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SUFFOLK AT A GLANCE THIS IS SUFFOLK ACTING PRESIDENT SUFFOLK ATHLETICS BOSTON REGAN GYMNASIUM MICHAEL & LARRY SMITH FITNESS CENTER VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM ROSTER TV ROSTER SCHEDULE & QUICK FACTS 2017–18 PREVIEW MEET THE RAMS COACHES HAGOPIAN REPRESENTS RAMS 2016–17 REVIEW RESULTS RECORDS HONORS & AWARDS POSTSEASON RAMANCA

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 17 | MEET THE RAMS |

41 | COACHES |

79 | RECORDS |

18

CONNOR REYNOLDS

42

HC JEFF JURON

80

SINGLE–SEASON SCORING

19

CAMERON POWERS

45

AC DANA HARRIS

81

SINGLE–SEASON BALL CONTROL

20

STEVEN DIPRIZIO

46

AC LOGAN LIBERTY

82

CAREER SCORING

22

THOMAS DUFFY

47

AC ADAM ROBINSON

83

CAREER BALL CONTROL

24

WARFA ABDILLAHI

48

AD CARY MCCONNELL

84 MILESTONES

25

MICHAEL HAGOPIAN

27

LYLE LOGAN

50 | REPRESENTING THE RAMS | 51 | 2016–17 REVIEW |

85 | HONORS & AWARDS | 87 | POSTSEASON |

28

GEORGE GRILLAKIS

52 RESULTS

88 GNAC

29

RYAN O’CONNELL

53

89 ECAC

30

KEVIN QUERUSIO

54 COMPARISON

90 NCAA

32

JIM DJEMA

55 SUPERLATIVES

91 | RAMANCA |

34

JONATHAN ENG

56

GNAC BREAKDWON

92

COACHING HISTORY

36

JAMAL FIIN

57

THE LAST TIME ...

93

TIMELINE OF TRADITION

37

ALEX JACOVIDES

59 | RESULTS |

94 LETTERWINNERS

38

BRENDAN MULSON

60

ALL–TIME OPPONENTS

39

NATE ILEBODE

61

ALL–TIME SERIES

69

YEARLY RESULTS

40 FRANCISCO CASTELLO–ACEVDEO

COMBINED TEAM STATS

70 YEAR–BY–YEAR 78

SITUATIONAL GAMES


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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this is

SUFFOLK

| MISSION STATEMENT |

| VISION |

| CORE VALUES |

For the past decade, Suffolk University

For Suffolk University will be recognized as

· Student–Center

is a talent catalyst that recognizes and

a dynamic institution that fosters engaged

· Opportunity

develops student potential. Leveraging

learning, rigorous scholarship, innovative

· Scholarly & Professional Excellence

our location in the heart of Boston, our

thinking and community collaboration

· Sound Financial Management

faculty, staff and alumni work together to

across disciplines.

· Community Engagement · Social Responsibility

provide a student-centered experience. This diverse community builds on its

We will ensure that Suffolk graduates

· Diversity

dedication and excellence in education and

are versatile and prepared for modern

· Integrity

scholarship to empower graduates to be

society and the new world market. We will

successful locally, regionally and globally.

provide rich curricula, experiential learning opportunities and professional mentoring through increased collaboration 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 investment in a Suffolk community that is built on ethical, forward-thinking leadership, teamwork and cooperation.

U N I V E R S I T Y


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. |6|

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SUFFOLK ATHLETICS | MISSION STATEMENT |

| OUR SUCCESS |

The roles of Athletic Participation and Competition are

You’ll quickly learn that our coaches do more than just hold

viewed as an important aspect of the Suffolk University

practices. Many have reached coaching milestones that rank

experience. The Athletic Department and its professional

with their sport’s elite. Several have received conference

staff exist to serve the entire University community by

Coach of the Year awards. Each is committed to your

providing an environment for an individual to enhance their

development — not only as an athlete, but also as a student

quality of life through the value of sport and/or recreational

and a responsible adult.

participation. Many of our student–athletes saw that meeting a Suffolk Adherence to NCAA, ECAC, and GNAC Constitutions and

coach clinched their decision to attend the University.

Bylaws establish a commitment to sportsmanship, fair play and striving for individual and team success, all of which

In the past decade, Suffolk Athletics has enjoyed great

complement and reinforce an excellence in all academic

success at the team and individual levels.

pursuits. Student–Athletes need encounter an environment conducive to the enrichment of community life on campus

We’re collected multiple GNAC regular season and

and opportunity for community service beyond our campus.

tournament titles and made NCAA tournament appearances in several sports. Our women’s basketball team was named

Participants learn to compete effectively and with integrity

a Top 25 Academic Team for two consecutive years and our

in any setting, how to provide leadership, and how to be

women’s soccer team has been honored multiple times for

resilient defeat or victory. Lessons discovered through

sportsmanship and academic excellence.

athletic participation need instill and strengthen all aspects that contribute to success in both a Student–Athlete’s

In addition, ten Suffolk student-athletes have been named

undergraduate years as well as their future professional and

All–American in their sport and more have earned Academic

personal experiences.

All–District selections for their achievements in the classroom.

| WHAT MAKES A SUFFOLK STUDENT-ATHLETE? | Like our entire student body, Suffolk’s student-athletes come from across the nation and around the world. They shine on the court, course, field and ice as conference champions and all–scholastics. 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 TEAMS |

| WHERE WE PLAY |

MEN Baseball Basketball Cross Country Golf Ice Hockey Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Soccer Tennis WOMEN Basketball Cross Country Golf Ice Hockey Indoor Track & Field Outdoor Track & Field Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball

BUCKINGHAM BROWNE & NICHOLS Men’s & Women’s Tennis EAST BOSTON MEMORIAL PARK Baseball Men’s & Women’s Soccer

·

REGAN GYMNASIUM Men’s & Women’s Basketball

· Softball

· Volleyball

EMMONS HORRIGAN O’NEIL RINK Men’s Ice Hockey

U N I V E R S I T Y


BOSTON Suffolk places you smack in the heart of Boston, with countless activities at hand and unexpected opportunities around every corner. While Boston is full of history and colonial charm, with its cobblestone streets and colonial church spires, it is also a modern city whose liveliness is apparent in its ranging architectural styles, thriving industries, diverse cultures and

SUFFOLK

UNIVERSITY IS AT THE CENTER OF AMERICA’S GREATEST COLLEGE TOWN.

important art centers.

| A CHAMPIONSHIP CITY | For the past decade, no city can compete with Boston’s success and Suffolk is located right in the heart of it all. In fact, when the city’s teams win a title, their championship parades roll right past our campus buildings. The Boston Bruins and Celtics compete at TD Garden, just a five–minute walk from campus. Many Suffolk students have even completed internships there. Legendary Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, is a short subway ride from our front door. And the five–time champion New England Patriots play at Gillette Stadium, which is easily accessible by the commuter rail. Some of the most memorable moments in sports history have happened in Boston and Suffolk’s athletic programs share in that great tradition.

| A COLLEGE CITY | Boston is famous for its robust student populations. With 200,000 students attending 50 institutions in metropolitan Boston, you’ll never find a shortage of book bags, coffee vendors, or intelligent conversation.

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REGAN GYMNASIUM

| REGAN GYMNASIUM | Ridgeway Building 148 Cambridge Street. Boston, MA 02114 Regan Gymnasium is Suffolk’s lone on–campus athletic facility. The gym, which sits in the basement of the Ridgeway Building is home to the Suffolk University men’s and women’s basketball teams as well as the volleyball team. Located thirty feet below ground, Regan Gym is a unique environment for a college basketball game. The court’s up close and tight setting allows for fans and spectators to be right on top of the action. Spectators can view the action in the bleachers situated at court level or up above on the lower mezzanine level, which overlooks the court from the balcony. The court was originally built in 1991 and got a new look during the summer of 2014 with a refreshed paint job on the floor that also features the NCAA and GNAC logos as well as a solid navy blue coat of paint outlining the playing surface. The gym also hosts Law School and undergraduate intramural basketball programs and other events outside of Athletics hosted by Suffolk University

U N I V E R S I T Y


MICHAEL & LARRY SMITH FITNESS CENTER The Michael & Larry Smith Fitness Center is Suffolk’s brand new, state–of–the–art, primer location the student–body, faculty and staff on the Rams’ campus to meet their healthy lifestyle needs. 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.–5:00 p.m.

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

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VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM

| VARSITY WEIGHT ROOM | Suffolk revamped its second–floor facility and made it a state–of–the–art weight room exclusively for varsity athletes in the Summer of 2016. Located on the second–floor of the Ridgeway Building, the facility allows Suffolk to offer sport–specific programing for all 19 varsity teams. 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 also features two complete racks of dumbbells and other various machines for secondary leg and core exercises.

| FACILITY HOURS | · Monday–Friday

8:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m.

· Saturday–Sunday

Scheduled Team Lifts

* Times are subject to change The Varsity Weight Room will be closed on all University acknowledged holidays.

U N I V E R S I T Y


2017–18 ROSTER

| ALPHABETICAL | NO. 5 42 3 20 4 21 24 12 10 33 25 11 32 2 13 15 1

NAME Warfa Abdillahi Francisco Castello–Acevedo Steven DiPrizio Jim Djema Thomas Duffy Jonathan Eng Jamal Fiin George Grillakis Michael Hagopian Nathaniel Ilebode Alex Jacovides Lyle Logan Brendan Mulson Cameron Powers Ryan O’Connell Kevin Querusio Conor Reynolds

CL. Jr. Fr. Jr. Jr. So. So. So. So. Jr. Fr. Fr. So. Fr. So. So. Jr. So.

| MEN’S BASKETBALL STAFF | NAME Jeff Juron Dana Harris Logan Liberty Adam Robinson

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POS. G F F G G G G/F G G F G/F G G/F G G F G

POSITION Head Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach Assistant Coach

HT 6–2 6–5 6–6 5–10 6–3 5–10 6–4 6–1 6–1 6–4 6–4 6–4 6–4 5–8 6–1 6–4 5–10

WT. 180 270 205 180 175 155 190 170 170 215 185 173 180 165 175 205 155 YEAR 3rd 3rd 2nd 1st

| NUMERICAL |

HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS TEAM Brighton, Mass./Charlestown San Juan, Puerto Rico./Perpetuo Socorro Medford, Mass./Medford Greenwich, Conn./Green Farms Fairfield, Conn./Fairfield-Ludlowe Wayland, Mass./Wayland Boston, Mass./Boston Latin Lowell, Mass./Central Catholic Watertown, Mass./Watertown Malden, Mass./Malden Tampa, Fla./Alonso Chicago, Ill./Worcester Academy Albany, N.Y./Colonie Central Middlefield, Conn./Coginchaug Andover, Mass./Andover Millis, Mass./Millis East Haven, Conn./East Haven ALMA MATER Rochester, 2008 UMass Amherst, 2010 Lasell, 2016 Western New England, 2015

NO. NAME CL. POS. 1 Conor Reynolds So. G 2 Cameron Powers So. G 3 Steven DiPrizio Jr. F 4 Thomas Duffy So. G 5 Warfa Abdillahi Jr. G 10 Michael Hagopian Jr. G 11 Lyle Logan So. G 12 George Grillakis So. G 13 Ryan O’Connell So. G 15 Kevin Querusio Jr. F 20 Jim Djema Jr. G 21 Jonathan Eng So. G 24 Jamal Fiin So. G/F 25 Alex Jacovides Fr. G/F 32 Brendan Mulson Fr. G/F 33 Nathaniel Ilebode Fr. F 42 Francisco Castello–Acevedo Fr. F

| HOW TO SAY IT |

jeff JURON jer–on 3 steven DIPRIZIO de–priz–e–o 5 warfa ABDILLAHI war–fa ab–da–la–he 10 michael HAGOPIAN ha–go–pee–in 12 george GRILLAKIS grill–a–kiss 15 kevin QUERUSIO cur–ru–see–o


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CONOR REYNOLDS SO. · G · 5–11 · 155 EAST HAVEN, CONN. EAST HAVEN

CAMERON POWERS SO. · G · 5–8 · 155 MIDDLEFILD, CONN. COGINCHAUG

STEVEN DIPRIZIO (C) JR. · F · 6–6 · 205 MEDFORD, MASS. MEDFORD

10

11

12

MICHAEL HAGOPIAN (C) JR. · G · 6–1 · 170 WATERTOWN, MASS. WATERTOWN

20

JIM DJEMA JR. · G · 5–10 · 180 GREENWICH, CONN. GREEN FARMS

LYLE LOGAN SO. · G · 6–3 · 173 CHICAGO, ILL. WORCESTER ACADEMY

21

JONATHAN ENG SO. · G · 5–10 · 155 WAYLAND, MASS. WAYLAND

33

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NATHANIEL ILEBODE FR. · F · 6–4 · 215 MALDEN, MASS. MALDEN

FRANCISCO CASTELLO–ACEVEDO FR. · F · 6–5 · 270 SAN JUAN, PUERTO RICO PERPETUO SOCORRO

GEORGE GRILLAKIS SO. · G · 6–1 · 170 LOWELL, MASS. CENTRAL CATHOLIC

24

JAMAL FIIN SO. · G/F · 6–4 · 190 BOSTON, MASS. BOSTON LATIN

4

THOMAS DUFFY (C) SO. · G · 6–3 · 175 FAIRFIELD, CONN. FAIRFIELD–LUDLOWE

13

RYAN O’CONNELL SO. · G · 6–1 · 175 ANDOVER, MASS. ANDOVER

5

WARFA ABDILLAHI JR. · G · 6–2 · 180 BRIGHTON, MASS CHARLESTOWN

15

KEVIN QUERUSIO JR. · F · 6–4 · 205 MILLIS, MASS. MILLIS

25

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ALEX JACOVIDES FR. · G/F · 6–4 · 185 TAMPA, FLA. ALONSO

BRENDAN MULSON FR. ·G/F · 6–4 · 180 ALBANY, N.Y. COLONIE CENTRAL

U N I V E R S I T Y


SCHEDULE & QUICK FACTS | 2017–18 SCHEDULE |

* — GNAC GAME # — WILLIAMS TIP–OFF TOURNAMENT 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 | 14 |

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| HEAD COACH |

| MEDIA RELATIONS |

Jeff Juron (Rochester, 2008)

SID: Amy Barry

Record at Suffolk: 15–37

Office: 617.305.1756

Career Record: Same

Email: abarry7@suffolk.edu

Men’s Basketball Office: 617.557.6586

Twitter: @Amy_BarryTen Mailing Address:

| 2016–17 RECAP |

Suffolk University Ridgeway Building

2016–17 Overall Record: 7–19

148 Cambridge Street

Home/Away/Neutral: 4–7 | 3–10 | 0–2

Second Floor

GNAC Record: 6–12

Boston, MA 02148

Home/Away/Neutral: 4–5 | 2–8 | 0–0 GNAC Finish: Seventh

| SOCIALIZE | Suffolk Twitter: @gosuffolkrams

| 2017–18 ROSTER DATA |

Suffolk Instagram: @gosuffolkrams

Starters Returning/Lost: 4/1

Official Hashtag: #RamNation

Other Players Returning/Lost: 8/1

Team Twitter: @suffolkmbb

Newcomers: 5

Team Instagram: @suffolkmbb


2017–18 PREVIEW

| GUESS WHO’S BACK |

| LIFTING THE LID |

Suffolk welcomes back nearly every letterwinner from one

· Since 1967–68, Suffolk is 20–29 in the first game of

of the youngest squads in program history that put together

the season. Starting in 2009, the Rams rattled off three

a league postseason run a year ago. Headlining the group is

consecutive wins on day one of the season, but since Suffolk

all–league second–team selection Michael Hagopian, who

has gone 1–4, including an 87–78 setback at Brandeis in Jeff

anchored Suffolk’s scoring in 2016–17 with 14.3 ppg to go

Juron’s second season at the helm a year ago.

along with 3.1 rpg and 1.5 apg.

