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Ben Allen - PF/C, 6'11, 250
Signed in Australia/New Zealand - Last played with Canberra Gunners (Australia, 2015)
       Date of birth: 12/30/1987
       Country: Australia
     Drafted (NBA): Undrafted, 2010
     Out of: Saint Mary's
  NBA Experience: 0 years
  Hand: Right

Date
League
Transaction
21st April, 2010 Australia Signed a two year contract with Townsville Crocodiles.
24th February, 2011 Australia Signed for the season with Townsville Heat (QBL; to be completed during Townsville Crocodiles offseason).
26th April, 2012 Australia Signed for the season with Ipswich Force (QBL; to be completed during Townsville Crocodiles offseason).
4th May, 2012 Australia Signed a one year extension with Townsville Crocodiles.
2nd January, 2013 Australia Signed for the season with Mount Gambier Pioneers (SEABL; to be completed during Townsville Crocodiles offseason).
9th July, 2013 Australia Signed a one year contract with Sydney Kings.
5th February, 2014 Australia Signed for the season with Mount Gambier Pioneers (SEABL; to be completed during Sydney Kings offseason).
25th March, 2015 Australia Signed for the season with Canberra Gunners (SEABL).
19th February, 2016 Australia Signed for another season with Canberra Gunners (SEABL).
When: Where:
2005 - 2007 Indiana (NCAA)
2007 - 2010 St. Mary's (NCAA)
April 2010 - April 2011 Townsville Crocodiles (Australia)
May 2011 - August 2011 Townsville Heat (Australia, ABA)
August 2011 - May 2012 Townsville Crocodiles (Australia)
May 2012 - September 2012 Ipswich Force (Australia, QBL)
September 2012 - March 2013 Townsville Crocodiles (Australia)
March 2013 - September 2013 Mount Gambier Pioneers (Australia, SEABL)
September 2013 - March 2014 Sydney Kings (Australia)
March 2014 - September 2014 Mount Gambier Pioneers (Australia, SEABL)
March 2015 - present Canberra Gunners (SEABL)
From blog:


   2010 Summer Signings, Part 1
2010-06-10

Teams in Australia's NBL tend to sort out their rosters nice and early, and so even though we're several months away from the 2010-11 season tipping off, many rosters are all but complete already. Despite him winning the NBL MVP trophy last season, the Townsville Crocodiles have released Corey "Homicide" Williams, and have not named a replacement import, although they have brought in former St. Mary's big man Ben Allen (who is also currently trying out for the Australian national team.) The Melbourne Tigers have brought home from America another big Aussie centre (Luke Nevill), and have signed Eric Devendorf to score from them after his hugely successful offseason in New Zealand (at least basketball wise; Devendorf managed to get arrested for breach of the peace in there as well.) And the Sydney Kings are returning to the NBL after a season out due to financial difficulties, bringing with them Taj McCullough, who had previously been in Latvia with VEF Riga.

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   Where Are They Now, 2010; Part 58
2010-04-19

[...] Schenscher recently played in the Foot Locker High Stakes Hoops tournament, which rank from April 6th to the 11th. Eight teams are playing in a summer time tournament with $250,000 (Australian) in prize money; it runs independently of the NBL league season, features some funky rules (such as bonus points for winning individual quarters), and one particularly funky rule involving 4 point shots. This was the tournament's inaugural season; others who took part in it included Lance Allred, Sean Lampley, Corey Williams, Julius Hodge, and the eventual champions were the simply named "Rays," who had on their roster former St Mary's big man Ben Allen.

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