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1946–47 — HUMBLE BEGINNINGS Suffolk made its men’s basketball debut on the hardwood under the guidance of head coach Charles Law. The Rams went 12–5 in their first season.

1949–53 — 1,000–POINT SCORER Jack Resnick checked off a milestone first for Suffolk, becoming the first Ram to net 1,000 points over the course of his career. Today, his 1,071 career total sits 24th in Suffolk’s 1,000–point club.

1975–76 — THE END OF AN ERA Charles Law coached his 30th and last season as Suffolk’s head coach. Over his tenure he coached five 1,000–point scorers — Paul Parsons (1,284), Jay Crowley (1,237), Allan Dalton (1,186), Dave Helberg (1,074) and Jack Resnick (1,071). Law amassed 334 victories during his time on the sideline and still stands as Suffolk’s winningest coash with a .579 winning percentage (334–242).

1976–77 — NELSON ERA James E. Nelson takes over the reins of Suffolk’s program.

1978 — RYAN ALL–AMERICAN 1979 — LITTLE

Pat Ryan becomes the first–ever Ram to

Donovan Little caps off his four–year career as the program’s first and only 2,000+ point

garner All–America honors with NABC All–

scorer, finishing with 2,033 points and as a Basketball Weekly All–American.

American recognition.

1991 — REGAN GYMNASIUM Suffolk basketball officially has its own home as Regan

1994–95 — NELSON’S FINAL SEASON

Gymnasium opens its doors.

James E. Nelson coaches his 19th and final season. Throughout his

1995 — McHUGH ERA

career, he put together a 190–285 record with 13 Rams joining the 1,000–

Dennis McHugh becomes the third head coach of Suffolk men’s

point ranks under his guidance.

basketball. 1999–2000 — GNAC Suffolk joins its first official conference,

2000–01 — ECAC CHAMPIONSHIPS

the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC).

Suffolk makes its first and only appearance in the ECAC Tournament thanks to a 17–10 overall record.

2001–02 — GNAC CHAMPIONS & NCAA BOUND Suffolk claims the GNAC Championship and makes its first–ever trip to the NCAA DIII Championship. This historic team featured some of the Rams’ greats in Jason Luisi (second all-time leading scorer) , Winston Daley (1,000–point scorer) and Tom Carey, who played and

2004–05 — McHUGH’S FINALE

started the most games in Suffolk history (106). McHugh was named GNAC Coach of the Year.

McHugh wraps up his coaching career at Suffolk

2005 — ADAM NELSON ERA Adam Nelson is named the fourth head coach in Suffolk’s history.

2013 — PEPDJNOVIC

in his 10th season to go out 107–174 overall and 57–42 in GNAC play. He is the only coach to lead the Rams to a GNAC title.

Matt Pepdjnovic concludes his four–year career as the only Ram to garner 1,000+ points and rebounds finishing with 1,459 points, which sits eighth all–time and is the all–time leading rebounder with 1,234 boards.

2015 — ADAM NELSON ERA CLOSES Adam Nelson’s tenure comes to an end after nine seasons in which Suffolk went to the GNAC Tournament six. Nelson is the only Rams’ head coach to produce two GNAC Rookies of the Year — Matt Pepdjonovic and Frantz Pinard — and concluded his time on Suffolk’s bench 77–180 (.299) overall and 51–119 (.300) against conference competition. 2015–PRESENT — JEFF JURON ERA Jeff Juron becomes the fifth head coach in Suffolk’s history and looks to build the program back to GNAC dominance and make the program’s second–ever trip to the Big Dance.

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CONTENTS

92 All–Americans 92 All–GNAC 92 Academic Accolades

POSTSEASON 94 95 96

Headh Coach Jeff Juron Assistant Coach Dana Harris Assistant Coach Eric Wheeler Assistant Coach Logan Liberty Assistant Coach Jake Meister Director of Athletics Cary McConnel Support Staff

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GNAC Tournament Results ECAC Championship Results NCAA Championship Results

RAMANAC Coaching Registry All–Time Lettermen

CREDITS Creator/Design & Layout/Editor Amy Barry Content & Editorial Assistance Logan Liberty Jhonneris Mendez Photography Dan McHugh

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HONORS

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Season Records Career Records Milestone Markers

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86 88 90

Senior Quinn McCartney Freshman Cameron Powers Sophomore Steven DiPrizio Sophomore Warfa Abdillahi Sophomore Michael Hagopian Junior Matt McLean Freshman George Grillakis Freshman Thomas Duffy Sophomore Kevin Querusio Sophomore Jim Djema Freshman Conor Reynolds Freshman Lyle Logan Freshman Jamal Fiin Freshman Jonathan Eng Freshman Austin Prevost

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22 24 25 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

Results vs. All–Time Opponents All–Time Series Results Yearly Results Situational Games The Last Time

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66 67 75 83 84

RESULTS

PLAYERS

RESULTS

REVIEW

52 Results 53 Statistics 54 Highs & Lows 55 Team Comparison 56 Superlatives 57 Box Scores 57 Game Recaps 64 GNAC Standings & Honors

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4 This is Suffolk 5 Suffolk History 6 Suffolk at a Glance 7 Suffolk Athletics 8 Acting President 9 Boston 10 Michael and Larry Smith Fitness Center 11 Regan Gymnasium 11 Varsity Weight Room 12 2016–17 Roster 13 TV Roster 14 Schedule & Quick Facts 15 2016–17 Preview 16 Notes 18 Opponent Information

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2015–16 REVIEWS

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THIS IS SUFFOLK MISSION STATEMENT Suffolk University is a talent catalyst that recgonizes and develops student potential. Leveraging our location in the heart of Boston, our faculty, staff and alumni work together to provide a student-centered experience. This diverse community builds on its dedication and excellence in education and scholarship to empower graduates to be successful locally, regionally and globally.

VISION For Suffolk University to recognized as a dynamic institution that fosters engaged learning, rigorous scholarship, innovative thinking and community collaboration across disciplines. We will ensure that Suffolk graduates are versatile and prepared for modern society and the new world market. We will provide rich curricula, experiential learning opportunities and professional mentoring through increased collobaration with alumni and community partners. We will recruit, mentor and support diverse faculty of teacher-scholars who are passionately committed to preparing our students to be leaders in the global community. We will inspire investement in a Suffolk community that is built on ethical, forward-thinking leadership, teamwork and cooperation.

CORE VALUES › Student-Center › Opportunity › Scholary & Professional Excellence › Sound Financial Management › Community Engagement › Social Responsiblity › Diversity › Integrity

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SUFFOLK HISTORY

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student organizations. 1968 › The Robert S. Friedman Field Research Station on Cobsock, Bay, Maine is established. 1969 › Ridgeway Building is acquired to serve as a student union. 1982 › Dedication of the Frank Sawyer Building. 1987 › The first student theatre production in the C. Walsh Theatre. 1991 › Ridgeway Building is renovated and provides space for Athletics. 1993 › 110 Tremont Street is purchased as a site of the new Law School. 1996 › The New England School of Art & Design becomes a part of Suffolk University. › Residence Hall opens at 150 Tremont Street. 2003 › Nathan R. Miller Residence Hall opens. 2005 › Rosalie K. Stahl Building is built. 2006 › The University celebrated its Centennial with a year-long series of events reflecting on the University’s history and looking ahead to a new century of innovation and opportunity. 2008 › Residence Hall at 10 West Street opens. 2010 › The Modern Theatre Residence Hall Opens. 2013 › Groundbreaking of 20 Somerset Building to create new classroom and lab space and centralize campus. 2015 › 20 Somerset Building is opened. › Suffolk enters partnership with East Boston to gain home–field advantages for its outdoor varsity sports— baseball, men’s and women’s soccer and softball. 2016 › Varsity Athletic Weight Room is renovated. › Michael S. Smith & Larry E. Smith Fitness Center is opened.

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1906 › Suffolk University was founed to create an educational opportunity for all. It grew from humble beginnings in Roxbury, Massachusetts parlor of Gleason L. Archer. › Archer opened the Suffolk School of Law, a night school established to “serve ambitious young men, who are obliged to work for a living while studying law.” 1907 › Archer moved the school into downtown law offices. The centralized location immediately made the school more convenient to students and, in time, opened doors to collaborations with government, business and cultural entities. 1908 › Archer’s student Roland E. Brown passed the bar. › News of Brown’s achievement led to a boost in registration, so Archer gave up his law practice to devote himself full-time to the Suffolk School of Law. 1911 › The first Board of Trustees is formed. 1920 › The first cornerstorne is laid at 20 Derne Street, known today as the Archer Building. 1923 › Daytime classes are offered. 1930 › Archer’s creation had grown into one of the largest law schools in the country. 1934 › The College of Liberal Arts & Scienes was founded. Later renamed the College of Arts & Scienes. 1937 › The College of Business Administration, now the Sawyer Business School, was established. 1938 › Suffolk’s first varsity athletic team is established (tennis). 1950 › A contest on campus is held to create a mascot (Hiram the Ram). 1951 › Suffolk Law receives accreditation. 1956 › Suffolk celebrates its Jubilee Anniversity (50 Years). 1966 › Donahue Building opens and provides space for

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SUFFOLK AT A GLANCE Suffolk University is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian university located in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded in 1906, the University offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs in its Law School, College of Arts and Sciences and Sawyer Business School. ENROLLMENT 8,046 Full– and Part–Time Students 5,565 Undergraduate Students 1,263 Graduate Students 1,218 Law Students 1,556 International Students (undergraduate and graduate) FACULTY More Than 91% Hold PhD or Terminal Degree 1:13 Faculty/Student Ratio (Undergraduate) 1:16 Faculty/Student Ratio (Law School) FACILITIES 9 Buildings Located on Beacon Hill and in Downtown Boston 80-Acre Riverfront Property in Passadumkeag, Maine 455-Bed Residence Hall at 150 Tremont Street 345-Bed Nathan R. Miller Residence Hall at 10 Somerset Street 281-Bed Residence Hall at 10 West Street 205-Bed Modern Theatre Residence Hall at West and Washington Streets INTERNATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES Our Own Campus in Madrid, Spain 54 other study abroad locations in 28 countries SATELLITE CAMPUS MBA-North at Riverwalk, Lawrence, Massachusetts ALUMNI 23,400 Law School 26,500 College of Arts & Sciences 30,400 Sawyer Business School 78,200 Active Alumni 2,100 Alumni with Degrees From More Than One Suffolk School

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on our campus


SUFFOLK ATHLETICS You’ll quickly learn that our coaches do more than are viewed as an important aspect of the Suffolk

milestones that rank with their sport’s elite. Several

University experience. The Athletic Department

have received conference Coach of the Year awards.

and its professional staff exist to serve the entire

Each is committed to your development — not only

University community by providing an envionment

as an athlete, but also as a student and a responbile

for an individual to enchance their quality of life

adult.

through the value of sport and/or recreational participation.

Many of our student–athletes saw that meeting a

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just hold practices. Many have reached coaching

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The roles of athletic participation and competition

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MISSION STATEMENT

Suffolk coach clinched their decision to attend the Adherence to NCAA, GNAC and CCC Constitutions and Bylaws establish a commitment to sportsmanship, fair play and striving for individual

In the past decade, Suffolk Athletics has enjoyed

and team success, all of which complement and

great success at the team and individual levels.

Student–Athletes encounter an environment

We’re collected multiple GNAC regular season and

conducive to the enrichment of community life on

tournament titles and made NCAA tournament

campus and opportunity for community service

appearances in several sports. Our women’s

beyond our campus.

basketball team was named a Top 25 Academic soccer team has been honored multiple times for

integrity in any setting, how to provide leadership,

sportmanship and academic excellence.

and how to be resilient in defeat or victory. named All–American in their sport and more have

undergraduate years as well as their future

earned Academic All–District selections for their

professional and personal experiences.

achievements in the classroom.

WHAT MAKES A SUFFOLK STUDENT-ATHLETE?

OUR TEAMS

Like our entire student body, Suffolk’s studentathletes come from across the nation and around the world. They shine on the court, course, field and They travel their own path to get here, but arrive as team players ready to compete. They’re also stars in the classroom. More than 62% of student-athletes have a GPA of 3.0 or better and many make the Dean’s List. OUR SUCCESS

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ice as conference champions and all–scholastics.

WHERE WE PLAY

MEN BUCKINGHAM BROWNE & NICHOLS Baseball Men’s & Women’s Tennis Basketball Cross Country EAST BOSTON MEMORIAL PARK Golf Baseball Men’s & Women’s Soccer Softball Ice Hockey Indoor Track & Field REGAN GYMNASIUM Outdoor Track & Field Men’s & Women’s Basketball Volleyball Soccer Tennis EMMONS HORRIGAN O’NEIL RINK Ice Hockey WOMEN Basketball Cross Country Golf Ice Hockey Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball

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In addition, ten Suffolk student-athletes have been

contribute to success in both a student–athlete’s

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Lessons discovered through athletic participation

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Team for two consecutive years and our women’s Participants learn to compete effectively and with

RESULTS

reinforce an excellence in all academic pursuits.

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Unviersity.

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ACTING PRESIDENT

marisa

KELLY Marisa Kelly is the acting president of Suffolk University.

Before joining Ithaca College, Kelly served as dean and McQuinn Distinguished Chair of the College of Arts and

She has been senior vice president for academic affairs

Sciences at the University of St. Thomas, Minnesota; senior

and provost since August 2014, responsible for working

associate dean, associate dean, and associate professor of

collaboratively to ensure the quality of the educational

Political Science at College of the Pacific, University of the

experience available to our students at all levels and

Pacific, Stockton, California.

both in and outside of the classroom. She has served as a distinguished member of the senior leadership team and

Kelly holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of

is especially committed to experiential learning and the

Kansas, an MA in Political Theory from San Francisco State

development of interdisciplinary educational opportunities.

University, and a BA in Government from California State University at Sacramento.

Kelly, whose academic discipline is political science, joined the University from Ithaca College, where she served as provost and vice president for educational affairs. As provost, Kelly works closely with the University’s three academic deans, the vice president for enrollment, the dean of students, the vice provost for student success, the vice provost for curriculum and faculty development, the associate provost for institutional research and assessment, and the chief marketing officer.

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BOSTON For the past decade, no city can compete with Boston’s success and Suffolk is located right in the title, their championship parades roll right past our campus buildings.

Garden, just a five-minute walk from campus. Many

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The Boston Bruins and Celtics compete at TD

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heart of it all. In fact, when the city’s teams win a

OUTLOOK OUTLOOK

A CHAMPIONSHIP CITY

Suffolk students have even completed internships Red Sox, is a short subway ride from our front door. And the four-time champion New England Patriots

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there. Legendary Fenway Park, home of the Boston

play at Gillette Stadium, which is easily accessible

Some of the most memorable moments in sports

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by the commuter rail.

history have happened in Boston and Suffolk’s

metropolitan Boston, you’ll never find a shortage

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With 200,000 students attending 50 institutions in

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Boston is famous for its robust student populations.

HONORS

Suffolk University is at the center of America’s greatest college town.

RECORDS

athletic programs share in that great tradition.

of book bags, coffee vendors, or intelligent conversation.

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MICHAEL & LARRY SMITH FITNESS CENTER The Michael & Larry Smith Fitness Center is Suffolk’s brand new, state–of–the–art fitness center. Centrally located in the Ridgeway Building, the Fitncess Center helps Suffolk’s student–body, faculty and staff maintain a healthy lifestyle. The fitness center is named for alumni Michael S. Smith’61 and Larry E. Smith’65 in recognition of their leadership philanthropy on behalf of the University.

FACILITY INFORMATION › 5,800–Square–Foot Facility › 13–Feet High Ceilings › 26 Cardio Machines

Treadmills, Elliptical, Trainers and Spin Bikes

› 1,200 Square Feet of Heavy Lifting Space

Free Weights and Benches

› 10 Units of Circuit Training Equipment › Group–Fitness Room › Fitness On Demand in Group Fitness Room

180–plus workouts from spin to yoga

› All–Purpose Center

Changing Rooms and Shower Area

FACILITY HOURS › Monday–Thursday

6:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m.

› Friday

6:00 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

› Saturday

8:30 a.m.–5:00 p.m.

› Sunday

12:00 p.m.–5 p.m.

The Michael & Larry Smith Fitness Center will be closed on all University acknowledge holidays.

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REGAN GYMNASIUM & VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM OUTLOOK OUTLOOK RAMS STAFF during the summer of 2014 with a refreshed paint job on the

Building is home to the Suffolk University men’s and women’s

floor that also features the NCAA and GNAC logos as well as

basketball teams as well as the volleyball team.

a solid navy blue coat of paint outlining the playing surface.

Located thirty feet below ground, Regan Gym is a unique

The gym also hosts Law School and undergraduate

environment for a college basketball game. The court’s up

intramural basketball programs and other events outside of

close and tight setting allows for fans and spectators to be

Athletics hosted by Suffolk University

right on top of the action. Spectators can view the action in the bleachers situated at court level or up above on the lower

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facility. The gym, which sits in the basement of the Ridgeway

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The court was originally built in 1991 and got a new look

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Regan Gymnasium is Suffolk’s lone on–campus athletic

mezzanine level, which overlooks the court from the balcony.

Suffolk revamped its second–floor facility and made it a in the Summer of 2016. Located on the second–floor of the Ridgeway Building, the facility allows Suffolk to offer sport–specific programing for

The facility features two custom made Power Lift racks for a total of six complete racks as well as a variety of cable machines. The weight room aslo features two complete racks

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all 19 varsity teams.

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state–of–the–art weight room exclusively for varsity athletes

HONORS

VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM

of dumbbells and other various machines for secondary leg and core exercises.

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2016-17 ROSTER

ALPHABETICAL No. Name 5 Warfa Abdillahi 3 Steven DiPrizio 20 Jim Djema 14 Thomas Duffy 31 Jonathan Eng 25 Jamal Fiin 12 George Grillakis 10 Michael Hagopian 23 Lyle Logan 1 Quinn McCartney 11 Matt McLean 2 Cameron Powers 32 Austin Prevost 15 Kevin Querusio 22 Conor Reynolds

Cl. So. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. Sr. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr.

Pos. G F G G G G G G G G/F G G F F G

Ht. 6-1 6-6 5-10 6-2 5-10 6-3 6-0 6-1 6-3 6-5 6-0 5-8 6-6 6-4 5-10

MEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF Name Jeff Juron Dana Harris Eric Wheeler Logan Liberty Jake Meister Kevin Weeks

HOW TO SAY IT

3 Steven DIPRIZIO 5 WARFA ABDILLAHI 10 Michael HAGOPIAN 12 George GRILLAKIS 15 Kevin QUERUSIO 20 Jim DJEMA 31 Jonathan ENG

Position Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Student Manager

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Wt. Hometown/High School 180 Brighton, Mass./Charlestown 205 Medford, Mass./Medford 170 Greenwich, Conn./Green Farms 165 Fairfield, Conn./Fairfield 155 Wayland, Mass./Wayland 165 Boston, Mass./Boston Latin 165 Lowell, Mass./Central Catholic 170 Watertown, Mass./Watertown 160 Chicago, Ill./Worcester Academy 205 Lacrosse, Wisc./Aquinas 170 Miami, Fla./Westminster Christian 170 Middlefield, Conn./Coginchaug 240 Colchester, Conn./Bacon Academy 190 San Diego, Calif./Cathedral Catholic 150 East Haven, Conn./East Haven Year 2nd 2nd 2nd 1st 1st 1st

Alma Mater Rochester, 2008 UMass Amherst, 2010 UMass Amherst, 2012 Lasell, 2016 Suffolk, 2016 Suffolk, 2020

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No. Name 1 Quinn McCartney 2 Cameron Powers 3 Steven DiPrizio 5 Warfa Abdillahi 10 Michael Hagopian 11 Matt McLean 12 George Grillakis 14 Thomas Duffy 15 Kevin Querusio 20 Jim Djema 22 Conor Reynolds 23 Lyle Logan 25 Jamal Fiin 31 Jonathan Eng 32 Austin Prevost

Cl. Sr. Fr. So. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. So. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr. Fr.

Pos. G G F G G G G G F F G G G G F


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CAMERON POWERS FR. › G › 5-8 › 170 MIDDLEFIELD, CONN. COGINCHAUG

STEVEN DiPRIZIO SO. › F › 6-6 › 205 MEDFORD, MASS. MEDFORD

WARFA ABDILLAHI SO. › G › 6-1 › 180 BRIGHTON, MASS. CHARLESTOWN

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QUINN McCARTNEY SR. › G/F › 6-5 › 205 LaCROSSE, WISC. AQUINAS

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MATT McLEAN JR. › G › 6-0 › 170 MIAMI, FLA. WESTMINSTER CHRISTIAN

31 JAMAL FIIN FR. › G › 6-3 › 165 BOSTON, MASS. BOSTON LATIN

JONATHAN ENG FR. › G › 5-10 › 155 WAYLAND, MASS. WAYLAND

CONOR REYNOLDS FR. › G › 5-10 › 150 EAST HAVEN, CONN. EAST HAVEN

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LYLE LOGAN FR. › G › 6-3 › 160 CHICAGO, ILL. WORCESTER ACADEMY

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JIM DJEMA SO. › G › 5-10 › 170 GREENWICH, CONN. GREEN FARMS

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KEVIN QUERUSIO SO. › F › 6-4 › 195 MILLIS, MASS. MILLIS

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THOMAS DUFFY FR. › G › 6-2 › 165 FAIRFIELD, CONN. FAIRFIELD-LUDLOWE

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GEORGE GRILLAKIS FR. › G › 6-0 › 165 LOWELL, MASS. CENTRAL CATHOLIC

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MICHAEL HAGOPIAN SO. › G › 6-1 › 170 WATERTOWN, MASS. WATERTOWN

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AUSTIN PREVOST FR. › F › 6-6 › 240 COLCHESTER, CONN. BACON ACDAEMY

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SCHEDULE & QUICK FACTS SCHEDULE

Date Day Opponent Nov. 15 Tue. at Brandeis Nov. 18 Fri. 1 — vs. Washington and Lee Nov. 19 Sat. 1 — vs. TBA Nov. 22 Tue. Emerson Nov. 27 Sun. Salve Regina Nov. 29 Tue. Wheelock Dec. 3 Sat. Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * Dec. 7 Wed. Norwich * Dec. 10 Sat. at Albertus Magnus * Dec. 13 Tue. at UMass Boston Jan. 5 Thur. Emmanuel * Jan. 7 Sat. at Mount Ida * Jan. 10 Tue. Rivier * Jan. 12 Thur. Albertus Magnus * Jan. 14 Sat. at Lasell * Jan. 17 Tue. at Norwich * Jan. 21 Sat. Mount Ida * Jan. 25 Wed. at Johnson & Wales * Jan. 28 Sat. Anna Maria * Feb. 1 Wed. at Rivier * Feb. 4 Sat. at Emmanuel * Feb. 7 Tue. Lasell * Feb. 11 Sat. Johnson & Wales * Feb. 14 Tue. at Anna Maria * Feb. 18 Sat. at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) *

Site Waltham, Mass. Rochester, N.Y. Rochester, N.Y. Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass. New Haven, Conn. Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass. Newton, Mass. Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass. Newton, Mass. Norwich, Vt. Boston, Mass. Providence, R.I. Boston, Mass. Nashua, N.H. Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass. Boston, Mass. Paxton, Mass. Standish, Maine

Time 7:30 pm 1:00 pm TBA 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:15 pm 5:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 7:15 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:15 pm 7:00 pm 1:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm 7:00 pm 3:00 pm

1 — CHUCK RESLER TOURNAMENT (UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER, LOUIS ALEXANDER PALESTRA, ROCHESTER, N.Y.)

* — GNAC GAME — ALL TIMES LISTED EASTERN STANDARD & SUBJECT TO CHANGE

QUICK FACTS THE BASICS Location: Boston, Mass. Founded: 1906 Enrollment: 8,046 Colors: Navy, Gold & White Nickname: Rams Mascot: Hiram Affiliation: NCAA Division III Conference: GNAC Arena: Regan Gymnasium University President: Marisa Kelly Faculty Representative: Gary Fireman Director of Athletics: Cary McConnell Athletic Department: 617.573.8379

HEAD COACH Jeff Juron (Rochester, 2008) Record at Suffolk: 8-18 Career Record: Same Basketball Office: 617.557.6586 2015-16 RECAP 2015-16 Overall Record: 8-18 Home/Away/Neutral: 3-8/4-9/1-1 GNAC Record: 6-12 Home/Away/Neutral: 4-6/2-6 GNAC Finish: 7th 2016-17 ROSTER DATA Starters Returning/Lost: 1/4 Other Players Returning/Lost: 7/7 Newcomers: 8

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MEDIA RELATIONS SID: Amy Barry Office: 617.305.1756 Email: abarry7@suffolk.edu Twitter: @Amy_BarryTen Mailing Address Suffolk University Ridgeway Building 148 Cambridge Street Second Floor Boston, MA 02148 SOCIALIZE Suffolk Twitter:@gosuffolkrams Suffolk Instagram:@gosuffolkrams Official Hashtag: #RamNation Team Twitter: @suffolkmbb Team Instagram: @suffolkmbb


2016-17 PREVIEW OUTLOOK OUTLOOK RAMS STAFF REVIEW RESULTS RECORDS

teaching the ropes to the newcomers.

in blue and gold. Nine rookies will suit up this season as

The 2015-16 season was an exciting time for the Rams — the

first-time Rams, and while Suffolk men’s basketball may be

first season under the guidance of fresh leadership, first–

young, returning senior Quinn McCarthy, junior Matt McLean

time head coach Jeff Juron ­— the focus for this year will be

and sophomore Michael Hagopian will anchor an eager

on establishing a solid foundation.

squad with their leadership and experience. After an 8–18 season, a 6–12 run through the Great

While some returners have seen playing time, the 2016–17

Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) and a GNAC

season will give returners and newcomers alike chance to

Quarterfinals appearance, McCarthy, McLean and Hagopian,

make their mark on the program.

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The heart of this season’s squad is its youth and exuberance.

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fans will see a whole new squad with fresh faces dressed

HONORS

When the Rams take the court November 15 at Brandeis,

along with four other returning letterwinners, know the kind of hard work it takes to succeed at this level. Equipped with this knowledge, all of the veterans have been tasked with

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NOTES LETS GET IT STARTED

ON THE BENCH

» Since 1967-68, Suffolk is 20-28 in the first game of

» Jeff Juron was named the fifth head coach in

the season. Starting in 2009, the Rams rattled off

Suffolk men’s basketball history in the summer

three consecutive wins on day one of the season,

of 2015. An assistant coach and recruiting

but since Suffolk has gone 1-3, including the debut

coordinator at the University of Rochester, Juron

of the Jeff Juron era last season a 72-61 setback at

made two NCAA tournament appearances. As

home to UMass Boston.

player at Rochester, he made three NCAA trips,

» The Rams have opened up its campaign on the

including an appearance in the Division III National

road 15 (5-10) times since 1976 and have been in the

Championship game in 2005. Suffolk is his first

friendly confines of Regan for the season opener

collegiate head coaching position.

eight (4-4) times. Suffolk has taken the court at a neutral site for the first game of the year on 17 (6-11)

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different occasions.

» Suffolk has one senior and junior, five sophomores

» Prior to the 1976-77 campaign, the location of the

and eight freshman.

Suffolk’s season opener was undisclosed with the

» Position wise, Suffolk is comprised of 12 guards,

Rams going 5-4 through those contests.

three forwards and one swing player.

» Suffolk and Brandeis will meet on day one of the year for the first time in Suffolk’s storied history.

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GUESS WHO’S BACK

players are 6-6 or taller.

» Michael Hagopian is the lone returning Ram from last season’s starting lineup. In his collegiate debut he played in all of Suffolk’s 26 games, starting 25, putting together 6.3 points, 2.5 rebounds and 1.5 assists per outing. » Other prominent returning Rams lie in Quinn McCartney and Matt McLean. McLean who played the role as Suffolk’s sixth man a year ago, averaged 3.9 points and 1.5 handouts per game last season. McCartney, meanwhile, was limited due to injury, but contributed when healthy on both ends of the hardwood.

NEW FACES IN NEW PLACES » The Rams’ lineup will get a boost from the addition of eight rookies this season. Suffolk’s Class of 2020 includes guards Thomas Duffy, Jonathan Eng, Jamal Fiin, George Grillakis, Lyle Logan,

» Fourteen Rams stand 6-5 or shorter, and two

GEOGRAPHY 101 » The Rams 2016-17 roster features 15 players representing five states. » There are six Rams that call Massachusetts home and five from Connecticut. Florida, Illinois and Wisconsin are also represented.

DOUBLE DIP » Suffolk’s home games against Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Dec. 3, Norwich Dec. 7, Albertus Magnus Jan. 12 and Anna Maria Jan. 28 will be part of a doubleheader, as the Rams’ women’s team will host Framingham State, Johnson & Wales, the Falcons and St. Joseph (Conn.) also on those dates. » Last season, the Rams’ men’s team. went 1-5 when playing the same day inside Regan Gymnasium as the women.

Cameron Powers, Conor Reynolds, Matt McLean and forward Austin Prevost.

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NOTES 2016–17 GNAC PREASON POLL

» Jeff Juron will return to Rochester, where he spent nine years - four as a starting point guard for the Yellowjackets and five as an assistant coach of his for the Chuck Resler Invitational Nov. 18-19. The trip also marks Suffolk’s first to the University of

THAT’S A FIRST

Points (FPV) 2015-16 (GNAC)

1. Albertus Magnus

96 (6)

20–6 (14-4)

2. Johnson & Wales

91 (3)

28–3 (17–1)

3. Lasell

74 (1)

18–9 (14–4)

61

11–15 (7–11)

season. All three men’s programs joining the Rams

5. Saint Joseph’s (Me.)

55

8–18 (5–13)

6. Emmanuel

53

10–17 (9–9)

7. Anna Maria

42

15–13 (10–8)

8. Norwich

37

7–18 (4–14)

9. Suffolk

26

8–18 (6–12)

10. Rivier

15

4–21 (4–14)

at Rochester’s Chuck Resler Invitational Nov. 18-19, Washington and Lee, Alfred and the host Rochester have yet to take the hardwood against the Rams.

UNBEATEN » Since 1967-68, Suffolk has taken the hardwood against 101 opponents. The Rams have not dropped

RESULTS

4. Mount Ida

REVIEW

» Suffolk will tip-off against fresh competition this

STAFF

Rochester.

Pl. School

RAMS

alma mater - officially as the Rams’ head coach

OUTLOOK OUTLOOK

RETURNING TO ROCHESTER

a game to 16 of its all-time competition to hold an foes.

WHAT RETURNS? WHEN IT COMES TO STATS...

Stat Leader 6.3 Hagopian 2.2 Hagopian 41.4 DiPrizio 1.3 Hagopian 47.2 Hagopian 0.7 McLean 75.0 Querusio 3.5 DiPrizio 1.5 Hagopian/McLean 0.3 McCartney 0.6 Hagopian 30.8 Hagopian

RAMMANCA

Category Scoring Field Goals Field Goal % 3-Pt. FGs 3-Pt. FG% Free Throws Free Throw % Rebounding Assists Blocked Shots Steals Minutes

POST SEASON

WHEN IT COMES TO STATS LEADERS...

HONORS

Statistics 15-16 Returning Lost % Return Scoring 1,685 420 1,265 0.249 Field Goals 606 147 459 0.243 3-Pt. FGs 204 68 136 0.333 Free Throws 269 60 209 0.223 Rebounding 878 243 635 0.277 Assists 321 105 216 0.327 Blocked Shots 52 14 38 0.269 Steals 102 39 63 0.382 Minutes 5,202 1,898 3,304 0.365 Starts 130 32 98 0.246

RECORDS

unbeaten record against .158 percent of its all-time

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OPPONENTS BRANDEIS

ROCHESTER YELLOWJACKETS

TUESDAY, NOV. 15 » 7:30 PM » WALTHAM, MASS.

SATURDAY, NOV. 19 » ROCHESTER, N.Y.

Nickname.........................................................Judges Conference.......................................................... UAA Home Court............................. Red Auerbach Arena

Nickname............................................ Yellow Jackets Conference.......................................................... UAA Home Court.......................Louis Alexander Palestra

Head Coach.................Brian Meehan (14th Season) Alma Mater................................................... Clark ’86 2015-16 Record....................................................9–16

Head Coach......... Luke Flockerzi (Seventh Season) Alma Mater............................................... Grinnell ’01 2015-16 Record.................................................... 17-8

Series History........................................... Trails, 5–37 Streak.......................................................................L6

Series History........................................First Meeting

Most Points, Suffolk......91, Jan. 23, 1990, L, 104–91 Most Points, Brandeis....114, Jan. 16,1993, L, 114–84 Biggest Win......................... 6 (73–67), Feb. 18, 1978 Biggest Loss.................... 36 (104–69), Dec. 8, 1994 Longest Suffolk Streak.........................1, Five Times Longest Brandeis Streak.............................9, Twice Last Suffolk Win.......................Dec. 4, 2001 (78–75) Last Brandeis Win................ Nov. 20, 2007 (89–59) Last Meeting..................... Nov. 20, 2007 (L, 89–59)

WASHINGTON & LEE FRIDAY, NOV. 18 » 1 PM » ROCHESTER, N.Y. Nickname...................................................... Generals Conference........................................................ODAC Home Court........................................ Warner Center Head Coach..........Adam Hutchinson (14th Season) Alma Mater............................................. Amherst ’93 2015-16 Record.................................................. 10–16 Series History........................................First Meeting

ALFRED SAXONS SATURDAY, NOV. 19 » ROCHESTER, N.Y. Nickname......................................................... Saxons Conference...................................................Empire 8 Home Court...............Terry S. Galanis Family Arena Head Coach............. Russell Phillips (Third Season) Alma Mater.............................................Cortland ’08 2015-16 Record...................................................10-15 Series History........................................First Meeting

EMERSON LIONS TUESDAY, NOV. 22 » 7:00 PM » BOSTON, MASS. Nickname............................................................ Lions Conference................................................. NEWMAC Home Court.... Bobbi Brown & Steven Plofker Gym Head Coach.........................Bill Cury (Sixth Season) Alma Mater..................................Boston College ’94 2015-16 Record................................................... 11–16

Longest Suffolk Streak........................ 4, 1983–1989 Longest Salve Regina Streak.............. 3, 1995–1998 Last Suffolk Win.....................Nov. 24, 2009 (73–71) Last Salve Regina Win............Nov. 14, 2015 (73–71) Last Meeting.........................Nov. 14, 2015 (L, 73–71)

WHEELOCK WILDCATS TUESDAY, NOV. 29 » 6:30 PM » BOSTON, MASS. Nickname...................................................... Wildcats Conference........................................................ NECC Home Court........................................ Winscor Court Head Coach................ Mike Pollio (Second Season) Alma Mater....................................... Georgetown ’10 2015-16 Record....................................................6–18 Series History................................................. Tied, 1-1 Streak........................................................................L1 Most Points, Suffolk... 100, Nov. 22, 2014 (W, 100–85) Most Points, Wheelock.85, Nov. 22, 2014 (W, 100-85) Biggest Win.................... 15 (100–85), Nov. 22, 2014 Biggest Loss........................5 (78–73), Dec. 14, 2015

Series History........................................... Trails, 8–27 Streak....................................................................... L2

Longest Suffolk Streak..................... 1, Nov. 22.2014 Longest Wheelock Streak................1, Dec. 14, 2015

Most Points, Suffolk...100, Jan. 30, 2003 (W, 100–65) Most Points, Emerson.. 108, Jan. 24, 2008, L, 108–89)

Last Suffolk Win...................Nov. 22, 2014 (100–85) Last Wheelock Win................Dec. 14, 2015 (78–73)

Biggest Win...................35 (100–65), Jan. 30, 2003 Biggest Loss.................... 40 (95–50), Jan. 25, 2010

Last Meeting........................Dec. 14, 2015 (L, 78–73)

Longest Suffolk Streak...... 2, Jan. 30-Feb. 6, 2003 Longest Emerson Streak................... 8, 2004-2007 Last Suffolk Win.......................Jan. 4, 2014 (85–80) Last Emerson Win.................... Jan. 3, 2016 (73–54) Last Meeting......................... Jan. 3, 2016 (L, 73–54)

SALVE REGINA SUNDAY, NOV. 27 » 3:00 PM » BOSTON, MASS. Nickname.................................................... Seahawks Conference........................................................... CCC Home Court...................Rodgers Recreation Center Head Coach.................... Sean Foster (14th Season) Alma Mater......................................Salve Regina ’97 2015-16 Record....................................................9–16 Series History........................................... Leads, 11–8 Streak........................................................................L1 Most Points, Suffolk................................... 92, Twice Most Points, Salve Regina......................... 89, Twice Biggest Win............................................... 18 (92–74) Biggest Loss..............................................33 (81–48)

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ST. JOSEPH’S MONKS SATURDAY, DEC. 3 » 3:15 PM » BOSTON, MASS. SATURDAY, FEB. 18 » 3:00 PM » STANDISH, MAINE Nickname.......................................................... Monks Conference........................................................GNAC Home Court.............................Harold Alfond Center Head Coach............. Robert Sanicola (14th Season) Alma Mater................................... Saint Joseph’s’ 99 2015-16 Record............................. 8–18 (5-13 GNAC) Series History............................................Trails, 4–14 Streak...................................................................... W1 Most Points, Suffolk.......76 , Jan. 7, 2009, L, 88–76 Most Points, SJC............. 93, Jan. 15, 2008 L, 93–73 Biggest Win........................ 11 (66–55), Feb. 12, 2015 Biggest Loss..................... 35, (86–51), Feb. 5, 2009 Longest Suffolk Streak........................1, Four Times Longest SJC Streak............................. 6, 2008-2010 Last Suffolk Win......................Feb. 16, 2013 (58–53) Last SJC Win........................... Jan. 18, 2016 (62-56) Last Meeting...................... Feb. 16, 2013 (W, 58–53)


OPPONENTS DECEMBER 7 » 1:00 PM » BOSTON, MASS. JANUARY 17 » 7:00 PM » NORTHFIELD, VT.

Series History..........................................Trails, 16–23 Streak...................................................................... W1

Biggest Win.....................30 (88–48), Feb. 19, 2008 Biggest Loss...................... 34 (83–59), Jan. 17, 1987 Longest Suffolk Streak................................ 4, Twice Longest Norwich Streak.................... 7, 2005–2008

Last Meeting.............................Feb. 6, 2016 (88–58)

Most Points, Suffolk...98, Dec. 28, 1991 (W, 98–91 OT) Most Points, UMass Boston.113, Feb. 18, 1999, L, 86–73 Biggest Win...................... 12 (77–65), Nov. 29, 2001 Biggest Loss................... 52 (109–57), Nov. 29, 1996 Longest Suffolk Streak......................3, 2003–2005 Longest UMass Boston Streak...........8, 2008–2015 Last Suffolk Win...................... Dec. 1, 2005 (94–88) Last UMass Boston Win.........Nov. 24, 2015 (73–61) Last Meeting........................Nov. 24, 2015 (L, 73–61)

EMMANUEL SAINTS

Series History............................................. Trails, 7–9 Streak...................................................................... W1 Most Points, Suffolk....90, Jan. 17, 2008, L, 100–90 Most Points, Mt. Ida... 100, Jan. 17, 2008, L, 100–90 Biggest Win.........................22 (79–57), Feb. 1, 2014 Biggest Loss...................... 29 (93–64), Feb. 12, 2011 Longest Suffolk Streak........................ 5, 2012–2014 Longest Mt. Ida Streak........................5, 2008–2010 Last Suffolk Win.......................................................... Last Mt. Ida Win........................Jan. 7, 2016 (74–66) Last Meeting.........................Feb. 9, 2016 (W, 81–75)

RIVIER

Nickname........................................................ Falcons Conference........................................................GNAC Home Court..................................................The Nest

Nickname...........................................................Saints Conference........................................................GNAC Home Court.............................. Jean Yawkey Center

Nickname........................................................ Raiders Conference........................................................GNAC Home Court.............................Muldoon Gymnasium

Head Coach....................Mitch Oliver (10th Season) Alma Mater..............................Thomas Edison State 2015-16 Record............................20-6 (14-4 GNAC)

Head Coach............. Jamahl Jackson (13th Season) Alma Mater.................................New Hampshire ’98 2015-16 Record............................ 10–17 (9–9 GNAC)

Head Coach..................Lance Bisson (First Season) Alma Mater..................................................Rivier ’09 2015-16 Record............................ 4–21 (4–14 GNAC)

Series History...........................................Trails, 15–21 Streak....................................................................... L7

Series History........................................... Trails, 8–23 Streak........................................................................L1

Series History........................................ Leads, 20–14 Streak........................................................................L1

Most Points, Suffolk...110, Feb. 14, 2002, W, 110–97 Most Points, AM...............113, Feb. 7, 2015, L, 113–70

Most Points, Suffolk.... 94, Feb. 16, 2002, W 94–74 Most Points, Emmanuel.116, Jan. 10, 2008, L, 116–73

Most Points, Suffolk..... 96, Jan. 18, 2001, W, 96–74 Most Points, Rivier.94, Feb. 18, 2006, L, 94–83 OT

Biggest Win...................40 (106–66), Jan. 10, 2006 Biggest Loss.......................43 (113–70), Feb. 7, 2015

Biggest Win................................................. 20, Twice Biggest Loss.................... 43 (116–73), Jan. 10, 2008

Biggest Win.......................22 (96–74), Jan. 18, 2001 Biggest Loss......................18 (83–75), Jan. 13, 2009

Longest Suffolk Streak................................ 5, Twice Longest AM Streak.............................. 9, 2008-2013

Longest Suffolk Streak..... 3, Jan. 15-Feb. 20, 2002 Longest Emmanuel Streak..................7, 2002–2015

Longest Suffolk Streak..................... 9, 2000–2005 Longest Rivier Streak.........................10, 2007–2012

Last Suffolk Win....................... Jan. 31, 2013 (92–91) Last AM Win............................Jan. 27, 2016 (72–56)

Last Suffolk Win....................... Dec. 5, 2012 (79–72) Last Emmanuel Win..............Jan. 30, 2016 (68–58)

Last Suffolk Win........................ Jan. 9, 2016 (53–51) Last Rivier Win........................ Feb. 13, 2016 (62–61)

Last Meeting........................Jan. 27, 2016 (L, 72–56)

Last Meeting.......................Jan. 30, 2016 (L, 68–58)

Last Meeting..........................Feb. 3, 2016 (L, 81–70)

RAMMANCA

TUESDAY, JAN. 10 » 7:00 PM » BOSTON, MASS. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1 » 7:00 PM » NASHUA, N.H.

POST SEASON

THURSDAY, JAN. 5 » 7:00 PM » BOSTON, MASS. SATURDAY, FEB. 4 » 1:00 PM » BOSTON, MASS.

HONORS

SATURDAY, DEC. 10 » 1:00 PM » NEW HAVEN, CONN. THURSDAY, JAN. 12 » 7:15 PM » BOSTON, MASS.

RECORDS

ALBERTUS MAGNUS

Series History............................................Trails, 8–19 Streak....................................................................... L8

Head Coach..........Benjamin Davis (Fourth Season) Alma Mater............................................Wheaton ’06 2015-16 Record..............................11–15 (7–11 GNAC)

RESULTS

Last Suffolk Win.......................Feb. 6, 2016 (88–58) Last Norwich Win.................... Jan. 13, 2016 (67–61)

Head Coach..............Jason Harris (Second Season) Alma Mater....................... Rhode Island College ’06 2015-16 Record....................................................6–19

Nickname.....................................................Mustangs Conference........................................................GNAC Home Court................................MIC Athletic Center

REVIEW

Most Points, Suffolk..93, Feb. 19, 2008 (W, 93–85) Most Points, Norwich... 93, Jan. 17, 1987 (L, 93–59)

Nickname.......................................................Beacons Conference........................................................... LEC Home Court.................... Clark Athletic Center Gym

SATURDAY, JAN. 7 » 1:00 PM » NEWTON, MASS. SATURDAY, JAN. 21 » 3:00 PM » BOSTON, MASS.

STAFF

Head Coach.....................Paul Booth (24th Season) Alma Mater...............................St. Joseph’s (Vt.) ’83 2015-16 Record.............................7–18 (4–14 GNAC)

TUESDAY, DEC. 13 » 7:00 PM » BOSTON, MASS.

MOUNT IDA

RAMS

Nickname......................................................... Cadets Conference........................................................GNAC Home Court.......................................... Andrews Hall

UMASS BOSTON

OUTLOOK OUTLOOK

NORWICH CADETS

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LASELL LASERS

ANNA MARIA AMCATS

SATURDAY, JAN. 14 » 3:00 PM » ABURNDALE, MASS. TUESDAY, FEB. 7 » 7:00 PM » BOSTON, MASS.

SATURDAY, JAN. 28 » 3:15 PM » BOSTON, MASS. TUESDAY, FEB. 14 » 7:00 PM » PAXTON, MASS.

