BCC’s Lang Agrees To Play For Webber International

By  //  July 9, 2012

Eighth Titan To Sign With Four-Year School

BREVARD COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA – Continuing a remarkable run of success for the Brevard Community College men’s basketball program, Isaac Lang has become the eighth graduating sophomore to sign with a four-year school.

BCC sophomore guard Isaac Lang will play for Webber International University next season. (Image courtesy Brevard Community College)

Six of the eight have committed to NCAA Division I universities.

Lang, 28, signed to play for NAIA Division II Webber International University in Babson Park.

A 6-foot, 185-pound shooting guard, Lang was a second team All-Southern Conference selection as a freshman for the Titans in 2010-11.

He was BCC’s fourth leading scorer that year averaging 10 points per game. Lang also averaged 4.7 rebounds, and shot 34 percent from the three-point line.

Last season, playing fewer minutes, Lang averaged 4.2 points and 1.8 rebounds per game and was a two-year captain for BCC.

“Ike was an outstanding leader, player and person for two years at Brevard,” head coach Jeremy Shulman said of the married father-of-two who commuted daily from Orlando to attend classes and play basketball.

“Ike is a big time shooter, and was an absolute steal for Webber. He will be a major player for the next two years there. I was very blessed to have had the opportunity to coach Ike at BCC, and am excited to see him flourish at the next level.”

Webber finished 11-16 overall last season, 4-12 in the Sun Conference.