FORT WAYNE, IN (November 16, 2012) –The Fort Wayne Mad Ants announced today that Dominic Cheek (6-6, 190lb forward), Lenny Daniel (6-8, 215lb forward), and Dante Williams (6-0, 185lb guard), have been waived.
The Mad Ants training camp roster sits at 12 players as the team will head to Canton, Ohio, this Saturday to play in an exhibition game against the Canton Charge at 3:00pm.
Here is the current training camp roster:
NAME Position HT WT COLLEGE
Mike Anderson Forward 6-8 205 VCU
Bryant Austin Forward 6-6 215 Indiana Tech
Dariese Gary Guard 6-1 205 New Mexico
Ron Howard Guard 6-5 185 Valparaiso
JaJuan Johnson Forward 6-10 220 Purdue
Darryl Partin Guard 6-5 195 Boston
Sadiel Rojas Guard 6-4 190 Oklahoma Wesleyan
Walker Russell, Jr. Guard 6-0 170 Jacksonville State
Sean Sonderleiter Center 6-11 245 Iowa
Tommy Smith Forward 6-10 215 Arizona State
Bernard Toombs Center 6-10 230 Troy
Jason Warren Forward 6-7 195 Missouri Western
The Mad Ants' sixth season tips off on Friday, November 23 at 7:30pm against the Erie BayHawks at the Coliseum.
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