· The Rams will open up the slate inside Regan Gymnasium for the ninth time since 1976 and first time since tipping off

Adding to the offensive is Hagopian’s classmate, floor general

the 2015–16 slate versus UMass Boston (L, 72–61) at home.

Jim Djema, who dished out a team–best 2.5 apg and was

Suffolk is 4–4 on its home hardwood on the first game of the

second on the squad with 10.9 ppg. Sophomores Thomas

season.

Duffy (7.2 ppg, 5.3 rpg) and George Grillakis (7.6 ppg, 3.5

· The Rams have opened up its campaign 16 times on the

rpg) look to approve on impressive freshmen campaigns.

road (5–11) and have taken the court at a neutral site for the first game of the year on 17 difference occasions (6–11).

Juniors Warfa Abdillahi and Kevin Querusio and sophomores

· Prior to the 1976–77 campaign, the location of Suffolk’s

Jonathan Eng, Jamal Fiin, Lyle Logan, Cameron Powers and

season opener was undisclosed with the Rams going 5–4

Conor Reynolds all look to add spark to Suffolk’s lineup.

through those contests. · The Rams look to come out on the winning side of its

| NEW FACES IN NEW PLACES |

season opener for the first time in the Juron era and first time

Four true freshmen and one transfer were brought in over the

since taking down Western New England, 95–84, to lift the

off season to add a boost to Suffolk’s roster. Ryan O’Connell

lid on the 2013–14 season.

will make his blue-and-gold Rams debut as a sophomore,

· Suffolk and Brandeis will meet on day one for the second

while Francisco Castello–Acevedo, Nathaniel Ilebode,

straight season.

Alex Jacovides and Brendan Mulson will each make their collegiate entrance at Suffolk. U N I V E R S I T Y


2017–18 PREVIEW | 2017–18 GNAC PREASON POLL | PL. SCHOOL

POINTS (FPV)

2016–17 (GNAC)

| ON THE BENCH | Jeff Juron was named the fifth head coach in Suffolk men’s basketball history in the summer of 2015 and begins his third

Albertus Magnus

118 (9)

23–5 (16–2)

season on the bench in 2017–18. Through two seasons with the

2. Johnson & Wales

103 (1)

15–12 (14–4)

Rams, Juron has led the blue-and-gold to two GNAC postseason

3. Mount Ida

91 (1)

17–10 (12–6)

appearances and 15 victories.

4. Saint Joseph’s (Me.)

83

13–13 (10–8)

5. Lasell

79

19–9 (14–4)

6. Regis

62

9–17 (NA)

Without a senior on the team, Suffolk will look to its five juniors to

7. Emmanuel

57

8–18 (7–11)

8. Norwich

50

8–17 (5–13)

guide its underclassmen made up of eight sophomores and four

9. Suffolk

44

7–19 (6–12)

10. Anna Maria

23

5–21 (6–13)

11. Rivier

16

2–23 (1–17)

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freshmen. Position wise, the Rams are comprised of 10 guards, a trio of forwards, and swing players and one center. | RAMS RINGLEADERS |

WHEN IT COMES TO STATS... STATISTICS

16–17

RETURNING LOST % RETURN

Scoring

1707 1515 192 0.888

Field Goals

614

542

72

0.883

3–Point FGs

194

170

24

0.876

Free Throws

285

257

28

0.902

The junior frontcourt, backcourt duo of Michael Hagopian and Steven DiPrizio will lead the way for the Rams this season as co– captains. | MEASURE UP |

Rebounding 813 624 189 0.768

Fifteen of the Rams’ 16 players stand shorter than 6–5 and just a

Assists

312 283 29 0.907

pair of players are 6–5 or taller.

Blocked Shots

62

Steals

155 135 20 0.871

Minutes

5200 4487 713 0.863

49

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0.790 | GEORGRAPHY 101 | The Rams 2017–18 roster features 17 players representing five states and Puerto Rice. There are 11 Rams that call Massachusetts

WHEN IT COMES TO STATS LEADERS (per game)

home and four that hail from Connecticut. New York, Florida and

CATEGORY STAT LEADER

Illinois are also represented.

Scoring

14.3 Hagopian

Field Goals

5.2

Hagopian

Field Goal %

54.3

Duffy

3-Point FGs

2.1

Hagopian

3-Point FG%

45.8

Duffy

Free Throws

1.9

Hagopian

Free Throw %

88.0

Powers

| DOUBLE DIP | Five of Suffolk’s games this season will serve as doubleheader with the Rams’ women’s squad.

Dec. 2 vs. Saint Joseph’s (Maine)

Dec. 12 vs. UMass Boston

Rebounding 5.3 Duffy

Jan. 18 vs. Emmanuel

Assists 2.5 Djema

Jan. 27 vs. Mount Ida

Blocked Shots

0.8

Feb. 1 vs. Albertus Magnus

Steals

1.0 Eng | Grillakis

Minutes

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Querusio

32.8 Hagopian

Last season, Suffolk went 1-2 when playing the same day inside Regan Gymnasium as the women.


SEASON gp–gs min / 2016–17 15–0 86 TOTALS 15–0 86

TOTAL 3–POINT F–THROW REBOUNDS avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def 5.7 7–22 .318 4–13 .308 0-0 .000 1 9 5.7 7–22 .318 4–13 .308 0-0 .000 1 9

tot

10 10

avg 0.7 0.7

pf

dg

8 8

0 0

a 2 2

to

blk

st

pts

avg

2 2

0 0

4 4

18 18

1.2 1.2

| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 15 games … Recorded one rebound in his collegiate debut at Brandeis (Nov. 15) … Tallied three points and one board versus Washington and Lee at Rochester’s Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 18) … Poured in one carom and one steal against Alfred apart of Rochester’s Resler Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 19) … Took the floor versus Salve Regina (Nov. 27) … Had one assist, one board and one steal to his credit at Wheelock (Nov. 29) … Competed in the GNAC opener against St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Dec. 3) … Recorded one steal against Norwich (Dec. 7) … Played at Albertus Magnus (Dec. 10) … Registered two points and one board versus Rivier (Jan. 10) … Notched two points, two assists, one carom and one steal at Lasell (Jan. 14) … Recorded nine points and two boards at Norwich (Jan. 17) … Poured in two points at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 25) … Grabbed one rebound against Anna Maria (Jan. 28) … Pulled down one board at Rivier (Feb. 1) … Saw the floor versus Lasell (Feb. 7). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · EAST HAVEN | Varsity letterwinner at East Haven and captained 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 Society.

CAREER HIGHS POINTS.......................................................................... 9, AT NORWICH, 01.17.17 FG MADE....................................................................... 3, AT NORWICH, 01.17.17 FG ATT........................................................................... 5, AT NORWICH, 01.17.17 3PT MADE..................................................................... 3, AT NORWICH, 01.17.17 3PT ATT......................................................................... 3, AT NORWICH, 01.17.17 FT MADE.................................................................................................................. FT ATT...................................................................................................................... REBOUNDS................................................................... 2, AT NORWICH, 01.17.17 ASSISTS..............................................................................2, AT LASELL, 01.14.17 STEALS................................................................................................... 1, 4 TIMES BLOCKS....................................................................................................................

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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 / 2016–17 22–3 267 12.1 28–68 .412 10–27 .370 22–25 .880 7 15 22 TOTALS 22–3 267 12.1 28–68 .412 10–27 .370 22–25 .880 7 15 22

| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 22 games, starting three … Averaged 4.0 ppg …. Recorded nine points, two boards and one steals in his collegiate debut at Brandeis (Nov. 15) … Tallied three handouts versus Washington and Lee at Rochester’s Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 18) … Poured in two caroms and one assist against Alfred apart of Rochester’s Resler Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 19) … Notched three points and one steal in the GNAC opener against St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Dec. 3) … Recorded eight points and one board against Norwich (Dec. 7) … Took the floor at Albertus Magnus (Dec. 10) … Poured in two points at UMass Boston (Dec. 13) … Racked up four points and three caroms against Emmanuel (Jan. 5) … Contributed 10 points on a 2–for–3 effort from 3–point land and a 4–for– 5 showing at the charity strip at Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Registered two points, one board and one takeaway versus Rivier (Jan. 10) … Put together a six–point effort in his first collegiate start against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 12) … Notched eight points and one carom at Lasell (Jan. 14) … Tallied three rebounds and three assists at Norwich (Jan. 17) … Tallied 16 points and two handouts off the bench versus Mount Ida (Jan. 21) … Registered four caroms, three points and one handout at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 25) … Dished out one assist against Anna Maria (Jan. 28) … Notched five points and three assists at Rivier (Feb. 1) … Racked up four points, one board and one handout at Emmanuel (Feb. 4) … Contributed two points, two handouts and one rebound versus Lasell (Feb. 7) … Saw the floor against Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Pulled down one rebound in the regular–season finale at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Feb. 18) … Registered six points and one board in the GNAC Quarterfinals at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 21).

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pf 37 37

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0 0

a 15 15

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st

pts

21 21

0 0

5 5

88 4.0 88 4.0

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CAREER HIGHS POINTS...........................................................................16, MOUNT IDA, 01.27.17 FG MADE......................................................................... 6, MOUNT IDA, 01.27.17

| ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2016, Spring 2017). | 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.

FG ATT.............................................................................11, MOUNT IDA, 01.27.17 3PT MADE....................................... 2, 3 TIMES, LAST AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.17 3PT ATT............................................................................5, MOUNT IDA, 01.21.17 FT MADE........................................... 4, TWICE, LAST AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.17 FT ATT........................................................................5, AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.17 REBOUNDS.................................................4, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 01.25.17 ASSISTS............................................... 3, 3 TIMES, LAST AT NORWICH, 01.17.17 STEALS.............................................................................2, MOUNT IDA, 01.21.17 BLOCKS....................................................................................................................

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TOTAL 3–POINT SEASON gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga /2015–16 24–5 380 15.8 36–87 .414 9–29 / 2016–17 13–13 356 27.4 56–133 .421 5–23 / TOTALS 37–18 736 19.9 92–220 .418 14–52

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F–THROW REBOUNDS 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg .310 13–19 .684 23 60 83 3.5 46 0 21 23 5 3 94 3.9 .217 53–65 .815 22 86 108 8.3 45 3 15 38 10 5 170 13.1 .269 66–84 .786 45 146 191 5.2 91 3 36 61 15 8 264 7.1

| 2017–18 · JUNIOR | Co-captain. | 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | GNAC All–Sportsmanship Team … Started each of the 13 games he appeared in … Averaged 13.1 ppg and led the team on the glass with 8.3 rpg … Recorded 13 points on a 5–for–7 performance from the floor to go with two assists at Brandeis (Nov. 15) … Tallied 14 points, two rebounds and one steal versus Washington and Lee (Nov. 18) at Rochester’s Chuck Resler Tournament … Poured in four points and three caroms against Alfred apart of Rochester’s Resler Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 19) … Registered his first collegiate double-double of 22 points and 13 rebounds and dished out one assist in the home opener against Emerson (Nov. 22) … Contributed nine points, three assists and one rebound versus Salve Regina (Nov. 27) … Had a 19–point, 17–rebound double–double performance at Wheelock (Nov. 29) … Notched eight caroms, seven points, one assist and one steal in the GNAC opener against St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Dec. 3) … Recoded 13 boards, nine points, one assist and one steal against Norwich (Dec. 7) … Tallied 14 points, nine rebounds, two blocks, one assist and one steal at Albertus Magnus … Poured in a 17–point, 11–rebound, two–assist effort at UMass Boston (Dec. 13) … Racked up 21 points, seven caroms and one block against Emmanuel (Jan. 5) … Contributed a 13–point, 12–board double–double at Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Registered 12 boards, eight points, two handouts and one takeaway versus Rivier (Jan. 10). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Played in 24 games, averaged 3.9 ppg and 3.5 rpg…Made his college debut with 16 minutes off the bench, shot 3–5 from the floor, finishing with six points and five rebounds (Nov. 14) … Shot 60 percent while hitting two free throws and grabbing five boards versus Worcester State (Nov. 20) … Shot a season high 75 percent, went 2–2 from behind the arc, came down with nine rebounds and finished with a season best 14 points against Johnson State (Nov. 21) … Shot 2–4, adding a set of free throws, and five rebounds and four assists, also tallying his first block against Salve Regina (Nov. 24) … Shot 1–2 from the floor, adding three rebounds and two assists, finishing with two points versus New England College (Nov. 29) … Made one shot from the field, added a pair of free throws, grabbed a total of seven | 20 |

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CAREER HIGHS POINTS........................................................................ 22, AT EMERSON, 11.22.16 FG MADE.......................................... 7, TWICE, LAST VS. EMMANUEL, 01.05.17 FG ATT............................................................................... 16, EMERSON, 11.22.16 3PT MADE........................................................................... 2, EMERSON, 11.22.16 3PT ATT...............................................................................6, EMERSON, 11.22.16 FT MADE................................................................... 9, AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.12 FT ATT...................................................................... 12, AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.17 REBOUNDS............................................................... 17, AT WHEELOCK, 11.29.16 ASSISTS.......................................................................3, SALVE REGINA, 11.27.16 STEALS................................................................................................... 1, 5 TIMES BLOCKS............................................................................... 3, EMERSON, 11.22.16


rebounds and one block, to finish the game with four points against Albertus Magnus (Dec.1) … Grabbed one rebound against Johnson & Wales (Dec. 3) … Filed eight minutes of court time against Emmanuel (Dec. 5) … Tallied his first career start against Wheelock, shot 4–9 with a seasons best of 12 rebounds, finished with one block and nine points (Dec. 14) … Came down with one rebound against Emerson (Jan. 3) … Tallied a total of eight points, making 2–3 from three and 3–5 from the floor, added six rebounds against Norwich (Jan. 13) … Shot 50 percent from the floor added a one three and one free throw, also contributed with four rebounds, two assists and one block, finishing with six total points against Johnson & Wales (Jan. 16) … Recorded one bucket and one steal against Saint Joseph’s (Jan. 18) … Shot 2–5 in total, adding 2-2 from the line finishing with six points against Lasell (Jan. 18) … Finished with one assist against Anna Maria (Jan. 23) … Contributed with one steal against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 27) … Pulled down three rebounds against Emmanuel (Jan. 30) … Made 1–2 free throws and pulled down one rebound against Anna Maria (Feb. 3) … Shot 100 percent from the free throw line against Norwich (Feb.6) … Had a pair of rebounds and assists against Mount Ida (Feb. 9) … Had three rebounds and one block against Rivier (Feb. 13) … Saw 10 minutes of action against Saint Joseph’s (Feb. 16) … Made 4–6 from 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). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | GNAC All–Academic Team (2016–17) ... Four–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · MEDFORD | Three–year varsity letterwinner in basketball at Medford …GBL All–Star selection as a senior … Unsung Hero Award recipient in 2014-15.

