016 Recap (IV.4) - by Holocron on December 16th, 2020

The Toros came into the season as a favorite to promote. After goin 10-0 in Non-Conference games they stumbled out of the gate in Conference games. After a small tactics adjustment CSDH took the league by storm and secured the #1 spot after once again RHIT stumbling and falling flat. The Toros secured another Conference Title which made 3 in a row as well as back to back Conference Playoff Championships. CSDH got a bid into the D.1 tournament but were eventual bounced out by Azusa Pacific in the round of 32. CSDH was also able to finally become a ranked team and topping out at 8 in the Top 25. The Toros will lose 4 starters this off-season so this may end their dominant run. This will be Rogers team next season and management hopes he has enough in the tank to keep them from demoting.

Recruiting

The Toros once again swing and miss on two big fish. They were able to walk away with 3* prospect Aaron Stokes who looks to be a SF/PF. The Toros also round off the class with 3 2* recruits. While they appear to be promising they will need the guidance of Coach De Luca in developing to become serviceable backups and eventual starters in the future.

Team Awards

MVP: Rogers
MIP: Milligan
Best Senior: Carroll
6th Man: Ahlberg


Mar 26 2015: CSDH 2015 Recap (V.8) - by Holocron on October 20th, 2020

The Toros came in as a preseason favorite after just promoting from VI.16. Toros were a #2-3 seed most of the season until RHIT took a stumble and that allowed Head Coach De Luca to guide the team to a Conference Title and a Conference Championship. The Toros got a bid into the D.2 tournament and made the R16 before ultimately falling to Dartmouth 81-68. The team will be losing 3 seniors but only one was a starter which is JT Edwards leaving a sizable hole at the PF position. The rest of the team will be coming back to make a run again.

Recruiting:

Toros lost out on a lot of big fish but were able to recover after sending scouts to Australia and finding Zak Bernard a 3* PG who has a lot of upside to be a starter after Carroll leaves.

CSDH is also bringing in two potentially solid role players in Clyde Nixon (3* SG) and Louie Ahlgren(3* PF/C). The Toros will need Ahlgren to have an Anthony Davis growth spurt or he may find himself struggling to find minutes in an already crowded wing.

Lastly, the Toros had to scramble to find an actual big man and went to New York to find Clay Jenkins (2* PF). Jenkins signed in the last recruiting days as he struggled with academics. Jenkins is behind in development but with Coach De Luca’s ability to groom talent at an exceptional rate he may see some minutes after his RS season and become a starter by his JR/SR season.

Team Awards:

MVP: Ryan McCain
MIP: Anderson Rogers
Best Senior: J.T Edwards
Best Freshman: Ed Reid