Nickname...................................................... Lancerss Conference........................................................GNAC Home Court....................................... Athletic Center

Nickname...................................................... AMCATS Conference........................................................GNAC Home Court...........................................Fuller Center

Head Coach.................Aaron Galletta (11th Season) Alma Mater..................................................Union ’02 2015-16 Record............................ 18–9 (14–4 GNAC)

Head Coach................ Shawn Conrad (11th Season) Alma Mater..............................................Assumption 2015-16 Record............................15-13 (10–8 GNAC)

Series History............................................Trails, 6–13 Streak........................................................................L1

Series History............................................. Trails, 3–8 Streak....................................................................... L3

Most Points, Suffolk.. 112, Jan. 31, 2009, W, 112–107 Most Points, Lasell.....107, Jan. 31, 2009, W, 112–107

Most Points, Suffolk... 92, Nov. 22, 2002, W, 92–59 Most Points, AM.......................................... 88, Twice

Biggest Win......................37 (101–64), Feb. 2, 2008 Biggest Loss...................... 16 (92–76), Jan. 26, 2012

Biggest Win.....................33 (92–59), Nov. 22, 2002 Biggest Loss.....................22 (80–58), Jan. 29, 2014

Longest Suffolk Streak.........................2, 2010–2011 Longest Lasell Streak............................7, 2013–2016

Longest Suffolk Streak...................... 1, Three Times Longest AM Streak....................................... 3, Twice

Last Suffolk Win............... Feb. 20, 2016 (W, 67–66) Last Lasell Win.......................Feb. 23, 2016 (78–64)

Last Suffolk Win...................... Dec. 4, 2014 (84–82) Last AM Win..............................Feb. 3, 2016 (81–70)

Last Meeting.......................Feb. 23, 2016 (L, 78–64)

Last Meeting..........................Feb. 3, 2016 (L, 81–70)

JWU WILDCATS WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25 » 7:00 PM » PROVIDENCE, R.I. SATURDAY, FEB. 11 » 3:00 PM » BOSTON, MASS. Nickname...................................................... Wildcats Conference........................................................GNAC Home Court....................................... Wildcat Center Head Coach................. Jamie Benton (12th Season) Alma Mater..................................Boston College ’88 2015-16 Record.............................. 28-3 (17-1 GNAC) Series History..........................................Trails, 13–25 Streak..................................................................... L10 Most Points, Suffolk..... 99, Feb. 6, 2007, W, 99–94 Most Points, JWU..... 102, Jan. 12, 2008, W, 102–88 Biggest Win......................43 (91–48), Jan. 27, 2000 Biggest Loss...................... 44 (92–48), Dec. 3, 2015 Longest Suffolk Streak...................... 5, 2002–2003 Longest JWU Streak...........................10, 2012–2016 Last Suffolk Win........................Dec. 8, 2011 (74–54) Last JWU Win......................... Jan. 16, 2016 (90–50) Last Meeting....................... Jan. 16, 2016 (L, 90–50)

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QUINN McCARTNEY

SENIOR GUARD/FORWARD » 6-5 » 205 LACROSSE, WISC. AQUINAS MARKETING

TOTAL 3–POINT F–THROW REBOUNDS season gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg 2014-15 22–3 425 19.3 39–114 .342 6–27 .222 31–40 .775 36 55 91 4.1 67 6 17 35 9 12 115 5.3 2015-16 13–0 129 9.9 14–36 .389 3–18 .167 3–5 .600 7 21 28 2.2 24 1 3 16 4 2 34 2.6 TOTALS 35–3 554 15.8 53–150 .353 9–45 .200 34–45 .756 43 76 119 3.4 91 7 20 51 13 14 149 4.3

2015-16 » SOPHOMORE Saw action in 13 games … Averaged 2.6 ppg and 2.2 rpg … Shot 6–10, adding one three and one free throw, grabbed four boards, totaling 14 points against UMass Boston (Nov. 14) … Contributed eight minutes against Johnson & Wales (Dec. 3) … Played five minutes against Emmanuel (Dec. 5) … Shot 2–3 from the floor against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 27) … Played 10 minutes against Emmanuel (Jan. 30) … Made 2–2 from three, adding four rebounds, finishing with six points against Anna Maria (Feb. 3) … Grabbed four rebounds against Norwich (Feb. 6) … Played nine minutes against Mount Ida (Feb. 9) … Participated in nine minutes of play against Rivier (Feb. 13) … Pulled down four rebounds against Saint Joseph’s (Feb. 16) … Contributed 10 minutes against Lasell (Feb. 20) … Had a pair of blocks against Lasell (Feb. 23). 2014-15 » FRESHMAN Played 23 games and started three … Averaged 5.3 ppg, 4.1 rpg and 0.7 apg … Named the team’s Rookie of the Year ... Saw 20 minutes of action, grabbed four rebounds against Fitchburg State (Nov. 15) … Went 3–3 for seven points and finished with four rebounds against Lesley (Nov. 16) … Brought down five rebounds against Daniel Webster

Points FG Made FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS

CAREER HIGHS 20 vs. Wheelock, Nov. 22, 2014 7 vs. Wheelock, Nov. 22, 2014 11 vs. Wheelock, Nov. 22, 2014 2, Twice, Last at Anna Maria, Feb. 3, 2016 3, Four Times 4, Twice, Last vs. Norwich, Dec. 2, 2014 4, Seven Times 9 at Johnson & Wales, Jan. 10, 2015 4 at Johnson & Wales, Jan. 10, 2015 2, Three Times 2 at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016

(Nov. 18) … Finished with four rebounds against UMass Boston (Nov. 20) … Made 4–4 from the free throw line, 2–3 from three, totaling 7–11 from the floor for a season-high 20 points against Wheelock (Nov. 22) … Grabbed four rebounds, dished out two assists, and had two steals against New England College (Nov. 30) … Made 4–4 from the free throw line, adding eight rebounds against Norwich (Dec. 2) … Made five field goals for 13 points and pulled down seven boards against Anna Maria (Dec. 4) … Saw 13 minutes of time against Albertus Magnus (Dec. 6) … Made three field goals and three free throws, totaling nine points against Emmanuel (Jan. 6) … Had five rebounds and added two assists against Rivier (Jan. 8) … Had a season-high nine rebounds, and four assists against Johnson & Wales (Jan. 10) … Had a pair of assists and steals against Lasell (Jan. 14) … Grabbed five rebounds, and made 3–4 free throws against Mount Ida (Jan. 31) … Played 19 minutes against Johnson & Wales (Feb. 4) …

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the free throw line, for seven points and grabbed four rebounds, against Albertus Magnus (Feb. 7) … Contributed 21 minutes against Saint Joseph’s (Feb. down four rebounds against Saint Joseph’s (Feb. 12) … Finished with four rebounds, and two steals made 2–2 free throws against Anna Maria (Feb. 17) .. Made 2–4 from the floor, and 3-4 from the

STAFF

against Mount Ida (Feb. 14) … Had four rebounds,

RAMS RAMS

11) … Made three shots from the floor and pulled

OUTLOOK

Made two shots from the floor and went 2-2 from

free throw line for seven points to go along with minutes against Emmanuel (Feb. 21) … Grabbed five rebounds, made three field goals, and went a perfect 2–2 from the line, totaling nine points

BEFORE SUFFOLK » AQUINAS Varsity letter winner at Aquinas and captained the team as a senior … Helped lead Aquinas to a league selection.

RECORDS

Wisconsin State Championship … All–city and all–

RESULTS

against Albertus Magnus (Feb. 24)

REVIEW

four rebounds against Lasell (Feb. 19) … Played 11

HONORS POST SEASON RAMMANCA

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CAMERON POWERS

FRESHMAN GUARD » 5-8 » 170 MIDDLEFIELD, CONN. COGINCHAUG MARKETING

BEFORE SUFFOLK » COGINCHAUG Four–year varsity letterwinner in basketball at Conginchaug and captained the team as a senior … All-State and all–conference honoree as a senior … New Haven Register All–Area selection in 2015-16 … Team MVP as a senior … Also lettered in baseball and football … Captained the football team in his final season … All–conference Defensive Back … Super Intendent Award recipient as a senior.

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STEVEN DiPrizio

RAMS RAMS

SOPHOMORE FORWARD » 6-6 » 205 MEDFORD, MASS. MEDFORD MANAGEMENT

OUTLOOK

3

STAFF

2015-16 » FRESHMAN

Johnson State (Nov. 21) … Shot 2–4, adding a set

one three and one free throw, also contributed with

of free throws, and five rebounds and four assists,

four rebounds, two assists and one block, finishing

also tallying his first block against Salve Regina

with six total points against Johnson & Wales (Jan.

(Nov. 24) … Shot 1–2 from the floor, adding three

16) … Recorded one bucket and one steal against

rebounds and two assists, finishing with two points

Saint Joseph’s (Jan. 18) … Shot 2–5 in total, adding

versus New England College (Nov. 29) … Made one

2-2 from the line finishing with six points against

shot from the field, added a pair of free throws,

Lasell (Jan. 18) … Finished with one assist against

grabbed a total of seven rebounds and one block,

Anna Maria (Jan. 23) … Contributed with one steal

to finish the game with four points against Albertus

against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 27) … Pulled down

Magnus (Dec.1) … Grabbed one rebound against

three rebounds against Emmanuel (Jan. 30) …

Johnson & Wales (Dec. 3) … Filed eight minutes of

Made 1–2 free throws and pulled down one rebound

court time against Emmanuel (Dec. 5) … Tallied his

against Anna Maria (Feb. 3) … Shot 100 percent

first career start against Wheelock, shot 4–9 with

from the free throw line against Norwich (Feb.6) …

a seasons best of 12 rebounds, finished with one

Had a pair of rebounds and assists against Mount

block and nine points (Dec. 14) … Came down with

Ida (Feb. 9) … Had three rebounds and one block

one rebound against Emerson (Jan. 3) … Tallied a

against Rivier (Feb. 13) … Saw 10 minutes of action

total of eight points, making 2–3 from three and 3–5

against Saint Joseph’s (Feb. 16) … Made 4–6 from

percent while hitting two free throws and grabbing five boards versus Worcester State (Nov. 20) …

RAMMANCA

(Jan. 13) … Shot 50 percent from the floor added a

six points and five rebounds (Nov. 14) … Shot 60

POST SEASON

and finished with a season best 14 points against

the bench, shot 3–5 from the floor, finishing with

15 vs. Johnson State, Nov. 11, 2015 6 vs. Johnson State, Nov. 11, 2015 9 vs. Wheelock, Dec. 14, 2015 3, at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016 5, at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016 2, Five Times 4, vs. Worcester State, Nov. 20, 2015 12, Wheelock, Dec. 14, 2015 4, Twice, Last at Slave Regina, Nov. 24, 2015 1, Three Times 1, Five Times

HONORS

from the floor, added six rebounds against Norwich

rpg…Made his college debut with 16 minutes off

CAREER HIGHS

RECORDS

behind the arc, came down with nine rebounds

Played in 24 games, averaged 3.9 ppg and 3.5

RESULTS

Shot a season high 75 percent, went 2–2 from

Points FG Made FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS

REVIEW

TOTAL 3–POINT F–THROW REBOUNDS season gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg 2015-16 24–5 380 15.8 36–87 .414 9–29 .310 13–19 .684 23 60 83 3.5 46 0 21 23 5 3 94 3 9. TOTALS 24–5 380 15.8 36–87 .414 9–29 .310 13–19 .684 23 60 83 3.5 46 0 21 23 5 3 94 3.9

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the floor and 1–1 from three, finished with nine points, also added an one assist and three rebounds against Lasell (Feb. 20) …Shot 4-8 inside the line and 3–5 from beyond the arc to finish with 11 points, to go with seven rebounds Lasell (Feb. 23). BEFORE SUFFOLK » MEDFORD Three–year varsity letterwinner in basketball at Medford …GBL All–Star selection as a senior … Unsugn Hero Award recipient in 2014-15.

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OUTLOOK RAMS RAMS

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WARFA ABDILLAHI

SOPHOMORE GUARD » 6-1 » 180 BRIGHTON, MASS. CHARLESTOWN ACCOUNTING

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2015-16 » FRESHMAN Played in eight games, averaged 1.6 ppg … Made (Nov. 21) … Tallied a season–high six points, two rebounds and one steal at Johnson & Wales (Dec. 3) … Shot 50 percent from behind the arc… Finished Emerson (Jan. 3) … Battled against Norwich (Jan. 13) … Contributed one free throw against Johnson & Wales (Jan. 16) … Assisted on the defensive end by Went 1-1 from three point range finishing with three points against Albertus Magnus (Jan.27) … Grabbed one rebound against Lasell (Feb. 20).

Three–year varsity letter winner at Charlestown and captained the team in 2014–15 … All–city and all–league selection … Boston Herald All–Star … Named team MVP as a senior … Honor roll

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CAREER HIGHS Points 6 at Johnson & Wales, Dec. 3, 2015 FG Made 2, Twice, Last vs. Lasell, Jan. 21, 2016 FG ATT. 1 at Johnson & Wales, Dec. 3, 2016 3PT MADE 1, Three Times 3PT ATT. 3 at Johnson & Wales, Dec. 3, 2015 FT MADE 1, Twice, Last vs. Johnson & Wales, Jan. 16, 2016 FT ATT. 2 at Johnson & Wales, Jan. 16, 2016 REBOUNDS 2, Twice, Last vs. Lasell, Jan. 21, 2016 ASSISTS STEALS 1 at Johnson & Wales, Dec. 3, 2015 BLOCKS 1 at Lasell, Feb. 20, 2015

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pulling down two rebounds against Lasell (Jan. 21)

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his first collegiate appearance at Johnson State

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TOTAL 3–POINT F–THROW REBOUNDS season gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg 2015-16 8–0 31 3.9 4–13 .308 3–9 .333 2–4 .500 0 5 5 0.6 TOTALS 8–0 31 3.9 4–13 .308 3–9 .333 2–4 .500 0 5 5 0.6

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10 MICHAEL HAGOPIAN SOPHOMORE GUARD » 6-1 » 170 WATERTOWN, MASS. WATERTOWN MARKETING

TOTAL 3–POINT F–THROW REBOUNDS season gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg 2015-16 26–25 802 30.8 57–144 .396 34–72 .472 17–25 .680 10 55 65 2.5 45 0 39 13 3 16 165 6.3 TOTALS 26–25 802 30.8 57–144 .396 34–72 .472 17–25 .680 10 55 65 2.5 45 0 39 13 3 16 165 6.3

2015-16 » FRESHMAN

Worcester State (Nov. 20) … Contributed four

Points FG Made FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS

assists and three rebounds against Johnson State

three field goals, adding up to two three’s, one free

(Nov. 21) … Made 3–7 field goals and 2–4 from three

throw for nine points and notched three rebounds,

for eight points against Salve Regina (Nov. 24)

one assist, and one steal against Johnson & Wales

… Contributed 16 minutes against New England

(Jan. 16) … Finished 2–2 from three for six points

College (Nov. 29) … Shot 50 percent from the

and pulled down five against Saint Joseph’s (Jan.

floor and finished with five points against Albertus

18) … Shot 50 percent (5–10) from the floor for a

Magnus (Dec. 1) … Played in 18 minutes against

12-point effort to go along with three rebounds

Johnson & Wales (Dec. 3) … Shot 2–4, added six

againt Lasell (Jan. 21) … Contributed 11 points and

rebounds and a career-high six assists against (Dec.

two versus Anna Maria (Jan. 23) … Finished with

5) … Went 4-7 from the floor and 2–4 from three,

two assists and one trey against Albertus Magnus

for 10 points to go along with one steal and one

(Jan. 27) … Made 4–6 from three, for 13 points,

rebound against Wheelock (Dec. 14) … Went 4–6

pulled down four rebounds and dished out two

from the field including 2–3 from behind the arc for

assists against Emmanuel (Jan.30) … Tallied four

a 10-point performance versus Emerson (Jan. 3) …

rebounds and three assists in 30 minutes of play

Shot 4–7 from the field, while shooting perfect from

against Anna Maria (Feb. 3) … Shot 3–5 including

three and from the free throw line, for 13 points and

one triple for seven points against Norwich (Feb.6)

added three rebounds against Mount Ida (Jan. 7) …

… Shot a career high 6-6 from the free throw line, to

Had eight points off 2–3 attempts from three and

go with a pair of threes for 14 points to go with four

grabbed four rebounds Rivier (Jan. 9) … Saw 24

rebounds against Mount Ida (Feb. 9) … Made 2–3

minutes of time against Norwich (Jan. 13) … Made

threes, and grabbed four rebounds against Rivier

Named Rookie of the Year … Played in all 26 games as a freshman, starting 26 … Averaged 6.3 ppg, 2.5 rpg and 1.5 apg … Shot 1–3 from behind the arc, added an assist and a rebound In his first career start at UMass Boston (Nov. 14) … Grabbed three rebounds and contributed two assists versus

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CAREER HIGHS 14 at Mount Ida, Feb. 9, 2016 7 at Mount Ida, Feb. 9, 2016 12, Johnson & Wales, Jan. 16, 2016 4 at Emmanuel, Jan. 30, 2016 6 Twice, Last at Emmanuel, Jan. 30, 2016 6 at Mount Ida, Feb. 9, 2016 6 at Mount Ida, Feb. 9, 2016 7 at Mounda Ida, Feb. 9, 2016 6 vs. Emmanuel, Dec. 5, 2015 3 at Lasell, Feb. 20, 2016 1, Three Times


action against Saint Joseph’s (Feb. 16) … Grabbed four rebounds and tallied three steals against Lasell (Feb. 20) … Made 2–3 three’s, adding three 23).

Four-year varsity letterwinner at Watertown and captained the team as a senior … Led Watertown

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BEFORE SUFFOLK » WATERTOWN

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rebounds, two steals and two assists at Lasell (Feb.

OUTLOOK

(Feb.13) … Finished with five points in 37 minutes of

to the North Final …Team MVP in 2014–15 … Watertown’s Rookie of the Year in 2011–12 … Academic Honors Program Student-Athlete.

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Named Middlesex All-Star as a senior … Named

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11 MATT McLEAN JUNIOR GUARD » 6-0 » 170 MIAMI, FLA. WESTMINSTER CHRISTIAN ECONOMICS / BUSINESS

TOTAL 3–POINT F–THROW REBOUNDS season gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg 2015-16 26–1 483 18.7 32–93 .344 19–55 .345 19–28 .679 12 33 45 1.7 51 1 39 35 1 14 102 3.9 TOTALS 26–1 483 18.7 32–93 .344 19–55 .345 19–28 .679 12 33 45 1.7 51 1 39 35 1 14 102 3.9

2015-16 » SOPHOMORE Played in all 26 games and started one … Averaged 3.9 ppg, 1.7 rpg and 1.5 apg … Notched one steal in his debut in blue and gold against UMass Boston (Nov. 14) … Shot 4-7 from three, set his career high of 14 points against Worchester St. (Nov. 20) … Pulled down four rebounds against Salve Regina (Nov. 24) … Shot 2–3 from three, added 4-4 from the free throw line, for 10 points and tallied three assists against New England College (Nov. 29) … Finished with four assists against Albertus Magnus (Dec. 1 ) … Saw action at Johnson & Wales (Dec. 3) … Shot 3–5 from three, finishing with nine points against Emmanuel (Dec. 5) … Notched seven points and three assists against Wheelock (Dec. 14) …

Points FG Made FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS

CAREER HIGHS 14 Twice, Last vs. Mount Ida, Jan. 7, 2016 5 vs. Worcester State, Nov. 20, 2015 9 Twice, Last vs. Mount Ida, Jan. 7, 2016 4 vs. Worcester State, Nov. 20, 2015 7 vs. Worcester State, Nov. 20, 2015 6 vs. Mount Ida, Jan. 7, 2016 7 vs. Mount Ida, Jan. 7, 2016 8 vs. Mount Ida, Jan. 7, 2016 4 Twice, Last at Emmanuel, Jan. 30, 2016 2, Three Times 1 vs.

rebounds against Norwich (Feb. 6) Finished with six points against Rivier (Feb. 13) … Grabbed three rebounds, made 2-3 from the free throw line against Saint Josephs (Feb. 16) … Saw action against Lasell in the GNAC

Made two threes and finished with eight points

Quarterfinals (Feb. 23).

against Emerson (Jan. 3) … Made 6–7 from the free throw line to finish with 14 points and added

BEFORE SUFFOLK » CURRY

a career-high eight rebounds against Mount Ida

Started his college

(Jan. 7) … Contributed eight points at Rivier (Jan.

career at Curry,

9) … Sunk two threes against Norwich (Jan. 13) …

where he played

Provided one triple against Johnson & Wales (Jan.

in 14 games and

16) … Finished with three assists against Saint

averaged 2.3 ppg.

Josephs (Jan. 18) … Tallied three assists against Anna Maria (Jan. 23) … Pulled down two rebounds against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 27) … Grabbed three rebounds and finished with four assists against Emmanuel (Jan. 30) … Had a pair of assists and

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captained the team his senior season … Led Central Catholic to the Division I State Championship.

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Varsity letterwinner at Central Catholic and

STAFF

BEFORE SUFFOLK » CENTRAL CATHOLIC

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OUTLOOK

12 GEORGE GRILLAKIS

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14 THOMAS DUFFY FRESHMAN GUARD » 6-2 » 165 FAIRFIELD, CONN. FAIRFIELD LUDLOWE MANAGEMENT/ENTREPRENEURSHIP

BEFORE SUFFOLK » FAIRFIELD LUDLOWE Two–year varsity letterwinner at Fairfield Ludlowe and captained the team as a senior … Named to the third-team All–FAIAC … 2015-16 Holiday All– Tournament Team Selection.

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SOPHOMORE FORWARD » 6-4 » 195 MILLIS, MASS. MILLIS MARKETING

OUTLOOK

15 KEVIN QUERUSIO

STAFF

2015-16 » FRESHMAN

REVIEW

TOTAL 3–POINT F–THROW REBOUNDS season gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg 2015-16 11–1 67 6.1 3–9 .333 0–0 .000 6–8 .750 4 13 17 1.5 6 0 3 1 0 3 12 1.1 TOTALS 11–1 67 6.1 3–9 .333 0–0 .000 6–8 .750 4 13 17 1.5 6 0 3 1 0 3 12 1.1

Had two points in his collegiate debut at Johnson from the free throw line, for a career-high six points and added four rebounds against Johnson & Wales (Dec. 3) … Pulled down four rebounds against against Emerson (Jan. 3) … Made 1–2 free throws against Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Competed at Rivier (Jan.9) … Contributed 13 minutes against Norwich

RECORDS

Wheelock (Dec. 14) … Saw six minutes of time

RESULTS

State (Nov. 21) …Shot 1–1 from the floor, and 4–4

(Jan. 13) … Tallied two points from the floor against Lasell (Jan. 21) … Made 1–2 free throws against Norwich (Feb. 6) … Competed in the GNAC

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Johnson & Wales (Jan. 16) … Saw action against

Quarterfinals at Lasell (Feb. 23).

Varsity letterwinner at Millis and served as captain as a senior. CAREER HIGHS 6 at Johnson & Wales, Dec. 3, 2015 1, Three Times 2 Twice, Last vs. Lasell, Jan. 21, 2016 4 at Johnson & Wales, Dec. 3, 2015 4 at Johnson & Wales, Dec. 3, 2015 4 Twice, Last vs. Wheelock, Dec. 14, 2015 1, Three Times 1, Three Times

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Points FG Made FG ATT. 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS

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BEFORE SUFFOLK » MILLIS

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20 JIM DJEMA SOPHOMORE GUARD » 5-10 » 170 GREENWICH, CONN. GREENS FARMS FINANCE

TOTAL 3–POINT F–THROW REBOUNDS season gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg 2015-16 2–0 3 1.5 0–1 .000 0–1 .000 0–0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 TOTALS 2–0 3 1.5 0–1 .000 0–1 .000 0–0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0

2015-16 » FRESHMAN Played in two contests in his first season … Made his first college appearance against Emerson (Jan. 3) … Played against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 27). BEFORE SUFFOLK » GREEN FARMS ACADEMY Four-year varsity letterwinner at Greens Farms Academy and captained the squad as a senior … Earned first team and second team All– New England during his senior and junior years, respectively … Named the New England Class C Championship MVP to conclude the 2014-15 season.

CAREER HIGHS Points FG Made FG ATT. 1, at Albertus Magnus, Jan. 27, 2016 3PT MADE 3PT ATT. 1, at Albertus Magnus, Jan. 27, 2016 FT MADE FT ATT. REBOUNDS ASSISTS STEALS BLOCKS

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FRESHMAN GUARD » 5-10 » 150 EAST HAVEN, CONN. EAST HAVEN COMPUTER SCIENCE

OUTLOOK

22 CONOR REYNOLDS

STAFF

BEFORE SUFFOLK » EAST HAVEN the team as a senior … Honorable mention honoree in 2015–16 … Also lettered in cross country and captained the squad as a senior … National Honor

RESULTS

Society.

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Varsity letterwinner at East Haven and captained

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23 LYLE LOGAN FRESHMAN GUARD » 6-3 » 160 CHICAGO, ILL. WORCESTER ACADEMY FINANCE

BEFORE SUFFOLK » FRANCIS W. PARKER Four–year varsity letterwinner and captain at Francis W. Parker … All–Conference honoree … Also played varsity golf where he also got recognition as an all–state player.

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FRESHMAN GUARD » 6-3 » 165 BOSTON, MASS. BOSTON LATIN LAW

OUTLOOK

25 JAMAL FIIN

STAFF

BEFORE SUFFOLK » BOSTON LATIN SCHOOL served as captain as a senior … Gloucester Holiday All–Star … Received 2015-16 Boston Latin coaches award

REVIEW

Varsity letterwinner at Boston Latin school and

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31 JONATHAN ENG FRESHMAN GUARD » 5-10 » 155 WAYLAND, MASS. WAYLAND MARKETING

BEFORE SUFFOLK » WAYLAND Varsity letterwinner at Wayland … Served as the team captain … Two–time league All–Star … Also lettered in volleyball and earned a captain roll … All–Star in volleyball … Academic award recipient in both biology and Spanish.

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as captain as a senior … Named Offensive Player of the Year in 2015-16 … All-ECC first-team as a senior … Also lettered in baseball and football … Captained

RESULTS

the baseball team as a senior.

REVIEW

Varsity letterwinner at Bacon Academy and served

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BEFORE SUFFOLK » BACON ACADEMY

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FRESHMAN FORWARD » 6-6 » 240 COLCHESTER, CONN. BACON ACADEMY FINANCE

OUTLOOK

32 AUSTIN PREVOST

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HEAD COACH

JEFF

JURON

THE JURON FILE

@JeffJuron

PERSONAL INFORMATION

RECORDS AT SUFFOLK

Born

December 11, 1985

OPPONENTS

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Hometown

Glenville, New York

Education

University of Rochester BS ’08, MS ’13

SITUATIONS

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COACHING EXPERINECE 2015–16

Suffolk University

Head Coach (8–18)

2010–15

University of Rochester

Assistant Coach

2009–10

Skidmore

Assistant Coach

PLAYING EXPERINECE 2004–08

University of Rochester

Point Guard

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HEAD COACH OUTLOOK

Jeff Juron, an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at the University of Rochester who made three appearances in the NCAA Division III National Tournament and was a NCAA national runner-up as a player, was named Suffolk University’s fifth head coach of men’s basketball prior to

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tip-off of the 2015–16 season. Alongside his responsibilities on the hardwood, Juron serves as an Assistant Director of Athletics.

STAFF STAFF

In his first season at the helm of Suffolk’s program the Rams turned on the engines at just the right time. Sitting six to improve to 8–17 overall and 6–12 against conference competition to clinch the seventh seed in the GNAC Tournament.

Suffolk Athletics and the philosophy of DIII Athletics. With

second-seeded Lasell Feb. 23, who the Rams just upset four days earlier in a 67–66 thriller. History did not repeat itself, however, as the Lasers held off the Rams, 78-64, to end the

Sportsmanship Team selection, punched tickets to Suffolk’s 1,000-point club and 100-game status the same day. Classmate

A six–year coaching veteran, Suffolk is Juron’s first head coaching job, as he comes to Boston after spending the past five seasons at Rochester as assistant

With Jeff’s leadership we believe firmly that

this marks a new era

coach. During that span, he helped the Yellow Jackets to an 81–49 (.623) overall record, two University Athletic Association

for our men’s basketball (UAA) Championships and two NCAA program at Suffolk. appearances including a Sweet Sixteen run

career game, while fellow senior Jake Meister earned a spot on the conference’s second team. Prior to his days in Beacon Hill, Juron helped guide the and was instrumental in five NCAA Tournament appearances — two as a coach and three as a player. “Jeff brings with him experience at the Division III national level, both as a player and a coach, along with a great knowledge of the game and a passion for player development and recruiting,” Director of Athletics Cary

colleagues were honored as the UAA Coaching Staff of the Year and the East Region Coaching Staff of the Year. One of Rochester’s most outstanding campaign’s with Juron on the bench was the 2012-13 slate where the Yellow Jackets posted a 22-5 overall ledger, earned a midseason No. 1 ranking from D3Hoops.com and put together the second longest winning streak in the program’s history, which spans more than 100 years.

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Yellow Jackets to national prominence as a player and coach

in 2010–11. That same season, Juron and his POST SEASON

Adam Chick also played in his 100th

HONORS

Caleb Unni, a four-time GNAC All-

for what lies ahead.”

milestones along the way. Senior

for our men’s basketball program at Suffolk and we’re excited

RECORDS

blue-and-gold’s run and season at 8-18 overall.

Jeff’s leadership we believe firmly that this marks a new era

RESULTS

For the tournament’s quarterfinals Suffolk ventured to

Juron coached Rams’ to individual

McConnell said. “He understands and respects the mission of

REVIEW

at 4–15 heading into February, Suffolk won four of its final

With a variety of responsibilities in Upstate New York, which included scouting and recruiting efforts, Juron took a passion to player development. During his five-year stint at Rochester he helped develop John DiBartolomeo, the 2013

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HEAD COACH D3Hoops.com National Player of the Year, 2013 NABC First– Team All–American, two–time UAA Player of the Year and 2013 Jostens Trophy Nominee, as well as Nate Vernon a four– time All–UAA Performer and 1,000–point scorer and three additional all-conference selections. In addition to his success with the Yellow Jackets, Juron spent a season as an assistant coach for Skidmore College during the 2009–10 campaign where he helped the Thoroughbreds to the most wins, best record and highest Liberty League finish in the history of the program to date. At Skidmore, he was actively involved in recruiting, practice planning and execution, while working with players both individual and on a team basis, using film sessions and oncourt instructions to prepare for competition. As a four–year starting point guard at Rochester from 2004–2008, he helped the Yellow Jackets to the Division III Big Dance three times, including a spot in the 2005 national championship game. With Juron in the starting lineup, Rochester captured the 2005 UAA title and won two JPMorgan Chase Tournament titles. He is a four–time UAA honorable mention selection.

THE BEST UNDER JURON THE RAMS

Points...........................................................................88 vs. Norwich, 2.2.16, W, 88–58 Rebounds....................................... 46 vs. Saint Joseph’s (Maine), 2.16.16, W, 58–53 Off. Rebounds.................................................. 15 at New England, 11.29.15, W, 76–73 Def. Rebounds...........................................................33 vs. Mount Ida, 1.7.16, L, 74–66 FG %...........................................................................55.2 vs. Norwich, 2.2.16, W, 88–58 FTA.................................................................28 vs. Albertus Magnus, 12.1.15, L, 80–70 FTM........................................................................24 at Portland State, 12.1.13, L 75–67 FT %....................................................................... 91.7 vs. Anna Maria, 1.23.16, L, 88–71 3-Point FGA....................................................................32 at Norwich, 1.13.16, L, 67–51 3-Point FGM...................................................13 vs. Johnson State, 11.21.15, W, 83–65 3-Point %....................................................50.0 vs. Johnson State, 11.21.15, W, 83–65 Assists.............................................................23 vs. Johnson State, 11.21.15, W, 83–65 Steals....................................................... 7, Twice, Last vs. Norwich, 2.6.16, W, 88–58 Blocks............................................................5, vs. Johnson & Wales, 1.16.16, L, 90–50 Largest Margin of Victory......................................30, vs. Norwich, 2.2.16, W, 88–58 Fewest Points Allowed......................................................51 at Rivier, 1.9.16, W, 53–51 Fewest Points Allowed (GNAC)......................................51 at Rivier, 1.9.16, W, 53–51

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Points................................................28, Jake Meister, vs. Norwich, 2.6.16, W, 88–58 Rebounds..............16, Adam Chick, vs. Saint Joseph’s (Maine), 2.16.16, W, 58–53 Off. Rebounds......10, Adam Chick, vs. Saint Joseph’s (Maine), 2.16.16, W, 58–53 Def. Rebounds............................ 12, Matt Duquette, at Mount Ida, 2.9.16, W, 81–75 FGA.....................................21, Jake Meister, Twice, Last at Lasell, 2.23.16, L, 78–64 FGM............................................12, Matt Duquette, vs. Emmanuel, 12.5.15, W, 79–72 FG %.........81.8 (9-11), Adam Chick, vs. Saint Joseph’s (Maine), 2.16.16, W, 58–54 ..........................................81.8 (9-11), Matt Duquette, vs. Norwich, 2.6.16, W, 88–58 ....................................... 81.8 (9-11), Jake Meister, at Salve Regina, 11.24.15, L, 73–71 FTA...............9, Matt Duquette, Twice, Last at Albertus Magnus, 12.1.15, L, 80–70 FTM..............................................................7, Jake Meister, vs. Rivier, 2.13.16, L, 62–61 FT %............................................. 100 (7-7), Jake Meister, vs. Rivier, 2.13.16, L, 62–61 3-Point FGM.............................7, Caleb Unni, vs. Johnson State, 11.12.15, W, 83–65 3-Point FGA.............................. 13, Caleb Unni, at New England, 11.29.15, W, 76–73 Assists................................... 6, Jake Meister, at Albertus Magnus, 1.27.16, L, 72–56 ...............................................6, Michael Hagopian, vs. Emmanuel, 12.5.12, W, 79–72 ....................................................... 6, Caleb Unni, vs. UMass Boston, 11.14.15, L, 72–61 Steals.............................................3, Michael Hagopian, at Lasell, 2.20.16, W, 67–66 Blocks..... 3, Matt Duquette, Twice, Last at Saint Joseph’s (Maine), 1.18.16, L, 62–56

Juron took his talents oversees after graduating Rochester in 2008 with dual bachelor’s degrees in Political Science and English. When he was not acting as the floor general for the BC Vlijmscherp in Den Bosch, Netherlands, he participated in instructional clinics for the community. Upon his return to Rochester to coach, Juron continued his education and received his Masters of Science degree in Business Administration from the Simon School of Business in May 2014.

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ASSISTANT COACHES DANA HARRIS ASSISTANT COACH

2ND SEASON AT SUFFOLK

Division I student-athletes and elite high school players.

During his first season on the bench of Suffolk’s program the

Harris burst onto the collegiate coaching scene as a student

Rams turned on the engines at just the right time. Sitting

manager of the University of Massachusetts men’s team in

at 4-15 heading into February, Suffolk won four of its final

2008-10. With the Minutemen, he had a chance to work in all

six to improve to 8-17 overall and 6-12 against conference

the areas of a collegiate coaching staff including recruiting,

competition to clinch the seventh seed in the GNAC

film breakdown, fundraising and day-to-day operations.

Tournament.

Harris was also required to have his sneakers laced and ready to go to participate in practices.

RECORDS

the Suffolk University men’s basketball team in 2016-17.

RESULTS

players at every caliber including overseas professionals,

REVIEW

Dana Harris begins his second season as assistant coach of

STAFF STAFF

UMASS, 2010

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OUTLOOK

For the tournament’s quarterfinals Suffolk ventured to After his time with UMass, Harris has accumulated five years

four days earlier in a 67-66 thriller. History did not repeat

of coaching experience in the high school ranks.

itself, however, as the Lasers held off the Rams, 78-64, to end the blue-and-gold’s run and season at 8-18 overall.

Harris earned his Bachelor’s in Sociology from the UMass

Harris helped coach Rams’ to individual milestones along the Off the hardwood, Harris, who calls Mattapan, Massachusetts

Team selection, punched tickets to Suffolk’s 1,000-point club

home, works with Playworks Massachusetts. As Program

and 100-game status the same day. Classmate Adam Chick

Coordinator, he plans, teaches and participates in sports

also played in his 100th career game, while fellow senior Jake

based programming during recess, in school and after

Meister earned a spot on the conference’s second team.

school at a public elementary school in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.

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way. Senior Caleb Unni, a four-time GNAC All-Sportsmanship

POST SEASON

Amherst in 2010.

Prior to signing on with the Rams, Harris worked as the

HONORS

second-seeded Lasell February 23, who the Rams just upset

Lead Group Trainer for iHoop Academy, LLC, a specialized basketball academy that strives to assist players in accomplishing their basketball goals in a fun and educational environment. Specializing in one-on-one coaching, he trained

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ERIC WHEELER

ASSISTANT COACH

2ND SEASON AT SUFFOLK UMASS, 2008

Eric Wheeler joined the Suffolk University men’s basketball

day. Classmate Adam Chick also played in his 100th career

coaching staff as assistant coach prior to tip-off of the 2015-

game, while fellow senior Jake Meister earned a spot on the

16 season.

conference’s second team.

Prior to the 2016-17 academic year, he added more

Wheeler joins the Suffolk staff after a one-year stint with

responsibility to his role when he joined the Athletics

the Fitchburg State program, his first stop as a full-time

Department as a Graduate Assistant, where he will assist with

collegiate assistant. He was an essential ingredient to

the brand new, state-of-the-art Michael & Larry Smith Fitness

the Falcons 14-win improvement and ECAC New England

Center and the Rams’ equipment room, while pursuing a

Tournament Championship run in 2014-15. Wheeler served

Masters in Administration of Higher Education.

as the recruiting coordinator for Fitchburg, as well a crucial component in organizing and executing practice and game

During his first season on the bench of Suffolk’s program the

plans.

Rams turned on the engines at just the right time. Sitting at 4-15 heading into February, Suffolk won four of its final

Prior to his time with Fitchburg, Wheeler made his way on

six to improve to 8-17 overall and 6-12 against conference

the college circuit as the University of Massachusetts team

competition to clinch the seventh seed in the GNAC

manager from 2009-12. As a Minutemen manager, he wore

Tournament.

multiple hats, including assistance with practice drills, oneon-one player development and film editing.

For the tournament’s quarterfinals Suffolk ventured to second-seeded Lasell February 23, who the Rams just upset

Wheeler has done a number of stints at summer basketball

four days earlier in a 67-66 thriller. History did not repeat

camps, clinics and as an AAU coach. Most recently, he

itself, however, as the Lasers held off the Rams, 78-64, to end

coached and worked as the team administrator for Team

the blue-and-gold’s run and season at 8-18 overall.

W.H.E.E.L.S.

Wheeler helped coach Rams’ to individual milestones

The Boxford, Massachusetts, product earned his Bachelors of

along the way. Senior Caleb Unni, a four-time GNAC

Science in Sport Management from the Isenberg School of

All-Sportsmanship Team selection, punched tickets to

Management from the University of Massachusetts in 2012.

Suffolk’s 1,000-point club and 100-game status the same

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ASSISTANT COACH

1ST SEASON AT SUFFOLK

the Suffolk University Athletics Department, where he will

Liberty saw action in 85 games averaging 5.5 points and 4.8

join Jeff Juron’s men’s basketball coaching staff, as well as

rebounds per contest.

assist in the media relation efforts of the Rams’ 19 varsity sports and intramural programs.

A Duxbury, Vermont, product Liberty established his playing roots at Harwood Union, where he earned varsity status in baseball and basketball.

GNAC competitor Lasell, Liberty brings a fresh players perspective and a wealth of conference knowledge to a well-

The son of Todd and Andra Liberty, he earned a Bachelor

balanced coaching staff.

of Science in Sports Management with a minor in coaching

RECORDS

Straight off the court from a four-year career with the Rams’

RESULTS

he started every contest. Over his storied four-year career,

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Logan Liberty enters his first year as a graduate assistant of

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LASELL, 2016

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OUTLOOK

LOGAN LIBERTY

from Lasell in May 2016. Liberty is currently furthering his education at Suffolk as he pursues a Master’s Degree in

made an impact as a freshman and continuously contributed

Administration of Higher Education.

up to his final campaign as a senior in 2015-16, in which

HONORS

As a player with the Lasers, the 6-foot-8 forward immediately

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JAKE MEISTER

ASSISTANT COACH

1ST SEASON AT SUFFOLK SUFFOLK, 2016

Jake Meister returns to his alma mater and joins Jeff Juron’s

per game over the course of his career. The 6-foot-5 small

coaching staff as an assistant coach for the 2016-17 season.

forward was just 86 points shy of the coveted 1,000-point club, finishing with 914.

Meister takes the sidelines with the Rams after a storied four-year career in blue–and–gold between 2012-16. A 2016

A multi–dimensional threat as a player, Meister brings a great

graduate of Suffolk’s Sawyer Business School with a degree

deal of knowledge that helps the Rams in game plans and

in finance, Meister captained the Rams as a senior and helped

opponent preparation. His thrive under pressure personality

the team to the GNAC Quarterfinals in each of his campaigns

has aided in Suffolk’s player development and helps in the

and garnered all–conference second team honors as a senior.

recruiting of future Rams.

Statistically speaking, Meister played in 98 contests for Suffolk, starting 54 to average 9.3 points and 4.4 rebounds

Off the hardwood, Meister works as a financial analysist.

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Cary McConnell was named Suffolk’s third Director of Athletics in October 2014. James E. Nelson (1975–2013) as the only other people to hold the title in the University’s Athletic Department 70–year history. McConnell oversees Suffolk’s 19–sport, NCAA Division III Athletic Department, which competes in the highly-competitive Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC) and Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC). In addition, McConnell oversees Suffolk’s Campus

NCAA Division III Athletic

Recreation, which offers a variety of club and intramural sport teams, as well as a wealth of

Department, as well as

physical education opportunities for the Suffolk student community.

Suffolk University’s Campus Prior to his appointment, McConnell served as interim director since Nelson’s retirement

variety of club sports and

in August 2013. During his time under interim status, McConnell participated in an internal

intramurals.

review of the department that result in a number of important recommendations for strengthening the athletics program and he has initiated the first steps toward achieving

›› Appointed the University’s

these goals.

third Director of Athletics Since McConnell took over the reins of the athletic department improvements have already

Department history.

begun. In 2015, the Rams secured home field advantage for its outdoor varsity sports — baseball, men’s and women’s soccer and softball — with a 10–year partnership with East Boston. A year later six new varsity sports were added to Suffolk’s lineup in men’s and

Suffolk’s head baseball coach

women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, women’s golf and women’s ice hockey and

for 20–seasons, amassing

state of the art work out facilities in the revamped Varsity Weight Room and the Michael

479 victories, four NCAA

and Larry Smith Fitness Center opened in August 2015.

Tournament Appearances, four GNAC Championships and two

McConnell joined the University in 1996 as Associate Director of Athletics and Head

ECAC Titles.

Baseball Coach. Prior to assuming his role at Suffolk, he had been the Head Baseball Coach

›› Was a baseball studentathlete at the College of

At the helm of the Suffolk program, McConnell won 479 contests (.635 winning

Wooster, where he gradated

percentage), recording at least 20–wins in a year for 17 consecutive seasons. He has

in 1989.

guided Suffolk to four NCAA Championship Tournament appearances, along with four

RAMMANCA

at the University of Rochester.

POST SEASON

›› Previously served as

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in the 70–year Athletic

RECORDS

Recreation, which offers a

RESULTS

›› Oversees Suffolk’s 19–sport,

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McConnell, a former head baseball coach for the Rams, joins Charles Law (1946–1975) and

RAMS

21ST YEAR AT SUFFOLK 2ND YEAR AS DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS COLLEGE OF WOOSTER ’89

OUTLOOK

CARY McCONNELL

GNAC titles. Under McConnell Suffolk appeared in the GNCA’s Conference Championship game for eight consecutive seasons. The five–time GNAC Coach of the Year took the Rams to 10 Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournaments, including crowns in 2000

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straight NCAA Tournaments and one World Series finishing fifth. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science

In 2013, McConell received the Jack Butterfield Award by the

and earned certification to teach at the Secondary level.

New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association (NEIBA).

In addition, he holds a Master’s Degree in Educational

The award is given to an active New England coach who

Administration from the University of Rochester.

demonstrated integrity and dedication to the game of college baseball.

McConnell resides in Reading, Massachusetts, along with his wife Kathy. They have two children, Charlie and Annie. Charlie

Across 22 seasons as a collegiate head coach McConnell

is currently in his sophomore season on the diamond with

amassed 534 career victories.

the Northeastern Huskies.

In May 2013, McConnell was inducted into the Suffolk University Hall of Fame along his 2000 Baseball Team. That team set a school record with 38 wins in a season, while his pitching staff led all NCAA Division III baseball in earned run average (2.69) and strikeouts (401). The Rams made their first NCAA appearance, while winning both the GNAC and ECAC Championships. Suffolk was also inducted into the GNAC’s inaugural Hall of Fame Class in 2010. McConnell is also an enshrined member of the Medina County Hall of Fame (2007) and the Brunswick High School of Hall of Fame (1994) in his native Ohio. A graduate of the College of Wooster, McConnell was a fouryear starter in the infield for the Scots and was selected to the All-Decade Team for the North Coast Athletic Conference (NCAC) for the 80’s. At Wooster, McConnell played in four

ATHLETIC ADMINISTRATION

AMY BARRY

SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR DIRECTOR OF CLUB SPORTS & INTRAMURALS

JEFF JURON

JACKIE DAVIS

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR MEN’S BASKETBALL SR. WOMEN’S COACH ADMINISTRATOR SOFTBALL COACH

ANTHONY DEL PRETE

ED LEYDEN

JEFF STONE

DR. GARY

SPECIAL ASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER FIREMAN ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR TO THE DIRECTOR OF FACULTY ATHLETIC REP ATHLETICS BASEBALL COACH WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT


2015–16 RESULTS RESULTS RECORD

OVERALL

HOME

AWAY

NEUTRAL

ALL GAMES 8–18 3–7 4–10 CONFERENCE 6–12 4–6 2–6 NON-CONFERENCE 2–6 0–2 1–3

Date

Opponent

Score

Points

1–1 0–0 1–1

Rebounds

Assists

Nov. 14 UMass Boston L, 72–61 23 Meister 9 Chick 6 Unni Nov. 20 1 — Worcester State L, 77–64 22 Duquette 8 Duquette 3 DiPrizio Nov. 21 1 — Johnson State W, 83–65 23 Unni 10 Chick 5 Chick Duquette Nov. 24 at Salve Regina L, 73–71 23 Meister 5 DiPrizio 4 McLean Unni DiPrizio Nov. 29 at New England College W, 76–73 19 Meister 12 Duquette 3 Chick McLean Unni Duquette Dec. 1 Albertus Magnus * L, 80–70 25 Duquette 7 DiPrizio 3 McLean Dec. 3 at Johnson & Wales * L, 92–48 12 Duquette 5 Meister 1 Hagopian Louissant Chick McLean Ballve Duquette Meister Dec. 5 Emmanuel * W, 79–72 28 Duquette 7 Chick 6 Hagopian Dec. 14 Wheelock L, 78–73 27 Meister 12 DiPrizio 3 McLean Unni Jan. 3 at Emerson * L, 73–54 13 Duquette 5 Duquette 3 Meister Jan. 7 Mount Ida * L, 74–66 14 McLean 10 Chick 3 Chick Jan. 9 at Rivier * W, 53–51 13 Meister 6 Duquettee 3 Meister Chick Jan. 13 at Norwich * L, 67–51 16 Meiester 6 DiPrizio 4 Meister Jan. 16 Johnson & Wales * L, 90–50 11 Unni 5 Meister 4 Chick Jan. 18 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 62–56 19 Meister 8 Chick 3 Chick Duquette Meister Jan. 21 Lasell * L, 88–56 15 Meister 5 Ballve 2 Meister Chick McLean Meister Jan. 23 Anna Maria * L, 88–71 28 Duquette 8 Chick 5 Meister Unni Jan. 27 at Albertus Magnus * L, 72–56 20 Duquette 7 Meister 6 Meister Jan. 30 at Emmanuel * L, 68–58 15 Duquette 8 Meister 4 McLean Feb. 3 at Anna Maria * L, 81–70 19 Meister 7 Chick 3 Hagopian Unni Meister Feb. 6 Norwich * W, 88–58 28 Meister 8 Duquette 4 Chick Unni Feb. 9 at Mount Ida * W, 81–75 24 Duquette 5 Unni 1 Unni Meister Duquette Hagopian Chick Feb. 13 Rivier * L, 62–61 18 Meister 8 Chick 4 Meister Duquette Feb. 16 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * W, 58–53 16 Chick 4 Meister 1 Hagopian Duquette McLean Unni Duquette Feb. 20 at Lasell * W, 67–66 21 Meister 8 Chick 2 Duquette Meister Feb. 23 % — at Lasell L, 78–64 23 Chick 13 Chick 5 Meister 1 — KEN WRIGHT ’62 INVITATIONAL (AMHERST COLLEGE, LEFRAK GYMNASIUM, AMHERST, MASS.)