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AFTER BEING SIDELNED AT THE MID–POINT OF HIS SOPHOMORE SEASON IN 2016–17, DIPRIZIO REPRESENTED THE RAMS ON THE GNAC ALL–SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM.

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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 / 2016–17 26–13 667 25.7 69–127 .543 11–24 .458 38–53 .717 31 107 138 TOTALS 26–13 667 25.7 69–127 .543 11–24 .458 38–53 .717 31 107 138

| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 26 games, starting 13 … Averaged 7.2 ppg and 5.3 rpg … Recorded six points, seven rebounds and one assist in his collegiate debut, which he started, at Brandeis (Nov. 15) … Tallied two points and two rebounds versus Washington and Lee at Rochester’s Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 18) … Poured in seven caroms, two assists and one point against Alfred apart of Rochester’s Resler Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 19) … Registered four points, four boards, two steals and one block in the home opener against Emerson (Nov. 22) … Contributed six points, three rebounds, two handouts, two takeaways and one block versus Salve Regina (Nov. 27) … Had 10 rebounds, six points and two assists to his credit at Wheelock (Nov. 29) … Notched nine points, six caroms, two steals and one assist in the GNAC opener against St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Dec. 3) … Collected his first GNAC Corivas Rookie of the Week Honor (Dec. 5) … Recorded four points, three assists and two boards against Norwich (Dec. 7) … Tallied 10 points and seven rebounds at Albertus Magnus (Dec. 10) … Took home his second straight GNAC Corvias Rookie of the Week nod (Dec. 12) … Poured in three boards and two points at UMass Boston (Dec. 13) … Racked up six points on a perfect 2–for–2 showing from the floor and 2–for–2 effort at the line to go along with one carom, one handout and one steal versus Emmanuel (Jan. 6) … Contributed two points and one rebound at Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Registered six boards, four points, one handout and one takeaway versus Rivier (Jan. 10) … Put together a 13–point, eight–rebound, two–assist, two–steal effort against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 12) … Notched three caroms and one assist at Lasell (Jan. 14) … Recorded nine points, seven rebounds, one assist and one steal at Norwich (Jan. 17) … Tallied three points, three assists, two rebounds and one takeaway versus Mount Ida (Jan. 21) … Registered seven caroms, two points and one handout at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 25) … Poured in 10 points, nine rebounds, two assists and two steals against Anna Maria (Jan. 28) … Notched his first collegiate double-double at Rivier with 12 points and 12 rebounds (Feb. 1) … Racked up 13 points, six caroms and one takeaway at Emmanuel (Feb. 4) … Contributed 11 points, eight boards and two assists versus Lasell (Feb. 7) … Put together an eight–point, three–rebound, three–assist day against Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Had 22 points, seven boards, five assists, three steals and one block to his credit at Anna Maria (Feb. 14) … Tallied eight points, four rebounds and four handouts in the regular-season finale at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Feb. 18) … | 22 |

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pf 5.3 64 5.3 64

dg

4 4

a to 40 43 40 43

blk

4 4

st 18 18

pts 187 187

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7.2 7.2

CAREER HIGHS POINTS................................................................. 22, AT ANNA MARIA, 02.14.17 FG MADE.................................................................7, AT ANNA MARIA, 02.14.17 FG ATT........................................................ 11, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 02.21.17 3PT MADE............................................. 2, TWICE, LAST AT NORWICH, 01.17.17 3PT ATT........................................................ 5, ST. JOSEPH’S (MAINE), 12.03.16 FT MADE................................................................ 6, AT ANNA MARIA, 02.14.17 FT ATT.................................................................... 9, AT ANNA MARIA, 02.14.17 REBOUNDS.......................................................................12, AT RIVIER, 02.01.17 ASSISTS.................................................................. 5, AT ANNA MARIA, 02.14.17 STEALS................................................................... 3, AT ANNA MARIA, 02.14.17 BLOCKS.................................................................................................. 1, 4 TIMES


Registered 14 points, three boards, two assists and one swat in the GNAC Quarterfinals at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 21). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | AD Honor Roll selection in Fall of 2016. | 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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THOMAS DUFFY PLAYED A KEY ROLE FOR THE RAMS AS HE SAW 25.7 MINUTES PER GAME AND AVERAGED 7.2 PPG AS A FRESHMAN. HE FACILITATED WELL, DISHING OUT 40 ASSISTS ON THE SEASON AND HELD HIS OWN ON THE GLASS WITH 5.3 RPG.

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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 pf dg a to blk st pts avg / 2015–16 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 / 2016–17 11–0 73 6.6 11–23 .478 7–14 .500 0–0 .000 2 10 12 1.1 6 0 2 3 0 3 29 2.6 TOTALS 19–0 104 5.5 15–36 .417 10–23 .435 2–4 .500 2 15 17 0.9 7 0 2 4 1 4 42 2.2

| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Appeared in 11 games … Saw the floor at Wheelock (Nov. 29) … Registered two points, two boards and one steal versus Rivier (Jan. 10) … Notched eight points and two caroms at Lasell (Jan. 14) … Took the floor at Norwich (Jan. 17) … Took the floor against Anna Maria (Jan. 28) … Pulled down one board at Rivier (Feb. 1) … Played versus Lasell (Feb. 7) … Pulled down one rebound against Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Competed at Anna Maria (Feb. 14) … Tallied 16 points, two caroms, one handout and one steal in the regular– season finale at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Feb. 18) … Registered four boards, three points, one assist and one takeaway in the GNAC Quarterfinals at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 21). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Played in eight games, averaged 1.6 ppg … Made his first collegiate appearance at Johnson State (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 with three points in three minutes of action against Emerson (Jan. 3) … Battled against Norwich (Jan. 13) … Contributed one free throw against Johnson & Wales (Jan. 16) … Assisted on the defensive end by pulling down two rebounds against Lasell (Jan. 21) Went 1-1 from three point range finishing with three points against Albertus Magnus (Jan.27) … Grabbed one rebound against Lasell (Feb. 20). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · CHARLESTOWN | 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 student.

CAREER HIGHS POINTS.............................................................................. 8, AT LASEEL, 01.14.17 FG MADE............................................................................3, AT LASELL, 01.14.17 FG ATT.........................................................5, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 12.03.15 3PT MADE..........................................................................2, AT LASELL, 01.14.17 3PT ATT..................................................... 3, TWICE, LAST AT LASELL, 01.14.17 FT MADE.............................1, TWICE, LAST VS. JOHNSON & WALES, 01.16.16 FT ATT............................................................... 2, JOHNSON & WALES, 01.16.16 REBOUNDS.................................................4, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 02.21.17 ASSISTS........................................................1, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 02.21.17 STEALS.....................................................1, 3 TIMES, LAST, VS. RIVIER, 01.10.17 BLOCKS...............................................................................1, AT LASEL, 02.20.16

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TOTAL 3–POINT SEASON gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga / 2015–16 26–25 802 30.8 57–144 .396 34–72 / 2016–17 26–26 853 32.8 134–317 .423 54–134 TOTALS 52–51 1655 31.8 191–461 .414 88–206

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F–THROW REBOUNDS 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg .472 17–25 .680 10 55 65 2.5 45 0 39 13 3 16 165 6.3 .403 50–59 .847 8 72 80 3.1 45 1 38 39 11 19 372 14.3 .427 67–84 .798 18 127 145 2.8 90 1 77 52 14 35 537 10.3

| 4TH ALL–TIME IN 3PT % .427 (88–206) | | 10TH 2016–17 SEASON FT% .847 (50–59)| | MOST POINTS SCORED UNDER JURON, 36 AT RIVIER, 2.1.17 | | 2017–18 · JUNIOR | Co-captain. | 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | All–GNAC Second Team … Started all 26 games in the backcourt … Led the team offensively with 14.3 ppg … Recorded 17 points on a 7–for–13 performance from the floor and 3-for-6 effort behind-the-arc to go along with three rebounds, two assists and one steal at Brandeis (Nov. 15) … Tallied nine points, three rebounds, one assist and one steal versus Washington and Lee at Rochester’s Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 18) … Poured in 17 points and one assist against Alfred apart of Rochester’s Resler Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 19) … Registered eight points, two boards and two assists in the home opener against Emerson (Nov. 22) … Contributed eight points, three boards, one handout and one takeaway versus Salve Regina (Nov. 27) … Had 13 points, five boards, two assists and one steal to his credit at Wheelock (Nov. 29) … Notched 12 points, four caroms and one assist in the GNAC opener against St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Dec. 3) … Recorded four boards, three assists, two steals and one block against Norwich (Dec. 7) … Tallied nine points, six rebounds, two assists, one block and one steal at Albertus Magnus (Dec. 10) … Poured in 15 points, three boards, and two handouts at UMass Boston (Dec. 13) … Racked up 13 points, five assists, three caroms and one takeaway against Emmanuel (Jan. 5) … Contributed two points and two rebounds at Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Registered 16 points, three boards, three handouts and one swat versus Rivier (Jan. 10) … Put together a 14–point, six–rebound, one–block, one–steal effort against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 12) … Notched 19 points, four caroms and two assists at Lasell (Jan. 14) … Tallied eight points, two assists and one rebound at Norwich (Jan. 17) … Tallied six rebounds, four points and one takeaway versus Mount Ida (Jan. 21) … Registered eight points, one carom and one steal at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 25) … Became the first Ram to drop 30–plus points in a game since Sam Nwadike did Jan. 4, 2015 with a 34–point effort against Anna Maria, in which he shot 12–for–19 from the floor, 5–for–7 from 3–point range and 5–for–6 from the

CAREER HIGHS POINTS.............................................................................36, AT RIVIER, 02.01.17 FG MADE.....................................................................12, ANNA MARIA, 01.28.17 FG ATT........................................................................ 19, ANNA MARIA, 01.28.17 3PT MADE..........................................................................6, AT RIVIER, 02.01.17 3PT ATT............................................................................ 10, AT RIVIER, 02.01.17 FT MADE............................................................................8, AT RIVIER, 02.01.17 FT ATT.................................................................................9, AT RIVIER, 02.0117 REBOUNDS...............................................................7, AT MOUNT IDA, 02.09.16 ASSISTS........................................................................... 6, EMMANUEL, 12.05.15 STEALS.............................................................................3, AT LASELL, 02.20.16 BLOCKS.............................................................................. 3, AT RIVIER, 02.01.17

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line, adding four rebounds, two blocks and one steal to his stat line (Jan. 28) … Upstaged his 34–point performance with a 36–point output at Rivier, shooting 11–for–16 from the floor, 6–for–10 from behind the arc and 8–for–9 from the charity stripe, becoming the first Ram to string back–to–back 30–point games together since John Murphy did so in 2007 (Feb. 1) … Racked up 10 points, two caroms and one handout at Emmanuel (Feb. 4) … Contributed 25 points and five boards versus Lasell (Feb. 7) … Put together a 12–point, two–assist, two–steal, one–block, one–rebound day against Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Had 19 points, three caroms, two steals and one assist to his credit at Anna Maria (Feb. 14) … Tallied 20 points, three handouts and one board in the regular– season finale at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Feb. 18) … Registered 24 points, four rebounds, two takeaways and one steal in the GNAC Quarterfinals at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 21). | 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | 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 Worcester State (Nov. 20) … Contributed four assists and three rebounds against Johnson State (Nov. 21) … Made 3–7 field goals and 2–4 from three for eight points against Salve Regina (Nov. 24) … Contributed 16 minutes against New England College (Nov. 29) … Shot 50 percent from the floor and finished with five points against Albertus Magnus (Dec. 1) … Played in 18 minutes against Johnson & Wales (Dec. 3) … Shot 2–4, added six rebounds and a career-high six assists against (Dec. 5) … Went 4-7 from the floor and 2–4 from three, for 10 points to go along with one steal and one rebound against Wheelock (Dec. 14) … Went 4–6 from the field including 2–3 from behind the arc for a 10-point performance versus Emerson (Jan. 3) … Shot 4–7 from the field, while shooting perfect from three and from the free throw line, for 13 points and added three rebounds against Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Had eight points off 2–3 attempts from three and grabbed four rebounds Rivier (Jan. 9) … Saw 24 minutes of time against Norwich (Jan. 13) … Made three field goals, adding up to two three’s, one free throw for nine points and notched three rebounds, one assist, and one steal against Johnson & Wales (Jan. 16) … Finished 2–2 from three for six points and pulled down five against Saint Joseph’s (Jan. 18) … Shot 50 percent (5–10) from the floor for a 12-point effort to go along with three rebounds against Lasell (Jan. 21) … Contributed 11 points and two versus Anna Maria (Jan. 23) … Finished with two assists and one trey against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 27) … Made 4–6 from three, for 13 points, pulled down four rebounds and dished out two assists against Emmanuel (Jan.30) … Tallied four rebounds and three assists in 30 minutes of play against Anna Maria (Feb. 3) … Shot 3–5 including one triple for seven points against Norwich (Feb.6) … Shot a career high 6-6 from the free throw line, to go with a pair of threes for 14 points to go with four rebounds against Mount Ida (Feb. 9) … Made 2–3 threes, and grabbed four rebounds against Rivier (Feb.13) … Finished with five points in 37 minutes of 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 rebounds, two steals and two assists at Lasell (Feb. 23). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | GNAC All–Academic Team (2016–17) ... Four–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · WATERTOWN | Four-year varsity letterwinner at Watertown and captained the team as a senior … Led Watertown to the North Final …Team MVP in 2014–15 … Named Middlesex All-Star as a senior … Named Watertown’s Rookie of the Year in 2011–12 … Academic Honors Program Student-Athlete.

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AS A SOPHOMORE, MICHAEL HAGOPIAN STARTED ALL 26 GAMES AND LED THE WAY WITH 14.3 PPG TO GO ALONG WITH 1.5 APG EN ROUTE TO ALL–GNAC SECOND TEAM STATUS.

