Previous Champions

2019 Champs: Team '06-'11

It was a hard fought championship for Kenny Doonan's team.  Unlike 2017 when this team ran through the league registering the first perfect season, injuries slowed the two-time champions in 2019.  The 2013 champions, Glory Days, captained by Greg Keating and led by MVP-caliber play of Nick Delfico, came up just short in this rematch of  the 2016 Championship game.

Kenneth Doonan '06 - Captain

Andre Pope '09

Michael Coleman '09

John Letscher '08

Brinsley Johnson '12

Justin Walters '08

Sho Obemeata '09

Kameron Tedder '12

Gregory Gadson '10

Salvatore Pacitto '10

Daniel Otto '10

2018 Champs: Team '05-'06

 

 

There was a new team in the championship game with the upstarts led by Griff Alfaro taking on the veteran '05-'06 squad led by Miro Fain.  Griff and Chris Nash led their team to a half time lead, but Miro Fain and Danny Staudt caught fire in the second half.  The'05-'06 team built a double digit lead and didn't look back, earning their third IPABL Championship. 

 

Miro Fain '05

Danny Staudt '06

Billy Parilla '05

Jimmy Robertson '05

Paul Lippolis '05

Thomas Bopp '05

Luke Gorz '05

2017 Champs: Team '06-'11

Kenny Doonan's team ran through the league registering the first perfect season. The defending champs were tested in the Finals by Mickey Schneider's team made up of Iona men from the early 90's. Michael Kiers continued his MVP-worthy performance, but the '06-'12 team proved to be too much in the end.

Kenny Doonan '06 

Andre Pope '09

Michael Coleman '09

Luke Wooters '12

Elijah Grimes '08

John Letscher '08

Brinsley Johnson '12

Kevin Conroy '12

Jonathan Zagroba '11

Sho Obemeata '09

2016 Champs: Team '06-'11

Mira Fain's team took a year off from the finals but for the fourth year in a row Greg Keating's Glory Days Team contended for the league championship.  League newcomers captained by Sho Obemeata and Kenny Doonan proved too much in a hard-fought Final.  Despite an early lead and sharp shooting by Glory Days in the first half, the younger team mounted a comeback and prevailed.

Kenny Doonan '06 

Shioma Obemeata '09

Elijah Grimes '08 

Brinsley Johnson '12

Mike Coleman '09 

Andre Pope '09 

Jonathan Zagroba '11

Tom Zagreb '08

John Letcher '08

Rob Jenezcak '07

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2015 Champs: Team '05-'06

 

 

In a rematch of the 2013 Finals, Miro Fain and his team defended their Iona Prep Alumni Basketball League Championship beating Greg Keating's Glory Days ('98-'99). After a hot shooting first half by Glory Days, the '05-'06 defending champs turned to Danny Staudt's sharp shooting to bring the trophy home.  

 

Miro Fain '05

Danny Staudt '06

Billy Parilla '05

Chris Bellino '05

Jimmy Robertson '05

Paul Lippolis '05

Mike Demasi '05

Thomas Bopp '05

Derek Babel '05

Luke Gorz '05

2014 Champs: Team '05-'06

 

After falling in the 2013 finals, Captain Miro Fain led his team to the Iona Prep Alumni Basketball League Championship in 2015.  They defeated the Jeremy Knox and Perte Milani-captained '01-'03 Team.  The teams celebrated a hard-fought final at Butterfield 8 a few weeks later.

 

Miro Fain '05

Billy Parilla '05

Connor Scanlon '05 

Chris Bellino '05

Thomas Bopp '05

Luke Gorz '05

Jimmy Robertson '05

Paul Lippolis '05

Danny Staudt '06

Mike Demasi '05

2013 Champs: Team '98-'99 (Glory Days)

 

Captain Greg Keating led his Glory Days team to the Iona Prep Alumni Basketball League's Inaugural Championship.  They defeated the Miro Fain-captained Team '05.  The winners celebrated at sponsor Butterfield 8 where the Championship was awarded with each team member's name engraved on it.

 

Greg Keating '98

Bernie Childs '99

Sebastian DeFatta '98

Dan Sciacca '98

Miguel Ravina '99

Ryan Sullivan '99

Brian Mulroy '99

Chris McGuire '99

Ryan Falvey '98

John Seredynski '99

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