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HONORS POST SEASON RAMMANCA

SUF OPP 321 323 12.3 12.4 334 255 12.8 9.8 -3.0 1.0 1.3 102 175 3.9 6.7 52 50 2.0 1.9 1365 2616 11–124 13–186 - 2–96

RECORDS

TEAM STATISTICS ASSISTS Assists per game TURNOVERS Turnovers per game Turnover margin Assist/turnover ratio STEALS Steals per game BLOCKS Blocks per game ATTENDANCE Home game-Avg/Game Neutral site-Avg/Game

RESULTS

SCORES BY PERIOD Suffolk Opponents

SUF OPP 1685 1888 64.8 72.6 -7.8 606–1481 716–1617 .409 .443 204–597 172–536 .342 .321 7.8 6.6 269–378 284–414 .712 .686 10.3 10.9 878 1007 33.8 38.7 -5.0 -

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TEAM STATISTICS SCORING Points per game Scoring margin FG-ATT Field goal pct 3 POINT FG-ATT 3-point FG pct 3-point FG made per game FREE THROWS-ATT Free throw pct F-Throws made per game REBOUNDS Rebounds per game Rebounding margin

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total 3–point f–throw rebounds gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg GNAC 01 Ballve, Nacho 8–1 51 6.4 3–10 .300 1–6 .167 2–3 .667 2 9 11 1.4 4 0 3 5 2 2 9 1.1 02 Unni, Caleb 17–17 465 27.4 55–142 .387 39–98 .398 22–36 .611 15 61 76 4.5 33 1 23 29 1 10 171 10.1 03 Chick, Adam 18–18 558 31.0 53–106 .500 3–20 .150 23–28 .821 39 72 111 6.2 36 1 35 26 0 12 132 7.3 05 Abdillahi, Warfa 6–0 27 4.5 3–10 .300 2–7 .286 2–4 .500 0 5 5 0.8 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 1.7 10 Hagopian, Michael 18–17 574 31.9 40–103 .388 24–50 .480 17–24 .708 6 48 54 3.0 35 0 27 10 3 11 121 6.7 11 McLean, Matt 13–1 340 18.9 18–59 .305 10–34 .294 15–24 .625 9 25 34 1.9 41 1 27 24 0 11 61 3.4 12 Meister, Jake 18–18 579 32.2 89–231 .385 42–126 .333 61–73 .836 4 76 80 4.4 30 1 48 56 6 6 281 15.6 14 DiPrizio, Steve 16–3 212 13.3 13–43 .302 4–15 .267 8–10 .800 12 24 36 2.3 26 0 7 16 3 2 38 2.4 15 McCartney, Quinn 10–0 97 9.7 8–24 .333 2–13 .154 2–3 .667 6 17 23 2.3 19 1 3 14 2 2 20 2.0 20 Djema, Steven 1–0 1 1.0 0–1 .000 0–1 .000 0–0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 21 Duquette, Matt 16–13 426 26.6 99–211 .469 0–2 .000 41–63 .651 16 66 82 5.1 37 1 25 24 17 8 239 14.9 22 Casella, Curtis 13–1 122 9.4 8–31 .258 4–22 .182 3–4 .750 1 13 14 1.1 8 0 8 9 0 2 23 1.8 23 Wright-Hopkins, Mek 5–0 16 3.2 1–3 .333 1–2 .500 0–0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 1 0 0 1 0 2 3 0.6 25 Louissant, Jean-Zach 9–0 68 7.6 6–11 .545 1–1 1.000 3–4 .750 3 12 15 1.7 14 0 2 11 1 1 16 1.8 31 Shafiezadeh, Mohamm 5–0 16 3.2 2–3 .667 1–1 1.000 0–0 .000 0 3 3 0.6 1 0 0 1 0 0 5 1.0 32 Querusio, Kevin 7–1 49 7.0 2–8 .250 0–0 .000 6–8 .750 2 10 12 1.7 4 0 1 0 0 3 10 1.4 TEAM 18 34 52 12 SUFFOLK 18 3601 400–966 .402 134–398 .337 205–284 .722 133 475 608 33.8 290 6 209 239 36 73 1139 63.3 OPPONENTS 18 3599 490–1116 .439 120–382 .314 199–286 .696 200 507 707 39.3 296 - 223 181 31 137 1299 72.2

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total 3–point f–throw rebounds ALL GAMES gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg 01 Ballve, Nacho 13–1 85 6.5 4–16 .250 1–10 .100 2–6 .667 2 16 18 1.4 8 0 6 9 2 3 11 0.8 02 Unni, Caleb 25–25 685 27.4 80–215 .372 57–155 .368 30–49 .612 23 81 104 4.2 53 1 44 42 2 13 247 9.9 03 Chick, Adam 26–26 822 31.6 86–171 .503 9–39 .231 32–39 .821 58 110 168 6.5 50 1 51 36 1 18 213 8.2 05 Abdillahi, Warfa 8–0 31 3.9 4–13 .308 3–9 .333 2–4 .500 0 5 5 0.6 1 0 0 1 1 1 13 1.6 10 Hagopian, Michael 26–25 802 30.8 57–144 .396 34–72 .472 17–25 .680 10 55 65 2.5 45 0 39 13 3 16 165 6.3 11 McLean, Matt 26–1 483 18.7 32–93 .344 19–55 .345 19–28 .679 12 33 45 1.7 51 1 39 35 1 14 102 3.9 12 Meister, Jake 26–26 802 30.8 134–327 .410 60–171 .351 79–86 .823 6 100 106 4.1 50 2 59 73 7 10 407 15.7 14 DiPrizio, Steve 24–5 380 15.8 36–87 .414 9–29 .310 13–19 .684 23 60 83 3.5 46 0 21 23 5 3 94 3.9 15 McCartney, Quinn 13–0 129 9.9 14–36 .389 3–18 .167 3–5 .600 7 21 28 2.2 24 1 3 16 4 2 34 2.6 20 Djema, Steven 2–0 3 1.5 0–1 .000 0–1 .000 0–0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 21 Duquette, Matt 22–19 563 25.6 132–300 .440 0–2 .000 60–94 .638 29 92 121 5.5 53 2 37 35 23 10 324 14.7 22 Casella, Curtis 19–1 175 9.2 11–14 .268 6–30 .200 3–4 .750 2 16 18 0.9 9 0 14 14 2 3 31 1.6 23 Wright-Hopkins, Mek 8–0 22 2.8 1–4 .250 1–2 .500 0–0 .000 0 1 1 0.1 1 0 1 2 0 3 3 0.4 25 Louissant, Jean-Zach 15–0 125 8.3 9–7 .529 1–2 .500 3–4 .750 7 18 25 1.7 26 0 4 18 1 2 22 1.5 31 Shafiezadeh, Mohamm 8–0 24 3.0 3–7 .429 1–2 .500 0–0 .000 2 5 7 0.9 2 0 0 2 0 1 7 0.9 32 Querusio, Kevin 11–1 67 6.1 3–9 .333 0-0 .000 6–8 .750 4 13 17 1.5 6 0 3 1 0 3 12 1.1 TEAM 22 45 67 13 SUFFOLK 26 5201 606–1481 .409 204–597 .342 269–378 .712 207 671 878 33.8 425 8 321 334 52 102 1685 64.8 OPPONENTS 26 5199 716–1617 .443 172–536 .321 284–414 .636 289 718 1007 38.7 419 - 323 255 50 175 1888 72.6

OUTLOOK

FINAL STATS

1ST 2ND TOTAL 817 868 1685 893 955 1888

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SUFFOLK INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Points.............................. 28 Meister vs. Norwich (2.6.16) 28 Duquette vs. Anna Maria (1.23.16) 28 Duquette vs. Emmanuel (12.5.15) FG Made.......................... 12 Duquette vs. Emmanuel (12.5.15) FG Attempts................... 21 Meister at Lasell (2.23.16) 21 Meister at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (1.18.16) FG% (min 5 made)......... .818 (9-11) Chick vs. St. Joseph’s (Maine) (2.16.16) .818 (9-11) Duquette vs. Norwich (2.6.16) .818 (9-11) Meister at Salve Regina (11.24.15) 3 PT FG Made................. 7 Unni vs. Johnson State (11.21.15) 3 PT FG Attempts.......... 13 Unni at New England College (11.29.15) 3 PT FG% (min 3 made).1.000 (3-3) Hagopian vs. Mount Ida (1.7.16) 1.000 (3-3) Unni vs. Emmanuel (12.5.15) FTs Made......................... 7 Meister vs. Rivier (2.13.16) 7 Meister vs. Emmanuel (12.5.15) 7 Duquette vs. Albertus Magnus (12.1.15) 7 Meister vs. UMass Boston (11.14.15) FT Attempts 9 Duquette at Mount Ida (2.9.16) 9 Duquette vs. Albertus Magnus (12.1.15) 9 Duquette vs. Worcester State (11.20.15) FT % (min 5 made) 1.000 (7-7) Meister vs. Rivier (2.13.16) Rebounds........................ 16 Chick vs. St. Joseph’s (Maine) (1.18.16) Assists............................. 6 Meister at Albertus Magnus (1.27.16) 6 Hagopian vs. Emmanuel (12.5.15) 6 Unni vs. UMass Boston (11.14.15) Steals............................... 3 Hagopian at Lasell (2.20.16) 3 Chick vs. Norwich (2.6.16) Blocks.............................. 3 Duquette at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (1.18.16) 3 Duquette at Rivier (1.9.16)

SUFFOLK TEAM GAME HIGHS

Points.............................. 88 FGs Made........................ 33 FG Attempts................... 68 FG %................................ .552 (32-58) 3 PT FG Made................. 13 3 PT FG Attempts.......... 34 3 PT FG %........................ .500 (12-26) .500 (10-20) FTs Made......................... 21 FT Attempts.................... 28 FT %................................. .917 (11-12) Rebounds........................ 46 Assists............................. 23 Steals............................... 7 Blocks.............................. 5

SUFFOLK TEAM GAME LOWS

Points.............................. 48 FGs Made........................ 16 FG Attempts................... 42 FG %................................ .302 (19-63) 3 PT FG Made................. 3 3 PT FG Attempts.......... 15 3 PT FG %........................ .176 (3-17) FTs Made......................... 2 FT Attempts.................... 5 FT %................................. .400 (2-5) Rebounds........................ 21 Assists............................. 5 Steals............................... 0 Blocks.............................. 0 0 0

vs. Norwich (2.6.16) vs. Johnson State (11.21.15) at Lasell (2.23.16) vs. Norwich (2.6.16) vs. Johnson State (11.21.15) at Lasell (2.23.16) vs. Johnson State (11.21.15) at Mount Ida (2.9.16) vs. Albertus Magnus (12.1.15) vs. Albertus Magnus (12.1.15) vs. Anna Maria (1.23.16) vs. St. Joseph’s (Maine)(2.16.16) vs. Johnson State (11.21.15) at Lasell (2.20.16) vs. Johnson & Wales (1.16.16)

at Johnson & Wales (12.3.15) at Johnson & Wales (12.3.15) at Johnson & Wales (12.3.15) vs. Lasell (1.21.16) vs. Lasell (1.21.16) vs. UMass Boston (11.14.15) vs. Lasell (1.21.16) vs. Wheelock (12.14.15) vs. Wheelock (12.14.15) vs. Wheelock (12.14.15) at Emerson (1.3.16) vs. Lasell (1.21.16) vs. Anna Maria (1.23.16) at Salve Regina (11.24.15) at Norwich (1.13.16) at Emmanuel (1.30.16)

OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS

Points.............................. 33 Tom Garrick, Johnson & Wales (1.16.16) FGs Made........................ 12 Tom Garrick, Johnson & Wales (1.16.16) 12 Kyle Davis, Emmanuel (12.5.15) FG Attempts................... 21 Patrick Bradanese, Anna Maria (1.23.16) 21 Tom Garrick, Johnson & Wales (1.16.16) FG % (min 5 made)........ 1.000 (9-9) Mike Hogervorst, Norwich (1.13.16) 3 PT FG Made................. 6 Scott Arsenault, Lasell (1.21.16) 3 PT FG Attempts.......... 12 Corey Pryor, Anna Maria (1.23.16) 3 PT FG % (min 3 made).857 (6-7) Scott Arsenault, Lasell (1.21.16) FTs Made......................... 12 Dezron Wilson, New England (11.29.15) FT Attempts.................... 14 Armin Omanovic, Lasell (2.20.16) FT %................................. 1.000 (12-12) Dezron Wilson, New England (11.19.15) Rebounds........................ 17 Logan Liberty, Lasell (2.23.16) Assists............................. 10 Nicholas Fenton, Wheelock (12.14.15) Steals............................... 9 Anthony Jernigan, Johnson & Wales (12.3.15) Blocks.............................. 2 Patrick McKearney, Moutn Ida (2.9.16) 2 Matt Raine, Emmanuel (1.30.16) 2 Isaish Ruffen, Rivier (1.9.16) 2 Errald Jordine, Mount Ida (1.7.16) 2 Mac Sashin, Emerson (1.3.16) 2 Dondre James, New England (11.29.15) 2 Paul Brooks, Worcester State (11.20.15)

OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS Points.............................. 92 FGs Made........................ 38 FG Attempts................... 75 FG %................................ .547 (29-53) 3 PT FG Made................. 11 3 PT FG Attempts.......... 31 3 PT FG %........................ .667 (6-9) FTs Made......................... 21 FT Attempts.................... 30 FT %................................. 1.000 (7-7) Rebounds........................ 49 49 Assists............................. 22 Steals............................... 23 Blocks.............................. 4 4 4 4 4

OPPONENT TEAM GAME LOWS Points.............................. 51 FGs Made........................ 19 19 FG Attempts................... 49 49 FG %................................ .344 (21-61) 3 PT FG Made................. 2 3 PT FG Attempts.......... 9 3 PT FG %........................ .133 (2-15) FTs Made......................... 4 FT Attempts.................... 4 FT %................................. .391 (9-23) Rebounds........................ 27 Assists............................. 5 5 Steals............................... 2 Blocks.............................. 0 0 0 0

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at Johnson & Wales (12.3.15) at Johnson & Wales (12.3.15) UMass Boston (11.14.15) at Salve Regina (11.24.15) Johnson & Wales (1.16.16) at Mount Ida (2.9.16) at Salve Regina (11.24.15) at Lasell (2.23.16) at Lasell (2.23.16) vs. Worcester State (11.20.15) Lasell (1.21.16) UMass Boston (11.14.15) Johnson & Wales (1.16.16) at Johnson & Wales (12.3.15) at Mount Ida (2.9.16) at Emmanuel (1.30.16) Mount Ida (1.7.16) at Emerson (1.3.16) UMass Boston (11.14.15)

at Rivier (1.9.16) at Rivier (1.9.16) at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (1.18.16) at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (1.18.16) at Lasell (2.20.16) St. Joseph’s (Maine) (2.16.16) Norwich (2.6.16) at Salve Regina (11.24.15) Norwich (2.6.16) St. Joseph’s (Maine) (2.16.16) St. Joseph’s (Maine) (2.16.16) at Salve Regina (11.24.15) at New England (11.29.15) at Rivier (1.9.16) Rivier (2.13.16) at Lasell (2.23.16) at Salve Regina (11.24.15) at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (1.18.16) at Anna Maria (2.3.16) Norwich (2.6.16)


2015-16 TEAM COMPARISON points

STAFF REVIEW REVIEW RESULTS RECORDS HONORS POST SEASON

1st 2nd 33 39 31 30 37 40 32 32 30 35 51 32 37 36 32 39 31 42 40 36 39 41 34 36 56 36 13 35 31 41 38 41 33 45 36 37 32 41 24 30 39 35 25 41 20 31 20 33 32 35 31 20 36 54 30 20 26 36 26 30 44 44 38 18 46 42 38 33 28 44 26 30 39 29 21 37 40 41 28 42 27 31 49 39 38 37 32 49 27 35 25 36 29 24 29 29 28 38 67 30 28 38 31 33

RAMS

total 3-pointers free throws opponent date result fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% rebounds a to b s f pts UMass Boston Nov. 11 L, 72–61 30–75 .400 3–18 .167 9–16 .563 49 11 10 4 5 23 72 Suffolk 23–55 .418 4–15 .267 11–20 .550 36 13 16 1 1 17 61 vs. Worcester State Nov. 20 L, 77–64 30–64 .469 10–27 .370 7–7 1.000 33 14 8 3 5 19 77 Suffolk 23–54 .426 6–18 .333 12–19 .632 34 11 14 1 1 18 64 vs. Johnson State Nov. 21 W, 83–65 26–65 .400 5–23 .217 8–12 .667 29 7 11 2 5 12 65 Suffolk 33–65 .508 13–26 .500 4–8 .500 44 23 14 4 6 14 83 at Salve Regina Nov. 24 L, 73–71 29–56 .547 6–9 .667 9–23 .391 34 15 13 0 5 13 73 Suffolk 26–55 .473 10–24 .417 9–11 .818 25 13 10 0 5 17 71 at New England Nov. 29 W, 76–73 25–57 .439 6–24 .250 17–23 .739 27 12 5 4 4 18 73 Suffolk 28–64 .438 6–28 .214 14–16 .875 14 16 9 3 3 22 76 Albertus Magnus Dec. 1 L, 80–70 31–62 .500 6–17 .353 12–22 .545 42 11 12 1 6 24 80 Suffolk 21–54 .389 7–22 .318 21–28 .750 30 11 14 2 5 18 70 at Johnson & Wales Dec. 3 L, 92–48 38–71 .535 8–22 .364 8–15 .533 35 12 6 3 23 17 92 Suffolk 16–42 .381 6–19 .316 10–14 .714 32 6 30 2 1 16 48 Emmanuel Dec. 5 W, 79–72 29–63 .460 3–17 .176 11–15 .733 39 6 17 1 5 21 72 Suffolk 26–48 .542 10–22 .455 17–26 .654 27 15 16 1 6 19 79 Wheelock Dec. 14 L, 78–73 31–66 .470 8–17 .471 8–11 .272 35 12 8 1 8 14 78 Suffolk 30–61 .492 11–28 .393 2–5 .400 35 11 14 3 4 17 73 at Emerson Jan. 3 L, 73–54 30–63 .476 5–19 .263 8–11 .727 45 14 11 4 4 16 73 Suffolk 20–63 .317 8–26 .308 6–7 .857 21 13 13 2 5 14 54 Mount Ida Jan. 7 L, 74–66 26–62 .419 5–21 .238 17–27 .630 47 9 16 4 9 21 74 Suffolk 19–59 .322 8–26 .308 20–27 .741 40 10 15 1 5 25 66 at Rivier Jan. 9 W, 53–51 19–54 .352 5–18 .278 8–10 .800 38 5 8 2 6 15 51 Suffolk 20–54 .370 9–23 .391 4–9 .444 35 11 9 4 4 10 53 at Norwich Jan. 13 L, 67–51 26–50 .520 3–16 .188 12–17 .706 36 15 14 1 6 21 57 Suffolk 18–47 .383 9–32 .281 6–14 .429 23 12 15 0 3 16 51 Johnson & Wales Jan. 16 L, 90–50 36–67 .400 11–24 .458 7–1 .636 35 22 9 1 16 12 90 Suffolk 18–45 .400 12–21 .476 4–8 .500 25 13 23 5 3 13 50 Saint Joseph’s (Me.) Jan. 18 L, 62–56 19–49 .388 7–21 .333 17–23 .739 39 15 7 0 3 8 62 Suffolk 21–60 .350 8–26 .308 6–7 .857 33 13 6 3 1 16 56 Lasell Jan. 21 L, 88–56 33–67 .493 9–17 .529 13–15 .867 49 13 9 3 3 16 88 Suffolk 19–63 .302 3–17 .176 15–18 .833 30 5 7 2 4 14 56 Anna Maria Jan. 23 L, 88–71 32–73 .438 10–27 .370 14–18 .778 41 16 3 2 8 11 88 Suffolk 27–58 .466 6–16 .375 11–12 .917 35 17 12 2 0 16 71 at Albertus Magnus Jan. 27 L, 72–56 28–62 .452 8–19 .421 8–11 .727 39 16 12 1 11 15 72 Suffolk 22–54 .407 4–17 .235 8–11 .727 31 12 17 1 5 12 56 at Emmanuel Jan. 30 L, 58–58 28–67 .418 6–23 .261 6–10 .600 44 21 9 4 6 16 68 Suffolk 19–55 .345 9–24 .375 11–13 .846 35 15 12 0 5 14 58 at Anna Maria Feb. 3 L, 81–70 30–73 .411 9–25 .360 12–17 .706 48 16 9 0 8 19 81 Suffolk 25–59 .424 7–24 .292 13–19 .684 36 11 14 2 3 19 70 Norwich Feb. 6 W, 88–58 23–61 .377 2–15 .133 10–17 .588 29 9 10 0 6 14 58 Suffolk 32–58 .552 9–25 .360 15–17 .882 39 15 11 1 7 17 58 at Mount Ida Feb. 9 W, 81–75 27–64 .422 10–30 .323 11–12 .917 31 11 8 4 5 15 75 Suffolk 28–58 .483 10–20 .500 15–20 .750 38 17 11 2 5 16 81 Rivier Feb. 13 L, 62–61 24–61 .393 6–24 .250 8–12 .667 41 5 9 1 6 16 62 Suffolk 22–60 .367 7–25 .280 10–13 .769 38 8 7 3 5 17 61 Saint Joseph’s (Me.) Feb. 16 W, 58–53 21–61 .344 7–26 .269 4–4 1.000 34 11 7 1 6 19 53 Suffolk 21–58 .362 5–21 .238 11–16 .688 43 10 9 4 4 10 58 at Lasell Feb. 20 W, 67–66 20–49 .408 5–19 .263 21–30 .700 40 10 16 2 4 16 66 Suffolk 26–64 .406 7–18 .389 8–12 .667 35 8 11 1 7 22 67 at Lasell Feb. 23 L, 78–64 25–58 .431 9–17 .529 19–25 .760 48 15 8 1 2 8 67 Suffolk 23–68 .338 12–34 .353 6–8 .750 34 12 5 2 4 16 64

OUTLOOK

COMPARISON

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2015-16 SUPERLATIVES ATTENDANCE SUMMARY GAMES TOTAL AVERAGE HOME 10 1,579 158 AWAY 14 2,558 182 NEUTRAL 2 192 96 TOTAL

SUFFOLK RECORD WHEN

Home...................................................................3–8 Away ...................................................................4–9 Neutral...................................................................1–1 Leading at halftime............................................5–1 Trailing at halftime........................................... 1–16 Tied at halftime...................................................2–1 Leading with 10:00 remaining......................... 7–5 Trailing with 10:00 remaining......................... 1–13 Tied with 10:00 remaining.............................. 0–0 Leading with 5:00 remaining...........................8–0 Trailing with 5:00 remaining.......................... 0–17 Tied with 5:00 remaining..................................0–1 In Overtime........................................................ 0–0 Suffolk out-rebounds opponent.......................6–1 Suffolk is out-rebounded.................................2–16 Same amount of rebounds................................0–1 Suffolk commits more turnovers....................6–12 Opponent commits more turnovers................ 2–5 Same amount of turnovers.............................. 0–0 Suffolk shoots 50% or better...........................0–5 Opponent shoots 50% or better......................3–0 Suffolk shoots less than 50%..........................8–13 Opponent shoots less than 50%.....................5–18 Suffolk has more free-throw attempts........... 3–7 Opponent has more free-throw attempts......4–9 Same amount of free throw attempts.............1–2 Suffolk bench outscores opponent bench..... 5–3 Opponent bench outscores Suffolk bench... 3–14 Bencehs score the same....................................0–1 Suffolk scores less than 50.............................. 0–0 Suffolk scores between 50–59........................ 2–7 Suffolk scores between 60–69.........................1–5 Suffolk scores between 70–79.........................2–6 Suffolk scores between 80–89........................3–0 Suffolk scores between 90–99....................... 0–0 Suffolk scores 100 or more............................. 0–0 Opponent scores less than 50........................ 0–0 Opponent scores between 50–59...................3–0 Opponent scores between 60–69...................2–4 Opponent scores between 70–79...................3–8 Opponent scores between 80–89.................. 0–4 Opponent scores between 90–99...................0–2 Opponent scores 100 or more........................ 0–0 In November....................................................... 2–3 In December........................................................1–3 In January............................................................1–9 In Feburary.........................................................4–3 On Monday.........................................................0–2 On Tuesday......................................................... 2–3 On Wednesday...................................................0–3 On Thursday.......................................................0–3 On Friday.............................................................0–1 On Saturday........................................................ 5–5 On Sunday............................................................1–1

STARTING LINEUPS (listed in order of position, 1-5) W-L 5–13 Hagopian, Unni, Chick, Meister, Duquette 0–1 Unni, Casella, Ballve, Chick, Meister 0–1 Hagopian, Unni, Chick, Meister, Querusio 1–3 Hagopian, Unni, Chick, Meister, DiPrizio 0–1 Hagopian, McLean, Chick, Meister, Duquette MARGIN OF Wins Losses

VICTORY/DEFEAT 1 2 3 4 5 6–10 11–15 16–19 20–24 25+ 1 1 - - 3 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 - - 1 4 4 4 - 3

MOST FIRST HALF POINTS Suffolk 51 vs. Johnson State (11.21.15) Opponents 56 at Johnson & Wales (12.3.15)

MOST SECOND HALF POINTS Suffolk 42 at Anna Maria (2.3.16) Opponents 54 Johnson & Wales (1.16.16)

FEWEST FIRST HALF POINTS Suffolk 13 at Johnson & Wales (12.3.15) Opponents 20 at Rivier (1.9.16)

FEWEST SECOND HALF POINTS Suffolk 18 at Lasell (2.23.16) Opponents 24 Saint Joseph’s (Me.) (2.16.16)

LARGEST HALFTIME LEAD Suffolk 22 Norwich (2.6.16) Opponents 43 at Johnson & Wales (12.3.15)

LARGEST MARGIN LEAD Suffolk 30 Norwich (2.6.16) Opponents 44 vs. Johnson & Wales (12.3.15)

JUMP BALLS CONTROLLED Suffolk 7 Opponents 19 HOW FIRST POINTS SCORED Lay-Up 6 3-Pointer 11 Jump Shot 6 Free Throw 3 Dunks 0 SCORED SU’S FIRST POINTS Meister 9 Duquette 8 Unni 4 Chick 2 DiPrizio 2 Hagopian 1 FIRST OFF SUFFOLK BENCH ^ McLean 16 DiPrizio 8 McCartney 8 DiPrizio 2 Duquette 2 Casella 1 Hagopian 1 Querusio 1 ^ includes multiple subs DUNKS 1516 CAR Duquette 1 2 McCartney 1 2 POINTS LEADER * 1516 CAR Meister 13 15 Duquette 8 17 Chick 2 6 Unni 2 11 McLean 1 1 Casella 0 1

REBOUNDS LEADER * 1516 CAR Chick 12 23 Duquette 7 19 Meister 5 22 DiPrizio 4 4 Unni 2 13 McCartney 0 1 ASSISTS LEADER * 1516 CAR Meister 13 26 Chick 9 21 McLean 8 8 Duquette 7 9 Unni 5 31 Hagopian 3 3 DiPrizio 2 2 Ballve 1 1 Casella 0 4 McCartney 0 1 STEALS LEADER * 1516 CAR Hagopian 10 10 McLean 10 10 Unni 10 39 Chick 8 26 Meister 7 24 Duquette 6 8 DiPrizio 4 4 Querusio 3 3 Wright-Hopkins 3 3 Casella 2 7 Ballve 2 5 Louissant 2 2 Abdillahi 1 1 McCartney 0 5

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BLOCKS LEADER * 1516 CAR Duquette 14 29 Meister 5 19 McCartney 3 9 Ballve 2 2 DiPrizio 2 2 Unni 2 6 Casella 1 0 Chick 1 2 Hagopian 1 1 McLean 1 1 Abdillahi 1 1 * includes all ties 10+ POINTS 1516 CAR Meister 22 45 Duquette 16 27 Unni 13 48 Hagopian 8 8 Chick 6 22 McLean 2 2 McCartney 1 3 DiPrizio 1 1 Casella 0 11 20+ POINTS 1516 CAR Duquette 7 9 Meister 6 Chick 2 4 McCartney 0 1 Unni 0 5 Casella 0 2 10+ REBOUNDS 1516 CAR Chick 2 6 DiPrizio 1 1 Duquette 1 3 Meister 0 4 Unni 0 4 DOUBLE-DOUBLE 1516 CAR Chick 2 4 Duquette 1 3 Meister 0 4 Unni 0 3


UMASS BOSTON FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Margas f 2–6 0–2 3–4 4 0 7 0 0 0 0 18 Freeman c 3–5 0–0 0–2 4 4 6 0 2 1 0 19 Allen g 2–11 1–6 2–2 4 1 7 1 1 0 2 39 Pereira g 4–13 0–0 1–3 15 3 9 1 2 1 1 28 Campbell g 9–20 0–4 2–3 6 2 20 5 2 0 1 37 Ezewuze 1–2 0–1 0–0 2 2 2 0 1 1 0 3 Barnes 5–13 1–3 1–2 3 3 12 3 0 0 0 25 Powers 2–3 1–2 0–0 4 3 5 0 0 0 1 8 Louis-Jean 2–2 0–0 0–0 1 4 4 0 1 1 0 12 Areneaud 0–0 0–0 0–0 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 11 Team 3 Totals 30–75 3–18 9–13 49 23 72 11 10 4 5 200

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 9–11 5–3 0–0 0 4 23 0 1 0 1 21 Duquette f 2–12 0–0 5–6 4 2 9 0 2 0 1 17 Unni g 6–12 3–8 1–2 5 3 16 3 1 0 1 24 Chick g 3–5 0–1 1–1 3 3 7 0 2 0 1 34 Hagopian g 3–7 2–4 0–0 1 1 8 1 0 0 0 38 Ballve 0–1 0–1 0–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 McLean 1–3 0–2 0–0 2 1 2 4 3 0 0 28 DiPrizio 2–4 0–2 2–2 5 3 6 4 0 0 1 25 Casella 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 7 Wright–Hopkins 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Shafiezadeh 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 3 Totals 26–55 10–24 9–11 25 17 71 13 10 0 5 200

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GAME

HOW IT HAPPENED » Trailing by as many as 12 points SALVE REGINA FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN with 12:33 remaining in the second Hanson * 6–15 3–4 0–0 3 1 15 0 0 0 1 26 half, Suffolk made a late comeback. Boggs * 5–9 0–0 6–8 11 3 16 6 5 0 3 40 Bates * 8–12 1–1 0–4 9 3 17 1 2 0 0 36 » Unni got things going for Suffolk Morton * 3–5 1–1 0–2 0 1 7 2 3 0 0 31 Costello * 4–6 0–0 3–7 8 3 11 3 1 0 1 26 with six straight points to cut the Blackwell 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 13 lead down to seven with 15:47 on Mannix 2–4 1–2 0–0 1 0 5 3 0 0 0 20 O’Rourke 1–1 0–0 0–2 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 5 the clock. Bowman 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 » Salve Regina responded a set of Team 0 Steven DiPrizio free throws with five Totals 29–53 6–9 9–23 34 13 73 15 13 0 5 200 points of its own to regain a double figure advantage with 14 to play. » After trading hoops, Michael Hagopian sparked an 11-2 Rams’ run that put the blue and gold within three, 56–53, at 8:14. » Down the stretch the Seahawks had an answer for every single Suffolk basket, but a trifecta by Unni at 4:01 kept the Rams within striking distance. » A trey from Hagopian sparked seven straight Suffolk points that put the visitors in front, 69–64. » The Seahawks climbed back and tied it at 69-all with just 1:17 remaining. » The teams traded lay–ups with seconds remaining to tie things at 71–71, but a perfect executed play out of a timeout by Salve Regina that transpired in a layup as time expired lifted the hosts to the 73–71 win.

RAMMANCA

HOW IT HAPPENED » Right off the tip the Rams put on a show as Unni netted a 3–point just 12 second in and Suffolk rolled from there, taking a double digit edge at the halfway point of the first frame, 21–10. » The advantage stretched to 21 points on Unni’s sixth three of the opening period and DiPrizio’s second trey of the day gave the Rams a 51–28 lead at the half. » Out of the locker room, the Rams picked up right where they left off as they traded hoops with the Beavers to maintain their 20–point lead. » Suffolk did not falter the rest of the way as it held on for the 86–65 victory.

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Jake Meister matched a career– high 23 points. » Caleb Unni pitched in 16 points, on a 50 percent connection rate (6–12) and added five rounds, three steals and one block.

POST SEASON

JOHNSON STATE FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Slater * 0–3 0–0 0–0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 19 Moulton * 1–7 0–0 0–0 3 1 2 0 2 1 0 18 Bunch * 11–16 1–4 4–6 6 0 27 1 2 0 2 38 Holl * 3–8 2–6 0–0 1 0 8 3 1 0 0 21 Ashley * 2–11 1–6 0–0 5 4 5 1 0 0 1 35 Manning 1–2 1–2 0–0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 Singleton 4–11 0–2 1–2 7 1 9 0 3 1 1 25 Davis 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 Glover 3–3 0–0 1–2 2 1 7 0 1 0 1 20 Fall 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 2 Larose 1–4 0–3 2–2 0 3 4 0 1 0 0 17 Team 3 Totals 26–65 5–23 8–12 29 12 65 7 11 2 5 200

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 32 39 71 Salve Regina 37 36 734 NOVEMBER 24, 2015 » RODGERS REC CENTER » NEWPORT, R.I. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

HONORS

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 2–3 0–1 0–0 3 0 4 0 0 0 0 7 Duquette f 4–10 0–0 2–6 5 0 10 5 1 2 0 18 Unni g 8–13 7–10 0–0 6 4 23 1 1 0 1 29 Chick g 8–10 1–1 2–2 10 0 19 5 1 0 1 34 Hagopian g 1–7 1–4 0–0 3 0 3 4 1 0 1 32 McLean 0–2 0–0 0–0 1 3 0 1 3 0 0 17 DiPrizio 6–8 2–2 0–0 9 3 14 4 2 1 0 20 Casella 3–7 2–6 0–0 2 1 8 2 2 1 1 23 Wright–Hopkins 0–1 0–0 0–0 2 3 0 0 2 0 1 9 Louissant 0–1 0–0 0–0 2 3 0 0 2 0 1 9 Shafiezadeh 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Querusio 1–1 0–0 0–0 1 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 Team 1 Totals 33–65 13–26 4–8 44 14 83 23 14 4 6 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » Veteran leadership of Adam Chick, Duquette and Meister carried the load early for the Rams as the upperclassmen combined for 13 points, but the Lancers held the edge, 17–13. » McLean, the first underclassmen to score for the Rams, netted a trey and pulled Suffolk within one, but Worcester did not relent and held onto a nine-point lead with 5:27 to play in the first. » A 9-2 stretch by Suffolk put the Rams within one possession, but a late and–1 from the Lancers gave them a 37–32 halftime cushion. » Worcester picked up the pace in the second stanza and quickly gained a double digit advantage, 44-32, at 16:10. » Ten unanswered points from Suffolk kept things interesting as the score moved to 47–42 as the clock ticked under 13. » After triples were traded on either end, the Lancers strung together an 8–2 stretch and held on to a 58–47 lead with just over six minutes to go. » Worcester had an answer for every Suffolk hoop to hold on for the 77–64 win.

RECORDS

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Thanks to veteran leadership, Suffolk grabbed its first win of the season and of the Jeff Juron era. » Caleb Unni put in a career-high 23 points, shooting 70 percent (7–10) from 3–point range. » Adam Chick played a well– balanced game with 19 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and one steal. » Steven DiPrizio was efficient from the floor, going 6–of–8 for his own career high of 14 points. » Matt Duquette chipped in 10 points, five rebounds, five helpers and swatted two shots.

WORCESTER ST FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Mustapha f 1–4 0–1 0–0 2 4 2 0 2 0 0 18 Brooks c 6–10 0–0 3–3 10 2 15 0 0 2 0 27 Cabral g 6–10 3–5 0–0 1 1 15 3 1 0 0 30 McKreith-Collins g 3–10 0–4 0–0 2 0 6 0 0 0 1 29 Shakir g 6–13 3–8 4–4 6 2 19 3 1 0 1 27 Neal 2–3 1–2 0–0 0 2 5 2 1 0 0 17 Anniballi 0–1 0–1 0–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Smith 0–1 0–0 0–0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 DiBernardo 3–4 2–2 0–0 7 1 8 3 1 1 1 25 Santos 3–7 1–4 0–0 1 3 7 3 2 0 2 17 Moroney 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Dogali 0–1 0–0 0–0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 Team 2 Totals 30–64 10–27 7–7 33 19 77 14 8 3 5 200

RESULTS

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 51 32 83 Johnson State 30 35 65 NOVEMBER 21, 2015 » REGAN GYMNASIUM » AMHERST, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Duquette f 8–16 0–0 6–9 8 3 22 0 3 1 0 29 Unni g 1–6 1–6 2–2 0 4 5 2 0 0 0 14 Chick g 2–5 0–0 0–0 6 0 4 1 2 0 0 35 Hagopian g 0–3 0–1 0–0 0 2 0 2 1 0 0 22 Meister g 3–7 1–3 2–4 3 2 9 1 3 0 1 31 McLean 5–9 4–7 0–0 2 2 14 0 2 0 0 31 DiPrizio 3–5 0–0 2–4 5 2 8 3 0 0 0 18 Casella 0–2 0–1 0–0 2 0 0 2 0 0 0 9 Louissant 1–1 0–0 0–0 2 3 2 0 3 0 0 11 Team 6 Totals 23–54 6–18 12–19 34 18 64 11 14 1 1 200

REVIEW REVIEW

HOW IT HAPPENED » The Beacons jumped out to an early 9-4 lead that quickly turned into double-digits, 17–6. » McCartney sandwiched two hoops — a triple and lay–up — to cut the visitors edge to eight. The two baskets lit a spark for Suffolk, which rolled on an 11-3 run to level the game at 22-all with just under six minutes to play before the half. » UMass outscored Suffolk down the stretch, 6–4 to take a two–point lead into the break. » Suffolk took the lead, 39–37 on a McCartney drive at 15:49. The Rams went cold and UMass took advantage as it regained and maintained a six–point lead approaching the eight minute mark. » Suffolk rallied behind a pair of free throws from Meister and went up on a good jumper by Duquette, 58–57, with 5:57 to play. » The lead was shortlived as the Beacons shored 10 of the 12 points and took care of business at the chariety stripe to put the win away.

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Matt Duquette registered 22 points on a 50 percent (8–16) connection rate from the floor and paced the Rams defensively with eight rebounds and one block. » Matt McLean put in a career-best 14 points off the bench on a 4–of–7 performance from 3–point range. » Jake Meister was one point shy of double figures with nine.

STAFF

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 7–14 2–5 7–8 6 1 23 0 4 0 0 38 Duquette f 6–15 0–0 2–6 5 3 14 4 0 0 0 35 Unni g 0–5 0–4 1–4 4 2 1 6 4 1 0 33 Chick g 0–3 0–0 0–0 9 2 0 2 3 0 0 30 Hagopian g 1–3 1–3 0–0 1 2 3 1 1 0 0 20 McLean 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 DiPrizio 3–5 0–0 0–0 5 1 6 0 1 0 0 16 McCartney 6–10 1–3 1–2 4 4 14 0 2 0 0 26 Louissant 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 Team 2 1 Totals 23–55 4–15 11–20 36 17 61 13 16 1 1 200

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 32 32 64 Worcester State 37 40 77 NOVEMBER 20, 2015 » LEFRAK GYMNASIUM » AMHERST, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

RAMS

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Jake Meister hit 7–of–14 from the field, including 2–of–5 from behind the arc and 7–of–8 from the line to pace the Rams’ attack with 23 points in the Jeff Juron era debut. The senior forward added six rebounds to the effort. » Sophomore Quinn McCartney posted a career-best in points, contributing 14 on a 6–of–10 day from the floor. » Junior Matt Duquette matched McCartney’s scoring output with 14 points to go along with five boards and four assists.

GAME

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL UMass Boston 33 39 72 Suffolk 31 30 61 NOVEMBER 14, 2015 » REGAN GYMNASIUM » BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

OUTLOOK

GAME

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SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Jake Meister was 6–of–13 from the floor and a force at the line, shooting 5–of–7 for 19 points. » Three Rams joined Meister in the double digit points column in Adam Chick (18), Matt Duquette (17) and Matt McLean (10). » Duquette filled the stat sheet with a double-double, 17 points, 12 caroms, to go along with 12 caroms, three assists and one swat.

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 6–13 2–8 5–7 2 5- 19 1 1 0 0 29 Duquette f 8–16 0–0 1–1 12 5 17 3 4 1 0 27 Unni g 3–14 2–13 0–0 5 2 8 3 1 0 0 37 Chick g 7–10 0–2 4–4 8 2 18 3 0 1 2 36 Hagopian g 0–1 0–0 0–0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 16 McLean 2–3 2–3 4–4 1 1 10 3 0 0 0 24 DiPrizio 1–2 0–1 0–0 3 4 2 2 1 0 0 14 Casella 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 6 Louissant 0–1 0–0 0–0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 6 Shafiezadeh 1–3 0–0 0–0 3 1 2 0 1 0 1 5 Team 3 Totals 28–64 6–28 14–16 41 22 76 16 9 3 3 200 NEW ENGLAND FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Smith f 1–3 0–0 1–3 0 4 3 0 1 1 0 22 Leonard f 4–6 3–5 1–2 3 0 12 2 1 0 1 23 Wilson g 8–19 1–5 12–12 8 2 29 5 1 0 0 38 Capilets g 2–7 1–6 0–0 6 1 5 0 1 0 0 20 James g 5–8 1–2 2–4 3 3 13 5 0 2 1 31 Hostetler 0–3 0–2 0–0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 9 Georges 5–9 0–3 1–2 3 2 11 0 0 1 1 24 Vickery 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 Jackson 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Murrell 0–1 0–0 0–0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 5 Haschytz 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 15 Murray 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 3 Totals 25–57 6–24 17–23 27 18 73 12 5 4 4 200

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HOW IT HAPPENED » The two teams battled back–and– forth throughout the majority of the opening half, which saw 11 lead changes and five ties. » A good layup by Duquette at 5:59 put Suffolk out in front 25–24 and sparked a Rams, 12–5 over the final four minutes to give Suffolk a 40–31 advantage at the half. » Suffolk remained in front by a 10-point lead through the majority of the second stanza before the Pilgrims turned up the heat with just over four minutes remaining. » New England spurt together a 14–4 stretch to make it a two–point game, 73–71, with 1:07 on the clock. » McLean drove home a trifecta with 49 seconds left on the clock to make it a five–point game. » The Pilgrims netted a pair of free throws at 42 seconds, but would not come any closer as the Rams sealed their first true road victory of the season, 76–73.

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 13 35 48 Johnson & Wales 56 36 92 DECEMBER 3, 2015 » WILDCAT CENTER » PROVIDENCE, R.I. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Matt Duquette finished with a team-high 12 points. » Jake Meister scored nine points on 3–for–5 shooting from beyond the arc. HOW IT HAPPENED » Johnson & Wales forced 19 Suffolk turnovers in the first half as the Wildcats took a 56–13 lead heading into the break. » Suffolk was able to turn things around in the second half, shooting at a 48–percent clip from the field (12–for-25), but the distance was too great as JWU went on for a 92-48 victory.

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 3-6 3-5 0-0 5 1 9 1 3 0 0 18 Duquette f 6-10 0-0 0-2 1 1 12 1 0 0 0 19 Unni g 0-1 0-1 0-0 2 1 0 0 6 0 0 11 Chick g 0-1 0-0 0-0 2 2 0 1 2 0 0 17 Hagopian g 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 18 Ballve 1-5 1-4 2-3 3 2 5 1 3 1 0 16 Abdillahi 2-5 1-3 1-1 2 0 6 0 1 0 1 17 DiPrizio 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 McCartney 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 5 0 0 2 0 0 8 Casella 1-3 0-2 0-0 0 1 2 0 1 0 0 15 Louissant 0-0 0-0 3-4 5 0 3 0 3 0 0 15 Shafiezadeh 2-3 1-1 0-0 3 1 5 0 1 0 0 9 Querusio 1-1 0-0 4-4 4 1 6 0 0 0 0 12 Team 3 1 Totals 16–42 6–19 10–14 32 16 48 6 30 2 1 200 JWU FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Kiser c 0–2 0–0 0–0 0 2 0 0 1 0 1 6 Garrick g 9–16 2–6 0–1 4 1 20 2 1 1 4 32 Jernigan g 7–8 1–1 0–1 2 1 15 5 0 0 9 29 Roker g 5–10 1–4 0–0 4 1 11 1 0 0 1 21 Greenaway g 10–18 1–2 4–6 9 2 25 1 1 1 2 29 Lawson 1–3 1–3 1–2 1 0 4 0 0 0 1 11 Madoian 0–1 0–1 0–1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Brito 0–2 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 1 2 0 1 9 Clark 0–0 0–0 3–4 2 3 3 0 0 0 2 11 Lewis 2–3 1–2 0–0 4 2 5 2 1 1 2 22 Dascy 2–4 1–2 0–0 5 3 5 0 0 0 0 10 Letellier 1–2 0–0 0–0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 7 Rodriguez 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 DeCosta 1–1 0–0 0–0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 7 Team 1 Totals 38–71 8–22 8–15 35 17 92 12 6 3 23 200

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 40 36 76 New England College 31 42 73 NOVEMBER 29, 2015 » BRIDGES GYM » HENNIKER, N.H. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Albertus Magnus 39 41 80 Suffolk 34 36 70 DECEMBER 1, 2015 » REGAN GYMNASIUM » BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Matt Duquette led the Rams with 24 points. The junior forward added four boards and two helpers to his stat line. » Jake Meister provided 12 points, all in the second stanza, while Caleb Unni chipped in 12 all in the first frame. » Steven DiPrizio paced Suffolk on the glass as the freshman grabbed seven boards off the bench and added four points and one block.

ALBERTUS MAGNUS FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Walters f 3–9 0–1 2–6 15 4 8 6 1 0 0 38 Lovell f 10–14 0–0 2–3 9 4 22 0 1 1 2 27 Wilson g 1–4 0–0 0–0 5 1 2 0 0 0 1 19 Caldwell g 3–5 0–0 0–0 6 2 6 4 3 0 2 28 Dunbar g 5–10 5–10 0–0 1 4 15 0 0 0 0 25 Pittman 0–1 0–1 0–0 1 3 0 1 0 0 1 11 Davidson 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Kline 2–6 1–3 3–4 1 2 8 0 2 0 0 15 Martinez 4–8 0–2 3–7 2 0 11 0 2 0 0 20 Hamilton 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 James 1–2 0–0 0–0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 9 Langston 2–3 0–0 2–2 0 2 6 0 1 0 0 5 Team 2 1 Totals 31–62 6–17 12–22 42 24 80 11 12 1 6 200 SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 4–11 2–7 3–4 2 3 13 1 4 1 1 30 Duquette f 9–15 0–0 7–9 4 4 25 2 1 0 0 25 Unni g 2–9 2–7 6–8 3 1 12 1 4 0 2 33 Chick g 2–3 1–1 2–3 6 1 7 2 2 0 2 35 Hagopian g 2–4 1–2 0–0 1 0 5 1 0 0 0 28 McLean 1–5 1–3 1–2 2 4 4 3 0 0 0 24 DiPrizio 1–6 0–1 2–2 7 2 4 0 2 1 0 17 Casella 0–1 0–1 0–0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 Louissant 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 3 Team 3 1 Totals 21–54 7–22 21–28 30 18 70 11 14 2 5 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » Over the opening minutes, Suffolk and Albertus Magnus went basketfor-basket, before the visiting Falcons turned up the volume and used a run-and-gun game-plan to leap out in front, 21-9. » Unni put an end to the 12–2 stretch by Albertus Magnus with a trifecta that jump started a 10–3 stretch that pulled the hosts within five, 24–19 at 8:02. » Out of a Falcons timeout, Suffolk’s comeback continued. Unni put in three free throws and Duquette swished back-to-back buckets in the lane to make it a two–point game with 5:01 minutes on the clock before intermission. » Off a highlight–reel, behind–the–back bounce–pass from Matt McLean, Adam Chick connected on a trey, but Albertus Magnus took a five–point lead, 39–34, into the half. » After the break the Rams continued to chip away at the Falcons lead, but it was not until Suffolk strung together six unanswered points that the hosts were within striking distance, 57–56 and a traditional and–1 from Meister locked things at 59-59. » Suffolk went ice cold from the floor over the next five minutes and Albertus Magnus took advantage, building a 73–61, that blossomed into the final 80–70 tally.