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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 pf dg a to blk st pts avg / 2016–17 0–0 0 0 0–0 .000 0–0 .000 0–0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS 0–0 0 0 0–0 .000 0–0 .000 0–0 .000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Missed the season due to injury | 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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TOTAL 3–POINT F–THROW REBOUNDS SEASON gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot / 2016–17 21–18 477 22.7 64–137 .467 4–31 .129 28–47 .596 30 43 73 TOTALS 21–18 477 22.7 64–137 .467 4–31 .129 28–47 .596 30 43 73

| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 21 games, starting 18 … Averaged 7.6 ppg, 3.5 rpg and 1.7 apg … Recorded 14 points on a 5–for–8 performance from the floor and a perfect 4–for–4 showing at the line to go with three boards, three steals and one assist in his collegiate debut at Brandeis (Nov. 15) … Tallied seven points, three rebounds and one steal versus Washington and Lee at Rochester’s Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 18) … Poured in 10 points, four caroms, one assist and one steal against Alfred apart of Rochester’s Resler Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 19) … Registered 11 points, four boards and two assists in his first collegiate start and the Rams’ home opener against Emerson (Nov. 22) … Contributed nine points, four rebounds and two takeaways versus Salve Regina (Nov. 27) … Had five assists, two points and one rebound to his credit at Wheelock (Nov. 29) … Notched seven points, seven caroms, three steals and one assist in the GNAC opener against St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Dec. 3) … Recorded five points, on assist, one board and one steal against Norwich (Dec. 7) … Tallied four points and two rebounds at Albertus Magnus (Dec. 10) … Poured in nine points and six boards at UMass Boston (Dec. 13) … Racked up nine points, three caroms and one handout against Emmanuel (Jan. 5) … Contributed 15 points, six assists, three rebounds and one steal at Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Registered two handouts versus Rivier (Jan. 10) … Tallied nine points, three rebounds, two takeaways and one handout versus Mount Ida (Jan. 21) … Registered 10 points, eight caroms, one handout and one steal at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 25) … Poured in eight points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals against Anna Maria (Jan. 28) … Notched five points, five boards, one handout and one steal at Rivier (Feb. 1) … Racked up four points, four handouts and two caroms at Emmanuel (Feb. 4) … Contributed three points, three rebounds and two assists versus Lasell (Feb. 7) … Put together a nine–point, four–rebound, three–assist, two–steal day against Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Had 10 points and one board to his credit at Anna Maria (Feb. 14).

avg

pf 3.5 40 3.5 40

dg

1 1

a 36 36

to 37 37

blk

0 0

st 21 21

pts avg 160 7.6 160 7.6

CAREER HIGHS POINTS..................................................................... 15, AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.17 FG MADE............................................................................................... 5, 4 TIMES FG ATT.......................................................................11, AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.17 3PT MADE.............................................................................................. 1, 4 TIMES 3PT ATT............................................. 4, TWICE, LAST AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.17 FT MADE................................................................... 6, AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.17 FT ATT............................................... 6, TWICE, LAST AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.17

| ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2016, Spring 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · CENTRAL CATHOLIC | Varsity letterwinner at Central Catholic and captained the team his senior season … Led Central Catholic to the Division I State Championship. | 28 |

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REBOUNDS.................................................8, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 01.25.17 ASSISTS..................................................................... 6, AT MOUNT IDA, 01.07.17 STEALS........................................ 3, 3 TIMES, LAST VS. ANNA MARIA, 01.27.17 BLOCKS....................................................................................................................


| BEFORE SUFFOLK · TRINITY COLLEGE | Attended Trinity in 2016–17. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · ANDOVER | Letterwinner at Andover.

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TOTAL 3–POINT SEASON gp–gs min avg fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga / 2015–16 11–1 67 6.1 3–9 .333 0–0 / 2016–17 26–11 490 18.8 27–72 .375 2–2 / TOTALS 37–12 557 15.1 30–81 .370 2–2

F–THROW REBOUNDS 3fg% ft–fta ft% off def tot avg pf dg a to blk st pts avg .000 6–8 .750 4 13 17 1.5 6 0 3 1 0 3 12 1.1 1.000 14–18 .778 15 53 68 2.6 42 0 37 39 21 11 70 2.7 1.000 20–26 .769 19 66 85 2.3 48 0 40 40 21 14 82 2.2

| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Appeared in 26 games started in 11 … Averaged 2.7 ppg and 2.6 rpg … Recorded one board in the season opener at Brandeis (Nov. 15) … Tallied four rebounds, two points, one assist and one block versus Washington and Lee at Rochester’s Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 18) … Poured in six points, three caroms, one assist and one block against Alfred apart of Rochester’s Resler Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 19) … Registered one board in the home opener against Emerson … Contributed two rebounds, one point and one takeaway versus Salve Regina (Nov. 27) … Had one block and one board to his credit at Wheelock (Nov. 29) … Recorded five points, two assists and one block against Norwich (Dec. 7) … Took the floor at Albertus Magnus (Dec. 10) … Poured in two points and two steals at UMass Boston (Dec. 13) … Racked up two blocks, one carom and one handout against Emmanuel (Jan. 5) … Contributed one rebound and one steal at Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Registered four points and one board versus Rivier (Jan. 10) … Put together a six–rebound, three–point, two–assist effort against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 12) … Notched seven points, four handouts and three caroms at Lasell (Jan. 14) … Recorded two assists, one point, one board and one steal at Norwich (Jan. 17) … Tallied five rebounds, one handout, one block and one takeaway versus Mount Ida (Jan. 21) … Registered two points at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 25) … Poured in six points, four rebounds and three assists against Anna Maria (Jan. 28) … Notched 10 assists, five rebounds, two points, one block and one steal at Rivier (Feb. 1) … Racked up six points, four boards and one block at Emmanuel (Feb. 4) … Contributed four rebounds, four blocks, three assists and three points versus Lasell (Feb. 7) … Put together a seven–rebound, four–assist, two–point, two–steal day against Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Had eight points and two caroms to his credit at Anna Maria (Feb. 14) … Tallied six rebounds, four points and two assists in the regular-season finale at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Feb. 18) … Registered six points, four points and two takeaways in the GNAC Quarterfinals at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 21).

CAREER HIGHS POINTS.................................................................. 8, AT ANNA MARIA, 02.14.17 FG MADE................................................................ 4, AT ANNA MARIA, 02.14.17 FG ATT.....................................................................7, AT ANNA MARIA, 02.14.17 3PT MADE........................... 1, TWICE, LAST VS. ABLERTUS MAGNUS, 01.17.17 3PT ATT............................... 1, TWICE, LAST VS. ABLERTUS MAGNUS, 01.17.17 FT MADE.................................................... 4,A T JOHNSON & WALES, 12.03.15 FT ATT........................................................ 4,A T JOHNSON & WALES, 12.03.15

| 2015–16 · FRESHMAN | Had two points in his collegiate debut at Johnson State (Nov. 21) …Shot 1–1 from the floor, and 4–4 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 Wheelock (Dec. 14) … Saw six minutes of time against Emerson (Jan. 3) | 30 |

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REBOUNDS........................................................7, JOHNSON & WALES, 02.11.17 ASSISTS............................................................................ 10, AT RIVIER, 02.01.17 STEALS............................. 2, 3 TIMES, LAST VS. JOHNSON & WALES, 02.11.17 BLOCKS.........................................4, TWICE, LAST VS. ANNA MARIA, 01.28.17


… Made 1–2 free throws against Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Competed at Rivier (Jan.9) … Contributed 13 minutes against Norwich (Jan. 13) … Tallied two points from the floor against Johnson & Wales (Jan. 16) … Saw action against Lasell (Jan. 21) … Made 1–2 free throws against Norwich (Feb. 6) … Competed in the GNAC Quarterfinals at Lasell (Feb. 23). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2015. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · MILLIS | Varsity letterwinner at Millis and served as captain as a senior.

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KEVIN QUERUSIO STEPPED INTO A BI GROLE AS A SOPHOMORE SEEING 18.8 MINUTE PER GAME IN THE POST. HIS PRESENCE IN THE PAINT BECAME KNOWN, AS HE TURNED AWAY OFFENDERS AS THE BIG MAN BLOCKED 21 SHOTS.

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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 pf dg a to blk st pts avg / 2015–16 2–0 3 1.5 0–1 .000 0–1 .0000 0–0 .0000 0 0 0 0.0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.0 / 2016–17 26–26 700 26.9 101–233 .433 47–138 .341 34-44 .773 21 54 75 2.9 46 0 66 59 2 24 283 10.9 / TOTALS 28–26 703 25.1 101–234 .432 47–139 .338 34-44 .773 21 54 75 2.7 46 0 66 60 2 24 283 10.1

| 2016–17 · SOPHOMORE | Started all 26 games in the backcourt … Third on the team in points with 10.9 ppg … Led the team with 2.5 apg … Recorded 16 points on a 6–for–16 performance from the floor to go with three boards, three steals and two assists at Brandeis (Nov. 15) … Tallied nine points, two rebounds and one assist versus Washington and Lee at Rochester’s Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 18) … Poured in seven points and three caroms against Alfred apart of Rochester’s Resler Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 19) … Registered 13 points, four assists, two boards and one steal in the home opener against Emerson (Nov. 22) … Contributed 14 points, three handouts and two takeaways versus Salve Regina (Nov. 27) … Had 10 points, four rebounds, two assists and two steals to his credit at Wheelock (Nov. 29) … Notched seven caroms, six points, two steals and one assist in the GNAC opener against St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Dec. 3) … Recorded 11 points, two boards, one assist and one steal against Norwich (Dec. 7) … Tallied 15 points, four assists, two rebounds and two steals at Albertus Magnus (Dec. 10) … Poured in 13 points, two assists, one board and one steal at UMass Boston (Dec. 13) … Racked up 12 points, three caroms and two handouts against Emmanuel (Jan. 5) … Contributed six points and two assists at Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Registered 11 points, three handouts, two boards and two steals versus Rivier (Jan. 10) … Put together a seven–point, three-rebound, two-assist, one-steal effort against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 12) … Notched three points and one handout at Lasell (Jan. 12) … Recorded five points, two boards and two assists at Norwich (Jan. 17) … Tallied 19 points, six rebounds and two handouts versus Mount Ida (Jan. 21) … Registered six points, three caroms and two handouts at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 25) … Poured in six points, three assists, two steals and one rebound against Anna Maria (Jan. 28) … Notched 13 points, seven rebounds and one assist at Rivier (Feb. 1) … Racked up 10 points, eight boards and three assists at Emmanuel (Feb. 4) … Contributed seven points, two handouts, one rebound and one steal versus Lasell (Feb. 7) … Put together a 26–point, five–rebound day against Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Had 12 points, four boards, four assists, two blocks and two takeaways to his credit | 32 |

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CAREER HIGHS POINTS............................................................ 26, JOHNSON & WALES, 02.11.17 FG MADE..........................................................10, JOHNSON & WALES, 02.11.17 FG ATT..............................................................19, JOHNSON & WALES, 02.11.17 3PT MADE......................................................... 6, JOHNSON & WALES, 02.11.17 3PT ATT......................................................................... 9, AT BRANDEIS, 11.15.16 FT MADE..................................................... 7, AT ALBERTUS MAGNUS, 12.10.16 FT ATT........................................................8, TWICE, LAST AT RIVIER, 02.01.17 REBOUNDS.............................................................. 8, AT EMMANUEL, 02.04.17 ASSISTS.......................................................8, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 02.21.17 STEALS.......................................................................... 3, AT BRANDEIS, 11.15.16 BLOCKS.................................................................. 2, AT ANNA MARIA, 02.14.17


at Anna Maria (Feb. 14) … Tallied 14 points, nine assists, three caroms and two takeaways in the regular–season finale at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Feb. 18) … Registered 12 points, eight handouts and one rebound in the GNAC Quarterfinals at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 21). | 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). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | GNAC All–Academic Team (2016–17) ... Four–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2015, Spring 2016, Fall 2016, Spring 2017). | 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.

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JIM DJEMA STEPPED INTO A STARTING ROLE AS A SOPHOMORE A YEAR AGO. THE FLOOR GENERAL SET UP SUFFOLK’S OFFENSE WITH A TEAM–BEST 2.5 APG AND WAS ONE OF THREE RAMS TO AVERAGE DOUBLE FIGURES IN POINTS WITH 10.5 PPG.

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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 / 2016–17 26–2 504 19.4 44–114 .386 24–69 .348 18–23 .783 12 25 37 TOTALS 26–2 504 19.4 44–114 .386 24–69 .348 18–23 .783 12 25 37

| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in 26 games, starting two … Averaged 5.0 ppg, 1.4 rpg and 1.2 apg … Recorded one rebound in his collegiate debut at Brandeis (Nov. 15) … Tallied four points, one board, one assist, one block and one steal versus Washington and Lee at Rochester’s Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 18) … Poured in five points, one carom and one steal against Alfred apart of Rochester’s Resler Chuck Resler Tournament (Nov. 19) … Registered eight points, one assist, one board, and one steal in the home opener against Emerson (Nov. 22) … Contributed 12 points, three rebounds and two handouts versus Salve Regina (Nov. 27) … Went a perfect 3-for-3 from the floor, including a 2-for-2 effort behind-the-arc for eight points at Wheelock (Nov. 29) … Notched five points, two takeaways and one handout in the GNAC opener against St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Dec. 3) … Recorded 15 points, shooting 5-for-7 from the floor, 3-for-4 from 3-point range and 2-for-2 at the charity stripe against Norwich (Dec. 7) … Tallied four points, one assist, one rebound and one steal at Albertus Magnus (Dec. 10) … Grabbed one steal at UMass Boston (Dec. 13) … Racked up eight points, three caroms, two takeaways and one handout against Emmanuel (Jan. 5) … Contributed two points, one assist, one rebound and one steal at Mount Ida (Jan. 7) … Put together a five-point, two-assist, one-board, one-steal effort against Albertus Magnus (Jan. 12) … Notched 10 points, one carom and one steal at Lasell (Jan. 14) … Recorded five points and four points at Norwich (Jan. 17) … Tallied two rebounds, one handout and one takeaway versus Mount Ida (Jan. 21) … Registered four points, three caroms and one takeaway at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 25) … Poured in four points, two assists and one steal against Anna Maria (Jan. 28) … Notched three boards, two assists and two takeaways at Rivier (Feb. 1) … Racked up four steals, three assists, three points and two rebounds at Emmanuel (Feb. 4) … Contributed five points, two handouts, one board and one takeaway versus Lasell (Feb. 7) … Put together a three-point, two-rebound day against Johnson & Wales (Feb. 11) … Had four points, two assists, one carom and one steal to his credit at Anna Maria (Feb. 14) … Tallied nine points, four handouts, two rebounds and one steal in the regular-season finale at St. Joseph’s (Maine) (Feb. 18) … Registered four points, two assists, one steal and one board in the GNAC Quarterfinals at Johnson & Wales (Feb. 21).

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avg

1.4 1.4

pf 56 56

dg

2 2

a 32 32

to 33 33

blk

1 1

st pts avg 25 130 5.0 25 130 5.0

CAREER HIGHS POINTS..............................................................................15, NORWICH, 12.07.16 FG MADE............................................................................ 5, NROWICH, 12.07.16 FG ATT..............................................................................10, AT LASELL, 01.14.17 3PT MADE.......................................................................... 3, NORWICH, 12.07.16 3PT ATT.............................................................................. 7, AT LASELL, 01.14.17 FT MADE..........................................3, TWICE, LAST VE. EMMANUEL, 01.05.17 FT ATT.........................................................................5, SALVE REGINA, 11.27.16 REBOUNDS................................................................... 4, AT NORWICH, 01.17.17 ASSISTS...............................3, TWICE, LAST AT JOHNSON & WALES, 01.25.17 STEALS..................................................................... 4, AT EMMANUEL, 02.04.17 BLOCKS....................................................... 1, VS. WASHINGTON & LEE, 11.18.16


| ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | AD Honor Roll selection Fall 2016. | BEFORE SUFFOLK · WAYLAND | Varsity letterwinner at Central Catholic and captained the team his senior season … Led Central Catholic to the Division I State Championship.

