SFCC Adds Two To Roadrunner Basketball
State Fair Community College (SFCC) Roadrunners Basketball Head Coach Matt Brown has announced Malik Madison and Elliot Sieger have signed their National Letters of Intent and will begin their academic and athletic careers at SFCC in the fall.
Madison is a 6’8’’ forward, from Sacramento, California. Madison played at Sacramento High School and for West Coast Elite Basketball.
“Malik will add rebounding and defense to our team,” said Brown. “He will also be a rim protector for us."
Sieger, a 6’2’’ guard, who spent one year at the International Sports Academy, a prep school that offers some of the country’s premier training and showcase camps. Prior to that, Sieger at Whitney Young High School in Chicago, where he earned All-City and All-State honors. As a senior, Sieger averaged 18 points, five rebounds, and three assists per game. Sieger was an honor roll recipient all four years in high school.
“Elliot is an excellent student and we are very fortunate to have him,” said Brown. “He is a really good athlete who played for a really good high school program. He will be able to help us at the point guard position.”
--David Rohrbach, SFCC Athletics