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Emmanuel 31 41 72 Suffolk 38 41 79 DECEMBER 5, 2015 » REGAN GYMNASIUM » BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Matt Duquette and Jake Meister combined for 51 of Suffolk’s 79 points. Duquette finished with a game–high 28 points and went 12– of–19 from the floor, while Meister notched 23 points, while going 4– of–9 from behind the arc. » Caleb Unni added 12 points on 3– of–4 shooting. » Adam Chick pulled down a team– high seven boards and chipped in three points.

EMMANUEL FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Clay f 3–8 0–1 0–1 10 4 6 0 1 0 1 26 Minetti f 3–9 2–7 3–3 4 4 11 1 4 0 1 28 Davis c 12–16 0–1 2–5 6 3 26 1 4 1 0 35 Cordero g 3–5 1–2 0–0 4 4 7 0 2 0 1 27 Smith g 2–6 0–1 2–2 2 2 6 2 1 0 0 16 Diggs 1–2 0–0 2–2 4 0 4 2 1 0 2 28 Tamburro 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 Raine 2–5 0–2 2–2 2 0 6 0 1 0 0 13 Jessup 2–8 0–2 0–0 2 1 4 0 1 0 0 15 Harewood 1–3 0–0 0–0 1 3 2 0 2 0 0 5 Team 4 Totals 29–63 3–17 11–15 39 21 72 6 17 1 5 200 SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 6–11 4–9 7–8 1 2 23 1 1 0 1 32 Duquette f 12–19 0–0 4–8 3 4 28 2 2 1 2 32 Unni g 3–4 3–3 3–6 3 3 12 4 3 0 0 23 Chick g 0–2 0–1 3–4 7 3 3 1 3 0 1 38 Hagopian g 2–4 0–2 0–0 6 1 4 6 1 0 1 38 McLean 3–5 3–5 0–0 1 4 9 1 2 0 1 19 DiPrizio 0–1 0–0 0–0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 8 McCartney 0–1 0–1 0–0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 5 Casella 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 Team 4 Totals 26–48 10–22 17–26 27 19 79 15 16 1 6 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » Suffolk opened the game with a 9–0 run to lead 15-8 with 8:23 to play in the half. » An 8-2 Emmanuel run brought the Saints within three, 28–25. The stretch was broken up as Duquette scored his 10 first–half points over the final five minutes to keep Suffolk out in front, 38–31, as the teams headed to the locker room. » After a Michael Hagopian layup to open the second stanza, Emmanuel scored three straight hoops, but a Unni trey followed by two hoops from Duquette made it a 47–35 game. » For every Saints’ comeback attempt the Rams had an answered and maintain the double digit lead, 58–48 with 6:09 to play. Down the stretch Suffolk continued to fire on all cylinders, but the Saints cut the deficit to single digits, 71–62, with 1:34 to play on a three– point play from Davis. » Over the final minute Emmanuel took its chances fouling the blue-and-gold. Meister and Duquette each split a trip to move the score to 75–62, before Alex Minetti sandwiched two triples around a highlight reel dunk from Duquette. » With 0:23 on the clock Meister put in a pair at the stripe and Suffolk held a 77-68 lead. » A Saints hoop cut the Rams’ edge to 77-72, before Unni added a set at the line with seconds remaining, to give Suffolk the 79-72 win.

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WHEELOCK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Christmas f 3–7 0–0 0–1 4 3 6 0 1 0 0 21 Reedy f 3–5 0–0 2–2 8 1 8 1 3 0 1 22 Fenton g 3–8 1–2 1–2 5 1 8 10 0 0 2 40 Fournier g 4–11 4–9 0–0 1 1 12 0 0 0 1 26 Williams g 7–15 0–0 4–4 9 4 18 1 1 1 1 39 Brown 5–11 3–5 1–2 1 1 14 0 0 0 0 22 Apply 4–5 0–1 0–0 1 0 8 0 0 0 3 17 Cobb 0–1 0–0 0–0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 4 Rodriguez 2–3 0–0 0–0 4 1 4 0 2 0 0 9 Team 1 Totals 31–66 8–17 8–11 35 14 78 12 8 1 8 200

RIVIER FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Francis f 2–6 1–3 2–2 8 2 7 0 0 0 1 28 Soucie f 2–7 1–2 1–2 8 3 6 0 3 0 0 27 Ruffen f 3–11 0–0 0–1 6 1 6 0 2 2 1 27 Simmons g 7–13 2–3 1–1 3 1 17 2 1 0 0 31 Davila g 1–3 1–3 2–2 1 3 5 0 0 0 2 25 Handy 1–5 0–4 0–0 1 1 2 1 2 0 1 20 Donovan 2–7 0–3 2–2 1 0 6 0 0 0 0 23 Robinson 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Lorden 1–2 0–0 0–0 0 02 2 0 0 0 1 6 Barton 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Vigars 0–0 0–0 0–0 3 2 0 2 0 0 0 8 Team 7 Totals 19–54 5–18 8–10 38 15 51 5 8 2 6 200

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HOW IT HAPPENED » Suffolk jumped out to an early 13–4 lead on a Jake Meister trey, but Mount Ida went on an 18–4 run over the next five minutes on its way to a 22–18 lead with 8:58 remaining before the half. » Curtis Casella broke up the spurt with a long ball, but the basket did not spark a run for Suffolk as Mount Ida scored seven unanswered points to hold a 29–21 edge. » With 4:08 remaining, Suffolk’s only point came from Kevin Querusio at the charity stripe leading to a 39–25 Mount Ida half-time advantage. » Suffolk went without a field goal over the first five minutes and the Mustangs took advantage, building a 20-point cushion. » Thanks to a set from the line by Adam Chick the deficit fell to just seven, 62-55, with 6:05 on the clock, but the deficit quickly went back to double figures. » Determined for the comeback, Casella put a 3–pointer through the netting with 2:43 on the clock. » Suffolk had a spark under it, but the Mustangs had an answer for every hoop and made clutch free throws to secure the 74–66 conference triumph.

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HOW IT HAPPENED » The teams played neck–and–neck over the first 20 minutes to head into half equal at 20–all. » Out of the break, neither team gained an edge and the winner was decided as time expired thanks to McLean’s heroic efforts.

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 5–12 3–9 0–0 2 1 13 3 3 0 1 34 Duquette f 5–18 0–1 0–3 6 2 10 2 2 3 0 36 Unni g 2–7 2–5 0–0 4 2 6 1 2 0 1 20 Chick g 2–4 0–1 1–1 5 1 5 3 0 0 0 36 Hagopian g 3–6 2–3 0–1 4 1 8 1 0 1 1 34 McLean 2–4 1–2 3–4 3 2 8 1 1 0 1 22 Casella 1–2 1–2 0–1 1 1 3 0 0 0 0 10 Louissant 0–1 0–0 0–0 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 4 Querusio 0–0 0–0 0–0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Team 6 Totals 20–54 9–23 4–9 35 10 53 11 9 4 4 200

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SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 2-7 2-5 5-6 2 2 11 0 3 0 0 22 Duquette f 0-8 0-0 2-4 3 2 2 1 2 1 0 19 Unni g 2-6 1-5 2-4 2 5 7 2 0 0 1 14 Chick g 0-8 0-4 2-2 10 5 2 3 1 0 0 32 Hagopian g 4-7 3-3 2-2 3 1 13 1 0 0 1 35 Ballve 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ McLean 4-9 0-2 6-7 8 4 14 1 2 0 1 29 Casella 4-9 2-7 0-0 2 1 10 2 4 0 1 19 Louissant 3-3 0-0 0-0 2 4 6 0 3 0 0 20 Querusio 0-2 0-0 1-2 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 10 Team 6 Totals 19-59 8-26 20-27 40 25 66 10 15 1 5 200

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Matt McLean hit a jump shot as time expired to give Suffolk a 53–51 victory at Rivier. McLean finished with eight points, including the two most important ones in a reserve effort for the Rams. » Jake Mesiter was the overall team leader in points with 13. » Matt Duquette added 10 points and six rebounds.

HONORS

MOUNT IDA FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Connor f 3-5 0-1 0-0 1 4 6 1 2 0 0 12 Clark g 7-12 3-7 4-4 4 2 21 2 2 1 3 26 DeFillippi g 5-10 1-5 1-4 9 2 12 3 3 0 3 25 Dujon g 4-7 0-2 3-4 10 2 11 0 2 0 0 24 Oliver g 3-7 0-2 4-5 2 2 10 0 3 0 1 27 Jordine 1-4 0-1 5-8 3 1 7 0 1 2 0 18 Cunningham 1-7 1-3 0-0 7 0 3 1 1 0 1 19 Sartain 1-4 0-0 0-0 1 2 2 0 1 0 1 16 Limage 0-3 0-0 0-0 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 11 Kwiatkowski 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 Ross 1-3 0-0 0-2 7 1 2 1 1 1 0 17 Team 1 Totals 26-62 5-21 17-27 47 21 74 9 16 4 9 200

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 20 33 53 Rivier 20 31 51 JANUARY 9, 2016 » MULDOON GYMNASIUM » NASHUA, N.H. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

RECORDS

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Thanks to veteran leadership, Suffolk grabbed its first win of the season and of the Jeff Juron era. » Caleb Unni put in a career-high 23 points, shooting 70 percent (7–10) from 3–point range. » Adam Chick played a well– balanced game with 19 points, 10 rebounds, five assists and one steal. » Steven DiPrizio was efficient from the floor, going 6–of–8 for his own career high of 14 points. » Matt Duquette chipped in 10 points, five rebounds, five helpers and swatted two shots.

EMERSON FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Hallowell * 0–5 0–2 3–4 4 1 3 5 0 0 0 24 Geary * 4–8 2–4 1–2 1 0 11 2 1 0 0 18 Lantier * 4–4 0–0 1–1 8 2 9 0 2 1 0 19 Gray * 4–4 0–0 0–0 1 2 8 0 2 0 1 15 Pinckney * 3–6 1–3 0–0 9 4 7 1 0 0 1 18 Sashin 4–4 0–0 0–0 4 1 8 0 1 2 0 12 Corcoran 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 1 0 2 0 0 0 9 Kortsen 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 Sheng 3–8 2–5 1–2 5 2 9 1 0 0 1 19 Jackson 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Edwards 0–3 0–0 0–0 2 1 0 0 0 1 0 7 Thorpe 0–5 0–2 0–0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 13 Forchheimer 0–1 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 15 Duffy 5–7 0–1 2–2 5 2 12 0 1 0 0 10 Fitz 1–3 0–1 0–0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 3 Hurley 2–4 0–0 0–0 1 0 4 1 1 0 1 14 Team 0 Totals 30–63 5–19 8–11 45 16 73 14 11 4 4 200

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Mount Ida 39 35 74 Suffolk 25 41 66 JANUARY 7, 2016 » REGAN GYMNASIUM » BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

HOW IT HAPPENED » Emerson took an early 4-2 lead. » As both teams battled for control of the ball, the Rams found a gap in the Lions defense, allowing Matt McLean to hit a 3–pointer to take the lead, 17–16. » A Lions triple sparked Emerson’s offense that ended the half in favor of the hosts, 32–24. » In the second half, Suffolk continued to fight, but was unable to make up any ground against Emerson’s lead.

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Duquette f 5–20 0–0 3–3 5 3 13 0 1 2 1 21 Unni g 1–5 1–4 0–0 1 1 3 1 2 0 0 20 Chick g 1–6 0–3 1–2 3 1 3 2 0 0 1 26 Hagopian g 4–6 2–3 0–0 1 0 10 1 0 0 1 29 Meister g 3–8 2–5 2–2 2 3 10 3 4 0 0 25 Ballve 1–2 0–1 0–0 3 0 2 1 1 0 1 10 Abdillahi 1–3 1–2 0–0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 3 McLean 3–8 2–5 0–0 1 2 8 1 1 0 1 20 DiPrizio 0–3 0–2 0–0 1 1 0 0 2 0 0 16 McCartney 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Djema 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Casella 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 7 Wright–Hopkins 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 Louissant 1–1 0–0 0–0 3 2 2 1 0 0 0 12 Querusio 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 6 Team 0 Totals 20–63 8–26 6–7 21 14 54 13 13 2 5 200

REVIEW REVIEW

HOW IT HAPPENED » With just under four minutes to play, the Rams and Wildcats had a two-point game on their hands as Unni swished a jump shot as the shot clock expired. » Wheelock gained a seven–point edge on a 6–1 run with 1:50 to go. » Meister struck 15 seconds later and DiPrizio made a power layup with under a minute to play to make it a three–point game. » Out of a Suffolk timeout, Wheelock used time to its advantage stretched its edge back to five. » DiPrizio split a trip to the stripe bringing the score to 77-73, before the Wildcats’ Devin Brown went 1–for–2 at the line with 0.5 seconds remaining for the final 78–73 tally.

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Matt Duquette led the Rams with 13 points. » Jake Meister and Michael Hagopian each had 10 points.

STAFF

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 11–19 5–11 0–0 2 2 27 1 3 1 1 32 DiPrizio f 4–9 0–2 1–3 12 2 9 0 1 1 0 30 Unni g 5–11 3–7 0–0 6 3 13 3 3 0 1 25 Chick g 3–7 0–1 1–2 5 4 7 2 1 0 0 35 Hagopian g 4–7 2–4 0–0 1 1 10 0 0 0 1 35 Ballve 0–1 0–0 0–0 2 4 0 1 3 0 0 15 McLean 3–7 1–3 0–0 3 1 7 3 2 1 1 18 Querusio 0–0 0–0 0–0 4 0 0 1 1 0 0 10 Team 0 Totals 30–61 11–28 2–5 35 17 73 11 14 3 4 200

SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 24 30 54 Emerson 32 41 73 JANUARY 3, 2016 » PLOFKER GYM » BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

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SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Jake Meister led all scorers as Suffolk’s senior put in 27 points on 11–of–18 shooting from the field and a 50.0 percent connection rate (510) from beyond the arc. » In his first collegiate start, Steven DiPrizio was one point shy of his first career double-double as the freshman forward provided a game– high 13 caroms and nine points. » Caleb Unni and Michael Hagopian also scored in double figures with 13 points and 10 points, respectively.

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Wheelock 33 45 78 Suffolk 36 37 73 DECEMBER 14, 2015 » REGAN GYMNASIUM » BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

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GAME RECAPS SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Senior Jake Meister led the Rams with 16 points. » Classmate Caleb Unni contributed 15 points. » Steven DiPrizio pitched in eight points and grabbed a team-high six rebounds off the bench.

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 5–14 2–8 4–8 2 1 16 4 5 0 1 36 Querusio f 5–14 2–8 4–8 2 1 16 4 5 0 1 36 Unni g 5–11 3–8 2–6 1 0 15 0 0 0 1 30 Chick g 2–3 0–1 0–0 4 4 4 2 2 0 0 35 Hagopian g 0–2 0–2 0–0 1 4 0 0 1 0 0 24 Ballve 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Abdillahi 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 McLean 2–6 2–6 0–0 3 1 6 2 4 0 0 19 DiPrizio 3–5 2–3 0–0 6 2 8 1 1 0 0 23 Casella 1–4 0–3 0–0 2 1 2 2 0 0 0 13 Wright-Hopkins 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Louissant 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 3 Shafiezadeh 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 2 2 Totals 18–47 9–32 6–14 23 16 51 12 15 0 3 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » The Cadets jumped out to a 12-4 lead in the first four minutes and NORWICH FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Sirvydas * 1–7 0–3 3–4 5 4 5 6 2 0 2 28 held onto the edge throughout the Warden * 5–8 1–3 0–1 2 3 11 4 2 0 2 27 first frame, leading by as many as 16 Booth * 2–7 1–4 2–2 6 1 7 2 1 0 1 33 Hogervorst * 9–9 0–0 3–3 6 4 21 0 4 0 0 25 points at one point. Ogbue * 4–6 0–0 1–3 4 4 9 1 3 0 1 24 » Suffolk battled its way back into Fitzgerald 0–0 0–0 0–0 5 2 0 0 0 0 0 9 Giroux 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 the frame, hitting five shots from Bryant 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0–2 2–2 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 11 long range to trail by just one, 32–31, Hampton 0–2 Preckol 0–1 0–0 0–0 1 0 1 0 0 0 4 at the break. Haimes 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Fitzgerald 3–4 1–2 1–2 2 1 8 1 1 0 0 20 » Norwich jumped out of the gate Heille 0–2 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 in the second half with an 8–0 run Bertrand 2–3 0–1 0–0 1 0 4 0 1 1 0 8 Team 1 before Unni nailed a trey to stop the Totals 26–50 3–15 12–17 36 21 67 15 14 1 6 200 bleeding, only to be matched by a Cadets’ three of their own, which sparked a 7–5 stretch over five minutes with Norwich ahead by 10, 49–39, at the 11:28 mark. » Midway through the second stanza the Rams looked to rally, but were outmatched as Suffolk hit just 26.1 percent from the floor to the Cadets’ 60 percent in the half as Norwich collected the 67–51 victory.

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SCORING Suffolk Saint Joseph’s (Maine) JANUARY 18, 2016 » HAROLD GAME SUMMARY

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Jake Meister scored a game–high 19 points with seven rebounds. » Caleb Unni netted double figures with 11 to go along with five caroms. » Adam Chick tallied nine points with eight rebounds and three handouts. » Matt Duquette chipped in off the bench with seven points, three boards, three assists and three swats.

1ST 2ND FINAL 26 30 56 26 36 62 » ALFOND CENTER STANDISH, MAINE BOX SCORE

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 7–21 3–10 2–2 7 1 19 3 0 0 0 37 DiPrizio f 1–5 0–2 0–0 1 2 2 0 2 0 1 17 Unni g 4–10 3–8 0–0 5 3 11 1 1 0 0 31 Chick g 3–8 0–2 3–3 8 1 9 3 0 0 0 38 Hagopian g 2–3 2–2 0���0 5 3 6 0 0 0 0 36 McLean 0–1 0–1 0–0 1 2 0 3 0 0 0 12 Duquette 3–10 0–0 1–2 3 3 7 3 1 3 0 24 Casella 0–1 0–1 0–0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 Wright-Hopkins 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0+ Louissant 1–1 0–0 0–0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 3 Team 1 Totals 21–60 8–26 6–7 33 16 56 13 6 3 1 200 SJC MAINE FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Tucker * 1–1 0–0 0–1 10 1 2 2 2 0 1 31 Mileikis * 4–9 1–2 5–8 6 0 14 4 1 0 1 28 Luschenat * 2–5 2–5 3–4 3 0 9 3 0 0 0 29 Richardson-New * 6–14 0–0 6–7 8 3 18 1 1 0 0 36 Corey * 3–9 2–6 0–0 1 0 8 1 1 0 1 35 Diggs 0–0 0–0 0–0 2 3 0 1 0 0 0 12 Berry 2–7 2–5 3–3 1 0 9 2 2 0 0 14 Ali 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 4 Malloy 1–3 0–2 0–0 3 0 2 1 0 0 0 11 Team 5 Totals 19–49 7–21 17–23 39 8 62 15 7 0 3 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » In a game that featured six tied scores and eight lead changes, Suffolk slipped up in the second half. » Trailing 47–41 with 7:17 remaining, Saint Joseph’s rattled off 15 unanswered points to hold a 56–47 advantage with 52 seconds remaining. » The Monks defense was an important factor during the game–changing stretch, holding the Rams without a bucket in 12 attempts in nine trips down the court over the seven– minute stretch.

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Johnson & Wales 36 54 90 Suffolk 30 20 50 JANUARY 16, 2016 » REGAN GYMNASIUM » BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Caleb Unni was the Rams high scorer with 11 points. » Michael Hagopian and Jake Meister contributed nine and seven, respectively. » Steven DiPrizio paced Suffolk on the glass as the freshman grabbed seven boards off the bench and added four points and one block.

JWU FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Kiser c 2–5 0–0 0–0 3 2 4 0 0 0 0 17 Garrick g 12–21 5–9 4–4 3 0 33 4 0 1 2 37 Jernigan g 7–10 2–3 0–0 6 1 16 8 3 0 5 29 Roker g 4–5 1–2 0–0 2 1 9 3 0 0 1 27 Greenaway g 6-–3 0–2 2–4 5 3 14 2 1 0 2 37 Lawson 4–7 3–6 1–1 4 0 12 3 1 0 5 24 Madoian 0–1 0–1 0–0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 Brito 1–1 0–0 0–0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 2 Clark 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 3 Lewis 0–2 0–0 0–2 3 3 0 1 0 0 0 12 Dascy 0–1 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Letellier 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 4 Rodriguez 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 DeCosta 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 02 Team 5 Totals 36–67 11–24 7–11 35 12 90 22 9 1 16 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » Meister put Suffolk on the SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN scoreboard first and the Rams Meister f 3–7 1–4 0–0 5 2 7 2 7 2 0 28 remained out in front for the first DiPrizio f 2–4 1–2 1–2 4 2 6 2 5 1 0 32 Unni g 4–2 2–3 1–2 4 4 11 0 2 0 0 26 four minutes. Chick g 1–2 1–1 0–0 2 0 3 4 0 0 0 29 » JWU came back and took over Hagopian g 3–12 2–6 1–2 3 0 9 1 3 1 1 31 the lead as a back–and–forth game Ballve 0–1 0–1 0–0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 5 Abdillahi 0–1 0–1 1–2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 3 ensued. McLean 1–3 1–1 0–0 2 1 3 1 1 0 0 17 » As the clock ticked to 11:20, Casella 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 9 Wright-Hopkins 1–1 1–1 0–0 0 0 3 0 1 0 1 2 Meister found Hagopian on the Louissant 2–5 1–1 0–0 2 4 5 1 2 1 1 12 right wing and the freshman guard Shafiezadeh 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Querusio 1–1 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 4 swished the triple to put Suffolk Team 1 1 ahead, 17-15. Totals 18–45 10–21 4–8 25 13 50 13 23 5 3 200 » Unni gave the Rams their largest lead of the first half with a layup, before the Wildcats chipped away and tied things up for the fourth time at 19–all. » The Rams answered on their very next possession as Matt McLean found Jean–Zachary Louissant cutting down the lane for two and the score moved to 21-19 in the hosts’ favor. » The lead was shortlived as JWU went to the three-point line for an answer and found one, swishing back-to-back triples. » Steven DiPrizio heated up for Suffolk, putting in five quick points and Hagopian converted on a trip to the free throw line to send the Rams to the locker room down by just six, 36-30. » Two quick threes out of the break the Wildcats’ lead quickly escalted to double figures, 42–30, in the opening minutes and just blossomed from there as JWU rolled to the 90–50 win.

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 31 20 51 Norwich 32 35 67 JANUARY 13, 2016 » ANDREWS HALL » NORTHFIELD, VT. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Lasell 44 44 88 Suffolk 38 18 56 » » JANUARY 21, 2016 REGAN GYMNASIUM BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Jake Meister paved the way for Suffolk offensively with 15 points. » Matt Duquette and Michael Hagopian also produced double figures with 13 and 12, respectively.

LASELL FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Liberty f 3–5 0–0 0–0 2 4 6 1 1 0 0 14 Marchand f 4–13 0–0 4–4 13 0 12 2 0 0 0 29 Omanovic g 8–13 0–1 7–7 5 2 23 4 5 0 0 35 R. O’Brien g 4–10 3–6 2–2 4 2 13 1 0 1 1 34 Arsenault g 6–11 6–7 0–0 3 0 18 2 0 0 0 24 Bevilacqua 1–1 0–0 0–0 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 5 McMahon 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 Gooden 1–2 0–1 0–0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 10 Foss 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 J. O’Brien 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 Villalon 3–5 0–1 0–0 10 3 6 2 0 0 1 20 McCoy 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 White 1–3 0–0 0–0 5 0 2 0 2 0 0 4 Moore 2–2 0–0 0–2 4 2 4 0 0 0 0 10 Perez 0–1 0–0 0–0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 Team 2 Totals 33–67 9–17 13–15 49 16 88 13 9 3 3 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » A back–and–forth opening consumed the first 6:14 of the game, as the lead changed five times with the scoring locking on four occasions. SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN » Lasell put in seven quick points Meister f 5–12 2–4 3–3 5 1 15 2 2 1 0 28 f 5–14 0–1 3–4 4 3 13 0 1 0 1 19 to take a 20-13 edge and Jeff Juron Duquette Chick g 1–6 0–3 3–4 5 2 5 1 1 0 0 20 g 5–10 1–1 1–1 3 3 12 0 0 0 0 35 called a timeout to talk things over. Hagopian McLean g 0–2 0–1 0–0 1 0 0 2 0 0 0 24 » Steven DiPrizio started chipping Ballve 1–3 0–1 0–0 5 1 2 0 1 1 1 18 Abdillahi 0–2 0–1 0–0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 5 away at the Lasers lead as the Casella 0–5 0–2 3–4 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 14 freshman put in a set from the line. Wright-Hopkins 0–2 0–1 0–0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 12 Querusio 0–2 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 3 The freebies sparked a 5-0 Suffolk Team 1 1 stretch, which put Suffolk within Totals 19–63 3–17 15–18 30 14 56 5 7 2 4 200 two, 22–20, at the midway point of the first. » Lasell turned up the pressure in an attempt to put double figure space between the Rams, but hoops by Nacho Ballve and Meister broke up the Lasers run and kept Suffolk within striking distance. » Slowly, but surely the double digit deficit came for the Rams at 2:39. The 10–point Lasers lead was shortlived as the Rams scored seven of the final nine points to pull within six, 44–38, as the teams headed to the locker room » Out of halftime, the team’s traded hoops before Lasell quickly built back its double–digit lead. The 10–point lead quickly doubled and went on to triple and the Lasers went on to take an 88-56 triumph.

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FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN 4–10 2–6 3–4 5 5 13 5 3 1 0 33

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HOW IT HAPPENED » The first 15 minutes of the game ANNA MARIA FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN were back–and–forth as the teams Trindade f 0–5 0–0 0–0 3 5 0 2 0 0 1 14 McKissick f 0–2 0–0 3–4 13 4 3 2 3 0 1 25 exchanged five leads and were tied Jean–Louis g 3–6 1–2 0–0 3 2 7 1 3 0 0 26 four times. Bradanese g 6–14 2–6 1–1 6 1 15 5 0 0 1 38 Delorey g 11–19 2–7 3–3 4 0 27 2 0 0 2 31 » Trailing by two, 28–26, with 5:34 Payton 0–1 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 8 Maresca 0–2 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 still to play in the half, the AMCATS 7–13 4–9 4–6 5 2 22 3 0 0 2 30 took the final lead change of the half Pryor Metz 0–3 0–1 0–0 2 1 0 0 0 0 0 8 O’Leary 2–5 0–0 0–1 3 2 4 1 1 0 0 10 on a three–pointer. Graham 1–3 0–0 1–2 4 1 3 0 0 0 1 8 » Anna Maria would hold Suffolk Team 2 1 Totals 30–73 9–25 12–17 48 19 81 16 9 0 8 200 scoreless for the remainder of the half while scoring 12 points of its own, to take a 40–28 half time advantage. » The AMCATS would lead by as many as 18 in the first part of the second half, until Suffolk began to chip away at the deficit. » A 10–4 run over a two-minute stretch midway through the half helped Suffolk cut Anna Maria’s lead to single-digits, 55–48, following a three-pointer by Unni. » A free–throw by Steven Diprizio brought the Rams within six, but it would prove to be the closest they would get as Anna Maria opened up another double–digit window. » A trey from Hagopian sparked seven straight Suffolk points that put the visitors in front, 69–64. » One last Suffolk run brought it within six points again following a triple by Michael Hagopian with 29 seconds on the clock, but the Rams were forced to foul for possession and the AMCATS sealed the win at the line.

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HOW IT HAPPENED » Despite a back–and–forth beginning, Emmanuel heated up and Suffolk went cold. The Saints jumped out to a 23–point lead, 39–16, with 3:20 remaining before the half. » The Rams scored the last five points of the frame and only trailed by 18 at the half. » Suffolk soared out of the locker rooms, scoring 10 answered points and pulled within eight, 39–31. » The Rams remained at a 10–point distance until five quick points by the Saints pushed the hosts advantage back to 15, 55–40, at the 8:01 mark. » A Duquette freebie broke up the run, before Emmanuel tacked on four more points and put Suffolk in a 59–41 hole. » Hagopian’s fourth three of the day followed by free throws from Duquette made it a 12– point game with 3:01 left. Unni connected on back–to–back 3–pointers with less than one minute remaining and Suffolk was back within 10. » Down the stretch the Rams played the foul game, and a traditional three–point play by Meister brought the score to 66–58 with 15 seconds left. The Saints netted two freebies for the final 68–58 margin.

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 7–15 1–7 4–5 5 1 19 3 6 0 0 30 Duquette f 7–13 0–0 4–5 3 2 18 1 2 2 0 26 Unni g 5–13 3–9 3–4 6 3 16 3 1 0 0 37 Chick g 2–5 0–1 0–0 7 2 4 1 1 0 1 28 Hagopian g 1–6 1–4 1–2 4 4 4 3 1 0 0 30 McLean 1–3 0–1 0–1 0 1 2 0 0 0 2 15 DiPrizio 0–1 0–0 1–2 13 2 1 0 0 0 0 16 McCartney 2–3 2–2 0–0 4 4 6 0 1 0 0 12 Casella 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 6 Team 3 Totals 25–59 7–24 13–19 36 19 70 11 14 2 3 200

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EMMANUEL FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Clay * 3–9 0–3 3–4 15 3 9 2 0 1 1 28 Cordero * 3–6 0–0 1–2 3 1 7 4 1 0 0 21 Smith * 4–9 2–5 2–2 1 2 12 8 1 0 1 22 Raine * 2–5 2–4 0–0 4 2 6 0 2 2 1 22 Dixon * 2–7 0–2 0–0 5 1 4 2 1 0 1 20 Diggs 1–1 0–0 0–0 2 1 2 3 1 0 1 14 Tamburro 1–5 1–5 0–0 0 0 3 1 1 0 0 15 Minetti 1–6 1–3 0–0 5 1 3 1 1 1 1 16 Flaherty Jr. 1–2 0–1 0–1 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 7 Butterbrodt 3–5 0–0 0–0 1 2 6 0 1 0 0 13 Davis 7–12 0–0 0–1 6 2 14 0 0 0 0 22 Team 1 Totals 28–67 6–23 6–10 44 16 68 21 9 4 6 200

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » The Rams finished with three double–digit scorers, led by Jake Meister with 19 points. » Matt Duquette was close behind with 18, followed by Caleb Unni’s 16.

RECORDS

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 3–13 1–6 5–5 8 1 12 2 3 0 0 38 Duquette f 6–13 0–0 3–4 4 0 15 2 0 0 1 32 Unni g 4–9 4–7 0–0 4 1 12 1 2 0 1 28 Chick g 2–4 0–1 2–2 4 4 6 3 2 0 0 30 Hagopian g 4–9 4–6 1–2 4 3 13 2 2 0 1 38 McLean 0–3 0–2 0–0 3 2 0 4 1 0 2 16 DiPrizio 0–0 0–0 0–0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 McCartney 0–4 0–2 0–0 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 10 Team 3 1 Totals 19–55 9–24 11–13 35 14 58 15 12 0 5 200

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RESULTS

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » All 58 points came from the Rams’ starting five led by a 15–point effort from Matt Duquette. » Michael Hagopian was Suffolk’s threat from deep with all four of his field goals coming from beyond– the–arc. » Caleb Unni also provided a spark from long range, sinking four treys for 12 points. » Jake Meister and Adam Chick rounded out Suffolk’s point contributors with 12 and six, respectively. » Meister’s eight–rebound effort led the Rams on the glass.

HOW IT HAPPENED » After digging themselves a 5–0 ALBERTUS MAGNUS FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Walters f 5–13 0–2 0–0 8 3 10 5 4 0 4 39 deficit to start the contest, the Lovell f 5–8 0–0 3–5 10 0 13 1 1 0 2 25 Pittman g 1–2 1–1 0–0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0 7 guests would answer with a 9–0 g 7–15 2–4 4–4 3 1 20 1 0 1 2 34 run capped by a pair of Meister free Wilson Martinez g 0–2 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 9 Fofana 1–2 0–0 0–0 2 2 2 5 1 0 1 20 throws to hold an early lead. The Ellis 5–11 4–8 0–0 5 4 14 2 2 0 2 22 four–point edge would prove to be Caldwell 1–3 1–3 0–0 0 0 3 2 2 0 0 19 Hamilton 2–4 0–0 1–2 1 1 5 0 0 0 0 10 Suffolk’s largest of the game. James 0–1 0–0 0–0 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 8 » Back–and–forth the two squads Langston 1–1 0–0 0–0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 7 would go through the remainder Team 4 Totals 22–54 4–17 8–11 31 12 56 12 17 1 5 200 of the first half, with neither team holding an edger larger than two possessions. » The Rams would score the final four points of the frame with Meister and Duquette both scoring in the paint to enter the break trailing by two, 28–26. » Albertus Magnus blew open a tied game midway through the second half with a 13–3 spurt and never looked back. » With the game knotted at 40 and just under 13 minutes left in regulation, the Falcons scored on five straight possessions. » Over the final 10 minutes of action, the Falcons stretched their lead to as many as 19 to complete the season sweep of Suffolk. » Down the stretch, the Rams cut the lead to eight with six minutes left courtesy of a jumper from Jake Meister, but the hosts would answered with a 7-0 run to put the contest out of reach.

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 21 37 58 Emmanuel 39 29 68 » » JANUARY 30, 2016 EC GYMNASIUM BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Chick f 3–5 0–1 0–0 4 0 6 2 4 0 1 30 Duquette f 9–16 0–0 2–3 4 3 20 0 2 0 0 36 Unni g 3–10 1–4 0–0 4 2 7 1 2 0 1 29 Hagopian g 1–4 1–2 0–0 2 1 3 2 0 0 0 37 Meister g 3–9 1–6 6–6 7 1 13 6 5 0 1 37 Abdillahi 1–1 1–1 0–1 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 McLean 0–3 0–1 0–0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 14 DiPrizio 0–2 0–1 0–0 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 3 McCartney 2–3 0–0 0–1 3 2 4 0 4 1 0 9 Djema 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Wright-Hopkins 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Shafiezadeh 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Team 4 Totals 22–54 4–17 8–11 31 12 56 12 17 1 5 200

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HOW IT HAPPENED Duquette f 11–20 0–0 6–6 7 2 28 1 5 1 0 37 g 3–6 2–4 0–0 8 2 8 2 1 0 0 21 » Duquette opened the scoring what Unni Chick g 4–8 0–1 0–0 8 1 8 0 1 0 0 37 would be a tight first 20 minutes. Hagopian g 4–10 1–4 2–2 2 2 11 2 0 0 0 38 McLean 0–2 0–0 0–0 2 4 0 3 2 0 0 18 » Anna Maria jumped out in front DiPrizio 0–1 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 on a good trey at 15:59 and held the Casella 0–1 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 4 2 advantage the remainder of the way. Team Totals 27–58 6–16 11–12 35 16 71 17 12 2 0 200 » The Rams contested the AMCATS’ advantage and a Meister three with 7:56 remaining before the half tied things up at 25. » Anna Maria burst right out to a six–point edge, 31–25, where it stayed until a bucket from long range made things 46–38 in favor of Anna Maria at the half. » Four freebies to open the second stanza pulled Suffolk within four, but Anna Maria answered with five quick points to take its first 10–point lead of the day, 52–42. Determined to stay in the hunt, the Rams rattled off nine unanswered points to make it a one-point game, 52–51. » Duquette went on a tangent for the Rams to keep things closing, scoring not just Suffolk’s, but the game’s next eight points to keep it a two–point game. » After a hoop from Adam Chick, Suffolk went cold and Anna Maria took advantage as the AMCATs went on a 16–5 stretch. » Anna Maria’s 83–66 lead was too much to overcome for the Rams and the AMCATs walked away with an 88–71 conference victory.

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Matt Duquette paced the Rams with a game–high 20 points on 9– of–16 shooting, also pulling down four rebounds. » Jake Meister was the other Suffolk player to register double figures, scoring 13 points thanks to a perfect 6–of–6 showing from the four line.

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ANNA MARIA FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN McKissick f 3–9 0–0 2–4 10 2 8 3 1 1 0 32 Jean-Louis g 1–5 0–2 0–0 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 23 Pryor g 9–19 5–12 5–6 6 1 28 2 0 1 1 36 Bradanese g 10–21 3–9 7–7 4 3 30 5 0 0 0 37 Delorey g 3–9 1–2 0–1 5 2 7 2 1 0 4 27 Payton 0–3 0–0 0–0 4 0 0 1 0 0 1 15 Metz 3–4 1–2 0–0 4 1 7 1 1 0 1 19 O’Leary 3–3 0–0 0–0 1 1 6 0 0 0 0 11 Team 6 Totals 32–73 10–27 14–18 41 11 88 16 3 2 8 200

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SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Duquette had a breakout day, shooting 11–of–20 from the floor and went a perfect 6–of–6 at the line for a team–high 28 points. » Jake Meister and Michael Hagopian also contributed double–figures with 13 and 11, respectively.

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 26 30 56 Albertus Magnus 28 44 72 JANUARY 27, 2016 » THE NEST » NEW HAVEN, CONN. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Anna Maria 46 42 88 Suffolk 38 33 71 JANUARY 23, 2016 » REGAN GYMNASIUM » BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

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SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Jake Meister set a career–high 28 points on 9–of–12 shooting to lead a well–balanced Suffolk team over Norwich. He added five boards and three assists to his impressive point performance. » Matt Duquette was right behind Meister with 20 points on a 9–of–11 showing from the floor and was on the verge of a double–double with eight rebounds to go along with one block and one takeaway. » Caleb Unni rounded out the Rams in double figures with 13 points and eight boards.

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Norwich 27 31 58 Suffolk 32 49 81 Suffolk 49 39 88 Mount Ida 38 37 75 » » » » FEBRUARY 6, 2016 REGAN GYMNASIUM BOSTON, MASS. FEBRUARY 9, 2016 MIC ATHLETIC CENTER NEWTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE NORWICH FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Preckol f 1–6 1–3 0–0 2 1 3 1 1 0 1 20 Ogbue f 4–6 0–0 1–2 6 5 9 0 1 0 2 22 Hogervorst c 0–3 0–0 1–2 2 0 1 1 3 0 0 17 Sirvydas g 1–6 0–1 6–6 2 1 8 2 2 0 0 22 Booth g 5–9 0–2 0–0 1 1 10 0 0 0 1 24 Fitzgerald 1–3 0–1 0–0 5 1 2 3 1 0 1 17 Giroux 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 Bryant 2–3 0–0 0–0 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 9 Davis 0–1 0–1 1–2 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 3 Dingham 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 3 Haimes 1–3 1–2 0–0 0 0 3 1 0 0 0 3 Fitzgerald 1–5 0–2 1–2 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 14 Scott-Lopez 4–6 0–0 0–0 1 3 8 0 1 0 0 15 Nick Heille 1–1 0–0 0–1 1 1 2 0 0 0 1 3 Bertrand 1–3 0–2 0–0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 12 Warden 1–6 0–1 0–2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 12 Team 3 Totals 23–61 2-15 10-17 29 14 58 9 10 0 6 200 SUFFOLK Meister f Duquette f Unni g Chick g Hagopian g Ballve McLean DiPrizio McCartney Casella Louissant Shafiezadeh Querusio

FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN 9–12 4–7 6–7 5 1 28 3 1 0 0 27 9–11 0–0 2–2 8 1 20 0 1 1 1 28 5–11 3–8 0–0 8 1 13 1 2 0 0 25 3–5 0–0 2–2 4 0 8 4 0 0 3 23 3–5 1–1 0–0 0 3 7 3 0 0 1 28 1–1 0–0 0–0 1 1 2 0 1 0 0 5 1–5 1–4 0–0 2 2 3 2 2 0 0 28 0–2 0–2 2–2 1 3 2 0 0 0 0 8 1–3 0–2 2–2 4 3 4 2 2 0 1 14 0–2 0–1 0–0 2 1 0 0 0 0 1 6 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0–1 0–0 1–2 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 3

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » All five of Suffolk’s starters racked up double digits. » Matt Duquette led the way with 24 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. To go along with his double–double effort, he added two blocks, two assists and one steal. » Adam Chick, who made his 100th career appearance, shot 70 percent from the floor for 17 points. » Jake Mesiter and Michael Hagopian registered 14 points apiece and Caleb Unni added 10.

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 5-17 4-7 0-1 3 2 14 2 1 0 1 37 Duquette f 9-14 0-0 6-9 13 2 24 2 2 2 1 32 Unni g 3-8 3-7 1-2 4 0 10 5 2 0 1 35 Chick g 7-10 1-1 2-1 3 4 17 1 2 0 1 32 Hagopian g 3-6 2-3 6-6 7 1 14 4 0 0 1 37 McLean 0-1 0-1 0-0 0 3 0 1 1 0 0 10 DiPrizio 0-0 0-0 0-0 2 3 0 2 1 0 0 8 McCartney 1-2 0-1 0-0 2 1 2 0 1 0 0 9 Team 4 1 Totals 28-58 10-20 15-20 38 16 81 17 11 2 5 200 MOUNT IDA FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN McKearney f 0-4 0-0 2-2 4 2 2 0 1 2 0 25 Conner f 3-4 1-2 1-1 5 1 8 0 1 0 0 26 Clark g 8-13 2-4 0-0 3 5 18 4 2 0 2 29 DeFillippi g 3-12 3-8 0-0 3 0 9 3 1 1 1 25 Dujon g 5-9 0-2 4-5 3 4 14 1 2 0 0 24 Cunningham 2-6 2-6 0-0 3 0 6 1 0 0 0 17 Sartain 0-0 0-0 2-2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 2 Oliver 3-10 2-9 0-0 2 1 8 1 0 1 0 27 Umoren 2-2 0-0 0-0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 5 Kwiatkowski 1-3 0-0 0-0 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 8 Ross 0-1 0-0 2-2 4 1 2 1 1 0 0 12 Team 1 Totals 27-64 10-31 11-12 31 15 75 11 8 4 5 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » Duquette and Chick teamed up to HOW IT HAPPENED build an early 10–4 lead. » Norwich took the lead right off » Meister got in on the three-point the tip, but would not stay out in game with the senior sinking two to front for long. Duquette got the ball give Suffolk its largest advantage of rolling for the Rams with back–to– the first-half, 23–15, at 7:34. » Over the next 3:26, the Mustangs rolled on a 13–2 run to take a 31–26 advantage with back buckets, before the score tied for the second and last time of the 3:19 remaining before intermission. Three’s from Hagopian and Unni chipped away at the Team 3 1 half at 4–all. host’s lead, but Suffolk headed to the locker room down 38–33. Totals 32–58 9–25 15–17 39 17 88 15 11 1 7 200 » Meister lit up, going 5–of–5 over » Chick opened the second stanza the same way he did the contest, with six quick points the next five possessions and Suffolk to pull Suffolk within 1, 40–39, just 1:55 into half. » Mt. Ida put together back–to–back hoops to jump ahead by five, but a 3–pointer from jumped ahead 16–11 at 14:49. Meister’s seventh hoop of the day turned into a traditional and–1 when he converted on the freebie to put the blue–and–gold up, 27–14. Meister and a set of freebies from Duquette leveled the playing field at 44 at 16:05. » The 10–point lead quickly changed to 20–plus on a hoop from Duquette and a triple from » With just over 14 minutes remaining in regulation, Duquette connected on a traditional Unni gave the hosts their largest lead of the half, 49–23, with 1:28 remaining. and-1 to give Suffolk its first lead since 7:34 of the first half, which sparked a 15-4 stretch » The Cadets would score the final four points of the half and Suffolk would take a 49–27 for the Rams that blossomed to a 60-49 advantage at the midway point of the second half. » In a game of runs, the Mustangs put in six unanswered points to make it a five point advantage into the intermission. » Suffolk put together a 7–0 stretch, which included Meister’s fourth triple, to open the game. Meister’s first hoop inside the arc on the day ignited a 10-4 Rams stretch that gave frame and force a Norwich timeout. The Rams did not let up and took their largest lead of the blue-and-gold its first double digit lead of the evening, and Suffolk sealed the win at the day of 41 at 6:36 and never looked back to roll to the 88–58 final. the foul line. SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Rivier 27 35 62 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 29 24 53 Suffolk 25 36 61 Suffolk 29 29 58 » » » » JANUARY 13, 2016 REGAN GYMNASIUM BOSTON, MASS. FEBRUARY 16, 2016 REGAN GYMNASIUM BOSTON, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Caleb Unni checked off two milestones — playing in his 100th game and scoring his 1,000th–point. Unni finished the game with 13 points, the exact total he needed for the 1K mark. » Jake Meister also shined on Suffolk’s Senior Day as he led the team in scoring with 18 points. » Adam Chick added 10 points in one of his final games on the Rams’ home court.

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RIVIER FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Francis f 4–7 1–3 0–1 5 1 9 1 0 0 0 32 Soucie f 4–9 0–4 0–0 10 5 8 1 2 0 0 25 Ruffen f 4–9 0–2 1–2 7 1 9 1 1 1 2 23 Simmons g 2–7 1–4 7–8 2 1 12 0 3 0 2 34 Davila g 4–11 3–7 0–0 5 3 11 1 2 0 1 25 Handy 1–2 1–2 0–0 2 1 3 0 0 0 0 17 Donovan 1–8 0–2 0–0 3 3 2 1 0 0 1 24 Lorden 4–8 0–0 0–1 1 1 8 0 0 0 0 14 Vigars 0–0 0–0 0–0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 Team 4 Totals 24–61 6–24 8–12 41 16 62 5 9 1 6 200 SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Ballve f 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 5 Meister f 5–18 1–10 7–7 7 2 18 4 4 0 0 37 Unni g 5–10 3–7 0–0 5 4 13 0 0 0 0 34 Chick g 5–9 0–0 0–0 8 2 10 2 0 0 1 34 Casella g 0–2 0–1 0–0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 5 Hagopian 2–4 2–3 0–0 4 3 6 0 0 0 0 26 McLean 1–3 1–3 3–6 0 2 6 0 2 0 2 18 DiPrizio 0–1 0–0 0–0 3 0 0 0 1 1 0 8 McCartney 1–3 0–1 0–0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 9 Duquette 3–10 0–0 0–0 8 1 6 2 0 2 1 24 Team 2 Totals 22–60 7–25 10–13 38 17 61 8 7 3 5 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » Unni’s 1,000th point, a triple in the second half, tied the game at 35 as the Rams continued their pursuit to gain control of the lead. » Duquette went on to give Suffolk the lead as he made a layup in the following minute to put the Rams up 37–35. » The score remained within two through the final minute of the contest when Rivier’s Anthony Simmons made two free throws for the Raiders to put Rivier up by three. » Meister made a layup with less than a second to play to put Suffolk within one point, but as time expired so did the Rams’ comeback chance.