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JONATHAN ENG MADE AN IMMEDIATE IMPACT AS A FRESHMAN LAST SEASON, APPEARING IN 25 GAMES. HE SUPPLIED 4.8 PPG, 1.4 RPG AND 1.1 APG OT HELP THE RAMS RACE TO THE GNAC TOURNAEMNT FOR THE FIFTH CONSECUTIVE CAMPAIGN.

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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 pf dg a to blk st pts avg / 2016–17 5–0 14 2.8 3–5 .600 2–3 .667 0–0 .000 1 0 1 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1.6 TOTALS 5–0 14 2.8 3–5 .600 2–3 .667 0–0 .000 1 0 1 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1.6

| 2016–17 · FRESHMAN | Appeared in five games … Registered three points in his collegiate debut versus Rivier (Jan. 10) … Took the floor at Lasell (Jan. 14) … Recorded one board at Norwich (Jan. 17) … Contributed five points, shooting 2–for–3 from the floor and 1–for–1 behind–the–arc at Johnson & Wales (Jan. 25)… Saw action against Anna Maria (Jan. 28). | ACADEMIC ACCOLADES | Two–time AD Honor Roll selection (Fall 2016, Spring 2017). | BEFORE SUFFOLK · CENTRAL CATHOLIC | Varsity letterwinner at Central Catholic and captained the team his senior season … Led Central Catholic to the Division I State Championship.

CAREER HIGHS POINTS........................................................5, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 01.25.17 FG MADE.....................................................2, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 01.25.17 FG ATT.........................................................3, AT JOHNSON & WALES, 01.25.17 3PT MADE................................................... 1, TWICE, LAST VS. RIVIER, 01.1017 3PT ATT..................................................... 1, 3 TIMES, LAST VS. RIVIER, 01.1017 FT MADE.................................................................................................................. FT ATT...................................................................................................................... REBOUNDS.................................................................... 1, AT NORWICH, 01.17.17 ASSISTS.................................................................................................................... STEALS..................................................................................................................... BLOCKS....................................................................................................................

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · ALONSO | Letterwinner at Alonso and captained the team as a senior … Named all–country as a senior in 2017.

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · COLONIE CENTRA | Lettered at Colonie Central … Named second–team all–league … Suburban Council All-Star.

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · MALDEN | Letterwinner and two–year captain at Malden … Named GBL All–Star.

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| BEFORE SUFFOLK · PERPETUO SOCORRO | Letterwinner at Perpetuo Socorro … Captained the team in 2014 and 2017 … Named Coaches All–Alliance Team in 2017.

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HEAD COACH

jeff

JURON

Jeff Juron, an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator at

resume. As a squad, Suffolk earned distinction as the league’s

the University of Rochester who made three appearances

Institutional Sportsmanship Award recipient, marking the

in the NCAA Division III National Tournament and was a

first time the Rams took home the honor. The Rams were

NCAA national runner–up as a player, was named Suffolk

also recognized for their efforts inside the classroom with

University’s fifth head coach of men’s basketball prior to

a NABCA Team Academic Excellence Award for achieving

tip–off of the 2015–16 season. Alongside his responsibilities

a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better for the

on the hardwood, Juron will serves as an Assistant Director

2016–17 academic year.

of Athletics where he runs the University’s club sports programs. He begins his third season as Suffolk’s head coach

In his first season at the helm of Suffolk’s program the

in 2017–18.

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

Juron led Suffolk back to the GNAC Tournament in his second

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

season in 2016–17. After going, 6–12 against conference

competition to clinch the seventh seed in the GNAC

competition, Juron’s Rams secured the seventh seed in

Tournament.

the tournament, making their fifth consecutive trip. Suffolk could not take down league powerhouse Johnson & Wales,

For the tournament’s quarterfinals Suffolk ventured to

however, to finish the season 7–19 overall. The 70th season

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

of Suffolk men’s basketball featured highlights despite its

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

ending, however, including Michael Hagopian’s back–to–back

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

30–plus point performances, a feat which has not happened

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

for a student–athlete in blue–and–gold in over a decade. The sophomore also added All–GNAC second–team status to his | 42 |

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Juron coached Rams’ to individual milestones along the way.


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Senior Caleb Unni, a four–time GNAC All–Sportsmanship Team selection, punched tickets to Suffolk’s 1,000–point club and 100–game status the same day. Classmate

THE JURON FILE PERSONAL INFORMATION BORN December 11, 1985 HOMETOWN Glenville, N.Y. EDUCATION Rochester BS ’08, MS ’13 TWITTER @JeffJuron COACHING EXPERIENCE 2015–PRESENT Suffolk — Head Coach GNAC Tournament 2010–15 Rochester — Assistant Coach 2010–11 NCAA DIII Sweet Sixteen 2x NCAA DIII Tournament Appearances 2x UAA Champions 2009–10 Skidmore — Assistant Coach PLAYING EXPERIENCE 2004–08 Rochester — Point Guard 2005 NCAA Runner–Up 3x NCAA DIII Tournament Appearances

RECORD AT SUFFOLK OPPONENTS W L ALBERTUS MAGNUS 0 4 ALFRED 0 1 ANNA MARIA 2 2 BRANDEIS 0 1 EMERSON 0 2 EMMANUEL 2 2 JOHNSON STATE 1 0 JOHNSON & WALES 0 5 LASELL 1 4 MOUNT IDA 1 3 NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE 1 0 NORWICH 1 2 RIVIER 2 2 SALVE REGINA 0 2 SAINT JOSEPH (MAINE) 1 3 UMASS BOSTON 0 2 WASHINGTON & LEE 0 1 WHEELOCK 1 1 WORCESTER STATE 0 1 SITUATIONS W L OVERALL 15 37

Adam Chick also played in his 100th career game, while fellow senior Jake Meister earned a spot on the conference’s second team. Juron helped guide the Yellow Jackets to national prominence as a player and coach and was instrumental in five NCAA Tournament appearances — two as a coach and three as a player. A six–year coaching veteran, this will be Juron’s first head coaching job, as he comes to Suffolk after spending the past five seasons at Rochester as assistant coach. During that span, he helped the Yellow Jackets to an 81–49 (.623) overall record, two University Athletic Association Championships and two NCAA appearances including a Sweet Sixteen run in 2010–11. That same season, Juron and his 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. With a variety of responsibilities in Upstate New York, which included scouting and recruiting efforts, Juron took a passion to player development. During his fiveyear stint at Rochester he helped develop John DiBartolomeo, the 2013 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.

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In addition to his success with the Yellow Jackets, Juron spent a season as an

GNAC 12 24 NON-CONFERENCE 3 13

helped the Thoroughbreds to the most wins, best record and highest Liberty

assistant coach for Skidmore College during the 2009-10 campaign where he

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HEAD COACH | THE BEST UNDER JURON | Points

88 vs. Norwich, 2.2.16, W, 88–58 46, twice, last at Wheelock, 11.29.16, W, 63–48

O Rebounds

15, twice, last vs. Alfred, 11.19.16, L, 68–58

D Rebounds

38, twice, last vs. Rivier, 1.10.17, W, 79–45

FG %

he was actively involved in recruiting, practice planning and execution while working with players both individual and on

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League finish in the history of the program to date. At Skidmore,

a team basis, using film sessions and on-court instructions to prepare for competition. As a four–year starting point guard at Rochester from 2004–

59.2 (29–49), at Anna Maria, 2.14.17, W, 77–73

2008, he helped the Yellow Jackets to the Division III Big Dance

FTA

28, twice, last at Albertus Magnus, 12.10.16, L, 81–74

three times, including a spot in the 2005 national championship

FTM

26, at Mount Ida, 1.7.17, L, 74–63

game. With Juron in the starting lineup, Rochester captured the

FT %

91.7 (x-x), vs. Anna Maria, 1.23.16, L, 88–71

3–PT FGA

32, at Norwich, 1.13.16, L, 67–51

3–PT FGM

13, twice, last vs. Rivier, 1.10.17, W, 79–45

Assists

23, vs. Johnson State, 11.21.15, W, 83–65

Steals

11, vs. St. Joseph’s (Maine), 12.3.16, L, 55–52

Blocks

6, vs. Anna Maria, 1.27.17, W, 78–64

Largest Margin of Victory

34, vs. River, 1.10.17, W, 79–45

Fewest Points Allowed

45, vs. River, 1.10.17, W, 79–45

Fewest Points Allowed (GNAC) 45, vs. River, 1.10.17, W, 79–45

36, Michael Hagopian at Rivier, 2.1.17, W, 88–62

Rebounds 17, Steven DiPrizio, at Wheelock, 11.29.16, W, 63–48 O Rebounds 10, Adam Chick, vs. St. Joseph’s (Me.), 2.16.16, W, 58–53 D Rebounds 16, Steven DiPrizio, at Wheelock, 11.29.16, W, 63–48 FGA

21, Jake Meister, at Lasell, 2.23.16, L, 78-64 21, Jake Meister, St. Joseph’s (Maine), 1.18.16, L, 62–56

FGM 12, Michael Hagopian vs. Anna Maria, 1.28.17, W, 78–64 FG % 100.0 (6–6), Quinn McCartney, vs. Rivier, 1.10.17, W, 88–62 FTA

12, Steven DiPrizio, at Mount Ida, 1.7.17, L, 74–63

FTM

9, Steven DiPrizio, at Mount Ida, 1.7.17, L, 74–63

FT %

100.0 (7–7), Jake Meister, vs. Rivier, 2.13.16, L, 62–61

3–PT FGM

7, Caleb Unni, vs. Johnson St, 11.12.15, W, 83–65

3–PT FGA 13, Caleb Unni, at New England, 11.29.15, W, 76–73 Assists

10, Kevin Querusio, at Rivier, 2.1.17, W, 86–62

Steals

4, Jonathan Eng, at Emmanuel, 2.4.17, L, 56–54

Blocks

4, Kevin Querusio, vs. Lasell, 2.7.17, L, 93-65

He is a four-time UAA honorable mention selection. 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

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2005 UAA title and won two JPMorgan Chase Tournament titles.

4, Kevin Querusio, vs. Anna Maria, 1.28.17, W, 78–64

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education and received his Masters of Science degree in Business Administration from the Simon School of Business in May 2014


ASSISTANT COACHES

Dana Harris begins his third season as assistant coach of the Suffolk University men’s basketball team in 2016–17. In his second season on Jeff Juron’s staff, Harris helped Suffolk to its fifth consecutive GNAC Tournament trip with a 7–19 overall record and 6–12 league ledger. Highlights from the 70th Suffolk men’s basketball season include Michael Hagopian’s back–to–back 30–plus point performances, a feat which happened for the first time in over a decade, along with the sophomore second-team All-GNAC distinction. As a squad, the Rams were awarded the conference’s Institutional Sportsmanship Award, taking home the accolade for the first time, as well as a NABC Team Academic Excellence Award, for achieving a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better for the 2016–17 academic year. During his first season on the bench of Suffolk’s program the Rams turned on the engines at just the right time. Sitting at 4–15 heading into February, Suffolk won four of its final six to improve to 8–17 overall and 6–12 against conference competition to clinch the seventh seed in the GNAC Tournament. For the tournament’s quarterfinals Suffolk ventured to second-seeded Lasell February 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 blue-andgold’s run and season at 8-18 overall. Harris helped coach Rams’ to individual milestones along the way. Senior Caleb Unni, a four–time GNAC All–Sportsmanship Team selection, punched tickets to Suffolk’s 1,000–point club and 100–game status the same day. Classmate Adam Chick also played in his 100th career game, while fellow senior Jake Meister earned a spot on the conference’s second team. Prior to signing on with the Rams, Harris worked as the 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 players at every caliber including overseas professionals, Division I studentathletes and elite high school players. Harris burst onto the collegiate coaching scene as a student manager of the University of Massachusetts men’s team in 2008–10. With the Minutemen, he had a chance to work in all the areas of a collegiate coaching staff including recruiting, film breakdown, fundraising and day-to-day operations. Harris was also required to have his sneakers laced and ready to go to participate in practices. After his time with UMass, Harris has accumulated five years of coaching experience in the high school ranks. Harris earned his Bachelor’s in Sociology from the UMass Amherst in 2010. Off the hardwood, Harris, who calls Mattapan, Massachusetts home, works with Playworks Massachusetts. As Program Coordinator, he plans, teaches and participates in sports based programming during recess, in school and after school at a public elementary school in Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts.

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Logan Liberty enters his second year apart of the Suffolk University Athletics Department, where he is a part of Jeff Juron’s men’s basketball coaching staff as an assistant coach. On the bench in 2016–17, Liberty helped Suffolk to a 7–19 overall mark, 6–12 league ledger and fifth straight trip to the GNAC Tourney. Along the way, the first-year assistant coach, helped Michael Hagopian take home All–GNAC second team honors after the sophomore put out a standout season that featured back–to–back 30–plus point games, a first for a Ram in a decade. Liberty also aided in Suffolk’s first–ever GNAC Institutional Sportsmanship Award, while the Rams stood out in the classroom, garnering NABC Team Academic Excellence for the first time. Straight off the court from a four–year career with the Rams’ GNAC competitor Lasell, Liberty brings a fresh players perspective and a wealth of conference knowledge to a well-balanced coaching staff. As a player with the Lasers, the 6–foot–8 forward immediately made an impact as a freshman and continuously contributed up to his final campaign as a senior in 2015–16, in which he started every contest. Over his storied four–year career, Liberty saw action in 85 games averaging 5.5 points and 4.8 rebounds per contest. A Duxbury, Vermont, product Liberty established his playing roots at Harwood Union, where he earned varsity status in baseball and basketball. The son of Todd and Andra Liberty, he earned a Bachelor of Science in Sports Management with a minor in coaching from Lasell in May 2016. Upon his arrival at Suffolk, Liberty furthered his education with a Master’s Degree in Administration of Higher Education, which he completed December 2016. Throughout his coursework, he worked in the Athletic Department as a Graduate assistant, where he held multiple responsibilities including student–athlete academic advising, as well as media relations efforts for the Rams’ 19 varsity sports and intramural programs.

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Adam Robinson enters his first year as a Graduate Assistant of the Suffolk Athletic Department, where he will join Jeff Juron’s basketball coaching staff, while also assisting in equipment management, the state–of–the–art varsity weight room and Regan Gymnasium. Robinson comes from Suffolk after attending Western New England University where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. He played for the Golden Bears’ football team from 2012–15 and received a scouting certification in 2017. Robinson’s coaching experience stems from the Mass Elite AAU Basketball program. He currently works with the U13 and U15 teams. He is also the head coach of multiple travel teams, working on the development and fundamentals of players. Off the hardwood, Robinson took his talents to the Red Sox Baseball Camp in 2017. He worked alongside youth baseball players, implementing fundamentals and teaching work ethic. While at Suffolk, the Whitman, Massachusetts native will be furthering his education with a Master’s Degree in Administration of Higher Education.

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Cary McConnell was named Suffolk’s third Director of Athletics in October 2014. McConnell, a former head baseball coach for the Rams, joins Charles Law (1946–

THE McCONNELL FILE

1975) and James E. Nelson (1975–2013) as the only other people to hold the title in the University’s Athletic Department 70–year history.

