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Rostock Seawolves: How Mascot Wolfi Looks at His “Promoting Flock”

Rostock.My name is Wolfi and I’m the mascot of the Rostock Seawolves. Since 2013, I’ve been making basketball home games fun. I wear jersey number 1 and am always with – either in the arena or at Seawolves events in Rostock and the surrounding area.

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After the successful season 2021/2022 I would like to introduce you to my pack of wolves.

Robert Montgomery (24)

Robert Montgomery: Above all, Rob brings relief to the defense in the big positions under the basket. With his energy and his enormous jumping power, he fishes the missed rebounds from the board and goes after every ball that he thought was lost.

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Tyler Nelson (26)

Tyler Nelson (26)

Tyler Nelson: Tyler is the best three-pointer in the league. In training, he is said to have hit 100 throws – with only 112 attempts. When he gets hot in the game, he does not cool down so quickly, but sweeps our team away and can decide matches on his own.

Gabriel de Oliveira (24)

Gabriel de Oliveira (24)

Gabriel de Oliveira: With his 2.06 meters, Gabi is the longest player on the team, but at the same time one of the youngest at 24. He always laughs when we see each other. He is our happy nature, but he rarely shows it on the field. Then he bites like a real wolf.

Svante Schmundt (20)

Svante Schmundt (20)

Svante Schmudt: I have known Svante the longest of all, because he has been in the club even longer than I have. I’m really glad he got into the professional squad. To me and many fans, as a native of Rostock, he is not only the local hero but also the audience favorite.

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Chris Carter (29)

Chris Carter (29)

Chris Carter: Chris is always in a good mood. He stays cool on the pitch, talks a lot and lives off his experience. After all, he has already been promoted to the 1st division twice with Vechta and Chemnitz. I find his headband absolutely amazing.

Stefan Ilzhoefer (27)

Stefan Ilzhoefer (27)

Stefan Ilzhöfer: Unfortunately, Stefan could not participate in the playoffs. He is still a very important player on the team and very valuable, especially in defense.

Jordan Roland (25)

Jordan Roland (25)

JordanRoland: As Jordan gets ready to throw, he looks like a jackknife. But as they say in basketball: Whoever scores is right. He is strong at jumping, has a good throw and is a very strong defender.

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To Gloger (28)

To Gloger (28)

To Gloger: Till is super important to us because with his good footwork he often dances the opposite center players out and can score in a number of different ways and is also good at rebounding.

Sid Marlon Theis (28)

Sid Marlon Theis (28)

Sid Marlon Theis: Sid can throw from the outside, but he can also pull to the basket with his athletics. He’s pretty calm off the field. But on the court, he shows that he can play basketball really well.

Michael Jost (33)

Michael Jost (33)

Michael Jost: Mitch has been with us ever since we moved up to ProA together. I can not imagine the sea wolves without him. He is one of the identification figures in Rostock and simply fits in with the wolves. No wonder he’s co-captain with Chris Carter.

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Nijal Pearson (24)

Nijal Pearson (24)

Nijal Pearson: Nijal is only 24 years old, but has in his second year as a pro shown that he is a valuable player in offense and defense. At the player presentation, he makes a particularly nice show.

Brad Loesing (32)

Brad Loesing (32)

Brad Loesing: Brad is almost as tall as me and yet the smallest pro on the team. He brings calm to the build-up game, but also a lot of energy to the defense. He is our conductor on the field along with Carter.

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