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Adam Chick put on an impressive show on his final time on the Michael E. Smith and Larry S. Smith Court, pouring in 20 points and grabbing 10 rebounds, for his third double– double of his career. » Jake Meister also made the most of his final home game with 17 points, seven rebounds, four handouts and one block. » Caleb Unni added seven points and rebounds, respectively.

SJC MAINE FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Richardson-New f 5–13 0–0 0–0 5 1 10 0 0 0 0 40 Corey f 2–4 1–3 0–0 3 3 5 1 2 0 0 16 Tucker g 0–3 0–0 0–0 4 5 0 2 1 0 1 34 Mileikis g 1–7 1–1 2–2 7 2 5 4 2 0 1 30 Luschenat g 5–13 1–7 2–2 5 3 13 2 0 0 3 28 Diggs 0–0 0–0 0–0 2 2 0 1 1 0 0 7 Ramirez 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 Berry 5–14 1–8 0–0 5 0 11 1 0 1 1 25 Malloy 3–7 3–7 0–0 0 3 9 0 0 0 0 17 Team 3 Totals 21–61 7–26 4–4 34 19 53 11 7 1 6 200 SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 7–17 3–8 0–0 7 2 17 4 3 1 0 35 Duquette f 2–12 0–0 1–2 5 2 5 4 1 1 1 30 Unni g 1–8 1–6 4–4 7 1 7 0 0 1 1 30 Chick g 9–11 0–0 2–3 16 2 20 1 2 0 0 29 Hagopian g 1–6 1–4 2–4 1 1 5 0 0 0 1 37 McLean 1–1 0–0 2–3 3 2 4 1 1 0 1 18 DiPrizio 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 10 McCartney 6–10 1–3 1–2 4 4 14 0 2 0 0 26 Team 3 1 Totals 21–58 5–21 11–16 46 10 58 10 9 4 4 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » The first half was nothing short of exciting as a back–and–forth affair consumed action from the tip to the buzzer signaling the end of the first 20 minutes, dead locked at 29–29. » Out of the locker rooms things remained tight. Slowly, but surely Suffolk built an edge as the Rams outscored the Monks, 20–11, at the midway point of the second stanza. » St. Joseph’s continued to battle and made things interesting with seven unanswered points to pull within one, 49–48, with 6:02 to play. » A scoreless two minutes ticked off the clock before the whistle signaled a technical foul on Suffolk’s Matt Duquette. The Monks sunk the set at the line, giving SJC its first lead since the first half. » Down one, Meister and Chick took the Rams fate into their hands and used hustle plays to regain the lead for the hosts, 53–50, with just over one minute remaining. » Down the stretch, the Rams relied on their free throw shooting to secure the 59–53 triumph.

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SCORING 1ST 2ND FINAL Suffolk 31 33 64 Lasell 35 43 78 FEBRUARY 23, 2016 » ATHLETIC CENTER » AUBURNDALE, MASS. GAME SUMMARY BOX SCORE

LASELL FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Villalon f 3–9 0–3 3–7 8 2 9 0 4 1 1 36 Marchand f 4–7 0–0 4–4 8 4 12 1 2 1 0 36 Omanovic g 8–15 2–6 11–14 8 2 29 4 4 0 1 40 O’Brien g 3–11 2–6 3–5 1 3 11 3 3 0 1 35 Arsenault g 1–2 1–2 0–0 5 0 3 0 0 0 1 27 Bevilacqua 1–3 0–1 0–0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 7 McMahon 0–1 0–1 0–0 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 8 O’Brien 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 Moore 0–1 0–0 0–0 3 1 0 0 1 0 0 8 Team 3 2 Totals 25–58 9–17 19–25 48 8 78 15 8 1 2 200

SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Meister f 4–21 1–6 2–2 8 3 11 5 1 0 1 40DiPrizio f 4–8 3–5 0–0 7 4 11 1 0 0 0 29 Unni g 1–7 1–5 4–5 1 1 7 2 1 0 0 38 Chick g 9–19 5–11 0–0 13 2 23 1 1 0 1 34 Hagopian g 4–7 2–3 0–1 3 3 10 2 0 0 2 36 Ballve 0–1 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 McLean 0–2 0–1 0–0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 McCartney 0–1 0–1 0–0 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 6 Casella 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Louissant 1–2 0–1 0–0 0 1 2 1 1 0 0 10 Querusio 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 Team 0 Totals 23–68 12–34 6–8 34 16 64 12 5 2 4 200

HOW IT HAPPENED » The Rams stayed within four points at 35–31 heading into halftime, but failed to regain control of the lead as Lasell’s Pat Marchand poured in 15 second–half points to put the game away for the Lasers.

LASELL FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN Liberty f 4–12 0–0 3–5 17 1 11 2 1 0 1 32 Marchand f 7–12 0–0 7–7 13 1 21 3 2 1 1 38 Omanovic g 4–9 2–3 3–6 5 3 13 5 2 0 0 29 O’Brien g 5–13 4–8 4–5 5 1 18 3 0 0 0 40 Arsenault g 3–9 2–5 2–2 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 37 Bevilacqua 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 McMahon 1–2 1–1 0–0 2 0 3 2 0 0 0 15 Villalon 1–1 0–0 0–0 1 2 2 0 1 0 0 8 Team 3 2 Totals 25–58 9–17 19–25 48 8 78 15 8 1 2 200

RESULTS RECORDS

HOW IT HAPPENED » Unni broke up a tied 6–all game with a bucket from long range to spark a Suffolk spurt that stretch the score to 18-8 in favor of the visitors with 12:18 on the clock in the first. » After a scoreless minute Meister sunk a triple to push the Rams’ lead to 11, 21–10, and Quinn McCartney kept it there with a lay–up. » Over the next three minutes Lasell would respond to each of Suffolk’s hoops and the visitors would remain in front by double–figures. » Five straight Lasers point cut the deficit to six at the 3:02 mark, but Chick broke up the run with a baby–jumper. Lasell had another answer, however, to keep it a two possession game. » Neither team scored for over the next 1:30 and layups by Unni and Matt McLean sandwiched a Yordan Villalon free throw to send the Rams into half time up 37–28. » Out of the break things remained tight, but Suffolk slowly built a double–figure edge that blossomed to 16 points thanks to a traditional three–point play by Steven DiPrizio. » The Rams maintained the advantage with the Lasers chipping away at the deficit and cut things down to single digits at 3:30 thanks to a set of free throws by Armin Omanovic. » Lasell outscored Suffolk 9–2 down the stretch to even the score at 66–all, but the free throw by Chick sealed the Rams’ thrilling 67–66 finish.

REVIEW REVIEW

SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » Adam Chick led the Rams as he put away a game–high 23 points and brought down 13 rebounds. » Three other double–digit scorers sparked the Suffolk offense as Steven DiPrizio and Jake Meister finished with 11 points, while Michael Hagopian added 10.

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SUFFOLK FG 3FG FT R PF TP A TO B S MIN DiPrizio f 4–6 1–1 0–0 3 2 9 1 1 0 0 21 Unni g 4–11 3–6 0–0 6 0 11 1 1 0 1 38 Chick g 7–12 0–1 1–2 8 2 15 1 3 0 2 35 Hagopian g 0–4 0–1 1–2 4 4 1 0 0 0 3 24 Meister g 6–9 3–8 6–7 2 1 21 2 2 0 0 40 Abdillahi 0–0 0–0 0–0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 McLean 1–1 0–0 0–1 0 5 2 1 0 0 0 19 McCartney 1–2 0–1 0–0 2 2 2 0 0 0 1 10 Duquette 3–8 0–0 0–0 6 5 6 2 2 0 0 7 Louissant 0–1 0–0 0–0 1 1 0 0 1 0 0 6 Team 2 1 Totals 26–64 7–18 8–12 35 22 67 8 11 1 7 200

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SUFFOLK HIGHLIGHTS » The trio of seniors paved the way offensively for Suffolk. Jake Meister registered 19 points, whiel Adam Chick provided 15 and eight rebounds. Caleb Unni rounded out the threesome with 13 points and six boards. » Matt Duquette added a spark on the glass with six rebounds all in the second half and added six points.

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2015–16 GNAC RECAP

2015-16 GNAC STANDINGS

GNAC OVERALL TEAM GP RECORD WIN% GP RECORD Johnson & Wales 18 17–1 0.944 31 28–3 Albertus Magnus 18 14–4 0.778 26 20–6 Lasell 18 14–4 0.778 27 18–9 Anna Maria 18 10–8 0.556 28 15–13 Emmanuel 18 9–9 0.500 27 10–17 Mount Ida 18 7–11 0.389 26 11–15 Suffolk 18 6–12 0.333 26 8–18 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 18 5–13 0.278 26 8–18 Norwich 18 4–14 0.222 25 7–18 Rivier 18 4–14 0.222 24 4–21

2016 GNAC TOURNAMENT

Quarterfinals » Tuesday, Feb. 23 #1 Johnson & Wales 73, #8 Saint Joseph’s (Me.) 36 #5 Emmanuel 91, #4 Anna Maria 89 #3 Albertus Magnus 109, #6 Mount Ida 87 #2 Lasell 78, #7 Suffolk 64 Semifinals » Thursday, Feb. 25 #1 Johnson & Wales 97, #5 Emmanuel 79 #3 Albertus Magnus 87, #2 Lasell 80 Finals » Saturday, Feb. 27 #1 Johnson & Wales 86, #3 Albertus Magnus 75

2016 GNAC POSTSEASON

2016 NCAA TOURNAMENT Plattsburgh, N.Y. » First Round #3 Johnson & Wales 75, #14 Trinity 73 Plattsburgh, N.Y. » Second Round #3 Johnson & Wales 86, #10 Fitchburg State 74 Plattsburgh, N.Y. » Sweet 16 #7 Tufts 101, #3 Johnson & Wales 85 2016 ECAC CHAMPIONSHIPS New London, N.H. » Semifinals #3 Anna Maria 99, #2 Colby Sawyer 90 New London, N.H. » Finals #1 Colby Sawyer 105, #3 Anna Maria 96

WIN% 0.903 0.769 0.667 0.536 0.370 0.423 0.308 0.308 0.280 0.160

LAST 10 8–2 7–3 5–5 5–5 7–3 3–7 4–6 2–8 3–7 2–8

STREAK Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 5 Lost 1 Lost 3 Won 1 Lost 2

2015-16 GNAC WEEKLY AWARDS

DATE PLAYER

ROOKIE

Nov. 16 Nov. 23 Nov. 30 Dec. 7 Dec. 14 Jan. 4 Jan. 11 Jan. 18 Jan. 25 Feb. 1 Feb. 8 Feb. 15 Feb. 22

Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Chibuzor Ogbue, Norwich Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus

Quarry Greenaway, Johnson & Wales Tom Garrick, Johnson & Wales Joey DeFillippi, Mount Ida Quarry Greenaway, Johnson & Wales Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus Patrick Bradanese, Anna Maria Armin Omanovic, Lasell Quarry Greenaway, Johnson & Wales Tom Garrick, Johnson & Wales Armin Omanovic, Lasell Quarry Greenaway, Johnson & Wales Quarry Greenaway, Johnson & Wales Patrick Bradanese, Anna Maria

2015-16 GNAC POSTSEASON AWARDS

ALL-GNAC FIRST TEAM Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus (Fr., F) Patrick Bradanese, Anna Maria (Sr., G) Tom Garrick, Johnson & Wales (Sr., G) Quarry Greenaway, Johnson & Wales (Sr., G) Armin Omanovic, Lasell (Jr., G) ALL-GNAC SECOND TEAM Jaqhawn Wlaters, Albertus Magnus (So., F) John Clay, Emmanuel (Sr., F) Anthony Jernigan, Johnson & Wales, Jr., G Pat Marchand, Lasell (Sr., F) Jake Meister, Suffolk (Sr., G) ALL-GNAC THIRD TEAM Marc Wilson, Albertus Magnus (Sr., G) Tyler Delorey, Anna Maria (Sr., G) Kyle Davis, Emmanuel (Sr., C) Ethan Dujon, Mount Ida (Jr., G) Quinn Richardson-Newton, St. Joseph’s (Me.) (So., F) GNAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Quarry Greenaway, Johnson & Wales * GNAC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Robert Lewis, Johnson & Wales GNAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Shontaey Lovell, Albertus Magnus * GNAC COACH OF THE YEAR Jamie Benton, Johnson & Wales * unanimous selections

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INSTITUTIONAL SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Saint Joseph’s Maine GNAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Quarry Greenaway, Johnson & Wales (MVP) Tom Garrick, Johnson & Wales Robert Lewis, Johnson & Wales Marc Wilson, Albertus Magnus Jaqhawn Walter, Albertus Magnus John Clay, Emmanuel Richard O’Brien, Lasell GNAC ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM Matt Hamilton, Albertus Magnus (Fr., G/F) Jesse Maresca, Anna Maria (Jr., G) Max Butterbrodt, Emmanuel (So., F) Clayton Roker, Johnson & Wales (Sr., G) Richard O’Brien, Lasell (Sr., G) Brendan Cunningham, Mount Ida (So., G) David Hampton, Norwich (So., G) Cullen Donovan, Rivier (Sr., G) Davis Tucker, St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Sr., G) Caleb Unni, Suffolk (Sr., G)


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RESULTS VS. ALL-TIME OPPONENTS OPPONENT W L FIRST Albertus Magnus 15 Anna Maria 3 Assumption 0 Babson 15 Bard 0 Barrington 11 Baruch 2 Bates 5 Bentley 0 Binghamton 0 Boston State 1 Bowdoin 0 Brandeis 5 Bridgewater State 6 Bryant 6 Carnegie Mellon 0 Castleton 0 Clark 5 Coast Guard 1 Colby 2 Colby Sawyer 1 Connecticut College 2 Curry 28 Dartmouth 1 Daniel Webster 12 Eastern Conn. State 3 Eastern Nazarene 18 Emerson 8 Emmanuel 8 Fitchburg State 20 Framingham State 11 Gordon 10 Gorham State 2 Hartford 0 Harvard 0 Hawthorne 1 Hellenic 3 Johnson State 1 Johnson & Wales 13 Lasell 6 Lesley 1 Lowell 10 Lowell Tech 6 Lycoming 1 UMaine Augusta 1 UMaine Forst Kent 2 UMaine Presque Isle 2 UMaine Portland Gorham 4 Maine Maritime 3 Marist 0 UMass Boston 8 Mass. College of Pharmacy 1 UMass Dartmouth 0 Mass. Liberal Arts 0 Mass. Maritime 5 Merrimack 4 Middlebury 0 MIT 16 Mount Ida 7 Nasson 11 Univ. of New England 10 New England College 7 New Hampshire 0 Newport 3 Nichols 23 Northeastern 0 Norwich 18 Notre Dame 3 Plymouth State 2 Ramapo 0 Rhode Island College 4

21 8 2 33 1 2 0 15 3 1 3 2 37 9 3 1 1 29 2 15 3 4 7 9 8 2 20 27 23 12 15 6 4 13 1 1 0 0 25 13 1 8 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 9 0 2 1 0 21 1 24 9 3 10 2 6 0 12 4 21 0 6 2 6

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11.20.99 (W, 72–66) 1.27.16 (L, 72–56) 11.21.86 (L, 86–83) 2.3.16 (L, 81–70) 11.21.71 (L, 97–68) 11.29.81 (L, 105–79) 12.1.67 (W, 90–86) 1.12.06 (W, 80–76 OT) 11.17.13 (L, 85–75) 11.17.13 (L, 85–75) 1972–73 (L, 78–66) 12.4.84 (W, 83–76) 2.6.88 (W, 91–68) 11.22.03 (W, 73–70) 12.1.79 (L, 57–55) 12.2.01 (W, 91–81) 1969–70 (L, 85–77) 1.24.78 (L, 82–77 OT) 2.1.98 (L, 74–64) 2.1.98 (L, 74–64) 1974–75 (W, 80–75) 3.3.78 (L, 93–90) 12.28.87 (L, 70–53) 12.1.01 (L, 72–60) 2.6.68 (L, 105–85) 11.20.07 (L, 89–59) 11.24.84 (L, 81–71) 11.18.05 (L, 84–75) 2.16.68 (W, 89–85) 12.10.76 (W, 91–90) 1990–91 (L, 91–70) 1990–91 (L, 91–70) 11.17.07 (L, 102–77) 11.17.07 (L, 102–77) 2.11.69 (L, 99–75) 11.16.07 (L, 85–71) 12.7.86 (L, 73–60) 1.27.90 (L, 86–76) 12.30.74 (W, 75–74) 11.27.93 (L, 96–59) 2.15.91 (W, 80–65) 1.21.95 (L, 99–64) 2.5.77 (W, 81–72) 1.17.98 (L, 107–58) 12.24.68 (W, 110–70) 1998-99 (W, 79–77) 11.23.91 (W, 120–109) 11.23.91 (W, 120–109) 1.22.00 (W, 84–55) 11.18.14 (L, 90–88) 1973–74 (W, 88–68) 12.6.10 (L, 90–55) 1.8.69 (W, 104–78) 11.19.13 (L, 90–76) 11.22.86 (L, 95–93) 1.3.16 (L, 73–54) 1.15.02 (W, 91–73) 1.30.16 (L, 68–58) 1.15.72 (L, 82–73) 11.15.14 (L, 86–61) 1.22.71 (W, 105–85) 11.19.04 (L, 63–56) 1.30.68 (W, 107–95) 11.16.90 (L, 72–68) 12.13.67 (W, 106–84) 1972–73 (L, 96–90) 1.6.68 (L, 111–96) 2.5.81 (L, 84–71) 2.6.90 (L, 119–86) 2.6.90 (L, 119–86) 3.1.68 (L, 80–79) 2.21.69 (W, 100–89) 2.26.69 (W, 103–68) 1.26.85 (W, 69–53) 11.21.15 (W, 83–65) 11.21.15 (W, 83–65) 2.22.99 (W, 94–73) 1.16.16 (L, 90–50) 2.2.08 (L, 101–64) 2.23.16 (L, 78–64) 1.31.07 (L, 93–90) 11.16.14 (W, 83–64) 1.13.68 (W, 97–79) 11.27.82 (L, 107–71) 2.9.68 (W, 80–75) 1.31.75 (L, 88–81) 12.20.75 (W, 90–83) 12.20.75 (W, 90–83) 11.19.11 (W, 90–54) 11.19.11 (W, 90–54) 11.30.96 (W, 71–64) 11.16.12 (L, 59–52) 11.21.09 (W, 103–82) 11.20.10 (W, 83–70) 1973–74 (L, 64–60) 12.6.77 (W, 78–77) 2.8.85 (W, 105–74) 1.31.98 (W, 79–70) 11.26.85 (L, 69–34) 11.26.85 (L, 69–34) 2.5.91 (L, 75–70) 11.14.15 (L, 72–61) 11.21.98 (W, 86–45) 11.21.98 (W, 86–45) 2.18.93 (L, 90–70) 2.9.94 (L, 100–63) 11.18.11 (L, 86–68 OT) 11.18.11 (L, 86–68 OT) 12.2.74 (W, 68–59) 2.8.97 (W, 78–71) 2.14.68 (L, 97–92) 1.16.89 (L, 100–80) 2.2.99 (L, 96–75) 2.2.99 (L, 96–75) 1971–72 (L, 95–75) 11.26.11 (L, 81–59) 1.17.08 (L, 100–90) 2.9.16 (W, 81–75) 12.6.67 (W, 78–61) 1.31.83 (W, 90–62) 12.2.80 (W, 74–62) 1.2.09 (L, 92–76) 2.28.68 (W, 101–69) 11.29.15 (W, 76–73) 11.21.04 (L, 89–55) 11.9.13 (L, 94–70) 1.29.85 (W, 93–72) 1.27.87 (W, 61–54 OT) 12.15.67 (W, 115–94) 12.10.09 (L, 65–57) 1.9.80 (L, 78–54) 12.2.03 (L, 93–56) 12.2.83 (L, 89–74) 2.6.16 (W, 88–58) 2.17.94 (W, 96–62) 2.15.96 (W, 72–67) 1.19.85 (W, 79–65) 1.10.13 (L, 82–56) 11.18.01 (L, 97–74) 11.23.03 (L, 109–86) 2.18.80 (L, 89–69) 2.8.90 (L, 103–99)

OPPONENT W L FIRST Rivier 20 Roger Williams 4 Saint Anselm’s 4 St. Francis 2 St. Francis (Maine) 2 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 4 Salem State 9 Salve Regina 11 Siena 0 Southeastern Mass. 3 Southern Maine 3 Southern Methodist 0 SNHU 0 Southern Vermont 10 Stonehill 0 Wesleyan 1 Western Conn. 0 Western New England 7 Westfield State 1 Wheaton 4 Wheelock 1 Williams 0 WPI 3 Worcester State 2 Worcester Tech 3 York 0

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1.20.00 (L, 75–72) 2.12.92 (W, 83–81) 1.25.72 (L, 80–59) 2.20.68 (W, 98–64) 11.28.78 (W, 78–67) 1.15.08 (L, 93–73) 1969–70 (W, 84–77) 1.18.83 (W, 77–67) 12.22.83 (L, 75–42) 3.11.76 (L, 79–76) 2.7.78 (L, 82–75) 12.10.80 (L, 97–84) 11.14.14 (L, 94–36) 1.17.00 (W, 93–78) 12.19.75 (L, 87–80) 11.20.92 (L, 73–62) 11.19.99 (L, 86–64) 2.24.99 (W, 79–72) 12.28.89 (W, 74–72) 2.20.90 (W, 89–70) 11.22.14 (W, 100–85) 11.19.93 (L, 91–59) 12.9.67 (W, 103–90) 1.22.72 (L, 104–92) 1968–69 (L, 104–84) 11.20.93 (L, 86–79)

LAST

2.13.16 (L, 62–61) 11.71.12 (L, 69–52) 1.27.82 (L, 74–49) 1.17.69 (W, 76–74) 11.27.79 (W, 75–68) 2.16.16 (W, 58–53) 12.29.95 (L, 83–59) 11.24.15 (L, 73–71) 12.22.83 (L, 75–42) 11.30.89 (L, 78–65) 1.29.91 (L, 95–64) 11.29.90 (L, 102–60) 11.14.14 (L, 94–36) 1.11.07 (L, 88–64) 12.19.75 (L, 87–80) 11.17.06 (L, 79–58) 12.6.06 (L, 88–76) 11.16.13 (W, 95–84) 12.4.07 (L, 72–61) 2.24.98 (L, 100–83) 12.14.15 (L, 78–73) 2.28.01 (L, 77–68) 12.3.98 (W, 83–80) 11.20.15 (L, 77–64) 1.24.94 (L, 91–71) 11.20.93 (L, 86–79)


SERIES RESULTS ALBERTUS MAGNUS

15–33

RESULT W, 90-86 L, 89–85 L, 77–63 L, 109–98 L, 87–71 L, 93–88 L, 93–71 W, 76–74

DATE SITE 1972-73 1973-74 1.15.75 1.22.76 12.18.76 A 2.4.78 H 1.23.79 A 1.22.80 H 1.20.81 A 1.19.82 H 12.7.82 A 12.5.83 H 12.4.84 A

BARUCH

DATE SITE 2.6.88 H 11.22.03 N5

RESULT L, 78–66 W, 91–87 OT W, 78–64 W, 96–76 W, 91–76 L, 87–65 W W, 74–61 W, 82–77 W, 72–71 W, 95–61 W, 71–69 W, 93–76

2–0

RESULT W, 91–68 W, 73–70

0–3

RESULT L, 85–77 L, 107–83 L, 82–77 OT

BINGHAMTON 0–1 DATE SITE 2.1.98 H

BOSTON STATE

DATE SITE 1974-75 3.12.76 3.4.77 N 1 3.3.78 N 1

RESULT L, 74–64

1–3

RESULT W, 80–75 L, 108–101 L, 83–73 L, 93–90

BOWDOIN 0–2 DATE SITE 12.28.87 N 2 12.1.01 A

RESULT L, 70–53 L, 72–60

BRANDEIS 5–37 DATE SITE 2.6.68 1.14.69 1969-70 1.9.71 1.13.72 1972-73 1973-74 12.14.74 1974-75 2.14.76 2.19.77 A 2.18.78 A 2.17.79 A 2.16.80 A 2.14.81 A 2.13.82 A 2.12.83 A 2.11.84 A 2.4.85 A 2.3.86 A 2.2.87 A

RESULT L, 105–85 L, 73–70 L, 97–77 L, 89–71 L, 111–86 L, 99–81 L, 95–73 L, 91–82 L, 89–77 W, 81–79 L, 89–71 W, 73–67 L, 90–77 L, 79–78 L, 66–56 L, 78–59 W, 54–53 L, 83–64 L, 71–67 L, 79–64 L, 88–69

RAMMANCA

DATE SITE 12.1.67 1.31.68 1968-69 2.5.69 1969-70 1969-70 12.1.70 1.23.71

BARRINGTON 11–2

DATE SITE 1969-70 1.19.72 1.24.78 A

POST SEASON

BABSON

RESULT L, 97–68 L, 105–79

0–1

RESULT L, 85–75

BENTLEY

5–15

RESULT L, 57–55 L, 83–77 W, 71–62 L, 77–71 L, 67–61 L, 65–58 L, 85–79 L, 105–102 OT L, 77–76 W, 79–66 L, 74–65 L, 101–80 L, 90–54 W, 92–71 L, 108–95 L, 92–75 L, 88–72 W, 62–54 L, 79–78 W, 91–81

HONORS

DATE SITE 1.21.71 11.29.81 A

DATE SITE 11.17.13 N 14

DATE SITE 12.1.79 A 11.24.80 H 12.7.81 A 1.24.84 H 1.23.85 A 1.22.86 H 1.21.87 A 1.20.88 H 1.18.89 A 1.17.90 H 1990-91 H 1.16.92 H 1.23.93 A 12.11.93 H 12.10.94 A 12.9.95 H 1.14.97 A 1.15.98 H 1.14.99 A 12.2.01 N6

RECORDS

ASSUMPTION 0–2

BARD

BATES

RESULTS RESULTS

3–8

RESULT L, 86–83 W, 92–59 L, 78–66 L, 83–67 L, 74–61 W, 74–71 L, 80–58 W, 84–82 L, 88–79 L, 88–71 L, 81–70

W, 81–74 L, 76–75 L, 75–61 W, 91–89 W, 79–57 W, 89–78 L, 71–64 W, 70–64 W, 83–67 L, 93–84 L, 83–77 L, 91–71 L, 87–54 L, 99–71 W, 87–82 L, 83–68 W, 73–72 W, 69–65 L, 102–101 W, 65–63 L, 105-85 L, 90–63 L, 89–78 L, 114–69 L, 100–76 L, 109–69 L, 100–50 L, 85–75 L, 97–84 L, 86–72 L, 81–73 L, 93–74 W, 86–65 W, 69–55 L, 79–65 L, 97–71 L, 90–58 L, 85–68 L, 84–71 W, 80–76 OT

REVIEW

DATE SITE 11.21.86 A 11.22.02 N4 2.18.12 A * 1.28.13 A * 2.5.13 H * 1.7.14 H * 1.29.14 A * 12.4.14 A * 2.17.15 H * 1.23.16 H * 2.3.16 A *

12.1.71 12.2.72 12.3.73 2.8.75 1.15.76 1.22.77 H 1.21.78 A 1.20.79 H 1.19.80 A 1.16.81 H 1.16.82 A 11.20.82 A 1.20.83 H 1.31.84 A 1.17.85 H 1.25.86 A 1.24.87 A 1.23.88 A 2.2.89 H 2.1.90 A 1990-91 H 1.29.92 A 1.26.93 H 1.22.94 A 2.7.95 H 11.17.95 A 2.6.96 A 11.22.96 A 2.11.97 H 1997-98 A 11.18.98 A 2.20.99 H 1.29.00 A 1.27.01 H 12.8.01 A 11.23.02 A 1.16.03 H 1.15.04 A 1.13.05 H 1.12.06 A

STAFF

ANNA MARIA

15–21

RESULT W, 72–66 L, 71–70 W, 107–95 W, 79–50 W, 96–72 W, 83–78 W, 110–97 L, 83–71 L, 102–99 W, 79–71 W, 84–67 W, 95–75 W, 79–66 W, 106–66 L, 85–73 W, 87–63 L, 97–88 W, 93–88 W, 83–80 L, 88–65 L, 92–80 L, 96–73 L, 77–63 L, 89–77 L, 97–65 L, 89–77 L, 110–70 L, 95–76 W, 92–91 L, 99–62 L, 94–73 L, 98–84 L, 113-70 L, 108–82 L, 80–70 L, 72–56

RAMS

DATE SITE 11.20.99 N 2.9.00 A * 2.21.00 H * 1.23.01 A* 2.8.01 H * 1.17.02 A * 2.14.02 H * 1.14.03 A * 2.20.03 H * 1.13.04 H * 2.19.04 A * 1.11.05 A * 2.17.05 H * 1.10.06 H * 2.16.06 A * 1.15.07 H * 2.3.07 A * 1.8.08 A * 2.23.08 H * 12.6.08 H * 2.7.09 A * 1.23.10 A * 2.20.10 H * 1.22.11 H * 2.19.11 A * 1.7.12 H * 1.30.12 A * 1.15.13 A * 1.31.13 H * 12.7.13 A * 1.11.14 H * 12.6.14 H * 2.7.15 A * 2.24.15 A % 12.1.15 H * 1.27.16 A *

OUTLOOK

ALL-TIME SERIES RESULTS

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SERIES RESULTS 2.1.88 1.24.89 1.23.90 1.22.91 1.18.92 1.16.93 12.9.93 12.8.94 12.7.95 12.5.96 11.30.97 1.28.99 12.7.99 12.5.00 12.4.01 12.3.02 1.20.04 12.4.04 11.22.05 11.21.06 11.20.07

A A H H H H H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H

BRIDGEWATER STATE DATE SITE 11.24.84 N 4 12.3.85 H 12.2.86 A 12.1.87 H 11.29.89 A 11.28.89 H 11.27.90 A 11.26.91 H 11.24.92 A 11.23.93 H 11.22.94 A 11.21.95 H 11.25.96 A 11.24.98 H 11.18.05 N8

BRYANT

DATE SITE 2.16.68 1969-70 2.11.71 1.28.72 1972-73 1973-74 1.23.75 12.12.75 12.10.76 H

CARNEGIE MELLON DATE SITE 1990-91 H

L, 77–55 L, 90-74 L, 104–91 L, 86–68 W, 71–69 L, 114–84 L, 79–74 L, 104–69 L, 82–77 L, 77–63 L, 94–75 L, 86–73 L, 98–85 L, 101–76 W, 79–75 L, 85–69 L, 81–72 L, 73–57 L, 79–70 L, 87–60 L, 89–59

6–9

RESULT L, 81–71 L, 75–70 L, 82–67 W, 89–80 L, 86–66 W, 94–85 L, 81–65 W, 93–87 L, 74–63 W, 99–98 L, 99–70 W, 76–73 W, 71–69 L, 85–65 L, 84–75

6–3

RESULT W, 89–85 W, 82–85 W, 86–73 W, 79–74 L, 72–65 L, 95–51 W, 76–67 L, 83–57 W, 91–90

0–1

RESULT L, 91–70

CASTLETON 0–1 DATE SITE 11.17.07 N 10

CLARK

DATE SITE 2.11.69 1969-70 1.19.71 2.17.72 2.15.73 1973-74 2.13.75 2.12.76

RESULT L, 102–77

5–29

RESULT L, 99–75 L, 84–74 L, 95–87 L, 88–83 L, 100–79 W, 88–82 W, 99–88 W, 109–90

2.9.77 2.22.78 3.4.78 2.21.79 2.20.80 2.18.81 2.17.82 2.16.83 2.15.84 2.13.85 2.12.86 2.11.87 2.10.88 2.13.89 2.12.90 2.11.91 2.10.92 2.10.93 2.7.94 11.26.94 1.24.96 1.30.97 1997-98 2.12.99 2.28.02 11.16.07

A A N 1 A H A A H A A H A A H A A A H A H A H H H A $ N 10

COAST GUARD

DATE SITE 12.7.86 A 1.28.89 H 1.27.90 A

COLBY

DATE SITE 12.30.74 11.30.79 A 12.6.80 H 12.5.81 A 12.4.82 H 11.25.83 N 17 2.24.84 A 12.1.84 H 11.30.85 A 11.29.86 H 11.28.87 A 12.3.89 H 12.2.89 A 12.1.90 H 11.30.91 A 11.28.92 H 11.27.93 A

COLBY SAWYER

DATE SITE 2.15.91 H 2.15.92 A 1.20.94 H 1.21.95 A

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE DATE SITE 2.5.77 H 12.6.86 A 1.14.95 H 1.13.96 A 1.18.97 H 1.17.98 A

L, 89–73 L, 86–73 L, 89–87 L, 89–73 L, 90–77 L, 96–64 L, 87–56 L, 85–66 L, 86–73 L, 89–61 L, 77–63 L, 92–62 L, 86–64 W, 106–104 L, 120–83 L, 74–71 L, 84–58 L, 85–80 L, 93–56 L, 71–67 L, 78–58 L, 77–76 L, 72–61 W, 76–70 L, 84–77 L, 85–71

1–2

RESULT L, 73–60 W, 95–88 L, 86–76

2–15

RESULT W, 75–74 L, 87–77 L, 87–85 L, 74–57 L, 78–64 L, 91–69 L, 83–50 L, 93–81 L, 80–61 L, 89–85 L, 75–59 L, 92–66 L, 99–66 L, 108–72 W, 84–79 L, 75–58 L, 96–59

1–3

RESULT W, 80–65 L, 92–88 L, 87–72 L, 99–64

2–4

RESULT W, 81–72 L, 71–60 W, 82–75 L, 97–65 L, 73–65 L, 107–57

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CURRY

DATE SITE 12.24.68 2.28.69 1969-70 12.16.70 12.17.71 1972-73 1973-74 2.20.75 2.24.76 2.22.77 A 12.10.77 H 12.9.78 A 12.7.79 H 1.6.80 N 2 12.13.80 H 1980-81 H 12.12.81 H 12.11.82 A 12.11.82 H 12.10.83 H 11.25.84 N 4 12.11.84 A 12.9.85 H 2.8.88 A 2.9.89 H 12.4.89 A 12.3.90 H 12.2.91 A 12.1.92 H 12.4.93 A 11.29.94 H 11.28.95 A 12.3.96 H 11.22.97 A 1997-98 A 1998-99 H

28–7

RESULT W, 110–70 W, 99–74 W, 102–54 W, 66–57 W, 79–76 W, 81–64 W, 96–89 W, 93–84 W, 124–86 W, 82–69 W, 110–91 W, 84–73 L, 83–64 L, 85–83 OT L, 83–64 W, 98–89 W, 74–73 L, 75–74 OT L, 93–62 W, 87–80 W, 108–88 W, 108–83 L, 82–77 W, 94–86 W, 93–78 W, 84–66 W, 96–74 W, 85–72 W, 74–56 W, 94–78 L, 86–80 W, 103–102 W, 86–72 L, 74–62 W, 93–92 OT W, 79–77

DARTMOUTH 1–0 DATE SITE 11.23.91 H

DANIEL WEBSTER

DATE SITE 1.22.00 A * 2.3.00 H * 1.20.01 H* 2.1.01 A* 1.26.02 A * 1.25.03 A * 2.13.03 H * 1.24.04 H * 2.12.04 A * 1.22.05 A * 2.10.05 H * 1.21.06 H * 2.9.06 A * 1.20.07 A * 2.10.07 H * 2.6.08 H * 11.30.10 H 11.29.11 A 11.23.13 H 11.18.14 A

RESULT W, 120–109

12–8

RESULT W, 84–55 W, 98–72 W, 100–66 W, 87–68 W, 95–68 W, 82–74 L, 86–82 W, 83–61 W, 75–61 W, 75–70 L, 84–74 W, 86–55 W, 95–80 L, 89-88 OT L, 95–58 L, 91–90 L, 79–65 W, 73–60 L, 84–73 L, 90–88

EASTERN CONNECTICUT STATE DATE SITE 1973-74 1.6.78 N 2 1.5.80 N

3–2

RESULT W, 88–68 W, 76–73 W, 77–68


SERIES RESULTS N2 A

EASTERN NAZARENE

18–20

H * A * A * H * H * A * A * A H A

EMMANUEL 8–23

DATE SITE 1.27.71 2.29.72 3.1.73 1.10.75 1.9.76 12.12.76 H 1.11.78 A 1.10.79 A 2.25.80 A 2.23.81 2.22.82 A 2.21.83 H 2.20.84 A 2.18.85 H 2.22.86 A 2.21.87 H 12.5.87 A 11.26.89 H 11.25.89 A 11.24.90 H 12.5.91 A 12.3.92 H 11.18.94 N 1.18.95 N 4 2.21.98 A 2.4.99 H 11.19.04 H

GORDON

DATE SITE 12.13.67 1968-69 1969-70 12.8.70 12.7.71 1972-73

2–4

RESULT W, 106–84 W, 77–67 L, 85–68 L, 88–86 L, 94–80 L, 96–90

RAMMANCA

GORHAM STATE

10–6

RESULT W, 107–95 W, 77–68 L, 85–82 L, 92–88 L, 97–88 2OT L, 86–81 OT W, 74–72 W, 88–62 W, 94–72 W, 88–72 W, 88–72 W, 91–70 L, 90–81 W, 81–68 W, 76–75 L, 72–68

POST SEASON

DATE SITE 1.30.68 2.18.69 1969-70 2.16.71 2.15.72 2.2.73 1973-74 2.11.75 2.10.76 2.11.77 A 2.6.79 A 2.5.80 H 2.3.81 2.2.82 H 2.3.83 A 11.16.90 N 4

11–15

RESULT W, 105–85 W, 88–79 W, 71–68 W, 91–85 W, 81–76 W, 71–58 L, 82–77 L, 83–67 L, 97–81 L, 93–80 L, 59–57 OT W, 85–58 L, 63–62 L, 70–65 W, 67–64 L, 109–100 L, 67–63 W, 85–73 L, 72–54 L, 90–83 L, 71–64 L, 82–71 L, 79–76 L, 78–73 W, 65–64 W, 77–72 OT L, 63–56

HONORS

20–12

RESULT L, 82–73 W, 80–75 L, 83–68 W, 92–85 W, 99–76 W, 90–82 W, 117–80 W, 84–73 W, 93–79 W, 71–70 W, 88–85 W, 64–58 W, 82–79 L, 82–70 L, 84–62 L, 70–61 L, 78–74 L, 77–72 W, 89–87 W, 106–92 L, 84–79 L, 79–66 W, 69-66 W, 85–71 W, 70–69

FRAMINGHAM STATE

L, 84–80 W, 72–71 OT L, 77–65 W, 78–69 W, 93–83 W, 91–89 L, 86–61

RECORDS

DATE SITE 1.15.72 2.17.73 1973-74 2.20.75 12.5.75 1.12.76 12.3.76 H 1.17.78 A 1.16.79 H 1.15.80 A 1.13.81 1.12.82 A 1.11.83 H 2.2.84 A 1.31.85 H 1.30.86 A 1.29.87 H 1.28.88 A 1.26.89 H 1.25.90 A 1.24.91 H 1.23.92 A 1.21.93 H 1.17.94 A 1.19.95 H

A H A H N4 N9 N 10

RESULTS RESULTS

RESULT L, 95–93 W, 98–90 L, 89–87 L, 89–87 L, 81–75 W, 65–64 L, 83–71 L, 80–76 W, 100–65 W, 86–79 L, 69–67 W, 82–68 L, 85–68 L, 62–59 L, 54–43 L, 85–54 L, 81–70 L, 81–66 L, 77–72 L, 86–67 W, 80–75 L, 108–89 L, 83–66 L, 88–81 L, 70–51

RESULT W, 91–73 W, 94–74 W, 89–61 L, 60–57 W, 81–61 L, 84–76 L, 90–87 OT L, 89–59 L, 74–70 L, 83–68 L, 89–83 W, 85–78 L, 96–70 L, 68–55 L, 116–73 L, 82–59 L, 82–75 L, 67–65 W, 71–54 L, 66–53 L, 81–69 W, 77–74 L, 93–76 L, 97–87 L, 87–84 L, 94–88 L, 85-75 L, 84–75 L, 69–59 W, 79–72 L, 68–58

1.18.96 1.23.97 1.22.98 1998-99 11.18.00 11.18.06 11.15.14

REVIEW

DATE SITE 1.15.02 A * 2.16.02 H * 2.20.02 H % 1.28.03 H * 2.15.03 A * 1.27.04 H * 2.14.04 A * 1.25.05 A * 2.12.05 H * 1.24.06 A * 2.11.06 H * 12.2.06 H * 1.13.07 A * 12.8.07 A * 1.10.08 H * 1.21.09 A * 2.21..09 H * 1.12.10 H * 2.6.10 A * 1.11.11 A * 2.5.11 H * 1.10.12 A * 2.7.12 H * 1.5.13 A * 1.17.13 H * 1.25.14 H * 2.18.14 A * 1.6.15 H * 2.21.15 A * 12.5.15 H * 1.30.16 A *

FITCHBURG STATE EMERSON 8–27 DATE SITE 11.22.86 A 12.8.98 H 2.8.00 A * 2.15.00 H * 2.6.01 H * 2.13.01 A * 1.21.02 H * 2.7.02 A * 1.30.03 H * 2.6.03 A * 1.29.04 A * 2.5.04 H * 2.24.04 H % 1.27.05 H * 2.3.05 A * 2.22.05 A % 1.26.06 A * 2.2.06 H * 1.23.07 H * 2.13.07 A * 2.20.07 A % 1.24.08 H * 2.9.08 A * 1.10.09 H * 2.2.09 A *

L, 95–55 L, 79–55 L, 59–52 W, 94–72 L, 90–74 L, 74–64 L, 73–71 OT W, 85–80 L, 79–64 L, 73–54

STAFF

RESULT W, 104–78 W, 86–85 L, 104–99 L, 92–65 L, 93–74 L, 55–39 W, 89–82 W, 93–75 W, 89–83 W, 82–79 W, 82–71 L, 84–66 L, 87–76 W, 77–68 W, 83–79 L, 92–65 FW (93–85) L, 81–65 W, 95–94 OT W, 56–54 L, 105–78 W, 72–70 L, 90–79 L, 77–67 W, 90–79 L, 72–68 L, 73–57 L, 86–79 W, 92–86 L, 82–74 L, 86–50 L, 62–55 W, 86–63 L, 64–63 W, 71–58 W, 76–69 W, 67–64 L, 90–82 L, 90–76

1.25.10 2.16.10 1.25.11 2.15.11 12.3.11 2.4.12 2.14.13 1.4.14 1.4.15 1.3.16

RAMS

DATE SITE 1.8.69 1969-70 2.3.71 2.1.72 1972-73 1973-74 1.28.75 1.27.76 12.15.76 H 1.14.78 A 1.5.79 N 2 1.13.79 H 1.12.80 A 1.5.80 N 2 1.10.81 A 1.9.82 A 1.8.83 H 1.19.84 A 1.12.85 H 1.11.86 A 1.10.87 H 1.9.88 A 1.14.89 H 1.13.90 A 1.12.91 H 1.11.92 A 1.9.93 H 1.8.94 A 1.7.95 H 1.6.96 A 1.11.97 H 12.9.97 A 12.9.98 H 11.22.08 H 11.17.09 A 11.16.10 H 11.15.11 A 11.20.12 H 11.19.13 A

L, 79–59 L, 90–55

OUTLOOK

12.30.95 12.6.10

HARTFORD 0–13 DATE SITE 1.6.68 1.4.69 1969-70

RESULT L, 111–96 L, 103–76 L, 112–64

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SERIES RESULTS 2.24.71 2.23.72 2.21.73 1973-74 12.10.74 12.9.75 12.7.76 A 12.6.77 A 12.5.78 A 2.5.81 H

L, 93–85 L, 98–78 L, 115–78 L, 90–50 L, 113–86 L, 71–58 L, 87–78 L, 77–72 L, 63–62 L, 84–71

HARVARD 0–1 DATE SITE 2.6.90 A

HAWTHORNE

DATE SITE 3.1.68 2.21.69

RESULT L, 119–86

1–1

RESULT L, 80–79 W, 100–89

HELLENIC 3–0 DATE SITE 2.26.69 1.28.84 H 1.26.85 A

JOHNSON STATE

DATE SITE 11.21.15 N 15

JOHNSON & WALES DATE SITE 2.22.99 H 1.11.00 A * 1.27.00 H * 1.9.01 H* 1.25.01 A * 1.24.02 A * 2.5.02 H * 2.23.02 N 6 % 1.23.03 A * 2.4.03 H * 1.22.04 H * 2.3.04 A * 1.19.05 A * 1.31.05 H * 1.18.06 H * 1.30.06 A * 1.17.07 A * 2.6.07 H * 1.12.08 H * 1.21.08 A * 1.17.09 H * 1.19.09 A * 12.5.09 H * 1.28.10 A * 12.4.10 H * 2.10.11 A * 2.22.11 A % 12.8.11 A * 2.2.12 H * 1.8.13 H * 1.19.13 A * 2.19.13 A % 1.9.14 A * 2.6.14 H * 1.10.15 A * 2.4.15 H * 12.3.15 A * 1.16.16 A *

RESULT W, 103–68 W, 59–57 W, 69–53

1–0

RESULT W, 83–65

13–25

RESULT W, 94–73 L, 74–70 W, 91–48 W, 90–77 L, 84–73 W, 94–80 W, 97–81 W, 76–71 W, 88–85 W, 77–71 L, 85–81 OT L, 77–54 L, 67–65 W, 76–69 W, 76–75 L, 76–60 W, 97–91 2OT W, 99–94 L, 102–88 L, 90–74 L, 80–65 L, 79–75 L, 95–80 L, 88–69 L, 96–88 L, 95–77 L, 96–63 W, 74–54 L, 90–78 L, 82–75 L, 80–64 L, 72–71 L, 86–61 L, 87–63 L, 94–57 L, 97–60 L, 92–48 L, 90–50

LASELL

DATE SITE 2.2.08 A * 2.16.08 H * 1.31.09 H * 2.14.09 A * 1.9.10 H * 2.1.10 A * 11.23.10 A * 2.17.11 H * 1.14.12 H * 1.26.12 A * 1.12.13 A * 2.2.13 H * 2.8.14 A * 2.20.14 H * 1.14.15 A * 2.19.15 H * 1.21.16 H * 2.20.16 A * 2.23.16 A %

LESLEY

DATE SITE 1.31.07 H 11.16.14 N 10

LOWELL

DATE SITE 1.13.68 1.10.69 1969-70 12.18.70 2.18.71 12.14.71 2.27.73 12.11.73 1.18.75 1.29.76 1.27.77 A 1.28.78 H 1.27.79 A 1.26.80 H 1.24.81 A 12.30.81 N 3 1.23.82 H 11.27.82 A