· Oversees Suffolk’s 19–sport, NCAA Division III Athletic Department, as

McConnell oversees Suffolk’s 19–sport, NCAA Division III Athletic Department,

well as Suffolk University’s Campus

which competes in the highly-competitive Great Northeast Athletic Conference

Recreation, which offers a variety of

(GNAC) and Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC). In addition, McConnell

club sports and intramurals.

oversees Suffolk’s Campus Recreation, which offers a variety of club and intramural sport teams, as well as a wealth of physical education opportunities for the Suffolk

· Appointed the University’s third

student community.

Director of Athletics in the 71–year Athletic Department history.

Prior to his appointment, McConnell served as interim director since Nelson’s retirement in August 2013. During his time under interim status, McConnell

· Previously served as Suffolk’s head

participated in an internal review of the department that result in a number of

baseball coach for 20–seasons,

important recommendations for strengthening the athletics program and he has

amassing 479 victories, four NCAA

initiated the first steps toward achieving these goals.

Tournament Appearances, four GNAC Championships and two ECAC Titles.

Since McConnell took over the reins of the athletic department improvements have already begun. In 2015, the Rams secured home field advantage for its

· Was a baseball student–athlete at

outdoor varsity sports — baseball, men’s and women’s soccer and softball — with

the College of Wooster, where he

a 10–year partnership with East Boston. A year later six new varsity sports were

graduated in 1989.

added to Suffolk’s lineup in men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track and field, women’s golf and women’s ice hockey and state of the art work out facilities in the revamped Varsity Weight Room and the Michael and Larry Smith Fitness Center opened in August 2015. McConnell joined the University in 1996 as Associate Director of Athletics and Head Baseball Coach. Prior to assuming his role at Suffolk, he had been the Head Baseball Coach at the University of Rochester.

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SUPPORT STAFF At the helm of the Suffolk program, McConnell won 479

A graduate of the College of Wooster, McConnell was a four-

contests (.635 winning percentage), recording at least

year starter in the infield for the Scots and was selected to

20–wins in a year for 17 consecutive seasons. He has

the All-Decade Team for the North Coast Athletic Conference

guided Suffolk to four NCAA Championship Tournament

(NCAC) for the 80’s. At Wooster, McConnell played in four

appearances, along with four GNAC titles. Under McConnell

straight NCAA Tournaments and one World Series finishing

Suffolk appeared in the GNCA’s Conference Championship

fifth. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science

game for eight consecutive seasons. The five–time GNAC

and earned certification to teach at the Secondary level.

Coach of the Year took the Rams to 10 Eastern College

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

Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournaments, including crowns

Administration from the University of Rochester.

in 2000 and 2014. McConnell resides in Reading, Massachusetts, along with In 2013, McConnell received the Jack Butterfield Award

his wife Kathy. They have two children, Charlie and Annie.

by the New England Intercollegiate Baseball Association

Charlie is currently in his sophomore season on the diamond

(NEIBA). The award is given to an active New England coach

with the Northeastern Huskies.

who demonstrated integrity and dedication to the game of college baseball. Across 22 seasons as a collegiate head coach McConnell amassed 534 career victories. 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.

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ANTHONY DEL PRETE ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR BASEBALL COACH

JACKIE DAVIS ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR SR. WOMEN’S ADMIN SOFTBALL COACH

JEFF JURON ASSISTANT DIRECTOR MEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

ED LEYDEN SPECIAL ASST. TO AD WOMEN’S BASKETBALL COACH

AMY BARRY SPORTS INFORMATION DIRECTOR

JEFF STONE ATHLETIC TRAINER

DR. GARY FIREMAN FACULTY ATHLETIC REP

EILEEN CALAMESE ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT

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micha el

HAGOPIAN

| HAGOPIAN REPRESENTS SUFFOLK ON ARMENIA TEAM AT FIBA U20 EUROPEAN CHAMPIONSHIP |

Hagopian’s highlight performance came against Belgium where the 6–foot–1 guard poured in 21 points on an 8–for–15 effort from the field to go along with four rebounds. He also played a crucial

Michael Hagopian, of the Suffolk men’s basketball team, took

role in the victory over Ireland, contributing nine points, six assists

his talents overseas this summer representing the Rams,

and four caroms.

while competing for Armenia at the FIBA U20 European Championships.

An All–GNAC second team selection in 2016–17, Hagopian was selected to the Armenian U20 National Team earlier this summer.

The 20th edition of the FIBA European U20 Championships, took place in three Greek cities — Chania, Rethymno and Heraklion, on

As a freshman at Suffolk, Hagopian had an immediate impact on

the island of Crete — over a nine–day span in July.

the court for the Rams, averaging 6.3 points and 31. rebounds per game. He surpassed those numbers as a sophomore in 2016–17,

With Hagopian in the ranks, Armenia competed in Group A,

producing a team–high 14.3 points per game off a 42.3 field goal

earning wins over Poland (56–47) and Belgium (87–74), but the

percentage, 40.3 three–point field goal percentage and an 84.7

two victories would not be enough to advance to the final rounds.

connection rate from the charity stripe. During his sophomore

After being eliminated, Armenia went on to defeat Azerbaijan

season, Hagopian became the first player in over a decade to

in an 82–80 thriller and Ireland by a 96–57 margin in the class

register back–to–back 30–plus point games as he dropped 34

category.

in a 77–73 victory over Anna Maria January 28, before upstaging that performance with a 36–point day at Rivier in an 86–62 win

Overall, Hagopian saw action in all six games for Armenia,

February 2. Additionally, he added 3.1 boards and 1.5 assists per

averaging 29.2 minutes, 8.5 points, 3.8 rebounds and 2.3 assists

outing.

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2016–17 REVIEW RECORD

OVERALL

ALL GAMES 7–19 CONFERENCE 6–11 NON-CONFERENCE 1–7

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DATE OPPONENT SCORE POINTS REBOUNDS ASSISTS 11.15.16 at Brandeis L, 87–78 17 Hagopian 7 Duffy 2 DiPrizio 2 Djema 2 Hagopian 2 McLean 11.18.16 1 — Washington & Lee L, 66–56 14 DiPrizio 5 Grillakis 3 Powers 11.19.16 1 — Alfred L, 68–58 17 Hagopian 7 Duffy 2 Duffy 7 McCartney 2 McLean 11.22.16 Emerson L, 78–72 22 DiPrizio 13 DiPrizio 4 Djema 11.27.16 Salve Regina L, 75–68 14 Djema 5 McCartney 3 Djema 3 DiPrizio 11.29.16 at Wheelock W, 63–48 19 DiPrizio 17 DiPrizio 5 Grillakis 12.03.16 St. Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 55–52 12 Hagopian 8 DiPrizio 1 DiPrizio 1 Djema 1 Duffy 1 Eng 1 Grillakis 1 Hagopian 12.07.16 Norwich * W, 61–52 15 Eng 13 DiPrizio 3 Duffy 3 Hagopian 12.10.16 at Albertus Magnus * L, 81–74 15 Djema 9 DiPrizio 4 Djema 15 McLean 12.13.16 at UMass Boston L, 74–50 17 DiPrizio 11 DiPrizio 3 McLean 01.05.17 Emmanuel * W, 80–69 21 DiPrizio 7 DiPrizio 5 Hagopian 7 McCartney 01.07.17 at Mount Ida * L, 74–63 15 Grillakis 12 DiPrizio 6 Grillakis 01.1017 Rivier * W, 79–45 16 Hagopian 12 DiPrizio 3 Djema 16 McCartney 3 Hagpoian 01.12.17 Albertus Magnus * L,72–59 14 Hagopian 8 Duffy 2 Djema 2 Duffy 2 Eng 2 Querusio 01.14.17 at Lasell * L, 86–63 19 Hagopian 4 Hagopian 4 Querusio 01.17.17 at Norwich * L, 73–42 9 Duffy 7 Duffy 3 Powers 9 Reynolds 01.21.17 Mount Ida * L, 75–65 19 Djema 7 Prevost 3 Duffy 01.25.17 at Johnson & Wales * L, 77–51 10 Grillakis 8 Grillakis 3 Eng 01.28.17 Anna Maria * W, 78–64 34 Hagopian 9 Duffy 4 Grillakis 02.01.17 at Rivier * W, 86–62 36 Hagopian 12 Duffy 10 Querusio 02.04.17 at Emmanuel * L, 56–54 13 Duffy 8 Djema 4 Grillakis 02.07.17 Lasell * L, 93–63 25 Hagopian 8 Duffy 3 Querusio 02.11.17 Johnson & Wales * L, 69–62 26 Djema 7 Querusio 4 Querusio 02.14.17 at Anna Maria * W, 77–73 22 Duffy 7 Duffy 5 Duffy 02.18.17 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L< 83–68 20 Hagopian 6 Querusio 9 Djema 02.21.17 at Johnson & Wales % L, 83–68 24 Hagopian 6 Querusio 8 Djema * — GNAC GAME % — GNAC TOURNAMENT 1 — CHUCK RESLER TOURNAMENT (UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER – ROCHESTER, N.Y.)

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2016–17 REVIEW | 2016–17 FINAL STATS | 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 ALL GAMES 01 McCartney, Quinn 13–13 288 22.2 30–75 .400 10–34 .294 14–19 .737 13 47 60 4.6 23 1 6 16 10 8 84 6.5 02 Powers, Cameron 22–3 261 12.1 28–68 .412 10–27 .70 22–25 .880 7 15 22 1.0 37 0 15 21 0 5 88 4.0 03 DiPrizio, Steven 13–13 356 27.4 56–133 .421 5–23 .217 53–65 .815 22 86 108 8.3 45 3 15 38 10 5 170 13.1 05 Abdillahi, Warfa 11–0 73 6.6 11–23 478 7–14 .500 0–0 .000 2 10 12 1.1 6 0 2 3 0 3 29 2.6 10 Hagopian, Michael 26–26 853 32.8 134–317 .423 54–134 .403 50–59 .847 8 72 80 3.1 45 1 38 39 11 19 372 14.3 11 McLean, Matt 22–3 243 11.0 19–55 .345 14–40 .350 4–5 .800 1 24 25 1.1 24 0 18 18 0 9 56 2.5 12 Grillakis, George 21–18 477 22.7 64–137 .467 4–31 .129 28–47 .596 30 43 73 3.5 40 1 36 37 0 21 160 7.6 14 Duffy, Thomas 26–13 667 25.7 69–127 .543 11–24 .458 38–53 .717 31 107 138 5.3 64 4 40 43 4 18 187 7.2 15 Querusio, Kevin 26–11 490 18.8 27–72 .375 2–2 1.000 14–18 .778 15 53 68 2.6 42 0 37 39 21 11 70 2.7 22 Djema, Jim 26–26 700 26.9 101–233 .433 47–138 .341 34–44 .773 21 54 75 2.9 46 0 66 59 2 24 283 10.9 25 Fiin, Jamal 5–0 14 2.8 3–5 .600 2–3 .667 0–0 .000 1 0 1 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1.6 31 Eng, Jonathan 26–2 504 19.4 44–114 .386 24–69 .348 18–23 .783 12 25 37 1.4 56 2 32 33 1 25 130 5.0 32 Prevost, Austin 17–2 182 10.7 21–50 .420 0–0 .000 10–23 .435 8 21 29 1.7 34 1 5 20 3 3 52 3.1 TEAM 29 46 75 8 SUFFOLK 26 5200 614–1431 .429 194–552 .351 285–381 .748 201 612 813 313.3 470 13 312 376 62 155 1707 65.7 OPPONENTS 26 5200 668–1506 .444 151–437 .346 348–473 .736 286 662 948 36.5 414 - 323 353 72 173 1835 70.6 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 GAMES 01 McCartney, Quinn 7–7 169 24.1 20–48 .417 6–20 .300 9–13 .682 10 25 35 5.0 9 0 3 8 6 4 55 7.9 02 Powers, Cameron 17–3 215 12.6 23–59 .390 9-25 .360 16–18 .889 7 10 17 1.0 29 0 11 13 0 4 71 4.2 03 DiPrizio, Steven 6–6 175 29.2 22–63 .349 1–7 .143 27–36 .750 14 47 61 10.2 20 1 6 14 4 4 72 12.0 05 Abdillahi, Warfa 9–0 62 6.9 10–22 .455 6-13 .462 0–0 .000 1 7 8 0.9 5 0 1 2 0 2 26 2.9 10 Hagopian, Michael 18–18 579 32.2 90–215 .419 36-92 .391 45–52 .865 7 50 57 3.2 29 1 26 29 10 13 261 14.5 11 McLean, Matt 15–0 156 10.4 16–42 .381 13–32 .406 3–3 1.000 1 18 19 1.3 17 0 9 13 0 9 48 3.2 12 Grillakis, George 14–14 297 21.2 39–86 .453 2–18 .111 18–32 .563 15 31 46 3.3 24 1 27 26 0 14 98 7.0 14 Duffy, Thomas 18–11 487 27.1 53–86 .616 11-20 .550 29–40 .725 17 82 99 5.5 44 2 31 32 1 14 146 8.1 15 Querusio, Kevin 18–10 363 20.2 23–54 .426 2-2 1.000 7–10 .700 12 38 50 2.8 27 0 34 28 18 6 55 3.1 22 Djema, Jim 18–18 479 26.6 68–154 .442 32-88 .364 21–27 .778 15 44 59 3.3 33 0 44 41 2 15 189 10.5 25 Fiin, Jamal 5–0 14 2.8 3–5 .600 2–3 .667 0–0 .000 1 0 1 0.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1.6 31 Eng, Jonathan 18–1 386 21.4 30–87 .345 17-53 .321 12–15 .800 9 20 29 1.6 41 1 26 22 0 20 89 4.9 32 Prevost, Austin 15–2 173 11.5 21–49 .429 0-0 .000 9–21 .429 6 18 24 1.6 32 1 5 20 3 1 51 3.4 TEAM 19 34 53 6 SUFFOLK 18 3600 424–985 .430 140–381 .367 196–267 .734 165 429 564 31.3 316 7 225 255 44 108 1184 65.8 OPPONENTS 18 3600 460–1065 .432 107–316 .339 229–315 .727 217 458 675 37.5 289 - 224 239 55 118 1256 69.8

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 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

SUF OPP 1707 1835 65.7 70.6 -4.9 – 614–1431 668–1506 .429 .444 194–552 151–437 .351 .346 7.5 5.8 285–381 348–473 .748 .736 11.0 13.4 813 948 31.3 36.5 -5.2 – 312 323 12.0 12.4 376 353 14.5 13.6 -0.9 – 0.8 0.9 155 173 6.0 6.7 62 72 2.4 2.8 1208 2197 11–110 13–152 – 2–110

SCORES BY PERIOD Suffolk Opponents

1ST 2ND TOTAL 774 933 1707 889 946 1835

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2016–17 REVIEW |2016–17 HIGHS & LOWS | | SUFFOLK INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS | Points.................................. 36 FG Made............................. 12 FG Attempts...................... 19 19 FG% (min 5 made).......... 1.000 (6–6) 3 PT FG Made.................... 6 6 3 PT FG Attempts............ 10 3 PT FG% (min 3 made).1.000 (3–3) FTs Made............................ 9 FT Attempts...................... 12 FT % (min 5 made) ......... 1.000 (6–6) 1.000 (6–6) 1.000 (6–6) Rebounds........................... 17 Assists................................. 10 Steals................................... 4 Blocks.................................. 4 4

