STU Coach Andrew Quansah
Quansah (left) and STU Sports Department Head Samuel Annor (middle) on Courtside.
ATU’s Abubakar attempts layup against Sunyani Technical University.
Sunyani Technical University (STU) Basketball Team Coach Andrew Quansah has pegged basketball in the town at an intermediary level.

He made the statement ahead of STU’s first game in this year’s GHATUSA (Ghana Technical Universites / Polytechnics Sports Associations) Games against Tamale Technical University (TaTU).

Quansah rated the level of basketball in the Brong-Ahafo regional capital during an interview on premier basketball show “Courtside” which airs on Ghana channel Kwese Free Sports.

“Basketball is at an intermediary level but we still have a few years to grow” he said while measuring the level of basketball in Sunyani.

Unlike previous years, STU rolls into the GHATUSA Games with a lot of high expectations after impressing at the Universities, Polytechnics and Colleges (UPAC) Basketball Championship with a quarterfinal berth.

STU topped University of Energy and Natural Resources (UENR) at the divisional level to make the quarterfinals and clinched a win but missed out on further progression after two losses in three games.

The Sunyani-based GSP Basketball League has been in session since 2016.

By Yaw Adjei-Mintah
@YawMintYM on Twitter


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