LOWELL TECH

DATE SITE 2.9.68 1968-69 2.6.69 1969-70 1969–70 2.5.71 2.4.72 1972-73 12.11.73 1.31.75

6–13

RESULT L, 101–64 L, 90–63 W, 112–107 L, 98–71 W, 84–74 OT L, 92–64 W, 85–84 OT W, 97–87 L, 89–77 W, 92–76 L, 71–65 L, 66–64 L, 103–75 L, 88–74 L, 73–63 L, 83–76 L, 88-56 W, 67–66 L, 78–64

1–1

RESULT L, 93–90 W, 83–64

10–8

RESULT W, 97–79 L, 102–85 W, 91–76 W, 77–59 W, 66–58 W, 60–55 W, 103–96 W, 90–54 W, 99–72 W, 89–79 L, 85–81 L, 108–93 L, 67–63 W, 78–73 L, 81–77 L, 82–76 L, 71–61 L, 107–71

6–4

RESULT W, 80–75 W, 63–58 W, 81–70 W, 82–80 L, 91–78 L, 71–69 W, 83–66 L, 78–69 W, 73–64 L, 88–81

LYCOMING 1–0 DATE SITE 12.20.75

RESULT W, 90–83

UMAINE AUGUSTA

1–0

DATE SITE 11.19.11 N 13

RESULT W, 90–54

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2–1

DATE SITE 11.30.96 H 1.3.09 N 11 11.16.12 N 10

UMAINE PRESQUE ISLE DATE SITE 11.21.09 N 12 11.20.10 N 12

RESULT W, 71–64 W, 67–63 L, 59–52

2–0

RESULT W, 103–82 W, 83–70

UMAINE PORTLAND GORHAM DATE SITE 1973-74 12.3.74 12.3.75 12.9.76 H 12.6.77 A

MAINE MARITIME

DATE SITE 2.8.85 H 2.18.95 H 1.31.98 H

MARIST

DATE SITE 11.26.85 A

UMASS BOSTON

DATE SITE 2.5.91 H 12.28.91 N 2 2.4.92 A 2.2.93 H 2.3.94 A 2.4.95 A 2.3.96 H 11.29.96 H 2.19.98 H 2.18.99 A 12.2.99 H 11.30.00 A 11.29.01 H 12.5.02 A 12.4.03 H 12.2.04 A 12.1.05 H 11.30.06 A 11.30.07 H 12.4.08 A 12.3.09 H 12.2.10 A 12.1.11 H 11.29.12 A 11.26.13 H 11.20.14 A 11.14.15 H

4–1

RESULT L, 64–60 W, 101–91 W, 95–87 W, 82–69 W, 78–77

3–0

RESULT W, 105–74 W, 102–79 W, 79–70

0–1

RESULT L, 69–34

8–19

RESULT L, 75–70 W, 98–91 OT L, 85–81 W, 71–67 L, 89–80 L, 92–82 L, 86–64 L, 109–57 L, 86–73 L, 113–95 W, 83–81 L, 97–96 OT W, 77–65 L, 70–69 W, 95–86 W, 77–76 OT W, 94–88 L, 77–63 W, 78–70 L, 88–64 L, 90–81 L, 81–78 OT L, 100–98 OT L, 92–78 L, 79–68 L, 86–56 L, 72–61

MASS. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

1–0

UMASS DARTMOUTH

0–2

DATE SITE 11.21.98 A

DATE SITE 2.18.93 A 2.9.94 H

RESULT W, 86–45

RESULT L, 90–70 L, 100–63


SERIES RESULTS DATE SITE 11.18.11 N 13

MASS. MARITIME

5–0

RESULT W, 68–59 W, 108–84 W, 62–59 W, 56–54 W, 78–71

MIT

16–24

11–3

RESULT W, 78–61 L, 82–72 W, 81–79 L, 83–81 W, 75–71 W, 61–57 L, 91–88 W, 98–64 W, 88–74 W, 112–84 W, 90–74 W, 88–76 W, 92–63 W, 90–62

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 10–10 DATE SITE 12.2.80 H 12.1.81 A 11.30.82 H 11.29.83 A 11.27.84 H 11.23.85 A 11.25.86 H 11.24.87 A 11.22.89 H 11.20.89 A 11.18.90 N4 1.20.92 A 1.18.93 H 1.17.95 A 2.10.96 H

RESULT W, 74–62 W, 76–63 W, 84–71 W, 96–85 W, 107–104 W, 100–75 L, 97–90 L, 87–83 L, 86–77 L, 97–89 W, 100–96 W, 79–73 L, 93–71 L, 97–92 L, 102–78

NEW HAMSPHIRE

DATE SITE 11.21.04 A 11.16.08 A # 11.14.09 A # 11.11.11 A # 11.10.12 A # 11.9.13 A #

7–2

RESULT W, 101–69 W, 109–85 L, 66–65 W, 78–69 L, 84–70 W, 100–76 W, 111–101 W, 96–81 W, 76–73

0–6

RESULT L, 89–55 L, 101–50 L, 91–45 L, 63–52 L, 91–51 L, 94–70

NEWPORT 3–0 DATE SITE 1.29.85 H 11.28.86 A 1.27.87 H

NICHOLS

DATE SITE 12.15.67 1968-69 1969-70 12.11.70 12.10.71 12.12.72 1973-74 1.21.75 1.20.76 1.20.77 A 1.19.78 H 1.18.79 A 1.17.80 H 1.15.81 H 1.14.82 A 1.13.83 A 1.12.84 H 1.21.85 A 1.20.86 H 1.19.87 A 2.20.88 H 2.18.89 A 2.17.90 H 2.23.91 A 2.22.92 H 2.20.93 A 2.19.94 H 2.21.95 A 12.5.95 H 11.27.96 A 1.13.98 A 1.27.98 H 1.9.99 H 11.18.08 A 12.10.09 H

RESULT W, 93–72 W, 66–60 W, 61–54 OT

23–12

RESULT W, 115–94 W, 83–76 W, 104–79 L, 85–62 W, 84–81 L, 81–79 OT W, 103–97 W, 91–71 W, 104–69 W, 84–73 W, 118–88 W, 78–72 W, 77–76 L, 86–82 L, 77–63 L, 77–63 L, 74–68 W, 84–78 W, 82–76 W, 81–79 W, 110–88 W, 92–89 W, 106–92 W, 104–96 W, 88–76 L, 78–61 W, 89–81 W, 90–86 L, 76–73 W, 108–91 L, 67–59 W, 54–51 L, 72–69 L, 80–62 L, 65–57

RAMMANCA

RESULT L, 95–75 W, 79–67 W, 77–72 OT W, 80–78 W, 88–80 W, 61–59 W, 90–79 W, 61–59 L, 80–59 L, 55–43 L, 66–61 W, 90–70 W, 80–70 L, 72–69 W, 60–52 L, 90–77 L, 87–82 OT L, 77–59 L, 72–54 L, 71–66 W, 72–61 L, 92–79 W, 84–78 L, 63–61

DATE SITE 12.6.67 1968-69 1969-70 12.3.70 12.3.71 1972-73 12.12.74 12.11.75 12.1.76 A 12.2.77 H 12.2.78 A 2.4.80 H 2.2.81 A 1.31.83 H

DATE SITE 2.28.68 1969-70 12.6.07 A 11.22.09 A 11.21.10 A 12.3.12 H 12.1.13 A 11.30.14 H 11.29.15 A

POST SEASON

DATE SITE 1971-72 1972-73 1973-74 2.19.75 2.18.76 2.16.77 A 2.15.78 A 2.14.79 A 2.13.80 A 2.11.81 H 2.10.82 A 2.9.83 A 2.8.84 A 2.16.85 H 2.15.86 A 2.14.87 H 2.13.88 A 2.11.89 A 2.10.90 A 2.9.91 H 2.24.92 A 1.28.93 H 1.25.94 A 1.26.95 H

RESULT L, 96–75

NASSON

7–9

RESULT L, 100–90 L, 81–79 L, 86–70 L, 80–74 L, 78–71 W, 77–66 L, 93–64 W, 82–76 W, 84–74 W, 78–65 W, 79–57 W, 81–69 L, 73–52 L, 72–69 L, 74–66 W, 81–75

NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE

L, 101–79 W, 80–73 W, 86–82 L, 90–75 L, 92–76

HONORS

DATE SITE 2.2.99 A

DATE SITE 1.17.08 A * 1.29.09 A * 2.19.09 H * 1.16.10 A * 2.13.10 H * 1.15.11 H * 2.12.11 A * 2.14.12 H * 1.26.13 H * 2.12.13 A * 2.1.14 A * 2.11.14 H * 1.31.15 A * 2.14.15 H * 1.7.16 H * 2.9.16 A *

A H A N8 A

RECORDS

MIDDLEBURY 0–1

MOUNT IDA

2.15.97 2.14.98 2.13.99 11.19.05 1.2.09

RESULTS RESULTS

RESULT L, 97–92 L, 97–94 L, 83–75 L, 78–77 OT L, 93–75 L, 107–95 L, 105–73 L, 100–73 W, 98–81 W, 75–73 L, 107–93 L, 86–85 L, 106–64 W, 88–80 W, 86–77 L, 79–66 L, 73–53 L, 86–65 L, 86–63 L, 57–49 L, 89–51 L, 85–70 L, 93–66 L, 90–63 L, 100–80

L, 73–53 L, 57–56 OT L, 65–60 L, 79–73 W, 84–76 W, 71–43 L, 66–65 W, 72–63 L, 69–57 W, 69–68 L, 84–46 L, 94–81 L, 83–51 L, 99–56 L, 85–50 L, 86–47 L, 81–59

REVIEW

DATE SITE 2.14.68 12.21.68 2.12.69 1969-70 1969-70 2.9.71 2.9.72 2.7.73 1973-74 12.29.74 2.6.75 2.5.76 2.3.77 A 2.2.78 H 2.1.79 A 2.11.80 H 1.30.81 A 12.29.81 A 1.29.82 H 1.27.83 A 1.26.84 H 12.8.84 A 12.7.85 H 12.10.86 A 1.16.89 H

A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A H A

STAFF

MERRIMACK 4–21

1.11.96 1.16.97 1997-98 11.28.98 11.27.99 11.25.00 11.24.01 11.30.02 11.29.03 11.27.04 11.26.05 11.25.06 11.24.07 11.29.08 11.28.09 11.27.10 11.26.11

RAMS

DATE SITE 12.2.74 11.29.77 H 11.30.78 A 2.24.82 H 2.8.97 H

0–1

RESULT L, 86–68 OT

OUTLOOK

MASS. LIBERAL ARTS

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RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE

DATE SITE 2.18.80 A 2.16.81 H 2.15.82 A 2.14.83 H 2.21.85 A 2.20.86 H NORWICH 16-23 2.19.87 A DATE SITE RESULT 2.18.88 H 12.2.83 A L, 89–74 2.16.89 A 1.18.86 H L, 92–76 2.8.90 H 1.17.87 A L, 93–59 1.16.88 H L, 85–82 1.13.00 H * W, 76–75 RIVIER 2.17.00 A * L, 85–73 DATE SITE 2.24.00 A % L, 88–81 1.20.00 H * 1.11.01 H * W, 76–60 2.19.00 A * 2.15.01 H * W, 87–70 1.18.01 A* 2.20.01 N % W, 90–81 2.18.01 H * 1.19.02 H* W, 80–68 1.12.02 H * 1.18.03 H * L, 65–63 2.11.03 H * 2.18.03 A * L, 76–61 2.22.03 A * 1.17.04 A * L, 92–68 2.10.04 A * 2.17.04 H * W, 76–73 2.21.04 H * 1.15.05 H * L, 65–58 2.8.05 H * 2.15.05 A * L, 92–55 2.19.05 A * 11.29.05 A * L, 71–60 2.7.06 A * 1.14.06 H * L, 86–76 2.18.06 H * 1.27.07 H * L, 76–74 12.9.06 A * 2.17.07 A * L, 87–79 1.25.07 H * 1.26.08 H * L, 72–60 2.22.07 A % 2.19.08 A * W, 93–85 12.1.07 H * 1.24.09 A * W, 82–77 2.12.08 A * 2.17.09 H * L, 86–67 1.13.09 A * 1.14.10 H * L, 82–66 2.10.09 H * 2.9.10 A * L, 60–59 1.18.10 H * 1.13.11 A * L, 64–57 1.30.10 A * 2.8.11 H * W, 72–62 1.17.11 A * 1.12.12 A * L, 67–64 1.29.11 H * 1.21.12 H * W, 75–67 1.19.12 A * 12.6.12 H * W, 92–65 1.24.12 H * 1.21.13 A * W, 78–58 1.24.13 A * 1.15.14 A * W, 83–77 2.16.13 H * 1.22.14 H * L, 75–70 12.3.13 H * 12.2.14 H * W, 80–58 1.18.14 A * 1.19.15 A * W, 82–78 1.8.15 A * 1.13.16 A * L, 67–51 1.17.15 H * 2.6.16 H * W, 88–58 1.9.16 A * 2.13.16 H *

NOTRE DAME

DATE SITE 2.17.94 H 2.16.95 H 2.15.96 A

PLYMOUTH STATE

DATE SITE 1.19.85 H 2.5.86 A 2.4.87 H 2.3.88 A 2.7.89 H 2.14.90 A 2.13.91 H 1.10.13 A

RAMAPO

DATE SITE 11.18.01 A 11.23.03 A

RESULT L, 78–54 L, 128–72 L, 104–50 L, 93–56

3–0

RESULT W, 96–62 W, 108–83 W, 72-67

2–6

RESULT W, 79–65 W, 90–84 L, 92–91 L, 93–74 L, 102–86 L, 100–77 L, 105–78 L, 82–56

0–2

RESULT L, 97–74 L, 109–86

ROGER WILLIAMS

DATE SITE 2.12.92 H 2.8.93 A 2.5.94 H 12.3.94 A 12.2.95 H 12.7.96 A 12.6.97 H 12.5.98 A 11.17.01 N 5 11.17.12 A

SAINT ANSELM’S

DATE SITE 1.25.72 1972-73 1973-74 2.4.75 2.3.76 2.1.77 A

4–6

RESULT L, 89–69 W, 84–65 L, 66–49 L, 85–66 W, 73–57 W, 96–88 W, 71–67 L, 98–88 L, 95–71 L, 103–99

20–14

RESULT L, 75–72 W, 82–74 W, 96–74 W, 79–73 W, 81–62 W, 82–68 W, 83–73 W, 77–61 W, 83–78 W, 90–75 L, 76–64 W, 93–88 L, 94–83 OT W, 74–66 W, 92–90 L, 94–82 L, 91–80 L, 85–75 L, 93–75 L, 93–80 L, 66–62 L, 91–81 L, 72–58 L, 92–75 L, 76–63 W, 70–67 W, 69–66 W, 70–59 W, 91–84 W, 73–68 W, 79–70 W, 73–68 W, 53–51 L, 62–61

4–6

RESULT W, 83–81 W, 89–48 W, 93–77 L, 92–72 L, 66–59 L, 90–81 L, 84–76 L, 67–60 W, 79–74 L, 69–52

4–7

RESULT L, 80–59 W, 65–60 L, 69–63 W, 77–76 W, 81–79 W, 70–68

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A A A H A

ST. FRANCIS

DATE SITE 2.20.68 1.17.69

ST. FRANCIS (MAINE) DATE SITE 11.28.78 H 11.27.79 A

SAINT JOSEPH’S (MAINE) DATE SITE 1.15.08 H * 2.4.08 A * 1.7.09 H * 2.5.09 A * 12.12.09 A * 2.4.10 H * 12.11.10 H * 2.3.11 A * 12.10.11 H * 1.28.12 A * 12.1.12 H * 12.5.13 H * 2.15.14 A * 2.25.14 A % 2.11.15 A * 2.12.15 H * 1.18.16 A * 2.16.16 H *

SALEM STATE

DATE SITE 1969-70 2.1.71 1973-74 2.27.75 2.16.76 2.24.77 A 1.7.78 A 2.23.78 H 1.6.79 A 1.25.79 A 1.24.80 H 1.22.81 A 11.19.82 N2 1.3.83 A 12.27.85 A 12.27.87 A 12.27.89 A 12.28.91 A 12.29.95 A

SALVE REGINA

DATE SITE 1.18.83 H 1.17.84 A 12.7.87 A 12.7.89 H 12.8.89 A 12.7.90 H 12.7.91 A 12.5.92 H 11.30.93 A 12.1.94 H

L, 73–69 L, 81–71 L, 78–47 L, 59–51 L, 74–49

2–0

RESULT W, 98–64 W, 76–74

2–0

RESULT W, 78–67 W, 75–68

4–14

RESULT L, 93–73 L, 84–71 L, 88–76 L, 86–51 L, 83–64 L, 75–66 W, 77–71 L, 80–75 L, 84–67 L, 79–55 W, 77–68 L, 92–70 L, 70–63 L, 80–72 L, 76–69 W, 66–55 L, 62-56 W, 58–53

9–10

RESULT W, 84–77 L, 85–75 L, 87–52 W, 76–67 W, 77–67 W, 92–80 W, 95–81 W, 93–78 L, 85–71 W, 84–65 W, 71–60 L, 69–64 W, 88–76 L, 71–67 OT L, 96–82 L, 91–74 L, 102–85 L, 99–68 L, 83–59

11–8

RESULT W, 77–67 W, 79–69 W, 73–71 W, 83–72 L, 76–66 W, 99–83 L, 70–66 W, 64–59 W, 87–75 W, 79–76


SERIES RESULTS L, 71–57 L, 89–75 L, 81–63 W, 92–74 W, 92–89 L, 80–73 L, 81–48 W, 73–71 L, 73–71

SIENA

0–1

DATE SITE 12.22.83 A

RESULT L, 75–42

3–8

3–11

SOUTHERN METHODIST

0–2

RESULT L, 97–84 L, 102–60

SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE DATE SITE 11.14.14 at SNHU #

SOUTHERN VERMONT

10–5

RESULT W, 93–78 W, 95–77 W, 102–51 W, 89–57 L, 90–86 W, 95–71 L, 88–86 W, 79–76 W, 78–75 W, 87–85 W, 89–77 L, 87–71 W, 80–72 L, 93–90 OT

1–0

DATE SITE 12.11.88 N 16

RESULT W, 73–59

TRINITY

1–4

DATE SITE 2.17.86 H 2.16.87 A 2.15.88 H 1.24.98 H 1.23.99 A

RESULT L, 84–54 L, 91–57 W, 74–73 OT L, 81–66 L, 86–60

TUFTS

4–30

DATE SITE 1969-70 2.27.71 2.12.72 1972-73 3.1.78 H 2.10.79 A 2.9.80 H 2.7.81 A 2.6.82 H 1.2.83 A 2.5.83 A 11.26.83 N 17 2.4.84 H 2.2.85 A 2.1.86 H 1.31.87 H 1.30.88 H 2.4.89 A 2.3.90 H 2.2.91 A 2.1.92 H 1.30.93 A 1.27.94 H 1.28.95 A 1.27.96 H 2.1.97 A 12.2.97 H 12.1.98 A 11.30.99 H 11.28.00 A 11.27.01 H 12.8.04 H 1.17.12 A 12.8.12 H

RESULT W, 92–88 W, 98–97 L, 79–73 L, 108–74 W, 92–83 L, 73–71 L, 58–51 L, 89–61 L, 65–54 L, 79–61 L, 70–67 L, 66–58 L, 93–73 L, 109–86 L, 94–74 L, 97–82 L, 83–68 W, 79–78 L, 94–89 L, 101–80 L, 89–69 L, 99–72 L, 93–81 L, 97–70 L, 87–83 L, 92–75 L, 94–69 L, 66–57 L, 76–74 OT L, 83–68 L, 71–64 L, 88–70 L, 98–65 L, 111–76

US MERCHANT MARINES DATE SITE 1.15.95 H

VIRGINIA WESLEYAN DATE SITE 11.23.96 A

1–0

RESULT W, 69–68

0–1

RESULT L, 89–64

WENTWORTH 9–5 DATE SITE 1.21.89 H 1.20.90 A 1990-91 H 1.13.92 A 11.21.92 N 4

RESULT W, 80–73 W, 70–68 W, 111–93 L, 86–82 W, 83–82

WESLEYAN 1–3 DATE SITE 11.20.92 N 4 12.7.00 H 12.6.01 A 11.17.06 N9

WESTERN CONNECTICUT DATE SITE 11.19.99 N 12.7.05 H 12.6.06 A

WESTERN NEW ENGLAND DATE SITE 2.24.99 H 2.5.00 A * 2.12.00 H* 2.3.01 H* 2.10.01 A * 2.23.01 N 19 % 2.2.02 A * 1.11.03 H * 2.1.03 A * 2.26.03 A % 1.10.04 A * 1.31.04 H * 1.8.05 H * 1.29.05 A * 12.10.05 A * 1.28.06 H * 2.21.06 A % 1.9.07 A * 1.29.07 H * 11.16.13 N 14

WESTFIELD STATE DATE SITE 12.28.89 N 2 12.4.06 H 12.4.07 A

RESULT L, 73–62 W, 93–79 L, 96–78 L, 79–58

0–3

RESULT L, 86–64 L, 85–80 L, 88–76

7–13

RESULT W, 79–72 L, 76–70 L, 91–85 OT L, 78–72 W, 70–66 L, 99–84 W, 83–70 W, 88–74 L, 102–79 L, 79–62 W, 81–75 L, 77–68 L, 72–57 L, 70–58 L, 79–74 W, 78–67 L, 95–66 L, 78–55 L, 87–69 W, 95–84

1–2

RESULT W, 74–72 L, 86–61 L, 72–61

WHEATON 4–5 DATE SITE 2.20.90 H 2.19.91 A 2.18.92 H 2.22.93 A 2.12.94 H 2.14.95 A 2.20.96 H 2.25.97 A 2.24.98 H

RESULT W, 89–70 W, 68–67 W, 102–92 L, 88–61 L, 73–57 L, 81–72 L, 71–70 W, 101–89 L, 100–83

WHEELOCK 1–1 DATE SITE 11.22.14 H 12.14.15 H

RAMMANCA

DATE SITE 1.17.00 A * 2.1.00 H * 1.16.01 H* 1.30.01 A * 2.9.02 A * 2.22.02 N 7 % 1.20.03 H * 2.8.03 A * 1.18.04 H * 2.7.04 A * 1.17.05 H * 2.5.05 A * 1.16.06 A * 2.4.06 H *

0–1

RESULT L, 94–36

THOMAS

POST SEASON

DATE SITE 12.10.80 11.29.90 A

RESULT L, 87–80

W, 101–91 W, 131–109 W, 94–54 W, 92–65 L, 87–65 L, 77–66 L, 81–48 L, 83–71 W, 50–48

HONORS

RESULT L, 82–72 L, 75–71 OT L, 75–67 W, 55–52 W, 80–78 OT W, 68–59 L. 78–62 L, 101–66 L, 65–60 L, 67–58 L, 78–72 L, 70–66 L, 112–70 L, 95–64

DATE SITE 12.19.75

H A N H A H A H A

RECORDS

DATE SITE 2.7.78 H 12.6.79 A 12.4.80 H 12.9.81 A 12.3.82 H 1.14.84 A 11.29.84 H 12.28.85 N 18 2.8.86 A 1.15.87 H 1.14.88 A 1.12.89 H 1989-90 A 1.29.91 H

STONEHILL 0–1

1.11.93 1.13.94 11.19.94 1.12.95 2.13.96 2.18.97 1997-98 2.16.99 11.23.99

RESULTS RESULTS

SOUTHERN MAINE

RESULT L, 79–76 W, 87–75 W, 69–68 L, 76–72 L, 85–70 L, 80–75 W, 79–78 L, 87–58 L, 88–72 L, 89–66 L, 78–65

L, 88–64

REVIEW

DATE SITE 3.11.76 12.3.81 H 12.9.82 A 12.3.83 N 17 12.8.83 H 12.6.84 A 12.5.85 A 12.4.86 A 12.3.87 H 12.1.89 A 11.30.89 H

H *

STAFF

SOUTHEASTERN MASS.

1.11.07

RAMS

A H A H N 4 H A N 12 A

OUTLOOK

11.30.95 1.21.97 1.20.98 1.19.99 11.17.00 1.29.02 11.25.08 11.24.09 11.24.15

RESULT W, 100–85 L, 78–73

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WPI

DATE SITE 12.9.67 12.9.72 1973-74 2.3.79 A 2.21.81 H 2.20.82 A 2.19.83 A 2.18.84 H 1.15.85 A 1.14.86 H 2.25.87 A 2.24.88 H 1.7.89 A 2.22.90 H 1.14.91 A 2.4.93 A 2.2.95 A 2.1.96 H 2.6.97 A 2.5.98 H 12.3.98 A

WORCESTER STATE DATE SITE 1.22.72 1972-73 2.21.76 3.5.77 N 1 12.10.88 N 16 11.20.15 N 15

WORCESTER TECH DATE SITE 1968-69 1969-70 2.20.71 2.25.72 12.7.74 1.29.77 A 12.3.77 A 2.2.80 A 2.6.92 H 1.29.94 H

YORK

DATE SITE 11.20.93 H

RESULT L, 91–59 L, 107–57 L, 77–68

3–18

RESULT W, 103–90 L, 79–73 W, 76–70 L, 71–65 L, 89–65 L, 75–57 L, 85–67 L, 85–81 L, 99–83 L, 74–73 L, 98–72 L, 98–82 L, 78–61 L, 81–79 L, 87–70 L, 93–74 L, 86–61 L, 65–61 L, 85–60 L, 76–70 W, 83–80

KEY

# Exhibition * GNAC Contest % GNAC Tournament & ECAC Tournament $ NCAA Tournament 1 Brandeis — Waltham, Mass. 2 O’Keefe Center, Salem State — Salem, Mass. 3 Merrimack — North Andover, Mass. 4 Babson — Babson Park, Mass. 5 Rampo — Mahwah, N.J. 6 Bowdoin — Brunswick, Maine 7 Western New England — Springfield, Mass. 8 Wesleyan — Middletown, Conn. 9 UMass Dartmouth — Dartmouth, Mass. 10 Roger Williams — Bristol, R.I. 11 University of New England — Biddeford, Maine 12 New England College — Henniker, N.H. 13 Endicott — Beverely, Mass. 14 Connecticut College — New London, Conn. 15 Amherst — Amherst, Mass. 16 Anna Maria — Paxton, Mass. 17 UMass Boston — Boston, Mass. 18 Norwich — Northfield, Vt. 19 Johnson & Wales — Providence, R.I.

2–4

RESULT L, 104–92 L, 85–66 W, 90–77 W, 83–81 L, 91–82 L, 77–64

3–7

RESULT L, 104–84 L, 98–69 L, 88–67 L, 72–65 L, 68–63 W, 94–82 W, 61–60 L, 74–61 W, 81–76 L, 91–71

0-1

RESULT L, 86–79

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YEARLY RESULTS

1949–50

13–6

1950–51

14–5

1951–52

11–4

1952–53

9–6

1953–54

13–2

1954–55

10–8

1955–56

8–8

1956–57

9–9

1957–58

9–7

1958–59

10–6

1959–60

13–7

1960–61

11–9

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

8–11

1962–63

13–8

1963–64

10–8

1964–65

8–10

1965–66

11–11

1966–67

14–8

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

COACH: Charles Law

1969–70

COACH: Charles Law DATE OPPONENT Babson Nasson Eastern Nazarene Gorham State Nichols Curry Lowell Tech Merrimack Bentley Lowell Brandeis Salem State Tufts Clark Lowell Tech Merrimack Bryant Gordon Hartford Babson

10–10 RESULT L, 77–63 L, 82–72 L, 104–84 W, 77–67 W, 83–76 W, 63–58 L, 97–94 L, 103–76 W, 104–78 L, 102–85 L, 73–70 W, 76–74 L, 99–75 L, 109–98 W, 81–70 L, 83–75 W, 77–68 W, 100–89 W, 103–68 W, 99–74

10–12 RESULT L, 87–71 W, 81–79 W, 86–85 L, 85–68 W, 104–79 W, 102–54 W, 82–80 L, 78–77 OT L, 85–77 W, 91–76 L, 97–77 W, 84–77 W, 92–88 L, 84–74 L, 91–78 L, 93–75 W, 82–85 L, 85–82 L, 112–64 L, 93–88

COACH: Charles Law DATE OPPONENT 12.1.70 Babson 12.3.70 Nasson 12.8.70 Gorham 12.11.70 Nichols 12.16.70 Curry 12.18.70 Lowell 1.9.71 Brandeis 1.19.71 Clark 1.21.71 Assumption 1.23.71 Babson 1.27.71 Framingham State 2.1.71 Salem State 2.3.71 Eastern Nazarene 2.5.71 Lowell Tech 2.9.71 Merrimack 2.11.71 Bryant 2.16.71 Gordon 2.18.71 Lowell 2.20.71 Worcester Tech 2.24.71 Hartford 2.27.71 Tufts

1971–72

COACH: Charles Law DATE OPPONENT 12.1.71 Babson 12.3.71 Nasson 12.7.71 Gorham 12.10.71 Nichols 12.14.71 Lowell 12.17.71 Curry 1.13.72 Brandeis 1.15.72 Fitchburg State 1.19.72 Bentley 1.22.72 Worcester State 1.25.72 Saint Anselm’s 1.28.72 Bryant 2.1.72 Eastern Nazarene 2.4.72 Lowell Tech 2.9.72 Merrimack 2.12.72 Tufts 2.15.72 Gordon 2.17.72 Clark 2.23.72 Hartford 2.25.72 Worcester Tech 2.29.72 Framingham State MIT

1972–73

COACH: Charles Law DATE OPPONENT Saint Anselm’s 12.2.72 Babson Nasson Gorham State 12.9.72 WPI 12.12.72 Nichols Brandeis Tufts Barrington Worcester State Bryant MIT

7–14 RESULT L, 93–71 L, 83–81 L, 88–86 L, 85–62 W, 66–57 W, 77–59 L, 89–71 L, 95–87 L, 97–68 W, 76–74 W, 105–85 L, 85–75 L, 104–99 L, 71–69 L, 107–95 W, 86–73 L, 92–88 W, 66–58 L, 88–67 L, 93–85 W, 98–97

8–14 RESULT W, 81–74 W, 75–71 L, 94–80 W, 84–81 W, 60–55 W, 79–76 L, 111–86 L, 82–73 L, 107–83 L, 104–92 L, 80–59 W, 79–74 L, 92–65 W, 83–66 L, 105–73 L, 79–73 L, 97–88 2OT L, 88–83 L, 98–78 L, 72–65 W, 88–79 L, 95–75

7–15 RESULT W, 65–60 L, 76–75 W, 61–57 L, 96–90 L, 79–73 L, 81–79 OT L, 99–81 L, 108–74 L, 78–66 L, 85–66 L, 72–65 W, 79–67

RAMMANCA

1961–62

COACH: Charles Law DATE OPPONENT Babson Nasson Worchester Tech Gorham State Nichols Lowell Tech 12.21.68 Merrimack 1.4.69 Hartford 1.8.69 Eastern Nazarene 1.10.69 Lowell 1.14.69 Brandeis 1.17.69 St. Francis 2.11.69 Clark 2.5.69 Babson 2.6.69 Lowell Tech 2.12.69 Merrimack 2.18.69 Gordon 2.21.69 Hawthorne 2.26.69 Hellenic College 2.28.69 Curry

1970–71

W, 109–85 L, 98–69

POST SEASON

COACH: Charles Law

1968–69

New England College Worcester Tech

HONORS

10–5

RESULT W, 90–86 W, 78–61 W, 103–90 W, 106–84 W, 115–94 L, 111–96 W, 97–79 W, 107–95 L, 89–85 L, 105–85 W, 80–75 L, 97–92 W, 89–85 W, 98–64 W, 110–70 W, 101–69 L, 80–79

RECORDS

1948–49

COACH: Charles Law

12–5

RESULTS RESULTS

16–7

COACH: Charles Law DATE OPPONENT 12.1.67 Babson 12.6.67 Nasson 12.9.67 WPI 12.13.67 Gorham State 12.15.67 Nichols 1.6.68 Hartford 1.13.68 Lowell 1.30.68 Gordon 1.31.68 Babson 2.6.68 Brandeis 2.9.68 Lowell Tech 2.14.68 Merrimack 2.16.68 Bryant 2.20.68 St. Francis 2.24.68 Curry 2.28.68 New England College 3.1.68 Hawthorne

REVIEW

1947–48

1967–68

STAFF

12–5

COACH: Charles Law

RAMS

1946–47

OUTLOOK

YEAR-BY-YEAR RESULTS

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Lowell Tech Merrimack Curry Gordon Clark Fitchburg State Hartford Eastern Nazarene Lowell Framingham State

L, 78–69 L, 100–73 W, 81–64 L, 86–81 OT L, 100–79 W, 80–75 L, 115–78 L, 93–74 W, 103–96 W, 71–68

1973–74

10–10

COACH: Charles Law DATE OPPONENT RESULT 12.3.73 Babson L, 75–61 UMaine Portland Gorham L, 64–60 WPI W, 76–70 Hartford L, 90–50 12.11.73 Lowell State W, 90–54 Barrington W, 91–87 OT Eastern Connecticut State W, 88–68 Fitchburg State L, 83–68 Bryant L, 95–51 Eastern Nazarene L, 55–39 Lowell Tech W, 73–64 Saint Anselm’s L, 69–63 Merrimack W, 98–81 Gordon W, 74–72 Clark W, 88–82 MIT W, 77–72 OT Brandeis L, 95–73 Curry W, 96–89 Salem State L, 87–52 Nichols W, 103–97

1974–75

COACH: Charles Law DATE OPPONENT 12.2.74 Mass. Maritime 12.3.74 UMaine Portland Gorham 12.7.74 Worcester Tech 12.10.74 Hartford 12.12.74 Nasson 12.14.74 Brandeis 12.29.74 Merrimack 12.30.74 Colby 1.10.75 Framingham State 1.15.75 Barrington 1.18.75 Lowell 1.21.75 Nichols 1.23.75 Bryant 1.28.75 Eastern Nazarene 1.31.75 Lowell Tech 2.4.75 Saint Anselm’s 2.6.75 Merrimack 2.8.75 Babson 2.11.75 Gordon 2.13.75 Clark 2.19.75 MIT 2.20.75 Fitchburg State 2.20.75 Curry 2.27.75 Salem State Boston State Brandeis

1975–76

19–7 RESULT W, 68–59 W, 101–91 L, 68–63 L, 113–86 L, 91–88 L, 91–82 W, 75–73 W, 75–74 W, 91–85 W, 78–64 W, 99–72 W, 91–71 W, 76–67 W, 89–82 L, 88–81 W, 77–76 L, 107–93 W, 91–89 W, 88–62 W, 99–88 W, 80–78 W, 92–85 W, 93–84 W, 76–67 W, 80–75 L, 89–77

19–6

COACH: Charles Law DATE OPPONENT RESULT 12.3.75 UMaine Portland Gorham W, 95–87 12.5.75 Fitchburg State W, 99–76 12.9.75 Hartford L, 71–58 12.11.75 Nasson W, 98–64

12.12.75 12.19.75 12.20.75 1.9.76 1.12.76 1.15.76 1.20.76 1.22.76 1.27.76 1.29.76 2.3.76 2.5.76 2.10.76 2.12.76 2.14.76 2.18.76 2.21.76 2.24.76 2.16.76 3.11.76 3.12.76

Bryant Stonehill Lycoming Framingham State Fitchburg State Babson Nichols Barrington Eastern Nazarene Lowell Saint Anselm’s Merrimack Gordon Clark Brandeis MIT Worcester State Curry Salem State South Eastern Mass Boston State

1976–77

L, 83–57 L, 87–80 W, 90–83 W, 81–76 W, 90–82 W, 79–57 W, 104–69 W, 96–76 W, 93–75 W, 89–79 W, 81–79 L, 86–85 W, 94–72 W, 109–90 W, 81–79 W, 88–80 W, 90–77 W, 124–86 W, 77–67 L, 79–76 L, 108–101

16–7

ACTING HEAD COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 12.1.76 at Nasson W, 88–74 12.3.76 Fitchburg State W, 117–80 12.7.76 at Hartford L, 87–78 12.9.76 UMaine Portland Gorham W, 82–69 12.10.76 Bryant W, 91–90 12.12.76 Framingham State W, 71–58 12.15.76 Eastern Nazarene W, 89–83 12.18.76 at Barrington W, 91–76 1.20.77 at Nichols W, 84–73 1.22.77 Babson W, 89–78 1.27.77 at Lowell L, 85–81 1.29.77 at Worcester Tech W, 94–82 2.1.77 at Saint Anselm’s W, 70–68 2.3.77 at Merrimack L, 106–64 2.5.77 Connecticut College W, 81–72 2.9.77 at Clark L, 104–98 2.11.77 at Gordon W, 95–80 2.16.77 at MIT L, 70–69 2.19.77 at Brandeis L, 89–71 2.22.77 at Curry W, 82–69 2.24.77 at Salem State W, 92–80 3.4.77 1 — vs. Boston State L, 83–73 3.5.77 1 — vs. Worcester State W, 83–81 1 — Brandeis, Waltham, Mass.

1977–78

15–10

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.29.77 Mass. Maritime W, 108–84 12.2.77 Nasson W, 112–84 12.3.77 at Worcester Tech W, 61–60 12.6.77 at Hartford L, 77–72 12.6.77 at UMaine Portland Gorham W, 78–77 12.10.77 Curry W, 110–91 1.6.78 1 — Eastern Conn. State W, 76–73 1.7.78 at Salem State W, 95–81 1.11.78 at Framingham State L, 82–77 1.14.78 at Eastern Nazarene W, 82–79 1.17.78 at Fitchburg State W, 84–73 1.19.78 Nichols W, 118–88 1.21.78 at Babson L, 71–64 1.24.78 at Bentley L, 82–77 OT 1.28.78 Lowell L, 108–93 1.31.78 at Saint Anselm’s L, 73–69 2.2.78 Merrimack W, 88–80 2.4.78 Barrington L, 87–65 2.15.78 at MIT W, 90–79

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2.18.78 at Brandeis W, 73–67 2.22.78 at Clark L, 86–73 2.23.78 Salem State W, 93–78 3.1.78 Tufts W, 92–83 3.3.78 2 — Boston State L, 93–90 3.4.78 2 — Clark L, 89–87 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass. 2 — Brandeis, Waltham, Mass.

1978–79

13–11

1979–80

10–16

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.28.78 St. Francis (Maine) W, 78–67 11.30.78 at Mass. Maritime W, 62–59 12.2.78 at Nasson W, 90–74 12.5.78 at Hartford L, 63–62 12.7.78 Southern Maine L, 82–72 12.9.78 at Curry W, 84–73 1.5.79 1 — vs. Eastern Nazarene W, 82–71 1.6.79 at Salem State L, 85–71 1.10.79 at Framingham State L, 83–67 1.13.79 Eastern Nazarene L, 84–66 1.16.79 Fitchburg State W, 93–79 1.18.79 at Nichols W, 78–72 1.20.79 Babson W, 70–64 1.23.79 at Barrington W 1.25.79 at Salem State W, 84–65 1.27.79 at Lowell L, 67–63 1.30.79 at Saint Anselm’s L, 81–71 2.1.79 at Merrimack W, 86–77 2.3.79 at WPI L, 71–65 2.6.79 at Gordon W, 88–72 2.10.79 at Tufts L, 73–71 2.14.79 at MIT W, 61–59 2.17.79 at Brandeis L, 90–77 2.21.79 at Clark L, 89–73 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.27.79 at St. Francis Maine W, 75–68 11.30.79 at Colby L, 87–77 12.1.79 at Bates L, 57–55 12.6.79 at Southern Maine L, 75–71 OT 12.7.79 Curry L, 83–64 1.5.80 1 — Eastern Nazarene W, 77–68 1.6.80 1 — Curry L, 85–83 OT 1.9.80 at Northeastern L, 78–54 1.12.80 at Eastern Nazarene L, 87–76 1.15.80 at Fitchburg W, 71–70 1.17.80 Nichols W, 77–76 1.19.80 at Babson W, 83–67 1.22.80 Barrington W, 74–61 1.24.80 Salem State W, 71–60 1.26.80 Lowell W, 78–73 1.30.80 at Saint Anselm’s L, 78–47 2.2.80 at Worcester Tech L, 74–61 2.4.80 Nasson W, 88–76 2.5.80 Gordon W, 91–70 2.9.80 Tufts L, 58–51 2.11.80 Merrimack L, 79–66 2.13.80 at MIT L, 80–59 2.16.80 at Brandeis L, 79–78 2.18.80 at Rhode Island L, 89–69 2.20.80 Clark L, 90–77 2.25.80 at Framingham L, 97–81 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.


YEARLY RESULTS

12–14

1986–87

5–21

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.21.86 at Anna Maria L, 86–83 11.22..86 at Emerson L, 95–93 11.25.86 Univ. of New England L, 97–90 11.29.86 Colby L, 89–85 12.2.86 at Bridgewater State L, 82–67 12.4.86 at Southeastern Mass. L, 87–58 12.6.86 at Connecticut College L, 71–60 12.7.86 at Coast Guard L, 73–60 12.10.86 at Merrimack L, 90–63 1.10.87 Eastern Nazarene L, 105–78 1.15.87 Southern Maine L, 67–58 1.17.87 at Norwich L, 93–59 1.19.87 at Nichols W, 81–79 1.21.87 at Bates L, 85–79 1.24.87 Babson W, 73–72 1.27.87 Newport W, 61–54 OT 1.29.87 Fitchburg State L, 78–74 1.31.87 at Tufts L, 97–82 2.2.87 at Brandeis L, 88–69 2.4.87 Plymouth State L, 92–91 2.11.87 at Clark L, 92–62 2.14.87 MIT L, 90–77 2.16.87 at Trinity L, 91–57 2.19.87 at Rhode Island W, 71–67 2.21.87 Framingham State L, 109–100 2.25.87 at WPI L, 98–72

RAMMANCA

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.24.84 1 - Bridgewater State L, 81–71 11.25.84 1 - Curry W, 108–88 11.27.84 Univ. of New England W, 107–104 11.29.84 Southern Maine L. 78–62 12.1.84 Colby L, 93–81 12.3.84 at Northeastern L, 128–72 12.4.84 at Barrington W, 93–76 12.6.84 at Southeast Mass. L, 80–75 12.8.84 at Merrimack L, 85–70 12.11.84 at Curry W, 108–83 1.12.85 Eastern Nazarene W, 95–94 OT 1.15.85 at WPI L, 99–83 1.17.85 Babson W, 87–82 1.19.85 Plymouth State W, 79–65 1.21.85 at Nichols W, 84–78 1.23.85 at Bates L, 67–61 1.26.85 at Hellenic W, 69–53 1.29.85 Newport Regional W, 93–72 1.31.85 Fitchburg State L, 84–62

9–17

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.23.85 at Univ. of New England W, 100–75 11.26.85 at Marist L, 69–34 11.30.85 at Colby L, 80–61 12.3.85 Bridgewater State L, 75–70 12.5.85 Southeastern Mass. W, 79–78 12.7.85 Merrimack L, 93–66 12.9.85 Curry L, 82–77 12.27.85 at Salem State L, 96–82 12.28.85 1 — Southern Maine L, 101–66 1.11.86 at Eastern Nazarene W, 56–54 1.14.86 WPI L, 74–73 1.18.86 Norwich L, 92–76 1.20.86 Nichols W, 82–76 1.22.86 Bates L, 65–58 1.25.86 at Babson L, 83–68 11.28.86 at Newport W, 66–60 1.30.86 at Fitchburg State L, 70–61 2.1.86 Tufts L, 94–74 2.3.86 at Brandeis L, 79–64 2.5.86 at Plymouth State W, 90–84 2.8.86 at Southern Maine L, 65–60 2.12.86 Clark L, 77–63 2.15.86 at MIT W, 60–52 2.17.86 Trinity L, 84–54 2.20.86 Rhode Island W, 96–88 2.22.86 at Framingham State W, 67–64 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

POST SEASON

1984–85

1985–86

HONORS

11–15

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.19.82 1 — Salem State W, 88–76 11.20.82 at Babson L, 91–71 11.27.82 at Lowell L, 107–71 11.30.82 Univ. of New England W, 84–71 12.3.82 Southern Maine W, 80–78 OT 12.4.82 Colby L, 78–64 12.7.82 at Barrington W, 95–61 12.9.82 at Southeastern Mass. W, 69–68 12.11.82 at Curry L, 75–74 OT

6–19

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.25.83 1 — Colby L, 91–69 11.26.83 1 — Tufts L, 66–58 11.29.83 at Univ. of New England W, 96–85 12.2.83 at Norwich L, 89–74 12.3.83 2 — Southeastern Mass. L, 76–72 12.5.83 Barrington W, 71–69 12.8.83 Southeastern Mass. L, 85–70 12.10.83 Curry W, 87–80 12.22.83 at Siena L, 75–42 1.12.84 Nichols L, 74–68 1.14.84 at Southern Maine W, 68–59 1.17.84 at Salve Regina W, 79–69 1.19.84 at Eastern Nazarene L, 81–65 1.24.84 Bates L, 77–71 1.26.84 Merrimack L, 89–51 1.28.84 Hellenic W, 59–57 1.31.84 at Babson L, 99–71 2.2.84 at Fitchburg State L, 82–70 2.4.84 Tufts L, 93–73 2.8.84 at MIT W, 80–70 2.11.84 at Brandeis L, 83–64 2.15.84 at Clark L, 86–73 2.18.84 Worcester Poly L. 85–81 2.20.84 at Framingham State L, 63–62 2.24.84 at Colby L, 83–50 1 — UMass Boston, Boston, Mass. 2 — Norwich, Northfield, Vt.

at Tufts L, 109–86 at Brandeis L, 71–67 Maine Maritime W, 105–74 at Clark L, 89–61 MIT L, 72–69 Framingham State L, 70–65 at Rhode Island W, 73–57 1 - Babson, Babson Park, Mass.

RECORDS

1982–83

1983–84

2.2.85 2.4.85 2.8.85 2.13.85 2.16.85 2.18.85 2.21.85

RESULTS RESULTS

9–17

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.29.81 at Assumption L, 105–79 12.1.81 at Univ. of New England W, 76–63 12.3.81 at Southern Maine W, 55–52 12.5.81 at Colby L, 74–57 12.7.81 at Bates W, 71–62 12.9.81 Southeastern Mass. W, 87–75 12.12.81 Curry W, 74–73 12.29.81 at Merrimack L, 86–65 12.30.81 1 - Lowell L, 82–76 1.9.82 at Eastern Nazarene L, 92–65 1.12.82 at Fitchburg State W, 64–58 1.14.82 Nichols L, 86–82 1.16.82 at Babson L, 83–77 1.19.82 Barrington W, 72–71 1.23.82 Lowell L, 71–61 1.27.82 at Saint Anselm’s L, 74–49 1.29.82 Merrimack L, 86–63 2.2.82 Gordon W, 81–68 2.6.82 Tufts L, 65–54 2.10.82 at MIT L, 66–61 2.13.82 at Brandeis L, 78–59 2.15.82 at Rhode Island L, 66–49 2.17.82 at Clark L, 87–56 2.20.82 at Worcester Poly L, 75–57 2.22.82 at Framingham State L, 59–57 OT 2.24.82 Mass. Maritime W, 56–54 1 - Merrimack, North Andover, Mass.