Hagopian at Rivier (02.01.17) Hagopian vs. Anna Maria (01.28.17) Djema vs. Johnson & Wales (02.11.17) Hagopian vs. Anna Maria (01.28.17) McCartney vs. Rivier (01.10.17) Djema vs. Johnson & Wales (02.11.17) Hagopian at Rivier (02.01.17) Hagopian at Rivier (02.01.17) Reynolds at Norwich (01.17.17) DiPrizio at Mount Ida (01.07.17) DiPrizio at Mount Ida (01.07.17) Hagopian at Anna Maria (02.14.17) Grillakis at Mount Ida (01.07.17) DiPrizio vs. Emerson (11.22.16) DiPrizio at Wheelock (11.29.16) Querusio at Rivier (02.01.17) Eng at Emmanuel (02.04.17) Querusio vs. Lasell (02.07.17) Querusio vs. Anna Maria (01.28.17)

| SUFFOLK TEAM GAME HIGHS | Points.................................. 86 FGs Made........................... 30 FG Attempts...................... 66 FG %..................................... .592 (29–49) 3 PT FG Made.................... 13 3 PT FG Attempts............ 29 3 PT FG %........................... .529 (9–17) FTs Made............................ 26 FT Attempts...................... 31 FT %..................................... .882 (15–17) Rebounds........................... 46 Assists................................. 24 Steals................................... 11 Blocks.................................. 6

| SUFFOLK TEAM GAME LOWS | Points.................................. 42 FGs Made........................... 15 FG Attempts...................... 47 FG %..................................... .273 (15–55) 3 PT FG Made.................... 3 3 PT FG Attempts............ 12 3 PT FG %........................... .190 (4–12 FTs Made............................ 2 FT Attempts...................... 4 FT %..................................... .400 (2-5) Rebounds........................... 20 Assists................................. 6 Steals................................... 3 Blocks.................................. 0 0 0

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at Rivier (02.01.17) Anna Maria (01.28.17) Emerson (11.22.16) at Anna Maria (02.14.17) at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (02.18.17 Rivier (01.1017) at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (02.18.17) Johnson & Wales (02.11.17) at Mount Ida (01.07.17) at Mount Ida (01.07.17) at Johnson & Wales (02.21.17) at Wheelock (11.29.16) at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (02.18.17) Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (12.03.16) Anna Maria (01.28.17)

at Norwich (01.17.17) at Norwich (01.17.17) at Mount Ida (01.07.17) at Johnson & Wales (02.21.17) at Norwich (01.17.17) at Johnson & Wales (02.21.17) at Johnson & Wales (02.21.17) vs. Washington & Lee (11.18.16) at Norwich (01.17.17) at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (02.18.17) at Norwich (01.17.17) at Lasell (01.14.17) Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (12.03.16) Lasell (02.07.17 at Norwich (01.17.17) at Lasell (01.14.17) vs. Alfred State (11.19.16) at Lasell (01.14.17) Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (12.03.16) at Brandeis (11.15.16)

| OPPONENT INDIVIDUAL GAME HIGHS |

Points.................................. 37 Armin Omanovic, Lasell (02.07.17) FGs Made........................... 14 Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus (01.12.17) FG Attempts...................... 20 Anthony Jernigan, Johnson & Wales (01.25.17) 20 Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus (01.12.17) FG % (min 5 made)......... 1.000 (6–6) Julian Reinhart, Alfred (11.19.16) 3 PT FG Made.................... 5 Armin Omanovic, Lasell (02.07.17) 5 Armin Omanovic, Lasell (01.14.17) 3 PT FG Attempts............ 11 Devin Coleman, Albertus Magnus (12.10.16) 3 PT FG % (min 3 made)1.000 (3–3) Israel Johnson, JWU (01.25.17) 1.000 (3–3) Joshua L’Heureux, Rivier (01.10.17) 1.000 (3–3) Ethan Dujon, Mount Ida (01.07.17) FTs Made............................ 11 Nicholas Bates, Salve Regina (11.27.16) FT Attempts...................... 14 Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus (02.21.17) FT %..................................... 1.000 (6–6) Anthony Jernigan, JWU (01.25.17) 1.000 (6–6) Jarell Lawson, JWU (01.25.17) 1.000 (6–6) Emmett Riddick, Emmanuel (01.05.17) 1.000 (6–6) Michael Sheng, Emerson (11.22.16) 1.000 (6–6) Jordan Cooper, Brandeis (11.15.16) Rebounds........................... 19 Nicholas Bates, Salve Regina (11.271.6) Assists................................. 10 Zygimantas Sirvydas, Norwich (01.17.17) Steals................................... 6 Anthony Jernigan, JWU (02.21.17) Blocks.................................. 3 John Powell, Lasell (02.0717) 3 Darius Bryant, Norwich (01.17.17)

| OPPONENT TEAM GAME HIGHS | Points.................................. 93 FGs Made........................... 34 FG Attempts...................... 70 FG %..................................... .620 (31–50) 3 PT FG Made.................... 12 3 PT FG Attempts............ 24 3 PT FG %........................... .563 (9–16) FTs Made............................ 36 FT Attempts...................... 54 FT %..................................... 1.000 (12–12) Rebounds........................... 46 46 Assists................................. 24 Steals................................... 12 Blocks.................................. 8

| OPPONENT TEAM GAME LOWS | Points.................................. 45 FGs Made........................... 17 FG Attempts...................... 46 FG %..................................... .293 (17–58) 3 PT FG Made.................... 2 2 2 3 PT FG Attempts............ 11 11 11 3 PT FG %........................... .105 (2–19) FTs Made............................ 1 FT Attempts...................... 3 FT %..................................... .200 (1–5) Rebounds........................... 25 Assists................................. 4 4 Steals................................... 2 Blocks.................................. 0 0

Lasell (02.07.17) at Lasell (01.14.17) at Johnson & Wales (02.21.17) at Norwich (01.17.17) at Lasell (01.14.17) at Lasell (01.14.17) at Brandeis (11.15.16) at Albertus Magnus (12.10.16) at Albertus Magnus (12.10.16) at Johnson & Wales (01.25.17) Albertus Magnus (01.12.17) at Albertus Magnus (12.10.16) at Norwich (01.17.17) at Johnson & Wales (01.25.17) vs. Alfred State (11.19.16) Lasell (02.07.17

Rivier (01.10.17) at Rivier (02.01.17) vs. Washington & Lee (11.18.19) at Rivier (02.01.17) at Emmanuel (02.04.17) at Wheelock (11.29.16) vs. Alfred (11.19.16) at Emmanuel (02.04.17) at Umass Boston (12.13.16) vs. Washington & Lee (11.19.16) at Wheelock (11.29.16) Rivier (01.10.17) Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (12.03.16) Rivier (01.10.17) at Wheelock (11.29.16) at Rivier (02.01.17) Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (12.03.16) at Lasell (01.14.17) at Johnson & Wales (02.21.17) at UMass Boston (12.13.16)


2016–17 REVIEW | COMPARISON | total 3-pointers free throws opponent date result fg–fga fg% 3fg–fga 3fg% ft–fta ft% rebounds a to b s f pts Brandeis 11.15.16 L, 87–78 26–50 .520 9–16 .563 26–31 .839 31 15 17 3 6 14 87 Suffolk 29–57 .509 7–24 .292 13–15 .867 24 10 16 0 8 23 87 vs. Washington & Lee 11.18.16 L, 66–56 25-46 .543 6-11 .545 10-13 .769 34 15 19 1 4 24 66 Suffolk 20–51 .392 4-21 .190 12-21 .571 24 9 15 4 6 20 66 vs. Alfred 11.19.16 L, 68–58 24-53 .453 2-12 .167 18-26 .692 34 7 12 5 12 16 68 Suffolk 21-60 .350 6-22 .273 10-12 .833 39 8 17 1 3 22 58 Emerson 11.22.16 L, 78–72 30-62 .362 6-15 .400 12-16 .750 44 15 12 4 4 13 78 Suffolk 27-66 .409 9-23 .391 9-11 .818 33 12 10 4 4 20 72 Salve Regina 11.27.16 L, 75–68 25-48 .521 4-15 .286 21-29 .724 37 10 19 2 5 19 75 Suffolk 23-56 .411 7-21 .333 15-18 .833 25 11 14 2 9 23 68 at Wheelock 11.29.16 W, 63–48 21-58 .362 2-19 .105 4-10 .400 26 12 11 2 6 13 48 Suffolk 24-52 .462 6-18 .333 9-13 .692 46 13 16 2 6 13 63 St. Jospeph’s (Me) 12.3.16 L, 55–52 25-53 .472 3-13 .231 2-3 .667 32 4 23 1 4 20 55 Suffolk 16-56 .286 5-26 .192 15-20 .750 34 6 16 0 11 11 52 Norwich 12.7.16 W, 61–52 21-57 .368 6-21 .286 4-5 .800 33 9 12 1 5 14 52 Suffolk 22-51 .431 9-21 .429 8-10 .800 34 11 11 2 7 14 52 at Albertus Magnus 12.10.16 L, 81–74 20–59 .333 5-18 .278 36-54 .667 46 7 14 6 5 28 81 Suffolk 22-53 .415 8-19 .421 22-28 .786 34 10 19 3 7 36 81 at UMass Boston 12.13.16 L, 74–60 28-64 .438 4-11 .364 14-18 .778 38 11 12 0 9 12 74 Suffolk 24-57 .421 6-24 .250 6-7 .857 32 10 19 4 4 18 60 Emmanuel 1.5.17 W, 80–69 25-65 .369 4-19 .211 17-22 .7736 39 11 13 2 10 18 69 Suffolk 30-57 .526 7-22 .318 13-19 .684 33 12 16 3 5 22 80 at Mount Ida 1.7.17 L, 74–63 28-64 .438 6-21 .286 12-16 .750 39 18 10 3 10 23 74 Suffolk 15-49 .306 7-28 .250 26-31 .839 32 10 13 2 4 17 63 Rivier 1.10.17 W, 79–45 19-62 .306 6-18 .333 1-5 .200 33 9 12 1 3 14 45 Suffolk 28-57 .491 13-26 .500 10-14 .714 43 15 122 4 7 13 79 Albertus Magnus 1.12.17 L, 72–59 28-64 .438 7-17 .412 9-15 .600 46 9 16 1 7 15 72 Suffolk 23-60 .383 4-18 .222 9-12 .750 32 9 12 3 7 18 59 at Lasell 1.14.17 L, 86–63 34-59 .576 12-24 .500 6-12 .500 44 22 15 2 2 14 86 Suffolk 24-58 .414 11-25 .440 4-6 .667 20 11 11 0 3 17 63 at Norwich 1.17.17 L, 73–42 31-50 .620 8-17 .471 3-5 .600 35 24 10 7 4 10 73 Suffolk 15-55 .273 10-26 .385 2-5 .400 28 11 13 1 3 13 42 Mount Ida 1.21.17 L, 75–65 25-55 .455 6-15 .400 19-29 .655 40 11 12 3 8 19 75 Suffolk 24-59 .407 6-21 .286 11-17 .647 35 8 12 1 8 19 65 at Johnson & Wales 1.25.17 L, 77–51 29-70 .414 7-23 .304 12-12 1.000 39 14 15 4 12 16 77 Suffolk 20-49 .408 3-12 .250 8-14 .571 34 9 27 1 5 12 51 Anna Maria 1.28.17 W, 78–64 23-56 .411 5-14 .357 13-19 .684 36 12 17 2 9 13 64 Suffolk 30-55 .545 10-20 .500 8-12 .667 30 17 13 6 9 16 78 at Rivier 2.1.17 W, 86–62 17-58 .293 3-16 .188 25-31 .806 30 4 10 2 5 22 62 Suffolk 28-51 .549 10-25 .400 20-27 .741 40 22 14 4 6 25 86 at Emmanuel 2.4.17 L, 56–54 23-65 .354 2-11 .182 8-11 .727 45 11 15 3 5 10 56 Suffolk 21-53 .396 4-15 .267 8-10 .800 31 12 15 1 5 15 54 Lasell 2.7.17 L, 93–65 32-60 .533 10-22 .455 19-24 .892 41 14 9 8 4 15 93 Suffolk 24-65 .369 6-19 .316 11-13 .846 32 13 9 4 3 20 65 Johnson & Wales 2.11.17 L, 69–62 23-52 .441 7-17 .412 16-21 .762 34 11 15 6 9 13 69 Suffolk 25-51 .490 9-17 .529 3-7 .429 28 13 19 1 6 20 62 at Anna Maria 2.14.17 W, 77–73 31-57 .592 5-14 .357 6-6 1.000 28 17 15 2 6 15 73 Suffolk 29-49 .592 5-12 .417 14-18 .778 21 12 11 3 8 10 77 at St. Joseph’s (Me) 2.18.17 L, 80–73 27-59 .458 5-16 .313 21-25 .840 35 17 6 1 10 10 80 Suffolk 28-57 .491 13-29 .448 4-4 1.000 23 24 12 5 4 18 73 at Johnson & Wales 2.21.17 L, 83-68 29-57 .509 11-23 .487 14-15 .933 29 14 12 0 9 14 83 Suffolk 22-47 .468 9-18 .500 15-17 .882 26 14 14 1 7 15 68

points

1st 36 29 29 25 29 21 41 39 34 28 22 29 35 22 23 23 47 27 32 31 33 41 44 29 21 42 40 23 35 28 33 24 38 31 33 17 28 36 36 45 33 31 47 29 26 28 40 40 33 28 41 22

2nd 51 3 37 31 39 37 37 33 41 40 26 34 20 30 29 29 34 47 42 29 36 39 30 34 24 37 32 36 51 35 40 18 37 34 44 34 36 42 26 41 23 23 46 47 43 34 33 37 47 45 42 46

