Delme Herriman

Delme Herriman (born 8 May 1973 in Harrogate, England) is a British former professional basketball player.

Herriman, who grew up in Widnes, England, played college basketball in the United States for Wright State University. During a 1995 Midwestern Collegiate Conference quarterfinal game, he made what has been called "the most famous shot in Wright State basketball history", a last-second, game-winning jumper against a ranked Xavier University team. After college, Herriman played in Italy, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany, France, Austria, and England.[1] Herriman was also part of the England team that claimed the bronze medal in Men’s Basketball at the 2006 Commonwealth Games.[2] Head Coach of Liverpool Basketball D2 Men's team, 2016 – present. D2 Coach of the year 2017/18 D2 Coach of the year 2018/19 D2 National Champions undefeated 20-0 (2018/19) D2 National play-off Champions 2019 Director of Archbishop beck sports college. ABL North Coach of the year 2018/19 Undefeated ABL North:10-0 2018/19 National quarter finalists 2019.

Herriman later became a basketball coach. He has completed an autobiography titled Mr. Versatility.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b Tom Archdeacon. "Former Raider takes shot at autobiography". Springfield News-Sun. 10 July 2010. Retrieved on 16 August 2010.
  2. ^ David Bergin. "Former England international Delme Herriman signs for Glyndwr Nets". The Flintshire Chronicle. 29 October 2009. Retrieved on 16 August 2010.