1.2.83 at Tufts L, 79–61 1.3.83 at Salem State L, 71–67 OT 1.8.83 Eastern Nazarene FW (93–85) 1.11.83 Fitchburg State W, 82–79 1.13.83 at Nichols L, 77–63 1.18.83 Salve Regina W, 77–67 1.20.83 Babson L, 87–54 1.27.83 at Merrimack L, 57–49 1.31.83 Nasson W, 90–62 2.3.83 at Gordon W, 76–75 2.5.83 at Tufts L, 70–67 2.9.83 MIT W, 90–70 2.12.83 at Brandeis W, 54–53 2.14.83 Rhode Island L, 85–66 2.16.83 Clark L, 93–62 2.19.83 at WPI L, 85–67 2.21.83 Framingham State W, 85–58 1 — Babson, Babson Park, Mass.

REVIEW

RESULT L, 83–77 W, 74–62 L, 75–67 L, 87–85 L, 97–84 W, 98–89 W, 83–79 W, 88–85 W, 54–49 L, 93–84 W, 82–77 L, 69–64 L, 81–77 L, 59–51 L, 73–53 W, 92–63 L, 90–81 L, 84–71 L, 89–61 L, 55–43 L, 66–56 W, 84–65 L, 96–64 L, 89–65 L, 93–80

STAFF

1981–82

8–17

RAMS

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT 11.24.80 Bates 12.2.80 Univ. of New England 12.4.80 Southern Maine 12.6.80 Colby 12.10.80 at Southern Methodist 12.13.80 at Curry 1.10.81 Eastern Nazarene 1.13.81 Fitchburg State 1.15.81 at Nichols 1.16.81 Babson 1.20.81 at Barrington 1.22.81 at Salem State 1.24.81 at Lowell 1.27.81 Saint Anselm’s 1.30.81 at Merrimack 2.2.81 at Nasson 2.3.81 at Gordon 2.5.81 Hartford 2.7.81 at Tufts 2.11.81 MIT 2.14.81 at Brandeis 2.16.81 Rhode Island 2.18.81 at Clark 2.21.81 WPI 2.23.81 Framingham State

OUTLOOK

1980–81

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8–17

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.24.87 at Univ. of New England L, 87–83 11.28.87 at Colby L, 75–59 12.1.87 Bridgewater State W, 89–80 12.3.87 Southeastern Mass. L, 88–72 12.5.87 at Framingham State L, 67–63 12.7.87 at Salve Regina W, 73–71 12.27.87 at Salem State L, 91–74 12.28.87 1 - Bowdoin L, 70–53 1.9.88 at Eastern Nazarene W, 72–70 1.14.88 at Southern Maine L, 78–72 1.16.88 Norwich L, 85–82 1.20.88 Bates L, 105–102 OT 1.23.88 at Babson W, 69–65 1.28.88 at Fitchburg State L, 77–72 1.30.88 Tufts L, 83–68 2.1.88 at Brandeis L, 77–55 2.3.88 at Plymouth State L, 93–74 2.6.88 Baruch W, 91–68 2.8.88 at Curry W, 94–86 2.10.88 at Clark L, 86–64 2.13.88 at MIT L, 87–82 OT 2.15.88 Trinity W, 74–73 OT 2.18.88 Rhode Island L, 98–88 2.20.88 Nichols W, 110–88 2.24.88 WPI L, 98–82 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

1988–89

10–15

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.22.89 Univ. of New England L, 86–77 11.26.89 Framingham State W, 85–73 11.29.89 at Bridgewater State L, 86–66 12.1.89 at Southeastern Mass. L, 89–66 12.3.89 Colby L, 92–66 12.7.89 Salve Regina W, 83–72 12.10.88 1 — Worcester State L, 91–82 12.11.88 1 — Thomas W, 73–59 1.7.89 at WPI L, 78–61 1.12.89 Southern Maine L, 70–66 1.14.89 Eastern Nazarene L, 90–79 1.16.89 Merrimack L, 100–80 1.18.89 at Bates L, 77–76 1.21.89 Wentworth W, 80–73 1.24.89 at Brandeis L, 74–90 1.26.89 Fitchburg State W, 89–87 1.28.89 Coast Guard W, 95–88 2.2.89 Babson L, 102–101 2.4.89 at Tufts W, 79–78 2.7.89 Plymouth State L, 102–86 2.9.89 Curry W, 93–78 2.11.89 MIT L, 77–59 2.13.89 Clark W, 106–104 2.16.89 at Rhode Island L, 95–71 2.18.89 at Nichols W, 92–89 1 — Anna Maria, Paxton, Mass.

1989–90

9–17

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.20.89 at Univ. of New England L, 97–89 11.25.89 at Framingham State L, 72–54 11.28.89 Bridgewater State W, 94–85 11.30.89 Southeastern Mass. L, 78–65 12.2.89 at Colby L, 99–66 12.4.89 at Curry W, 84–66 12.8.89 at Salve Regina L, 76–66 12.27.89 at Salem State L, 102–85 12.30.89 1 — Westfield State W, 74–72

1.13.90 at Eastern Nazarene L, 77–67 1.17.90 Bates W, 79–66 1.20.90 at Wentworth W, 70–68 1.23.90 Brandeis L, 104–91 1.25.90 at Fitchburg W, 106–92 1.27.90 at Coast Guard L, 86–76 at Southern Maine L, 112–70 2.1.90 at Babson W, 65–63 2.3.90 Tufts L, 94–89 2.6.90 at Harvard L, 119–86 2.8.90 Rhode Island L, 103–99 2.10.90 at MIT L, 72–54 2.12.90 at Clark L, 120–83 2.14.90 at Plymouth State L, 100–77 2.17.90 Nichols W, 106–92 2.20.90 Wheaton W, 89–70 2.22.90 WPI L, 81–79 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

1990–91

9–17

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.16.90 1 - Gordon L, 72–68 11.18.90 1 - Univ. of New England W, 100–96 11.24.90 Framingham State L, 90–83 11.27.90 at Bridgewater State L, 81–65 11.29.90 at Southern Methodist L, 102–60 12.1.90 Colby L, 108–72 12.3.90 Curry W, 96–74 12.7.90 Salve Regina W, 99–83 1.12.91 Eastern Nazarene W, 90–79 1.14.91 at WPI L, 87–70 Bates L, 74–65 Wentworth W, 111–93 1.22.91 Brandeis L, 86–68 1.24.91 Fitchburg State L, 84–79 1.29.91 Southern Maine L, 95–64 Babson L, 105-85 2.2.91 at Tufts L, 101–80 2.5.91 UMass Boston L, 75–70 2.9.91 MIT L, 71–66 2.11.91 at Clark L, 74–71 2.13.91 Plymouth State L, 105–78 Carnegie Mellon L, 91–70 2.15.91 Colby Sawyer W, 80–65 2.19.91 at Wheaton W, 68–67 2.23.91 at Nichols W, 104–96 1 - Babson, Babson Park, Mass.

1991–92

12–12

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.23.91 Dartmouth W, 120–109 11.26.91 Bridgewater State W, 93–87 11.30.91 at Colby W, 84–79 12.2.91 at Curry W, 85–72 12.5.91 at Framingham State L, 71–64 12.7.91 at Salve Regina L, 70–66 12.28.91 at Salem State L, 99–68 12.28.91 1 - UMass Boston W, 98–91 OT 1.11.92 at Eastern Nazarene L, 72–68 1.13.92 at Wentworth L, 86–82 1.16.92 Bates L, 101–80 1.18.92 Brandeis W, 71–69 1.20.92 at Univ. of New England W, 79–73 1.23.92 at Fitchburg State L, 79–66 1.29.92 at Babson L, 90–63 2.1.92 Tufts L, 89–69 2.4.92 at UMass Boston L, 85–81 2.6.92 Worcester Tech W, 81–76 2.10.92 at Clark L, 84–58 2.12.92 Roger Williams W, 83–81

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2.15.92 at Colby Sawyer L, 92–88 2.18.92 Wheaton W, 102–92 2.22.92 Nichols W, 88–76 2.24.92 at MIT W, 72–61 1 - O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

1992–93

7–16

1993–94

10–13

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.20.92 1 — Wesleyan L, 73–62 11.21.92 1 — Wentworth W, 83–82 11.24.92 at Bridgewater State L, 74–63 11.28.92 Colby L, 75–58 12.1.92 Curry W, 74–56 12.3.92 Framingham State L, 82–71 12.5.92 Salve Regina W, 64–59 1.9.93 Eastern Nazarene L, 73–57 1.11.93 Wentworth W, 101–91 1.16.93 Brandeis L, 114–84 1.18.93 Univ. of New England L, 93–71 1.21.93 Fitchburg State W, 69-66 1.23.93 at Bates L, 90–54 1.26.93 Babson L, 89–78 1.28.93 MIT L, 92–79 1.30.93 at Tufts L, 99–72 2.2.93 UMass Boston W, 71–67 2.4.93 at WPI L, 93–74 2.8.93 at Roger Williams W, 89–48 2.10.93 Clark L, 85–80 2.18.93 at UMass Dartmouth L, 90–70 2.20.93 at Nichols L, 78–61 2.22.93 at Wheaton L, 88–61 1 - Babson College, Babson Park, Mass.

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT 11.19.93 at Williams 11.20.93 York 11.23.93 Bridgewater State 11.27.93 at Colby 11.30.93 at Salve Regina 12.4.93 at Curry 12.9.93 Brandeis 12.11.93 Bates 1.8.94 at Eastern Nazarene 1.13.94 at Wentworth 1.17.94 at Fitchburg State 1.20.94 Colby Sawyer 1.22.94 at Babson 1.25.94 at MIT 1.27.94 Tufts 1.29.94 Worcester Tech 2.3.94 at UMass Boston 2.5.94 Roger Williams 2.7.94 at Clark 2.9.94 UMass Dartmouth 2.12.94 Wheaton 2.17.94 Notre Dame 2.19.94 Nichols

1994–95

COACH: James Nelson DATE OPPONENT 11.18.94 1 - Framingham State 11.19.94 1 - Wentworth 11.22.94 at Bridgewater State 11.26.94 Clark 11.29.94 Curry 12.1.94 Salve Regina 12.3.94 at Roger Williams 12.8.94 at Brandeis

RESULT L, 91–59 L, 86–79 W, 99–98 L, 96–59 W, 87–75 W, 94–78 L, 79–74 W, 92–71 L, 86–79 W, 131–109 W, 85–71 L, 87–72 L, 114–69 W, 84–78 L, 93–81 L, 91–71 L, 89–80 W, 93–77 L, 93–56 L, 100–63 L, 73–57 W, 96–62 W, 89–81

11–14 RESULT L, 79–76 W, 94–54 L, 99–70 L, 71–67 L, 86–80 W, 79–76 L, 92–72 L, 104–69


YEARLY RESULTS

3–21

12–13

1999–2000

13–12 (8–8 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Denis McHugh DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.19.99 vs. Western Connecticut L, 86–64 11.20.99 vs. Albertus Magnus W, 72–66 11.23.99 at Wentworth W, 50–48 11.27.99 at MIT W, 84–76 11.30.99 Tufts L, 76–74 OT 12.2.99 UMass Boston W, 83–81 12.7.99 Brandeis L, 98–85

2001–02

17–11 (10–3 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Denis McHugh DATE OPPONENT 11.17.01 1 — Roger Williams 11.18.01 at Ramapo 11.24.01 at MIT 11.27.01 Tufts 11.29.01 UMass Boston 12.1.01 at Bowdoin 12.2.01 2 — Bates 12.4.01 Brandeis 12.6.01 at Wesleyan 12.8.01 at Babson 1.12.02 Rivier * 1.15.02 at Emmanuel *

RESULT W, 79–74 L, 97–74 L, 66–65 L, 71–64 W, 77–65 L, 72–60 W, 91–81 W, 79–75 L, 96–78 L, 79–65 W, 81–62 W, 91–73

RAMMANCA

HEAD COACH: Denis McHugh DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.18.98 at Babson L, 81–73 11.21.98 at MA College of Pharmacy W, 86–45 11.24.98 Bridgewater State L, 85–65 11.28.98 MIT L, 79–73 12.1.98 at Tufts L, 66–57 12.3.98 at WPI W, 83–80 12.5.98 at Roger Williams L, 67–60 12.8.98 Emerson W, 98–90 12.9.98 Eastern Nazarene W, 86–63 1.9.99 Nichols L, 72–69 1.14.99 at Bates L, 79–78 1.19.99 Salve Regina W, 92–74 Fitchburg State W, 78–69 1.23.99 at Trinity L, 86–60 Curry W, 79–77 1.28.99 at Brandeis L, 86–73 2.2.99 at Middlebury L, 96–75 2.4.99 Framingham State W, 77–72 OT 2.12.00 Clark W, 76–70 2.13.99 at Univ. of New England W, 86–82 2.16.99 Wentworth L, 83–71 2.18.99 at UMass Boston L, 113–95 2.20.99 Babson L, 93–74 2.22.99 Johnson & Wales W, 94–73 2.24.99 Western New England W, 79–72

17–10 (12–4 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Denis McHugh DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.17.00 1 — Salve Regina W, 92–89 11.18.00 1 — Fitchburg State W, 93–83 11.25.00 MIT W, 71–43 11.28.00 at Tufts L, 83–68 11.30.00 at UMass Boston L, 97–96 OT 12.5.00 at Brandeis L, 101–76 12.7.00 Wesleyan W, 93–79 1.9.01 Johnson & Wales * W, 90–77 1.11.01 Norwich * W, 76–60 1.16.01 Southern Vermont * W, 102–51 1.18.01 at Rivier * W, 96–74 1.20.01 Daniel Webster * W, 100–66 1.23.01 at Albertus Magnus * W, 79–50 1.25.01 at Johnson & Wales * L, 84–73 1.27.01 Babson W, 69–55 1.30.01 at Southern Vermont * W, 89–57 2.1.01 at Daniel Webster * W, 87–68 2.3.01 Western New England * L, 78–72 2.6.01 Emerson * L, 81–75 2.8.01 Albertus Magnus * W, 96–72 2.10.01 at Western New England * W, 70–66 2.13.01 at Emerson * W, 65–64 2.15.01 Norwich * W, 87–70 2.18.01 Rivier * W, 79–73 2.20.01 Norwich % W, 90–81 2.23.01 2 — Western New England % L, 99–84 2.28.01 at Williams $ L, 77–68 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament $ — ECAC Tournament 1 — Babson, Babson Park, Mass. 2 — Johnson & Wales, Providence, R.I.

POST SEASON

RESULT L, 85–75 L, 89–64 W, 71–69 W, 108–91 L, 109–57 W, 71–64 W, 86–72 L, 77–63 L, 90–81 L, 86–50 L, 88–72 L, 57–56 OT L, 73–65 L, 89–75 W, 72–71 OT L, 77–76 L, 92–75 L, 85–60 W, 78–71 L, 97–84

1998–99

2000–01

HONORS

6–17

6–19

HEAD COACH: Denis McHugh DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.21.97 at Williams L, 107–57 11.22.97 at Curry L, 74–62 11.30.97 Brandeis L, 94–75 12.2.97 Tufts L, 94–69 12.6.97 Roger Williams L, 84–76 12.9.97 at Eastern Nazarene L, 62–55 1.13.98 at Nichols L, 67–59 1.15.98 Bates W, 62–54 1.17.98 at Connecticut College L, 107–57 1.20.98 at Salve Regina L, 81–63 1.22.98 at Fitchburg State L, 77–65 1.24.98 Trinity L, 81–66 1.27.98 Nichols W, 54–51 at Clark L, 72–61 1.31.98 Maine Maritime W, 79–70 2.1.98 Binghamton L, 74–64 at MIT L, 65–60 2.5.98 WPI L, 76–70 at Curry W, 93–92 OT at Babson L, 86–72 2.14.98 Univ. of New England W, 80–73 at Wentworth L, 81–48 2.19.98 UMass Boston L, 86–73 2.21.98 at Framingham State W, 65–64 2.24.98 Wheaton L, 100–83

at Johnson & Wales * L, 74–70 Norwich * W, 76–75 at Southern Vermont * W, 93–78 Rivier * L, 75–72 at Daniel Webster * W, 84–55 Johnson & Wales * W, 91–48 at Babson W, 86–65 Southern Vermont * W, 95–77 Daniel Webster * W, 98–72 at Western New England * L, 76–70 at Emerson * L, 89–87 at Albertus Magnus * L, 71–70 Western New England * L, 91–85 OT Emerson * L, 89–87 at Norwich * L, 85–73 at Rivier * W, 82–74 Albertus Magnus * W, 107–95 at Norwich % L, 88–81 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament

RECORDS

HEAD COACH: Denis McHugh DATE OPPONENT 11.22.96 at Babson 11.23.96 at Virginia Wesleyan 11.25.96 at Bridgewater State 11.27.96 at Nichols 11.29.96 UMass Boston 11.30.96 UMaine Fort Kent 12.3.96 Curry 12.5.96 at Brandeis 12.7.96 at Roger Williams 1.11.97 Eastern Nazarene 1.14.97 at Bates 1.16.97 MIT 1.18.97 Connecticut College 1.21.97 Salve Regina 1.23.97 Fitchburg State 1.30.97 Clark 2.1.97 at Tufts 2.6.97 at WPI 2.8.97 Maine Maritime 2.11.97 Babson

1997–98

1.11.00 1.13.00 1.17.00 1.20.00 1.22.00 1.27.00 1.29.00 2.1.00 2.3.00 2.5.00 2.8.00 2.9.00 2.12.00 2.15.00 2.17.00 2.19.00 2.21.00 2.24.00

RESULTS RESULTS

1996–97

at Univ. of New England L, 101–79 Wentworth L, 77–66 at Wheaton W, 101–89

REVIEW

INTERIM HEAD COACH: Denis McHugh CAPTAINS: Mark Bouchard, Jason Wooten DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.17.95 at Babson L, 109–69 11.18.95 1 — Framingham State L, 78–73 11.21.95 Bridgewater State W, 76–73 11.28.95 at Curry W, 103–102 11.30.95 at Salve Regina L, 71–57 12.2.95 Roger Williams L, 66–59 12.5.95 Nichols L, 76–73 12.7.95 Brandeis L, 82–77 12.9.95 Bates L, 92–75 12.29.95 at Salem State L, 83–59 12.30.95 2 — Eastern Connecticut St. L, 79–59 1.6.95 at Eastern Nazarene L, 82–74 1.11.96 at MIT L, 73–53 1.13.96 at Connecticut College L, 97–65 1.18.96 at Fitchburg State L, 84–80 1.24.96 at Clark L, 78–58 1.27.96 Tufts L, 87–83 2.1.96 WPI L, 65–61 2.3.96 UMass Boston L, 86–64 2.6.96 at Babson L, 100–50 2.10.96 Univ. of New England L, 102–78 2.13.96 at Wentworth L, 87–65 2.15.96 at Notre Dame W, 72-67 2.20.96 Wheaton L, 71–70 1 — Babson, Babson Park, Mass. 2 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

2.15.97 2.18.97 2.25.97

STAFF

1995–96

L, 108–95 W, 92–86 W, 92–65 W, 82–75 W, 69–68 L, 97–92 W, 70–69 L, 99–64 L, 63–61 L, 97–70 L, 86–61 L, 92–82 L, 100–76 L, 81–72 W, 108–83 W, 102–79 W, 90–86

RAMS

at Bates Eastern Nazarene Wentworth Connecticut College US Merchant Marines at Univ. of New England Fitchburg State at Colby Sawyer MIT at Tufts at WPI at UMass Boston Babson at Wheaton Notre Dame Maine Maritime at Nichols

OUTLOOK

12.10.94 1.7.95 1.12.95 1.14.95 1.15.95 1.17.95 1.19.95 1.21.95 1.26.95 1.28.95 2.2.95 2.4.95 2.7.95 2.14.95 2.16.95 2.18.95 2.21.95

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YEARLY RESULTS 1.17.02 1.19.02 1.21.02 1.24.02 1.26.02 1.29.02 2.2.02 2.5.02 2.7.02 2.9.02 2.14.02 2.16.02 2.20.02 2.22.02 2.23.02 2.28.02

at Albertus Magnus * W, 83–78 Norwich * W, 80–68 Emerson * L, 83–71 at Johnson & Wales * W, 94–80 at Daniel Webster * W, 95–68 Salve Regina L, 80–73 at Western New England * W, 83–70 Johnson & Wales * W, 97–81 at Emerson * L, 80–76 at Southern Vermont * L, 90–86 Albertus Magnus * W, 110–97 Emmanuel * W, 94–74 Emmanuel % W, 89–61 3 — Southern Vermont % W, 95–71 3 — Johnson & Wales % W, 76–71 at Clark $ L, 84–77 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament $ — NCAA Tournament 1 — Rampo, Mahwah, New Jersey 2 — Bowdoin, Brunswick, Maine 3 — Springfield, Mass.

2002–03

12–14 (10–8 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Denis McHugh DATE OPPONENT RESULT 11.22.02 1 — Anna Maria W, 92–59 11.23.02 at Babson L, 97–71 11.26.02 at Northeastern L, 104–50 11.30.02 MIT W, 72–63 12.3.02 at Brandeis L, 85–69 12.5.02 at UMass Boston L, 70–69 1.11.03 Western New England * W, 88–74 1.14.03 at Albertus Magnus * L, 83–71 1.16.03 Babson L, 90–58 1.18.03 Norwich * L, 65–63 1.20.03 Southern Vermont * L, 88–86 1.23.03 at Johnson & Wales * W, 88–85 1.25.03 at Daniel Webster * W, 82–74 1.28.03 Emmanuel * L, 60–57 1.30.03 Emerson * W, 100–65 2.1.03 at Western New England * L, 102–79 2.4.03 Johnson & Wales * W, 77–71 2.6.03 at Emerson * W, 86–79 2.8.03 at Southern Vermont * W, 79–76 2.11.03 Rivier * W, 82–68 2.13.03 Daniel Webster * L, 86–82 2.15.03 at Emmanuel * W, 81–61 2.18.03 at Norwich * L, 76–61 2.20.03 Albertus Magnus * L, 102–99 2.22.03 at Rivier * W, 83–73 2.26.03 at Western New England % L, 79–62 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Babson, Babson Park, Mass.

2003–04

13–13 (11–7 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Denis McHugh DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.22.03 1 — Baruch W, 73–70 11.23.03 at Ramapo L, 109–86 11.29.03 at MIT L, 69–57 12.2.03 at Northeastern L, 93–56 12.4.03 UMass Boston W, 95–86 1.10.04 at Western New England * W, 81–75 1.13.04 Albertus Magnus * W, 79–71 1.15.04 at Babson L, 85–68 1.17.04 at Norwich * L, 92–68 1.18.04 Southern Vermont * W, 78–75 1.20.04 Brandeis L, 81–72 1.22.04 Johnson & Wales * L, 85–81 OT 1.24.04 Daniel Webster * W, 83–61

1.27.04 1.29.04 1.31.04 2.3.04 2.5.04 2.7.04 2.10.04 2.12.04 2.14.04 2.17.04 2.19.04 2.21.04 2.24.04

Emmanuel * L, 84–76 at Emerson * L, 69–67 Western New England * L, 77–68 at Johnson & Wales * L, 77–54 Emerson * W, 82–68 at Southern Vermont * W, 87–85 at Rivier * W, 77–61 at Daniel Webster * W, 75–61 at Emmanuel * L, 90–87 OT Norwich * W, 76–73 at Albertus Magnus * W, 84–67 Rivier * W, 83–78 Emerson % L, 85–68 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Rampo, Mahwah, New Jersey

2004–05

8–18 (6–12 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Denis McHugh DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.19.04 Framingham State L, 63–56 11.21.04 at New Hampshire L, 89–55 11.27.04 MIT W, 69–68 12.2.04 at UMass Boston W, 77–76 OT 12.4.04 at Brandeis L, 73–57 12.8.04 Tufts L, 88–70 1.8.05 Western New England * L, 72–57 1.11.05 at Albertus Magnus * W, 95–75 1.13.05 Babson L, 84–71 1.15.05 Norwich * L, 65–58 1.17.05 Southern Vermont * W, 89–77 1.19.05 at Johnson & Wales * L, 67–65 1.22.05 at Daniel Webster * W, 75–70 1.25.05 at Emmanuel * L, 89–59 1.27.05 Emerson * L, 62–59 1.29.05 at Western New England * L, 70–58 1.31.05 Johnson & Wales * W, 76–69 2.3.05 at Emerson * L, 54–43 2.5.05 at Southern Vermont * L, 87–71 2.8.05 Rivier * W, 90–75 2.10.05 Daniel Webster * L, 84–74 2.12.05 Emmanuel * L, 74–70 2.15.05 at Norwich * L, 92–55 2.17.05 Albertus Magnus * W, 79–66 2.19.05 at Rivier * L, 76–64 2.22.05 at Emerson % L, 85–54 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament

2005–06

11–15 (9–9 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Adam Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.18.05 1 — Bridgewater State L, 84–75 11.19.05 1 — Univ. of New England L, 90–75 11.22.05 Brandeis L, 79–70 11.26.05 at MIT L, 84–46 11.29.05 at Norwich * L, 71–60 12.1.05 UMass Boston W, 94–88 12.7.05 Western Connecticut State L, 85–80 12.10.05 at Western New England * L, 79–74 1.10.06 Albertus Magnus * W, 106–66 1.12.06 at Babson W, 80–76 OT 1.14.06 Norwich * L, 86–76 1.16.06 at Southern Vermont * W, 80–72 1.18.06 Johnson & Wales * W, 76–75 1.21.06 Daniel Webster * W, 86–55 1.24.06 at Emmanuel * L, 83–68 1.26.06 at Emerson * L, 81–70 1.28.06 Western New England * W, 78–67 1.30.06 at Johnson & Wales * L, 76–60 2.2.06 Emerson * L, 81–66 2.4.06 Southern Vermont * L, 93–90 OT

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2.7.06 2.9.06 2.11.06 2.16.06 2.18.06 2.21.06

at Rivier * W, 93–88 at Daniel Webster * W, 95–80 Emmanuel * L, 89–83 at Albertus Magnus * L, 85–73 Rivier * L, 94–83 OT at Western New England % L, 95–66 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Middletown, Conn.

2006–07

9–18 (7–9 GNAC)

2007–08

4–21 (3–15 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Adam Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.17.06 1 — Wesleyan L, 79–58 11.18.06 1 — Fitchburg State W, 91–89 11.21.06 at Brandeis L, 87–60 11.25.06 MIT L, 94–81 11.30.06 at UMass Boston L, 77–63 12.2.06 Emmanuel * W, 85–78 12.4.06 Westfield State L, 86–61 12.6.06 at Western Connecticut St. L, 88–76 12.9.06 at Rivier * W, 74–66 1.9.07 at Western New England * L, 78–55 1.11.07 Southern Vermont * L, 88–64 1.13.07 at Emmanuel * L, 96–70 1.15.07 Albertus Magnus * W, 87–63 1.17.07 at Johnson & Wales * W, 97–91 2OT 1.20.07 at Daniel Webster * L, 89-88 OT 1.23.07 Emerson * L, 77–72 1.25.07 Rivier * W, 92–90 1.27.07 Norwich * L, 76–74 1.29.07 Western New England * L, 87–69 1.31.07 Lesley L, 93–90 2.3.07 at Albertus Magnus * L, 97–88 2.6.07 Johnson & Wales * W, 99–94 2.10.07 Daniel Webster * L, 95–58 2.13.07 at Emerson * L, 86–67 2.17.07 at Norwich * L, 87–79 2.20.07 at Emerson % W, 80–75 2.22.07 at Rivier % L, 94–82 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — UMass Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, Mass.

HEAD COACH: Adam Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.16.07 1 — Clark L, 85–71 11.17.07 1 — Castleton L, 102–77 11.20.07 Brandeis L, 89–59 11.24.07 at MIT L, 83–51 11.30.07 UMass Boston W, 78–70 12.1.07 Rivier * L, 91–80 12.4.07 at Westfield State L, 72–61 12.6.07 at New England College L, 66–65 12.8.07 at Emmanuel * L, 68–55 1.8.08 at Albertus Magnus * W, 93–88 1.10.08 Emmanuel * L, 116–73 1.12.08 Johnson & Wales * L, 102–88 1.15.08 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 93–73 1.17.08 at Mount Ida * L, 100–90 1.21.08 at Johnson & Wales * L, 90–74 1.24.08 Emerson * L, 108–89 1.26.08 Norwich * L, 72–60 2.2.08 at Lasell * L, 101–64 2.4.08 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 84–71 2.6.08 Daniel Webster * L, 91–90 2.9.08 at Emerson * L, 83–66 2.12.08 at Rivier * L, 85–75 2.16.08 Lasell * L, 90–63 2.19.08 at Norwich * W, 93–85 2.23.08 Albertus Magnus % W, 83–80


YEARLY RESULTS 2008-09

3–22 (2–16 GNAC)

9–17 (6–12 GNAC)

HONORS POST SEASON RAMMANCA

HEAD COACH: Adam Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.9.13 at New Hampshire # L, 94–70 11.16.13 1 — Western New England W, 95–84 11.17.13 1 — Bard L, 85–75 11.19.13 at Eastern Nazarene L, 90–76 11.23.13 Daniel Webster L, 84–73 11.26.13 UMass Boston L, 79–68 12.1.13 at New England College W, 111–101 12.3.13 Rivier * W, 91–84 12.5.13 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 92–70 12.7.13 at Albertus Magnus * L, 99–62 1.4.14 at Emerson W, 85–80 1.7.14 Anna Maria * W, 74–71 1.9.14 at Johnson & Wales * L, 86–61 1.11.14 Albertus Magnus * L, 94–73 1.15.14 at Norwich * W, 83–77 1.18.14 at Rivier * W, 73–68 1.25.14 Emmanuel * L, 94–88 1.29.14 at Anna Maria * L, 80–58 2.1.14 at Mount Ida * W, 79–57 2.6.14 Johnson & Wales * L, 87–63 2.8.14 at Lasell * L, 103–75 2.11.14 Mount Ida * W, 81–69 2.15.14 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 70–63 2.18.14 at Emmanuel * L, 85-75 2.20.14 Lasell * L, 88–74 2.22.14 Norwich * L, 75–70 2.25.14 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) % L, 80–72 # — Exhibition Contest * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Connecticut College, New London, Conn.

RECORDS

2013–14

RESULTS RESULTS

9–16 (3-7 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Adam Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.11.11 at New Hampshire # L, 63–52 11.15.11 at Eastern Nazarene W, 67–64 11.18.11 1 — Mass. Liberal Arts L, 86–68 OT 11.19.11 1 — UMaine August W, 90–54 11.26.11 at MIT L, 81–59 11.29.11 at Daniel Webster W, 73–60 12.1.11 UMass Boston L, 100–98 OT 12.3.11 Emerson * L, 90–74 12.8.11 at Johnson & Wales * W, 74–54 12.10.11 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 84–67 1.7.12 Albertus Magnus * L, 89–77 1.10.12 at Emmanuel * W, 77–74 1.12.12 at Norwich * L, 67–64 1.14.12 Lasell * L, 89–77 1.17.12 at Tufts L, 98–65 1.19.12 at Rivier * L, 76–63 1.21.12 Norwich * W, 75–67 1.24.12 Rivier * W, 70–67 1.26.12 at Lasell * W, 92–76 1.28.12 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 79–55 1.30.12 at Albertus Magnus * L, 110–70 2.2.12 Johnson & Wales * L, 90–78 2.4.12 at Emerson * L, 74–64 2.7.12 Emmanuel * L, 93–76 2.14.12 Mount Ida * W, 82–76 2.18.12 at Anna Maria * L, 78–66 # — Exhibition Contest * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Endicott, Beverly, Mass.

10–16 (8–10 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Adam Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.10.12 at New Hampshire # L, 91–51 11.16.12 1 — UMaine Fort Kent L, 59–52 11.17.12 at Roger Williams L, 69–52 11.20.12 Eastern Nazarene L, 90–82 11.29.12 at UMass Boston L, 92–78 12.1.12 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * W, 77–68 12.3.12 New England College W, 100–76 12.6.12 Norwich * W, 92–65 12.8.12 Tufts L, 111–76 1.5.13 at Emmanuel * L, 97–87 1.8.13 Johnson & Wales * L, 82–75 1.10.13 at Plymouth State L, 82–56 1.12.13 at Lasell * L, 71–65 1.15.13 at Albertus Magnus * L, 95–76 1.17.13 Emmanuel * L, 87–84 1.19.13 at Johnson & Wales * L, 80–64 1.21.13 at Norwich * W, 78–58 1.24.13 at Rivier * W, 69–66 1.26.13 Mount Ida * W, 84–74 1.28.13 at Anna Maria * L, 83–67 1.31.13 Albertus Magnus * W, 92–91 2.2.13 Lasell * L, 66–64 2.5.13 Anna Maria * L, 74–61 2.12.13 at Mount Ida * W, 78–65 2.14.13 at Emerson * L, 73–71 OT 2.16.13 Rivier * W, 70–59 2.19.13 at Johnson & Wales % L, 72–71 # — Exhibition Contest * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Roger Williams, Bristol, R.I.

REVIEW

6–19 (2–16 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Adam Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.14.09 at New Hampshire # L, 91–45 11.17.09 at Eastern Nazarene W, 71–58 11.21.09 1 — UMaine Presque Isle W, 103–82 11.22.09 at New England College W, 78–69 11.24.09 1 — Salve Regina W, 73–71 11.28.09 at MIT L, 85–50 12.3.09 UMass Boston L, 90–81 12.5.09 Johnson & Wales * L, 95–80 12.10.09 Nichols L, 65–57 12.12.09 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 83–64 1.9.10 Lasell * W, 84–74 OT 1.12.10 Emmanuel * L, 67–65 1.14.10 Norwich * L, 82–66 1.16.10 at Mount Ida * L, 80–74 1.18.10 Rivier * L, 66–62 1.23.10 at Albertus Magnus * L, 96–73 1.25.10 Emerson * L, 95–55 1.28.10 at Johnson & Wales * L, 88–69 1.30.10 at Rivier * L, 91–81 2.1.10 at Lasell * L, 92–64 2.4.10 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 75–66 2.6.10 at Emmanuel * W, 71–54 2.9.10 at Norwich * L, 60–59 2.13.10 Mount Ida * L, 78–71 2.16.10 at Emerson * L, 79–55 2.20.10 Albertus Magnus * L, 77–63 # — Exhibition Contest * — GNAC Contest 1 — New England College, Henniker, N.H.

2011–12

2012–13

STAFF

2009-10

8–18 (6–12 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Adam Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.16.10 Eastern Nazarene W, 76–69 11.20.10 1 — UMaine Presque Isle W, 83–70 11.21.10 at New England College L, 84–70 11.23.10 at Lasell * W, 85–84 OT 11.27.10 MIT L, 86–47 11.30.10 Daniel Webster L, 79–65 12.2.10 at UMass Boston L, 81–78 OT 12.4.10 Johnson & Wales L, 96–88 12.6.10 at Eastern Connecticut St. L, 90–55 12.11.10 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * W, 77–71 1.11.11 at Emmanuel * L, 66–53 1.13.11 at Norwich * L, 64–57 1.15.11 Mount Ida * W, 77–66 1.17.11 at Rivier * L, 72–58 1.22.11 Albertus Magnus * L, 89–77 1.25.11 at Emerson * L, 59–52 1.29.11 Rivier * L, 92–75 2.3.11 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 80–75 2.5.11 Emmanuel * L, 81–69 2.8.11 Norwich * W, 72–62 2.10.11 at Johnson & Wales * L, 95–77 2.12.11 at Mount Ida * L, 93–64 2.15.11 Emerson * W, 94–72 2.17.11 Lasell * W, 97–87 2.19.11 at Albertus Magnus * L, 97–65 2.22.11 at Johnson & Wales % L, 96–63 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — New England College, Henniker, N.H.

RAMS

HEAD COACH: Adam Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.16.08 at New Hampshire # L, 101–50 11.18.08 at Nichols L, 80–62 11.22.08 Eastern Nazarene L, 64–63 11.25.08 at Salve Regina L, 81–48 11.29.08 MIT L, 99–56 12.4.08 at UMass Boston L, 88–64 12.6.08 Albertus Magnus * L, 88–65 1.2.09 at Univ. of New England L, 92–76 1.3.09 1 — vs. UMaine Fort Kent W, 67–63 1.7.09 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 88–76 1.10.09 Emerson * L, 88–81 1.13.09 at Rivier * L, 93–75 1.17.09 Johnson & Wales * L, 80–65 1.19.09 at Johnson & Wales * L, 79–75 1.21.09 at Emmanuel * L, 82–59 1.24.09 at Norwich * W, 82–77 1.29.09 at Mount Ida * L, 81–79 1.31.09 Lasell * W, 112–107 2.2.09 at Emerson * L, 70–51 2.5.09 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 86–51 2.7.09 at Albertus Magnus * L, 92–80 2.10.09 Rivier * L, 93–80 2.14.09 at Lasell * L, 98–71 2.17.09 Norwich * L, 86–67 2.19.09 Mount Ida * L, 86–70 2.21..09 Emmanuel * L, 82–75 # — Exhibition Contest * — GNAC Contest 1 — University of New England, Biddford, Maine

2010-11

OUTLOOK

* — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Bristol, R.I.

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YEARLY RESULTS 2014–15

8–18 (5–13 GNAC)

2015–16

8–18 (6-12 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: Adam Nelson DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.14.14 at SNHU # L, 94–36 11.15.14 1 — Fitchburg State L, 86–61 11.16.14 1 — Lesley W, 83–64 11.18.14 at Daniel Webster L, 90–88 11.20.14 at UMass Boston L, 86–56 11.22.14 Wheelock W, 100–85 11.30.14 New England College W, 96–81 12.2.14 Norwich * W, 80–58 12.4.14 at Anna Maria * W, 84–82 12.6.14 Albertus Magnus * L, 98–84 1.4.15 Emerson L, 79–64 1.6.15 Emmanuel * L, 84–75 1.8.15 at Rivier * W, 79–70 1.10.15 at Johnson & Wales * L, 94–57 1.14.15 at Lasell * L, 73–63 1.17.15 Rivier * W, 73–68 1.19.15 at Norwich * W, 82–78 1.31.15 at Mount Ida * L, 73–52 2.4.15 Johnson & Wales * L, 97–60 2.7.15 at Albertus Magnus * L, 113-70 2.11.15 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 76–69 2.12.15 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * W, 66–55 2.14.15 Mount Ida * L, 72–69 2.17.15 Anna Maria * L, 88–79 2.19.15 Lasell * L, 83–76 2.21.15 at Emmanuel * L, 69–59 2.24.15 at Albertus Magnus % L, 108–82 # — Exhibition Contest * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Roger Williams, Bristol, R.I.

HEAD COACH: Jeff Juron DATE OPPONENT RESULTS 11.14.15 UMass Boston L, 72–61 11.20.15 1 — Worcester State L, 77–64 11.21.15 1 — Johnson State W, 83–65 11.24.15 at Salve Regina L, 73–71 11.29.15 at New England College W, 76–73 12.1.15 Albertus Magnus * L, 80–70 12.3.15 at Johnson & Wales * L, 92–48 12.5.15 Emmanuel * W, 79–72 12.14.15 Wheelock L, 78–73 1.3.16 at Emerson L, 73–54 1.7.16 Mount Ida * L, 74–66 1.9.16 at Rivier * W, 53–51 1.13.16 at Norwich * L, 67–51 1.16.16 Johnson & Wales * L, 90–50 1.18.16 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 62-56 1.21.16 Lasell * L, 88-56 1.23.16 Anna Maria * L, 88–71 1.27.16 at Albertus Magnus * L, 72–56 1.30.16 at Emmanuel * L, 68–58 2.3.16 at Anna Maria * L, 81–70 2.6.16 Norwich * W, 88–58 2.9.16 at Mount Ida * W, 81–75 2.13.16 Rivier * L, 62–61 2.16.16 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * W, 58–53 2.20.16 at Lasell * W, 67–66 2.23.16 at Lasell % L, 78–64 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Amherst, Amherst, Mass.

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SITUATIONAL GAMES Date Opponent

Result

Date Opponent 1.9.10 11.23.10 12.1.11 2.14.13

Date Opponent

Result

WHEN SUFFOLK SCORES 100

Record........................................................ 55–1 Last 100–Point Game 11.22.14 Wheelock W, 100–85 Last Win When Scoring 100 11.22.14 Wheelock W, 100–85 Last Loss When Scoring 100 1.20.88 Bates L, 105–102 OT. Last GNAC Win When Scoring 100 1.31.09 Lasell * W, 112–107 Last GNAC Loss When Scoring 100 Never Last Back–To–Back 100–Point Games 2.16.95 Notre Dame W, 108–83 2.18.95 Maine Maritime W, 102–79

POST SEASON RAMMANCA

Nichols W, 106–92 2 — Univ. of New England W, 100–96 Wentworth W, 111–93 at Nichols W, 104–96 Dartmouth W, 120–109 Wheaton W, 102–92 Wentworth W, 101–91 at Wentworth W, 131–103 Notre Dame W, 108–83 Maine Maritime W, 102–79 at Curry W, 103–102 at Wheaton W, 101–89 Albertus Magnus * W, 107–95 Southern Vermont * W, 102–51 Daniel Webster * W, 100–66 Albertus Magnus * W, 110–97 Emerson * W, 100–65 Albertus Magnus * W, 106–66 Lasell * W, 112–107 3 — UMaine Presque Isle W, 103–82 New England College W, 100–76 at New England College W, 111–101 Wheelock W, 100–85 * GNAC Contest 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass. 2 — Babson, Babson Park, Mass. 3 — New England College, Henniker, N.H.

HONORS

2.17.90 11.18.90 1990–91 2.23.91 11.23.91 2.18.92 1.11.93 1.13.94 2.16.95 2.18.95 11.28.95 2.25.97 2.21.00 1.16.01 1.20.01 2.14.02 1.30.03 1.10.06 1.31.09 11.21.09 12.3.12 12.1.13 11.22.14

All–Time OT Games..................................... 32 Record...................................................... 14–18 All–Time 2OT Games......................................2 2OT Record................................................... 1–1 Last OT Game 2.14.13 at Emerson L, 73-71 OT The Last OT Win 11.23.10 at Lasell * W, 85–84 OT The Last OT Loss 2.14.13 at Emerson L, 73-71 OT Last OT GNAC Game 11.23.10 at Lasell * W, 85–84 OT Last OT GNAC Win 11.23.10 at Lasell * W, 85–84 OT Last OT GNAC Loss 1.20.07 at Daniel Webster * L, 89–88 OT Last Back–To–Back OT Games 1.17.07 at Johnson & Wales * W, 97–91 2 OT 1.20.07 at Daniel Webster * L, 89–88 OT Most OT Points Scored 1.20.88 102, vs. Bates L, 105–102 OT Most OT Points Allowed 1.20.88 105, Bates L, 105–102 OT

RECORDS

Result

WPI W, 103–90 Gorham State W, 106–84 Nichols W, 115–94 Gordon W, 107–85 Curry W, 110–70 New England College W, 101–69 Eastern Nazarene W, 104–78 Hawthorne W, 100–89 Hellenic W, 103–68 Nichols W, 104–79 Curry W, 102–54 New England College W, 109–85 Framingham State W, 105–85 Lowell W, 103–96 Nichols W, 103–97 UMaine Portlane Gorham W, 101–91 NIchols W, 104–69 Clark W, 109–90 Curry W, 124–86 Fitchburg State W, 117–80 Mass. Maritime W, 108–84 Nasson W, 112–84 Curry W, 110–91 Nichols W, 118–88 1 — Curry W, 108–88 Univ. of New England W, 107–104 at Curry W, 108–83 Maine Maritime W, 105–754 at Univ. of New England W, 100–75 Bates L, 105–102 OT Nichols W, 110–88 Clark W, 106–104 at Fitchburg State W, 106–92

SUFFOLK IN OVERTIME

RESULTS RESULTS

12.9.67 12.13.67 12.15.67 1.30.68 2.24.68 2.28.68 1.8.69 2.21.69 2.26.69 1969–70 1969–70 1969–70 1.27.71 2.27.73 1973–74 12.3.74 1.20.76 2.12.76 2.24.76 12.3.76 11.29.77 12.2.77 12.10.77 1.19.78 11.25.84 11.27.84 12.11.84 2.8.85 11.23.85 1.20.88 2.20.88 2.13.89 1.25.90

REVIEW

100–POINT GAMES

Date Opponent

Result

Lasell * W, 84–74 OT at Lasell * W, 85–84 OT UMass Boston L, 100–98 OT at Emerson L, 73–71 OT * GNAC Contest 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

STAFF

Gordon L, 97–88 2OT Nichols L, 81–79 OT Gordon L, 86–81 OT Barrington W, 91–87 OT MIT W, 77–72 OT 1 — Curry L, 85–83 OT at Framingham State L, 59–57 OT Southern Maine W, 80–78 OT at Salem State L, 71–67 OT Eastern Nazarene W, 95–94 OT Newport W, 61–54 OT Bates L, 105–102 OT at MIT L, 87–82 OT Trinity W, 74–73 OT 1 — UMass Boston W, 98–91 OT MIT L, 57–56 OT at Curry W, 93–92 OT Framingham State W, 77–72 OT Tufts L, 76–74 OT Western New England * L, 91–85 OT Johnson & Wales * L, 85–81 OT at Emmanuel * L, 90–87 OT at UMass Boston W, 77–76 OT at Babson W, 80–76 OT Southern Vermont * L, 93–90 OT Rivier * L, 94–83 OT at Johnson & Wales * W, 97–91 2OT at Daneil Webster * L, 89–88 OT

RAMS

2.15.72 12.12.72 2.2.73 1973–74 1973–74 1.6.80 2.22.82 12.3.82 1.3.83 1.12.85 1.27.87 1.20.88 2.13.88 2.15.88 12.28.91 1.16.97 1997–98 2.4.99 11.30.99 2.12.00 1.22.04 2.14.04 12.2.04 1.12.06 2.4.06 2.18.06 1.17.07 1.20.07

OUTLOOK

OVERTIME GAMES

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THE LAST TIME THE LAST TIME THE RAMS ...

Scored 100 Points............................................................................................................ 100 vs. Wheelock, Nov. 22, 2014, W, 100–85 Scored 90 Points............................................................................................. 96 vs. New England College, Nov. 30, 2014, W, 96–81 Scored 80 Points.......................................................................................................................81 at Mount Ida, Feb. 9, 2016, W, 81–75 Scored 70 Points........................................................................................................................81 at Mount Ida, Feb. 9, 2016, W, 81–75 Shot 50% From The Field.......................................................................................55.2 (32–58) vs. Norwich, Feb. 6, 2016, W, 88–58 Shot Under 30% From the Field............................................................................ 21.0 (13–62) at Mount Ida, Jan. 31, 2015, L, 73–52 Made 15+ Three–Pointers...............................................................................................................15 vs. Rivier, Jan. 12, 2015, W, 73–58 Made 10+ Three–Pointers...............................................................................................................12 at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016, L, 78–64 Had 50+ Rebounds................................................................................................................ 50 vs. Mount Ida, Feb. 14, 2015, L, 73–69 Had 20+ Assists......................................................................................................................... 24 at Emerson, Jan. 4, 2014, W, 85–80 Had 10+ Assists................................................................................................................................12 at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016, L, 78–64 Had 10+ Steals......................................................................................................................... 10 vs. Mount Ida, Feb. 14, 2015, L, 72–69 Had 10+ Blocks...........................................................................................................................11 vs. Emmanuel, Feb. 7, 2012, L, 93–76 Had 5+ Blocks.............................................................................................................. 5 vs. Johnson & Wales, Jan. 16, 2016, L, 90–50

THE LAST TIME A RAM ...

