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Erie BayHawks
Erie BayHawks logo
Founded 2008
History Erie BayHawks
NBA D-League: 2008-present
Arena Louis J. Tullio Arena
City Erie, Pennsylvania
Team Colors Black, Dark Red, Gold, White
Head Coach John Treloar
Owner Steve Demetriou
Championships 0
Division Titles None
Affiliations Cleveland Cavaliers ("local" affiliate)
Toronto Raptors

The Erie BayHawks is a 2008-09 expansion team in the NBA Development League. The team plays its home games at the Louis J. Tullio Arena in Erie, Pennsylvania.

The "BayHawks" name is a reference to Presque Isle Bay, on which the city of Erie lies. The hawk represents the city's wildlife and naval history, as the greatly respected birds were used by naval expeditions to send important messages. The team's colors of black, red, and gold pay homage the Erie-based Oliver Hazard Perry and to the naval uniforms worn during the American Revolution.



The Majority Owner of the Erie BayHawks is Steve Demetriou and Lead Local Investor is Owen McCormick. Matt Bresee is the team's President.

Logos and uniforms

The official colors of the Erie BayHawks are black, gold, and red. The primary logo depicts a red and black hawk in flight with a gold beak and talons. The hawks is superimposed over a gold basketball and a partial, black ring with "Erie" rounding the top. The "BayHawks" wordmark is centered over the entire design in white, scripted letters.


Season Division Finish Wins Losses Pct. Postseason Results
Erie BayHawks
2008-09 Central 3rd 27 23 .540 Lost Round 1 (Colorado) 129-108
2009-10 Eastern 18 25 .419
Regular season 37 37 .500
Playoffs 0 1 .000

Current Roster

Erie Bayhawks
Current Roster
Head Coach: John Treloar
Assistant Coach: Benjamin McDonald
Athletic Trainer: Keith Grubbs
G 6-2 13 Blake Ahearn (Missouri State)
C 6-11 41 John Bryant (Santa Clara)
G 6-1 12 Cliff Clinkscales (DePaul)
G 6-4 24 Mike Gansey (West Virginia)
F 6-10 32 Kyle Goldcamp (Gannon)
F 6-10 21 Jarvis Gunter (Arkansas-Pine Bluff)
F 6-7 34 Ivan Harris (Ohio State)
G-F 6-6 14 Jackie Manuel (North Carolina)
F 6-8 50 Michael Sweetney (Georgetown)
F 6-4 22 Frank Tolbert (Auburn)

As of March 15, 2010

Past Affiliations

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