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Cardinal Men's Basketball Welcomes Myles Belyeu to the Program

Cardinal Men's Basketball Welcomes Myles Belyeu to the Program

UNIVERSITY CENTER -- SVSU Men's Basketball head coach Randy Baruth has announced the signing of Myles Belyeu to the program. The 6-2 guard from Trotwood-Madison High School in Ohio will join the team for the upcoming 2018-19 season.

Belyeu participated in both basketball and football during his prep career. He was a three-year team captain in basketball, where he was a two-time all-conference honoree and was named the league's player of the year in his senior campaign. Belyeu was named all-state honorable mention his junior season and led the team to the state championships game in his senior season. He was the District 15 Player of the Year and All-Area Player of the Year as well in his final year. He is Trotwood's all-time leading scorer. 

Myles Belyeu on joining the SVSU Men's Basketball program...

"I'm extremely proud to announce that I will be attending Saginaw Valley State University. I've been blessed enough to be influenced by many coaches and players while being supported by family and friends. There have been a lot of sacrifices made by everyone and I'm excited to say my work will pay off." 

Trotwood-Madison head coach Rocky Rockhold...

"We couldn't be happier for Myles heading to Saginaw Valley. He's put in the work in the classroom and the court and at a high level in both. Myles is an easy kid to recruit. He's an easy kid to sell as a head coach. I'm just so happy that he's turning the page for the next chapter, although I'm a little sad that our chapter has ended." 

Randy Baruth on the addition of Belyeu to the program...

"After a very storied career at Trotwood-Madison, we are excited to add Myles to Saginaw Valley Men's Basketball. We felt it was a great fit because he will bring size, athleticism, strength, and versatility to our guard position. As well, he is a great young man that values education and family, which are preached heavily within our program."