30+ Points........................................................................................................ 30, Sam Nwadike vs. Emerson, Jan. 4, 2015, L, 79–64 25+ Points...........................................................................................................29, Jake Meister vs. Norwich, Feb. 6, 2016, W, 88–58 10+ Field Goals............................................................................................ 11, Matt Duquette vs. Anna Maria, Jan. 23, 2016, L, 88–71 5+ Three–Pointers......................................................................................................5, Adam Chick at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016, L, 78–64 15+ Rebounds............................................................................16, Adam Chick vs. Saint Joseph’s (Maine), Feb. 16, 2016, W, 58–53 10+ Rebounds........................................................................................................... 13, Adam Chick at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016, L, 78–64 10+ Assists.......................................................................11, Colin Halpin & Matt Pepdjnovic at Emerson, Feb. 14, 2013, L, 73–71 OT 5+ Assists................................................................................................................... 5, Jake Meister at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016, L, 78–64 5+ Steals....................................................................5, Jake Meister vs. Fitchburg State at Roger Williams, Nov. 15, 2014, L, 86–61 5+ Blocks........................................................................................ 6, Matt Pepjonovic vs. Albertus Magnus, Jan. 31, 2013, W, 92–91 Had 5 Players with 10+ Points..................................................................................................... vs. Norwich, Dec. 12, 2014, W, 80–58 Brendan Barboza (10), Adam Chick (10), Matt Duquette (20),Jake Meister (14), Sam Nwandike (16) Had 3 Players with 15+ Points......................................................................................................at Anna Maria, Feb. 3, 2016, L, 81–70 Matt Duquette (18), Jake Meister (19), Caleb Unni (16) Had 2 Players with 20+ Points...................................................................................................... vs. Norwich, Feb. 6, 2016, W, 88–58 Matt Duquette (20), Jake Meister (28) A Double–Double............................................................ Adam Chick (23 Points, 13 Rebounds) at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016, L, 78–64

THE LAST TIME AN OPPONENT ...

Scored 100 Points...................................................................................................108, at Albertus Magnus, Feb. 24, 2015, L, 108–82 Scored 90 Points............................................................................................................90, Johnson & Wales, Jan. 16, 2016, L, 90–50 Scored 80 Points.....................................................................................................................81, at Anna Maria, Feb. 3, 2016, L, 81–70 Scored 70 Points............................................................................................................................78, at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016, L, 78–64 Shot 50% From The Field............................................................................53.7 (36–67), Johnson & Wales, Jan. 16, 2016, L, 90–50 Shot Under 30% From the Field............................................................................ 28.3 (17–60), at Emerson, Jan. 25, 2011, L, 59–52 Made 10+ Three-Pointers............................................................................................................. 10, Moutn Ida, Feb. 9, 2016, W, 81–75 Had 50+ Rebounds.................................................................................................................... 50, Emmanuel, Feb. 21, 2015, L, 69–59 Had 20+ Assists..................................................................................................................... 21, at Emmanuel, Jan. 30, 2016, L, 68–58 Had 10+ Assists...............................................................................................................................15, at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016, L, 78–64 Had 20+ Steals............................................................................................................. 23, at Johnson & Wales, Dec. 3, 2015, L, 92–48 Had 15+ Steals................................................................................................................... 16, Johnson & Wales, Jan. 6, 2016, L, 90–50 Had 10+ Blocks............................................................................................................. 11, at Albertus Magnus, Jan. 25, 2013, L, 95–65 Had 5 Players with 10 Points or More............................................................................................... at Lasell, Feb. 23, 2016, L, 78–64 Scott Arsenault (10), Logan Liberty (11), Pat Marchand (21), Richard O’Brien (18), Armin Omanovic (13) Had Three Players with 15+ Points..............................................................................................at Anna Maria, Feb. 3, 2016, L, 81–70 Patrick Bradanese (15), Tyler Delroy (27), Corey Pryor (22) Had two Players with 20+ Points................................................................................................at Anna Maria, Feb. 3, 2016, L, 81–70 Tyler Delroy (27), Corey Pryor (22)

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DONOVAN LITTLE IS THE ALL–TIME LEADING SCORER AT SUFFOLK WITH 2,033 FROM 1975–79.


SEASON RECORDS SCORING POINTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

676 611 592 577 574 563 563 561 559 555

Pat Ryan Jay Crowley Donovan Little Allan Dalton Shona Mutambirwa Bill Fenton John Murphy John Murphy Christos Tsiotos Tom Carey

25 Games 22 Games 24 Games 22 Games 25 Games 25 Games 26 Games 24 Games 26 Games 26 Games

SCORING AVERAGE (MINIMUM 12 GAMES) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

27.8 27.0 26.9 26.2 24.7 23.4 23.0 22.5 22.3 22.2

Jay Crowely Pat Ryan Dave Helberg Allan Dalton Donovan Little John Murphy Shona Mutambirwa Bill Fenton Tony Dascoli Christos Tsiotos

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

263 239 233 231 230 229 227 224 221 220

Pat Ryan Donovan Little Shona Mutambirwa Steve Barrett Allan Dalton Jay Crowley Mike Slattery Christos Tsiotos Donovan Little Dave Helberg

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

500 485 476 476 452 438 428 426 425 420

Jay Crowley John Murphy Pat Ryan Mike Slatter Allan Dalton Donovan Little John Murphy Dave Helberg Tom Carey Allan Dalton

22 Games 25 Games 20 Games 22 Games 24 Games 24 Games 25 Games 25 Games 21 Games 18 Games

1996–97 1977–78 1968–69 1969–70 1978–79 2006–07 1997–98 1987–88 1972–73 1973–74

25 Games 24 Games 25 Games 25 Games 22 Games 22 Games 26 Games 26 Games 25 Games 20 Games

1977–78 1978–79 1997–98 1974-74 1969–70 1966–67 1986–87 1974–75 1977–78 1968–69

22 Games 24 Games 25 Games 26 Games 22 Games 24 Games 26 Games 20 Games 26 Games 21 Games

1966–67 2006–07 1977–78 1986-87 1969–70 1978–79 2005–06 1968–69 2002–03 1970–71

.668 .631 .626 .619 .619 .616 .613 .613 .607 .606

Richard Sullivan John McDonough Winston Daley John McDonough Neil Simard Christos Tsiotos Bill Zarella John McDonough Dan Florian Donovan Little

3–POINT FIELD GOAL MADES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

85 91 80 79 74 64 62 60 60 58

Mike Vieira John Murphy John Murphy Mike Gibbons Mike Gibbons Mike Vieira Scott Meier Dave Ferrick Jake Meister Tom Carey

25 Games 24 Games 26 Games 25 Games 25 Games 23 Games 26 Games 25 Games 26 Games 26 Games

3–POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

261 231 206 195 185 171 158 155 150 150

John Murphy John Murphy Mike Gibbons Mike Gibbons Mike Vieira Jake Meister Mike Vieira Caleb Unnni Scott Meier Jason Luisi

24 Games 26 Games 25 Games 25 Games 25 Games 26 Games 23 Games 25 Games 26 Games 28 Games

1994–95 2006–07 2005–06 2008–09 2009–10 1993–94 2003–04 1988–89 2015–16 2002–03

2006–07 2005–06 2008–09 2009–10 1994–95 2015–16 1993–94 2015–16 2003���04 2001–02

3–POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 20 MADE) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.522 .478 .467 .463 .463 .459 .458 .451 .442 .432

Dave Ferrick Flynn Pagnum James Bruno Jason Luisi SCott Meier Mike Vieira Tom Carey Luke Barrett Tom Carey John Cawley

FREE THROWS MADE

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 40 MADE) 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1977–78 1966–67 1978–79 1969–70 1997–98 2005–06 2005–06 2006–07 1974–75 2002–03

129–193 169–268 77–123 187–302 104–168 125–203 65–106 57–93 176–290 197–325

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

153 151 150 141 140 128 121 117 115 114

Jay Crowley Bill Fenton Pat Ryan John Murphy John Murphy Bill Fenton Sam Nwadike Allan Dalton Leo Fama Sam Nwadike

60–115 33–69 21–45 57–123 25–54 85–185 38–83 32–71 23–52 33–88

1988–89 1999–00 1996–97 1998–99 2001–02 1994–95 2001–02 2008–09 2000–01 1991–92

22 Games 25 Games 25 Games 26 Games 24 Games 25 Games 16 Games 22 Games 26 Games 26 Games

1966–67 1987–88 1977–78 2005–06 2006–07 1988–89 2014–15 1969–70 1985–86 2013–14

FREE THROWS PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 40 MADE) 1979–80 1982–83 1998–99 1981–82 2003–04 1976–77 1981–82 1980–81 1998–99 1975–76

1. 2. 3. 4. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.926 .907 .880 .869 .869 .865 .862 .859 .851 .846

Jason Luisi Jason Luisi Mark Bouchard Kevin Noonan John Cawley Alan Jaziri Pat Ryan Jason Luisi Justin Culhane Mike Vieira

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87–94 68–75 44–50 53–61 53–61 96–111 150–174 79–92 40–47 66–78

2001–02 1999–00 1994–95 1989–90 1989–90 2007–08 1977–78 2000–01 1988–89 1994–95


SEASON RECORDS REBOUNDS

Steve Barrett Matt Pepdjonovic Christos Tsiotos Matt Pepdjonovic Donovan Little Matt Pepdjonovic Dave Helberg Paul Parsons Paul Parsons Christos Tsiotos

25 Games 26 Games 26 Games 26 Games 25 Games 25 Games 20 Games 22 Games 20 Games 25 Games

REBOUNDING AVERAGE (MINIMUM 12 GAMES) 15.0 14.6 14.6 14.2 13.7 13.6 13.3 13.1 12.7 11.7

225 182 151 138 133 126 120 120 112 103

1967–68 1973–74 1974–75 1968–69 1970–71 2011–12 2010–11 1974–75 1969–70 1975–76

Justin Culhane Justin Culhane Kevin Noonan Jake Mikalauskis David Lynch Justin Barall Chris Fritch Chris Fritch James Buono Chris Fritch

24 Games 26 Games 26 Games 23 Games 24 Games 26 Games 26 Games 28 Games 25 Games 25 Games

1991–92 1990–91 1989–90 1993–94 1998–99 2010–11 2002–03 2001–02 1997–98 2003–04

ASSISTS AVERAGE (MINIMUM 12 GAMES) Justin Culhane Justin Culhane Jake Mikalauskis Kevin Noonan David Lynch Justin Barall Chris Fritch James Buono Chris Toglia Chris Fritch

BLOCKED SHOTS 80 71 62 55 45 35 33 33 32 28

Matt Pepdjonovic Matt Pepdjonovic Shona Mutambirwa Matt Pepdjonovic Colin Fern Shona Mutambirwa Matt Pepdjonovic Colin Fern Neil Simard Brian Small

1991–92 1990–91 1993–94 1989–90 1998–99 2010–11 2002–03 1997–98 1993–94 2001–02

25 Games 26 Games 25 Games 26 Games 24 Games 23 Games 25 Games 25 Games 26 Games 21 Games

2011–12 2012–13 1997–98 2010–11 1998–99 1996–97 2009–10 1997–98 2002–03 2008–09

2001–02 1998–99 1997–98 2013–14 2005–06 2006–07 2003–04 1993–94 1993–94 1994–95

RAMMANCA

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10.

24 Games 26 Games 23 Games 26 Games 24 Games 26 Games 26 Games 25 Games 23 Games 28 Games

28 Games 24 Games 25 Games 25 Games 26 Games 24 Games 25 Games 23 Games 23 Games 25 Games

POST SEASON

9.4 7.0 6.0 5.8 5.5 4.8 4.6 4.5 4.3 4.3

Chris Fritch David Lynch Carmen Lorenzano Sam Nwadike John Murphy John Murphy Chris Fritch Chris Toglia Mike Vieira Mike Vieira

HONORS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

60 57 56 49 49 46 46 44 43 43

RECORDS RECORDS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

17 Games 18 Games 25 Games 20 Games 20 Games 25 Games 26 Games 26 Games 22 Games 25 Games

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

RESULTS

ASSISTS

Dave Helberg Christos Tsiotos Steve Barrett Dave Helberg Paul Parsons Matt Pepdjonovic Matt Pepdjonovic Christos Tsiotos Paul Parsons Donovan Little

STEALS

REVIEW

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1974–75 2010–11 1974–75 2011–12 1975–76 2009–10 1968–69 1969–70 1970–71 1975–76

STAFF

364 345 341 340 293 290 283 280 273 271

RAMS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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CAREER RECORDS SCORING

SCORING AVERAGE (MINIMUM 50 GAMES) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

23.3 21.8 21.4 21.0 18.6 17.8 17.7 17.1 16.9 16.5

Allan Dalton Pat Ryan Donovan Little Jay Crowley Christos Tsiotos Jason Luisi Rick Ace Mike Slattery Shone Mutambirwa Chris Torres

FIELD GOALS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

842 698 669 662 605 602 600 563 507 503

Donovan Little Jason Luisi Rick Ace Christos Tsiotos Dan Florian Pat Ryan Matt Pepdjonovic Ed Cirame Brian Small Colin Halpin

FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1528 1491 1323 1262 1213 1173 1155 1129 1064 1034

Jason Luisi Donovan Little John Murphy Rick Ace Matt Pepdjonovic Brian Small Pat Ryan Dan Florian Ed Cirame Colin Halpin

51 Games 68 Games 95 Games 59 Games 88 Games 105 Games 95 Games 52 Games 60 Games 51 Games

1968–71 1975–78 1975–79 1966–69 1973–77 1998–02 1991–95 1985–87 1995–98 2011–13

95 Games 105 Games 95 Games 88 Games 102 Games 68 Games 102 Games 100 Games 96 Games 91 Games

1975–79 1998–02 1991–95 1973–77 1997–01 1975–78 2009–13 1986–90 2005–09 2009–13

105 Games 95 Games 102 Games 95 Games 102 Games 96 Games 68 Games 102 Games 100 Games 91 Games

1998–02 1975–79 2003–07 1991–95 2009–13 2005–09 1975–78 1997–01 1986–90 2003–13

FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 100 MADE) 1 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.730 .679 .666 .652 .645 .623 .578 .575 .565 .557

Christos Tsiotos Bob Ferrara Steve Barrett Richard Sullivan Steve Relihan John McDonough Bill Fenton Neil Simard Donovan Little Rick Reno

3–POINT FIELD GOAL MADES 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

227 205 198 183 168 152 141 136 131 128

John Murphy Jason Luisi Mike Gibbons Caleb Unni Mike Vieira Brad Schoonmaker John Cawley Scott Meier Mike Fleming Tom Carey

662–907 392–577 277–416 159–244 111–172 413–663 455–787 208–362 842–1491 112–201

102 Games 105 Games 76 Games 103 Games 86 Games 102 Games 92 Games 80 Games 99 Games 106 Games

1973–77 1972–76 1974–76 1978–80 1973–77 1980–83 1985–89 2000–01, 02–04 1975–79 1976–78

3–POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTED 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

706 544 535 514 428 372 372 347 344 321

John Murphy Mike Gibbons Jason Luisi Caleb Unni Brad SChoonmaker Brian Small Jake Meister Mike Fleming John Cawley Scott Meier

102 Games 76 Games 105 Games 103 Games 102 Games 96 Games 98 Games 99 Games 92 Games 80 Games

2003–07 2008–11 1998–02 2012–16 2003–07 2005–09 2012–16 2007–11 1988–92 2001–04

3–POINT FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 50 MADE) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.615 .486 .439 .424 .417 .413 .410 .410 .409 .406

Kevin Noonan Dave Ferrick Luke Barrett Scott Meier Tom Carey Scott Marino John Cawley Mike Vieira Matt Powers Flynn Pagnum

FREE THROWS MADE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

371 359 349 346 336 315 312 297 278 277

Charles Byrne Bill Fenton Donovan Little John Murphy Paul Parsons Christos Tsiotos Rick Ace Jay Crowley Winston Daley Pat Ryan

88–143 87–179 54–123 136–321 128–307 95–230 141–344 168–410 52–127 63–155

1986–90 1987–90 2008–10 2001–04 1999–03 1989–93 1988–92 1991–95 2011–14 1998–02

98 Games 84 Games 95 Games 102 Games 81 Games 88 Games 95 Games 59 Games 103 Games 68 Games

1989–93 1985–89 1975–79 2003–07 1968–72 1973–77 1991–95 1966–69 1998–02 1975–78

FREE THROWS PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 100 MADE) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

.883 .873 .834 .826 .808 .806 .799 .793 .790 .784

Jason Luisi Donovan Little Jake Meister Alan Jaziri Pat Ryan Mike Vieira Brad SChoonmaker Tony Dascoli Jay Crowley Tom Carey

2003–07 1998–02 2008–11 2012–16 1991–95 2003–07 1988–92 2001–04 2007–11 1999–03

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265–300 349–400 181–217 176–213 227–343 187–232 131–164 172–217 297–376 181–231

1998–02 1975–79 2012–16 2006–08 1975–78 1991–95 2003–07 1971–73 1966–69 1999–03


CAREER RECORDS REBOUNDS

Matt Pepdjonovic Christos Tsiotos Donovan Little Winston Daly Brian Small Charles Byrne Rick Ace Paul Parsons Dave MacDougall John McDonough

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

12.1 11.5 10.5 9.4 8.6 8.1 8.1 7.5 7.3 7.3

102 Games 88 Games 95 Games 67 Games 60 Games 103 Games 81 Games 96 Games 50 Games 98 Games

2009–13 1973–77 1975–79 1980–83 1995–98 1998–02 1968–72 2005–09 1974–76 1989–93

ASSISTS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

480 425 298 270 256 245 242 232 229 228

Justin Culhane Chris Fritch James Buono John Murphy Tom Carey David Lynch Chris Toglia Caleb Unni Brian Small Jason Luisi

101 Games 106 Games 75 Games 102 Games 106 Games 73 Games 91 Games 103 Games 96 Gmaes 105 Games

1988–92 2000–04 1997–00 2003–07 1999–03 1995–99 1991–95 2012–16 2002–05 1998–02

ASSISTS AVERAGE (MINIMUM 50 GAMES) Justine Culhane Chris Fritch James Buono David Lynch Jake Mikalauskis Justin Barall Chris Toglia John Murphy Tom Carey Brian Small

BLOCKED SHOTS 239 108 90 81 68 68 51 39 34 33

Matt Pepdjonovic Shona Mutambirwa Winston Daley Colin Fern Neil Simard Brian Small Matt Duquette Jason Wooten Dan Florian Mark Bouchard

1988–92 2000–04 1997–00 1995–99 1992–95 2008–12 1991–95 2003–07 1999–03 2005–09

102 Games 60 Games 103 Games 63 Games 77 Games 96 Games 74 Games 87 Games 102 Games 95 Games

2009–13 1995–98 1998–02 1996–99 2000–01, 02-04 2005–09 2013–16 1993–97 1997–01 1992–96

106 Games 102 Games 102 Games 103 Games 96 Games 73 Games 105 Games 95 Games 106 Games 103 Games

2000–04 2003–07 2009-13 1998–02 2005–09 1995–99 1998–02 1992–96 1999–03 2012–16

RAMMANCA

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

101 Games 106 Games 75 Games 73 Games 55 Games 68 Games 91 Games 102 Games 106 Games 96 Games

Chris Fritch John Murphy Matt Pepdjonovic Winston Daley Brian Small David Lynch Jason Luisi Mark Bouchard Tom Carey Caleb Unni

POST SEASON

4.8 4.0 4.0 3.4 3.2 3.1 2.7 2.6 2.4 2.4

171 160 117 117 115 114 105 97 97 95

HONORS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

RECORDS RECORDS

Matt Pepdjonovic Christos Tsiotos Donovan Little John McDonough Shona Mutambirwa Winston Daley Paul Parsons Brian Small Steve Barrett Charles Byrne

REBOUNDING AVERAGE

STEALS

RESULTS

2009–13 1973–77 1975–79 1998–02 2005–09 1989–93 1991–95 1968–72 1989–93 1980–83

REVIEW

102 Games 88 Games 95 Games 103 Games 96 Games 98 Games 95 Games 81 Games 99 Games 67 Games

STAFF

1234 1016 997 839 718 716 660 658 635 631

RAMS

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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MILESTONE PERFORMANCES 1,000-POINT CLUB POINTS NAME 2033 1866 1680 1639 1545 1481 1465 1459 1402 1383 1345 1284 1269 1257 1241 1237 1213 1205 1201 1186 1095 1080 1074 1071 1060 1032 1025 1012

Donovan Little Jason Luisi Rick Ace Christos Tsiotos John Murpphy Pat Ryan Dan Florian Matt Pepdjonovic Ed Cirame Brian Small Colin Halpin Paul Parsons Bill Fenton Winston Daley Leo Fama Jay Crowley John Cawley Mike Vieira Tom Carey Allan Dalton Dave MacDougall John McDonough Dave Helberg Jack Resnick Dean Coletti Andy Dagle Caled Unni Shona Mutambirwa

SEASONS

1975–79 1998–02 1991–95 1973–77 2003–07 1975–78 1997–01 2009–13 1986–90 2005–09 2009–13 1968–72 1985–89 1998–02 1982–86 1964–68 1988–92 1991–95 1999–03 1968–71 1989–93 1980–83 1964–68 1949–53 1982–86 1980–83 2012–16 1995–98

100 GAMES PLAYED GAMES (STARTS) NAME SEASONS 106 (106) 106 (103) 106 (97) 105 (105) 104 (86) 103 (103) 103 (101) 102 (102) 102 (102) 102 (78) 102 (44) 101 (101) 100 (94) 100 (100) 100 (100)

Tom Carey Chris Fritch Chris Tighe Jason Luisi Adam Chick Winston Daly Caleb Unni Dan Florian Matt Pepdjonovic John Murphy Brad Schoonmaker Justin Culhane Erick Jenkins Steve Dagle Ed Cirame

1999–03 2000–04 2001–05 1998–02 2012–16 1998–02 2012–16 1997–01 2009–13 2003–07 2003–07 1988–92 2000–04 1977–81 1986–90

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HONORS & AWARDS BASKETBALL WEEKLY ALL–AMERICAN 1979

GNAC ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM

Donovan Little

NABC ALL–AMERICAN 1978

Pat Ryan

JEWISH REVIEW DII–DIII ALL–AMEERICAN 2001

Pat Ryan

GNAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR 2009–10 2013–14

Matt Pepdjonovic Frantz Pinard

GNAC COACH OF THE YEAR 2001–02

Dennis McHugh

ALL-GNAC FIRST TEAM 1999–00 2000–01 2000–01 2001–02 2001–02 2002–03 2005–06 2006–07 2010–11 2012–13

Dan Florian Dan Florian Jason Luisi Winston Daley Jason Luisi Tom Carey John Murphy John Murphy Matt Pepdjonovic Colin Halpin

2011–12 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16

Carlos De La Cruz Caleb Unni Curtis Casella Caleb Unni Caleb Unni

COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT TIP– OFF ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2012–13

Colin Halpin

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICAN 2006–07

Brian Small

CoSIDA ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT

2006–07

Brian Small

ESPN the MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA 2008–09

Brian Small

ESPN the MAGAZINE ACADEMIC ALL-DISTRICT 2008–09

Brian Small

ALL-GNAC SECOND TEAM 2003–04 2011–12 2015–16

Eric Jenkins Matt Pepdjonovic Jake Meister

ALL-GNAC THIRD TEAM 2008–09 2009–10 2012–13 2013–14 2014–15

Brian Small Matt Pepdjonovic Matt Pepdjonovic Sam Nwadike Sam Nwadike

GNAC TOURNAMENT MVP 2001-02

Jason Luisi

GNAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM 2000–01 2001–02

Jason Luisi Winston Daley

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JASON LUISI (1998–02) WAS A CRUCIAL MEMBER TO SUFFOLK’S GNAC CHAMPIONSHIP, ECAC AND NCAA APPEARANCE, SCORING 1,866, SECOND ALL-TIME.


GNAC TOURNAMENT ALBERTUS MAGNUS 0-1

RESULTS Year

2015

AQ

EMERSON 1-0

Site Seed Rd Opponent

Result

2000 A 5 Q 4 — ­ Norwich

L, 88–81

2001 H 3 Q 6 — Norwich

W, 90–81

A 3 S 1 — W. New England

L, 94–83

2002 H 1 Q 8 ­­— Emmanuel

W, 89–61

N 1 S 5 — S. Vermont

W, 95–71

N 1 F 3 — ­ Johnson & Wales

W, 76–71

2003 A 6 Q 3 — ­ W. New England

L, 79–62

2004 H 4 Q 5 — Emerson

L, 85–68

2005 A 7 Q 2 — Emerson

L, 85–54

2006 A 6 Q 3 — W. New England

L, 95–66

2007 A 7 Q 2 — Emerson

W, 80–75

A 7 S 3 — Rivier

L, 94–82

2011 A 7 Q 2 — Johnson & Wales

L, 96–63

2013 A 6 Q 4 — Johnson & Wales

L, 96–93

2014 A 7 Q 3 — St. Joseph’s (Me.)

L, 80–72

2015 A 8 Q 1 — Albertus Magnus

L, 108–82

2016 A 7 Q 2 — Lasell

L, 78–64

2004 2005 2007

H Q A Q A Q

L, 85–68 L, 85–54 W, 80–75

EMMANUEL 1-0 2002

H Q

W, 89–61

JOHNSON & WALES 1-2 2002 2011 2013

N F A Q A Q

LASELL 2016

A

W, 76–71 L, 96–83 L, 96–93

0-1

L, 78–64

NORWICH 1-1 2.24.00 2.20.01

A Q H Q

L, 88–81 W, 90–81

LAST TIME...

Scored 70 points or more 82 vs. Albertus Magnus 2015 Played in Overtime Never Made 25 or More FG 28 vs. Albertus Magnus 2015 Fewer Than 25 FGs 23 vs. Lasell 2016 Shot Over 50% xxx Made More Than 15 Free Throws 18 vs. Albertus Magnus 2015 A Ram Scored 20 or More Points 23, Adam Chick, vs. Lasell 2016 A Ram Grabbed 9+ Rebounds 13, Adam Chick, vs. Lasell 2016

0-1

A Ram Grabbed 4+ O Boards 5, Adam Chick, vs. Lasell 2016

ST. JOSEPH’S (ME.) 0-1

A Ram Had 5 or More Assists 5, Jake Meister, vs. Lasell 2016

SOUTHERN VT

1-0

A Ram Had 5 or More Steals Never

0-3

A Ram Had 5 or More Blocks Never

RIVIER

2007 L

2014

2002

A

N S

94–82

L, 80–72

W, 95–71

W. NEW ENGLAND 2001 2003 2006

A S A Q A Q

THE RAMS BEST IN GNAC TOURNEY

A RAMS BEST IN GNAC TOURNEY

Points 95 vs. Southern Vermont Field Goals 28 at Albertus Magnus

2002

Points 25, Sam Nwadike at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 2014

2015

Field Goals 9, Adam Chick at Lasell

2016

Field-Goal Percentage 50.0 (13–26) vs. Emerson

2005

Field-Goal Percentage .667 (6–9) Chris Williams at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 2014

Free Throws 20 vs. Emerson

2004

Free Throws 9, Adam Chick at Albertus Magnus

2015

Free-Throw Percentage 90 (18–20) at Albertus Magnus

2015

Free-Throw Percentage 100 (10–10), Jason Luisi vs. Johnson & Wales 2002

3-Pointers 13 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine)

2014

3-Pointers 5, Adam Chick at Lasell

3-Point Percentage 43.3 (13–30) at Saint Joseph’s (Maine)

2014

Assists 15 at Albertus Magnus

2015

3-Point Percentage .667 (2–3), Steven DiPrizio at Lasell 2016 .667 (4–6), Sam Nwadike at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 2014 Assists 7, Sam Nwadike at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 2014

Rebounds 38 at Albertus Magnus

2015

Rebounds 13, Adam Chick at Lasell

* Excludes 2006 & 2007 Playoffs

L, 108–82

* Ball control statistics as of 2011

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2016

2016

L, 94–84 L, 79–62 L, 95–66

* Ball control statistics as of 2011


ECAC CHAMPIONSHIPS RESULTS Year

2001

Site Seed Rd Opponent

A

L, 77–68

Scored 70 points or more Never Played in Overtime Never

Result

Made 25 or More FG Never

L, 77–68

Fewer Than 25 FGs 21 vs. Williams Points 68 vs. Williams Field Goals 21 vs. Williams

2001

Points 20 Winston Daley, Dan Florian

2001

Field Goals 7 Dan Florian

2001

Free Throws 23 vs. Williams

2001

Free Throws 8 Winston Daly

2001

3-Pointers 3 vs. Williams

2001

3-Pointers 1, Chris Adams, Tom Carey, Jason Luisi

2001

2001

2001

Made More Than 15 Free Throws 23 vs. Williams 2001 A Ram Scored 20 or More Points 20 Daley vs. Williams 2001 20 Florian vs. Williams 2001

REVIEW

A RAMS BEST IN ECAC TOURNEY

STAFF

THE RAMS BEST IN ECAC TOURNEY

RAMS

2001 A Williams

LAST TIME...

OUTLOOK

WILLIAMS 0–1

RESULTS RECORDS HONORS POST SEASON SEASON RAMMANCA

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NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS CLARK

RESULTS Year

2002

Site Seed Rd Opponent

A

0–1

L, 84–77

Scored 70 points or more 77 vs. Clark 2002 Played in Overtime Never

Result

2002 A 1 Clark

LAST TIME...

Made 25 or More FG 32 vs. Clark

L, 84–77

2002

Fewer Than 25 FGs Never

THE RAMS BEST IN NCAA TOURNEY

A RAMS BEST IN NCAA TOURNEY

Points 77 vs. Clark Field Goals 32 vs. Clark

2002

Points 19 Jason Luisi vs. Clark

2002

2002

Field Goals 8 Jason Luisi vs. Clark

2002

Field-Goal Percentage 51.5 (32–62) vs. Clark

2002

Field-Goal Percentage .833 (5–6) Winston Daly vs. Clark

Free Throws 5 vs. Clark

2002

Free Throws 1, Five Tied vs. Clark

2002

Free-Throw Percentage 66.7 (5–9) vs. Clark

2002

Free-Throw Percentage 100 (1–1) Chris Fritch vs. Clark

2002

3-Pointers 8 vs. Clark

2002

3-Pointers 3 Tom Carey vs. Clark

2002

A Ram Had 5 or More Assists 5 Chris Fritch vs. Clark 2002

3-Point Percentage 50.0 (5–10) vs. Clark

2002

3-Point Percentage 100 (3–3) vs. Clark

2002

A Ram Had 5 or More Steals Never

Assists 21 vs. Clark

2002

Assists 5 Tom Carey, Christ Fritch vs. Clark

2002

A Ram Had 5 or More Blocks Never

Rebounds 39 vs. Clark

2002

Rebounds 14 Winston Daley vs. Clark

2002

SUFFOLK VS. CLARK NCAA DIII FIRST ROUND WORCESTER, MASS. — FEB. 28, 2001 total fg 3–point f–throw rebounds fg-fga fg-fga ft-fta off def tot pr pts a to blk stl min SUFFOLK * Chris Fritch 4–8 1–2 1–1 0 0 0 4 10 4 4 0 1 27 * Jason Luisi 8–18 2–7 1–2 1 2 3 0 19 4 1 1 0 35 * Flynn Pagnam 4–8 1–2 1–1 2 5 7 1 10 1 3 0 0 23 * Winston Daley 5–6 0–0 0–1 2 12 14 4 10 2 2 1 4 34 * Tom Carey 6–9 3–3 1–2 2 2 4 4 16 5 1 0 1 33 Chris Tighe 2–3 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 2 4 1 1 0 0 9 Chris Emma 0–1 0–1 1–2 1 3 4 1 1 3 3 0 0 12 Eric Jenkins 2–5 0–0 0–0 0 3 3 2 4 0 0 0 0 19 Scott Meier 1–3 1–3 0–0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 0 6 Ken Kodsy 0–1 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 Team 2 2 4 1 SUFFOLK 32–62 8–19 5–9 10 29 39 18 77 21 17 3 6 200 total fg 3–point f–throw rebounds fg-fga fg-fga ft-fta off def tot pr pts a to blk stl min CLARK * Sean Fleming 2–7 0–2 2–2 1 2 3 4 6 2 0 0 1 25 * Dave McNamara 6–10 5–9 2–3 1 1 2 1 19 3 2 0 0 23 * Chris Bagdis 3–6 0–0 0–1 2 1 3 1 6 0 1 2 0 22 * Trevor Walker 1–10 1–7 2–2 1 2 3 0 5 1 0 0 1 21 * Amos Anderson 6–11 1–3 0–0 3 5 8 1 13 1 4 0 0 29 Matt Phaneuf 0–0 0–0 0–0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 Brent Kenneway 7–12 2–3 0–0 2 1 3 2 16 1 0 0 3 18 Pat Oroszko 1–4 0–1 0–0 2 2 4 0 2 0 1 0 1 12 Rob Skowyra 4–4 0–0 5–7 0 5 5 1 13 7 2 0 1 21 Justin Kimball 1–4 0–1 0–0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 13 James Collins 1–6 0–2 0–0 2 2 4 3 2 0 2 0 1 15 Team 2 2 4 0 0 CLARK 32–74 9–28 11–15 16 23 39 13 84 15 12 2 9 200

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Shot Over 50% 51.5 vs. Clark

2002

2002

Made More Than 15 Free Throws Never A Ram Scored 20 or More Points Never A Ram Grabbed 9+ Rebounds 14, Winston Daley vs. Clark 2002 A Ram Grabbed 4+ O Boards Never


MATT PEPDJONOVIC (2009–13) IS THE ONLY RAM IN THE PROGRAM’S 70– YEAR HISTORY TO SCORE 1,000 POINTS AND GRAB 1,000 REBOUNDS.


HEAD COACHING HISTORY

ALL-TIME COACHING RECORDS

OVERALL NAME YEARS (SEASONS) W L PCT. Charles Law 1946-76 (30) 334 242 .579 James E. Nelson 1976-95 (19) 190 285 .400 Dennis McHugh 1995-05 (10) 107 147 .421 Adam Nelson 2005-2015 (9) 77 180 .299 Jeff Juron 2015- PRESENT (1) 8 18 .307 TOTAL

69 Seasons

716

872

.450

W

GNAC L

PCT.

57 51 6

42 119 12

.575 .300 .333

114

173

.397

YEAR-BY-YEAR REESULTS

YEAR

COACH

1946–47 1947–48 1948–49 1949–50 1950–51 1951–52 1952–53 1953–54 1954–55 1955–56 1956–57 1957–58 1958–59 1959–60 1960–61 1961–62 1962–63 1963–64 1964–65 1965–66 1966–67 1967–68 1968–69 1969–70 1970–71 1971–72 1972–73 1973–74 1974–75 1975–76 1976–77 1977–78

Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law Charles Law James E. Nelson James E. Nelson

OVERALL

CONFERENCE

12–5 16–7 10–5 13–6 14–5 11–4 9–6 13–2 10–8 8–8 9–9 9–7 10–6 13–7 11–9 8–11 13–8 10–8 8–10 11–11 14–8 12–5 10–10 10–12 7–14 8–14 7–15 10–10 19–7 19–6 16–7 15–10

SEASON NOTES First Varsity Season

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HEAD COACHING HISTORY

716–872

114–173 GNAC

SEASON NOTES

REVIEW RESULTS First GNAC Season GNAC Tournament › ECAC Championship Appearnace GNAC Tournament › GNAC Champions › NCAA Appearance GNAC Tournament GNAC Tournament GNAC Tournament GNAC Tournament GNAC Tournament

RAMMANCA RAMANCA

GNAC Tournament GNAC Tournament GNAC Tournament GNAC Tournament

POST SEASON

GNAC Tournament

HONORS

8–8 GNAC 12–4 GNAC 10–3 GNAC 10–8 GNAC 11–7 GNAC 6–12 GNAC 9–9 GNAC 7–9 GNAC 3–15 GNAC 2–16 GNAC 2–16 GNAC 6–12 GNAC 3–7 GNAC 8–10 GNAC 6–12 GNAC 5–13 GNAC 6–12 GNAC

RECORDS

69 Seasons

CONFERENCE

STAFF

Total

OVERALL 13–11 10–16 8–17 9–17 11–15 6–19 12–14 9–17 5–21 8–17 10–15 9–17 9–17 12–12 7–16 10–13 11–14 3–21 6–17 6–19 12–13 13–12 17–10 17–10 12–14 13–13 8–18 11–15 9–18 4–21 3–22 6–19 8–18 9–16 10–16 9–17 8–18 8–18

RAMS

COACH James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson James E. Nelson Dennis McHugh Dennis McHugh Dennis McHugh Dennis McHugh Dennis McHugh Dennis McHugh Dennis McHugh Dennis McHugh Dennis McHugh Dennis McHugh Adam Nelson Adam Nelson Adam Nelson Adam Nelson Adam Nelson Adam Nelson Adam Nelson Adam Nelson Adam Nelson Adam Nelson Jeff Juron

OUTLOOK

YEAR 1978–79 1979–80 1980–81 1981–82 1982–83 1983–84 1984–85 1985–86 1986-67 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1990-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994-95 1995-96 1996-97 1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04 2004-05 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16

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LETTERMEN ALL–TIME LETTERMEN A

Abdillahi, Warfa Ace, Rick Adams, Chris Aldrete, Andres Alexanian, Samuel Allen, Joe Amico, Joe Anglin, Dan Arena, James

B

Bain, Ludger Baker, Dan Ballve, Nacho Barall, Justin Barboza, Branden Barrett, Chuck Barrett, Luke Barrett, Steve Bean, Tim Bennett, Chris Blaisdell, Jeff Blake, Kevin Borghesi, Marc Bouchard, Mark Bouvier, Doug Brady, Ken Brown, Don Bruno, James Buddenhaggen, J. Buono, James Burke, Steve Burns, Kevin Burt, Trevor Busby, Steve Busch, Karl Byrne, Charles Byrne, Jim Byrne, Scott

C

Carey, Mike Carey, Tom Casella, Curties Cawley, John Cejas, Noberto Chick, Adam Cirame, Ed Clark, Kevin Coletti, Dean Collins, Brian Collins, Fran Condakes, Mike Connelly, Bob Connelly, Matt Connolly, Bob

2015–16 1991–95 1998–01 2009–10 2007–09 1981–84 1990–94 1985–88 2002–03 1992–93 1993–94 2012–16 2008–12 2014–15 1972–74 2008–10 1974–76 1992–95 1988–89 1975–76 2005–09 2000–04 1992–96 2005–07 1988–89 1977–78 1996–97 1998–00 1997–00 1970–73 1969–73 2010–11 1995–97 2009–10 1989–93 1972–73 1989–90 2002–06 1999–03 2012–16 1988–92 1995–97 2012–16 1986–90 1973–75 1982–86 1995–97 1969–72 1982–83 1987–88 2008–09 1986–87

Connors, Brian Corbett, Ron Cormier, Warren Costello, Jack Costello, Matt Crowley, Jay Crowley, Peter Culhane, Justin Currier, Jonathan

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DaCosta, Tony Dagle, Andy Dagle, Steve Dahlstrom, J. Daley, Winston Dalton, Allan Dascoli, Tony David, Steve DeAngelis, Sal De La Cruz DeLillo, Chris Delisi, Joe DeMarco, Peter Demarski, Michael Devlin, Chris DiPanfilo, Nolan DiPrizio, Steve Doherty, John Donahue, Dan Driftmeyer, Dennis Duffy, Pat Duquette, Matt Dwyer, Matt

E

Emma, Chris Eustis, Greg

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Fama, Leo Fenton, Bill Fern, Colin Fernandes, Miguel Ferrara, Bob Ferrara, Rick Ferrari, Ron Ferrick, Dave Fetherston, A. Fitzpatrick, Bill Flakes, Matt Flanagan, Brooks Fleming, Mike Flores, George Florian, Dan Forlizzi, Steve Fritch, Chris

1976–77 1968–69 2004–05 1969–72 2014–15 1966–69 1969–70, 71–72 1988–92 2007–08 1992–93 1980–83 1977–81 2000–01 1998–02 1968–71 1971–73 1995–96 1992–93 2011–13 1988–91 2002–03 1992–93 2007–08 2003–05 2009–10 2015-16 1981–83 1977–78 2010–11 1979–81 2013–16 1993–95 2001–05 1973–75 1982–86 1985–89 1996–99 1994–98 1972–76 1978–79 1990–91 1987–90 1998–99 1972–73 2003–04 2009–10 2007–11 1986–87 1997–01 1975–79 2000–04

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Gaffney, Chris 2007–08 Galante, Dennis 1971–73 Gardner, Tom 2011–15 Gennaro, Nick 1986–88 George, Matt 2014–15 Gianatasio, Frank 1967–68 Gibbons, Mike 2008–11 Gillis, Paul 1981–82 Gockis, Mike 1972–73 Godfrey 1968–69 Granara, Jimmy 2006–07 Gray, David 1982–84 Green, Joe 1969–70 Green, Joseph 1970–71 Grykiewicz, Frank 1975–76

H

Haopian, Michael 2015–16 Halpin, Colin 2009–13 Hannon, Bruce 1987–89 Hayes, Rick 1983–86 Haynes 1968–69 Helberg, Dave 1967–69 Henry, Ricky 2011–12 Houston, Allan 2011–12 Howard, John 1972–76 Hurley, Ed 1994–95 Hurley, George 1984–86 Hutchins, Sam 2009–10

I

Ianacco, Mark

J

Janedy, Mike Jaziri, Alan Jenkins, Eric Jenkins, Tony Jensen, Kyle Jones, Jarvis Jones, Jordan

K

Kahana, Tom Kalogeris, George Kane, Miles Kaplan, Adam Kehtrmanesh, Ashkan Kelley, Ed Kelley, Joe Kelloway, Fred Kiernan, Dermot King, Matt King, Walter Kodys, Ken

1980–81 1977–80 2006–08 2000–04 1979–80 2001–02 1996–97 2010–12 1995–96 1974–77 2003–05 2012–14 2011–12 1967–70 1996–97 1969–73 1990–92 2007–09 1967–69 2000–02


LETTERMEN

Pagnum, Flynn Parsons, Dave Parsons, Jake Parsons, Paul Patch, Joe Pembroke, Joe Pepdjonovic, Matt Perrier, Richard Petriollo, Bill Phelan, Bill Philpot, Mike Pinard, Frantz Piper, Arthur Pittman, Scott Pizzi, Fred Power, Tom Powers, Matt Powers, Tom

1998–02 1973–75 2001–03 1968–72 2014–15 1976–78 2009–13 1995–96 1983–84 1981–82 1984–85 2013–14 1967–68 1996–97 1985–86 1983–84 2011–14 1984–85

Q

Querusio, Kevin

2015–16

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Sadowski, Craig Schnabel, Jay Schoonmaker, Brad Seaman, Brad Selines, M. Shafiezadeh, Mohammed Shafiezadeh, Sina Shomer, Adam Sicuso, John Siebel, Matt

2008–09 1997–98 2003–07 2006–09 1998–99 2015–16 2013–14 2010–13 1979–81 1988–89

2014–15 2003–04, 05–07 2007–08 2003–06 1982–85 2001–05 1983–84 1991–95 2011–13 1976–77 2005–06 2012–16 1985–86 1975–76 1989–92 2002–03 1991–95

Wafula, Gabe 2007–09 Walker, Donovan 1979–80 Wallace, Jerry 1984–88 Whitney, Dave 1984–85 Williams, Chris 2013–14 Williams, Dan 2007–11 Williams, J. 1999–00 Wright–Hopkins 2015–16 Wooten, Jason 1993–97

U

Unni, Caleb

V

Vaccaro, Paul Van Stry, Larry Vaughn, Dave Venuto, Matt Vieira, Mike

W

Y

Yarde, Chris

Z

Zanette, Steve Zarella, Bill Zermani, Paul Zuffante, Chris

1997–98 2010–13 1981–83 1990–93 1988–89

RAMMANCA

S

2007–09 2007–11 1983–85 1990–92 1973–77 2000–01 1976–78 1999–00 2006–07 1972–74 1999–00 1983–87 1975–78

Tanery, Erci Taylor, Patrick Teixeira, Josh Thompson, Peter Tierno, Tony Tighe, Chris Tisotos, John Toglia, Chris Torres, Chris Tsiotos, Nicholas Tully, Sam

POST SEASON

Ransom, Joseph Ray, Allan Redmond, Derek Reed, Francis Relihan, Steve Remington, M. Reno, Rick Reynolds, J. Riley, William Roberts, Steve Romeus, K. Ryan, Jim Ryan, Pat

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HONORS

2013–14 2010–11 1997–98

P

RECORDS

Nally, Sean Newton, Travis Nicholas, Kaleb

1999–00 1986–89 1967–69

RESULTS

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2011–12 2001–02 2005–07 1989–93 1975–76 1989–93 1982–83 2007–10 1981–82 2014–16 1980–82 1980–83 1980–81 2009–12 1980–83 1992–95 2015–16 1971–72 2011–12 2004–08 2001–04 2012–16 1975–79 2012–13 1992–95 1975–76 2010–11 1997–98 1977–78 1990–92 1978–81 2006–07 2006–07 2004-06 1969–72 2012–13 1973–75 2007–08 2003–07 1995–98 2008–10, 11–12

O’Brien, Evan O’Neil, Dan Overshown, Philip

REVIEW

MacArthur, Phil Macca, Tom MacDonald, Chris MacDougall, Dave Mahoney, Mike Marino, Scott Marshall, Chuck Massimino, Mario McCarron, Bill McCartney, Quinn McDermott, Chuck McDonough, John McDonough, Tom McEntee, Mickey McHoul, Jim McLaren, Dave McLean, Matt Medeiros, Ron Medrano, Raphy Meho, Tim Meier, Scott Meister, Jake Mello, Bob Mendez, Jhonneris Mikalauskis, Jake Mildrin, Doug Miller, Ethan Miller, Jabez Miller, Tom Mines, Byron Mitchner, Ed Monsegue, Shayne Moore, Larry Morelock, Josh Morris, John Mosby, Shawn Muldoon, Mark Mullin, Jay Murphy, John Mutambirwa, Shona Muteba, Jevic

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Simard, Neil 2000–01, 02–04 Sina Shafiezadeh 2014–15 Skaggs, Tim 2004–06, 07–09 Slattery, Chris 1987–88 Slattery, Mike 1985–87 Small, Brian 2005–09 Smith, Bill 1981–82 Strand, J. 1998–99 Sullivan 1968–69 Sullivan, A. 1998–00 Sullivan, Richard 1978–80

STAFF

M

1979–81 1975–76 2003–06 1979–80 2012–13 2006–09 1975–79 1997–98 2015–16 1998–02 1995–99

1971–71 1986–90 1978–80 1977–78 2013–15

RAMS

Lahiff, Dan Langford, Aubrey Lassiter, Clinton Lewis, Dave Leyva, Aury Lindberg, Mike Little, Donovan Lorenzano, Carmen Louissant, Jean–Zach Luisi, Jason Lynch, David

Noel, Bill Noonan, Kevin Noonan, Richard Norton, Peter Nwadike, Sam

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