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2016–17 REVIEW | ATTENDANCE SUMMARY | GAMES TOTAL AVERAGE HOME 11 1208 110 AWAY 13 2197 152 NEUTRAL 2 253 110 TOTAL 26 3658 141

| SUFFOLK WHEN ... | Home.......................................................................................4–7 Away ..................................................................................... 3–10 Neutral....................................................................................0–2 Leading at Halftime..............................................................6–1 Trailing at Halftime............................................................ 0–18 Tied at Halftime.................................................................... 1–0 Leading with 10:00 Remaining......................................... 7–1 Trailing with 10:00 Remaining....................................... 0–16 Tied with 10:00 Remaining...............................................0–2 Leading with 5:00 Remaining.......................................... 7–2 Trailing with 5:00 Remaining......................................... 0–17 Tied with 5:00 Remaining..................................................0–1 In Overtime........................................................................... 0–0 Suffolk Out Rebounds Opponent...................................4–2 Suffolk is Out Rebounded................................................3–17 Rebounds Tied..................................................................... 0–0 Suffolk Commits More Turnovers....................................3–9 Opponent Commits More Turnovers.............................. 3–7 Turnovers Tied.......................................................................1–3 Suffolk Shoots 50% or Better...........................................4–1 Suffolk Shoots Less Than 50%........................................3–18 Opponent Shoots 50% or Better.................................... 3–7 Opponent Shoots Less Than 50%................................ 4–12 Suffolk Attempts More Free Throws..............................4–5 Opponent Attempts More Free Throws.......................3–13 Teams Shoot Same Amount of Free Throws................0–1 Suffolk Bench Out Scores Opponent’s Bench...........4–10 Opponent Bench Out Scores Suffolk’s Bench.............3–9 Reserves Score the Same................................................. 0–0 Suffolk Scores Less Than 50............................................0–2 Suffolk Scores Between 50–59....................................... 0–6 Suffolk Scores Between 60–69..................................... 2–10 Suffolk Scores Between 70–79........................................3–4 Suffolk Scores Between 80–89.......................................2–0 Suffolk Scores Between 90–99...................................... 0–0 Suffolk Scores 100 or More.............................................. 0–0 Opponent Scores Less Than 50......................................2–0 Opponent Scores Between 50–59..................................1–2 Opponent Scores Between 60–69.................................3–3 Opponent Scores Between 70–79...................................1–8 Opponent Scores Between 80–89................................ 0–5 Opponent Scores Between 90–99..................................0–1 Opponent Scores 100 or More........................................ 0–0 In November...........................................................................1–5 In December...........................................................................1–3 In January..............................................................................3–6 In Feburary............................................................................2–5 On Monday........................................................................... 0–0 On Tuesday............................................................................ 3–7 On Wednesday...................................................................... 2–1 On Thursday.......................................................................... 1–0 On Friday.................................................................................0–1 On Saturday...........................................................................1–9 On Sunday..............................................................................0–1

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STARTING LINEUPS (listed in order of position, 1-5) W-L 0–1 Djema, Hagopian, McLean, Duffy, DiPrizio 0–2 Djema, Hagopian, McLean, McCartney, DiPrizio 4–6 Djema, Grillakis, Hagopian, McCartney, DiPrizio 0–1 Djema, Powers, Hagopian, McCartney, Querusio 0–2 Djema, Powers, Hagopian, Duffy, Querusio 3–3 Djema, Grillakis, Hagopian, Duffy, Querusio 0–2 Djema, Grillakis, Hagopian, Duffy, Prevost MARGIN OF VICTORY/DEFEAT 1 2 3 4 5 6–10 11–15 16–19 20–24 25+ Wins - 0 0 1 - 2 2 - 0 2 Losses - 1 1 0 - 10 3 - 1 2 MOST FIRST HALF POINTS Suffolk 45 Opponents 47

at Rivier (2.1.17) at Lasell (2.7.17)

MOST SECOND HALF POINTS Suffolk 49 at Brandeis (11.15.16) Opponents 51 at Brandeis (11.15.16)

FEWEST FIRST HALF POINTS Suffolk 17 at Johnson & Wales (1.25.17) Opponents 21 vs. Rivier (1.10.17)

FEWEST SECOND HALF POINTS Suffolk 18 at Norwich (1.17.17) Opponents 20 vs. St. Joseph’s (Maine) (12.3.16)

LARGEST HALFTIME LEAD Suffolk 21 vs. Rivier (1.10.16) Opponents 20 at Albertus Magnus (12.10.16)

LARGEST MARGIN LEAD Suffolk 34 Opponents 38

JUMP BALLS CONTROLLED Suffolk 7 Opponents 19 HOW FIRST POINTS SCORED Lay-Up 11 Three-Pointer 4 Jump Shot 9 Free Throw 2 Dunks 0 SCORED RAMS’S 1ST POINTS Grillakis 10 Hagopian 6 DiPrizio 2 Djema 2 Duffy 2 Querusio 2 McCartney 1 McLean 1 FIRST OFF SUFFOLK BENCH ^ Duffy 12 Eng 10 McLean 3 Powers 3 Prevost 3 Abdillahi 2 Grillakis 2 Reynolds 2 Querusio 1 DUNKS 1617 CAR DiPrizio 2 2 McCartney 1 3 POINTS LEADER * 1617 CAR Hagopian 11 11 DiPrizio 5 5 Djema 4 4 Duffy 3 3 Grillakis 2 2 Eng 1 1 McCartney 1 1 McLean 1 2 Reynolds 1 1

vs. Rivier (1.10.17) at Norwich (1.17.17)

REBOUNDS LEADER * 1617 CAR DiPrizio 9 13 Duffy 8 8 McCartney 3 4 Querusio 3 3 Grillakis 2 2 Djema 1 1 Hagopian 1 1 Prevost 1 1

10+ POINTS 1617 CAR Djema 16 16 Hagopian 16 24 DiPrizio 8 9 Duffy 8 8 Grillakis 6 6 McCartney 3 6 Powers 2 2 McLean 1 3

ASSISTS LEADER * 1617 CAR Djema 9 9 Duffy 6 6 Grillakis 5 5 Hagopian 5 8 Querusio 5 5 DiPrizio 3 5 Eng 3 3 McLean 3 11 Powers 2 2 McCartney 0 1

20+ POINTS 1617 CAR Hagopian 5 5 DiPrizio 2 2 McCartney 0 1 Djema 1 1 Duffy 1 1

STEALS LEADER * 1617 CAR Grillakis 9 9 Eng 8 8 Djema 7 7 Duffy 5 5 Querusio 5 8 Hagopian 4 14 McLean 4 14 McCartney 2 7 Reynolds 2 2 Powers 1 1 Prevost 1 1 Abdillahi 0 1 DiPrizio 0 4 BLOCKS LEADER * 1617 CAR Querusio 9 9 DiPrizio 5 7 McCartney 5 14 Hagopian 3 4 Duffy 2 2 Prevost 2 2 Djema 1 1 Abdillahi 0 1 McLean 0 1

30+ POINTS 1617 CAR Hagopian 2 2 10+ REBOUNDS 1617 CAR DiPrizio 6 7 Duffy 2 2 DOUBLE-DOUBLE1617 CAR DiPrizio 4 4 Duffy 1 1 ^ includes multiple subs * includes all ties


2016–17 REVIEW | 2016–17 GNAC STANDINGS | GNAC OVERALL TEAM GP RECORD WIN% GP RECORD Albertus Magnus 18 16-2 0.889 28 23-5 Lasell 18 14-4 0.778 28 19-9 Johnson & Wales 18 14-4 0.778 27 15-12 Mount Ida 18 12-6 0.667 27 17-10 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 18 10-8 0.556 26 13-13 Emmanuel 18 7-11 0.389 26 8-18 Suffolk 18 6-12 0.333 26 7-19 Norwich 18 5-13 0.278 25 8-17 Anna Maria 18 5-13 0.278 26 5-21 Rivier 18 1-17 0.056 25 2-23

| 2017 GNAC TOURNAMENT | QUARTERFINALS | TUESDAY, FEB. 21 #3 Lasell 76, #6 Emmanuel 74 #4 Mount Ida 91, #5 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) 83 #1 Albertus Magnus 92, #8 Anna Maria 67 #2 Johnson & Wales 83, #7 Suffolk 68 SEMIFINALS | THURSDAY, FEB. 23 #1 Albertus Magnus 107, #4 Mount Ida, 68 #3 Lasell 68, #2 Johnson & Wales 66 CHAMPIONSHIP | SATURDAY, FEB. 25 #1 Albertus Magnus 101, #3 Lasell, 83

| 2017 GNAC POSTSEASON | 2017 NCAA TOURNAMENT Rochester, N.Y. | First Round Rochester 89, Albertus Magnus 66

| 2017 RAMS RANKINGS | STAT (PER GAME) OVERALL GNAC Points 65.7 10th 65.8 9th FG Made 23.6 9th 23.6 9th FG Attempted 55.0 10th 54.7 10th FG % 42.9 6th 43.0 6th 3PT Made 7.5 8th 7.8 6th 3PT Attempted 21.2 8th 21.2 8th 3PT % 35.1 5th 36.7 1st FT Made 11.0 9th 10.9 9th FT Attempted 14.7 10th 14.8 10th FT % 74.8 2nd 73.4 4th Off Rebounds 7.7 10th 7.5 10th Def Rebounds 23.5 10th 23.8 10th Total Rebounds 31.3 10th 31.3 10th Rebound Margin -5.2 9th -6.1 9th Assists 12.0 8th 12.5 8th Turnovers 14.5 4th 14.2 4th Steals 6.0 7th 6.0 8th Blocks 2.4 5th 2.4 5th Points Allowed 70.6 2th 69.8 2nd Opponents FG % 44.4 7th 43.2 6th Opponents 3PT FG% 34.6 5th 33.9 9th

WIN% 0.821 0.679 0.556 0.630 0.500 0.308 0.269 0.320 0.192 0.080

LAST 10 9-1 8-2 6-4 5-5 5-5 5-5 3-7 2-8 2-8 1-9

STREAK Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 2 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 3

| 2016–17 GNAC WEEKLY AWARDS | DATE PLAYER

ROOKIE

Nov.21 Nov. 28 Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Jan. 3 Jan. 9 Jan. 16 Jan. 23 Jan. 30 Feb. 6 Feb. 13 Feb. 20

J. Green–Younger, Albertus Magnus Damian Grant, Albertus Magnus Thomas Duffy, Suffolk Thomas Duffy, Suffolk (2) Mike Rapoza, Anna Maria Tim Blair, Lasell Mike Rapoza, Anna Maria (2) Mike Rapoza, Anna Maria (3) Mike Rapoza, Anna Maria (4) Tim Blair, Lasell (2) Tristian Givens, Rivier Mike Rapoza, Anna Maria (5)

Armin Omanovic, Lasell Joe DeFillippi, Mount Ida Armin Omanovic, Lasell (2) Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus (2) Grant Ellis, Albertus Mangus Anthony Jernigan, JWU Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus (3) Armin Omanovic, Lasell (3) Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus (4) Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus (5) Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus (6)

| 2016–17 GNAC WEEKLY AWARDS | ALL-GNAC FIRST TEAM Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus Anthony Jernigan, Johnson & Wales Armin Omanovic, Lasell John Powell, Lasell Ethan Dujon, Mt. Ida ALL-GNAC SECOND TEAM Grant Ellis, Albertus Magnus Mike Rapoza, Anna Maria Jarell Lawson, Johnson & Wales Marc Corey, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Michael Hagopian, Suffolk ALL-GNAC THIRD TEAM Devin Coleman, Albertus Magnus Michael Kiser, Johnson & Wales Tim Blair, Lasell Jayson Clark, Mount Ida Mike Hogervorst, Norwich GNAC PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jaqhawn Walters, Albertus Magnus

INSTITUTIONAL SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD Suffolk GNAC ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Kevin Conner, Mount Ida Anthony Jernigan, Johnson & Wales Yordon Villalon, Lasell John Powell, Lasell Shaq Mitchell, Albertus Magnus Grant Ellis, Albertus Magnus Jaqhawn Wlaters - Albertus Magnus (MVP) GNAC ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM Jemma Yuroi, Albertus Magnus David Jean–Louis, Anna Maria Matt Raine, Emmanuel Derek McMahon, Lasell Matt Madoian, Johnson & Wales Kevin Conner, Mount Ida Darius Bryant, Norwich David Lorden, Rivier John Crawley, Saint Joseph’s (Maine) Steven DiPrizio, Suffolk

GNAC DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR Jayson Clark, Mount Ida GNAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR Mike Rapoza, Anna Maria GNAC COACH OF THE YEAR Benjamin Davis, Mount Ida

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RESULTS | THE LAST TIME ... | | THE LAST TIME THE RAMS ... | Scored 100 Points............................................................................................................ 100 vs. Wheelock, (W, 100–85).........................................................................................11.22.14 Scored 90 Points............................................................................................................. 96 vs. New England (W, 96–81)....................................................................................... 11.30.14 Scored 80 Points............................................................................................................. 86 at Rivier (W, 86–82)...........................................................................................................2.1.17 Scored 70 Points.............................................................................................................. 73 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (L, 80–73).......................................................................... 2.18.17 Shot 50% From the Field............................................................................................... 59.2 (29–49) at Anna Maria (W, 77–73).......................................................................... 2.14.17 Shot. Under 30% From the Field................................................................................. 27.3 (15–55) at Norwich (L, 73–42).....................................................................................1.17.17 Made 15+ Three–Pointers.............................................................................................. 12 at Lasell (L, 78–64).......................................................................................................... 2.23.16 Made 10+ Three–Pointers.............................................................................................. 13 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (L, 80–73)........................................................................... 2.18.17 Had 50+ Rebounds......................................................................................................... 50 vs. Mount Ida (L, 73–69)................................................................................................ 2.14.15 Had 20+ Assists................................................................................................................ 24 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (L, 80–73).......................................................................... 2.18.17 Had 10+ Assists................................................................................................................ 14 at Johnson & Wales (L, 83–68)..................................................................................... 2.21.17 Had 10+ Steals.................................................................................................................. 10 vs. Mount Ida (L, 73–69)................................................................................................. 2.14.15 Had 10+ Blocks................................................................................................................. 11 vs. Emmanuel (L, 93–76)................................................................................................... 2.7.12 Had 5+ Blocks................................................................................................................... 5 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) (L, 80–73)............................................................................ 2.18.17

| THE LAST TIME A RAM ... | 30+ Points.......................................................................................................................... 36, Michael Hagopian, at Rivier (W, 86–62)......................................................................2.1.17 25+ Points.......................................................................................................................... 26, Jim Djema, vs. Johnson & Wales (L, 69–62).............................................................2.11.17 10+ FG................................................................................................................................. 10, Jim Djema, vs. Johnson & Wales (L, 69–62)..............................................................2.11.17 5+ Three–Pointers............................................................................................................ 5, Michael Hagopian, at Johnson & Wales (L, 83–68)................................................. 2.21.17 15+ Rebounds.................................................................................................................... 17, Steven DiPrizio, at Wheelock (W, 63–48)................................................................11.29.16 10+ Rebounds................................................................................................................... 12, Thomas Duffy, at Rivier (W, 86–62)..............................................................................2.1.17 10+ Assists......................................................................................................................... 10, Kevin Querusio at Rivier (W, 86–62).............................................................................2.1.17 5+ Assists........................................................................................................................... 8, Jim Djema, at Johnson & Wales (L, 83–68)............................................................... 2.21.17 5+ Steals............................................................................................................................. 5, Jake Meister vs. Fitchburg State at Roger Williams (L, 86–61)............................11.15.14 5+ Blocks............................................................................................................................ 6, Matt Pepjonovic vs. Albertus Magnus (W, 92–91).................................................... 1.31.13 Had 5 Players with 10+ Points...................................................................................... vs. Norwich (W, 80–58).......................................................................................................12.12.14 ............................................................................................................... Brendan Barboza (10), Adam Chick (10), Matt Duquette (20), Jake Meister (14), Sam Nwandike (16) Had 3 Players with 15+ Points...................................................................................... at Anna Maria (L, 81–70)........................................................................................................2.3.16 ......................................................................................................................................................................................................Matt Duquette (18), Jake Meister (19), Calebu Unni (16) Had 2 Players with 20+ Points..................................................................................... vs. Norwich (W, 88–58)......................................................................................................... 2.6.16 ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Matt Duquette (20), Jake Meister (28) A Double–Double............................................................................................................ Thomas Duffy, 12 Points, 12 Rebounds, at Rivier............................................................ 2.7.17

| THE LAST TIME AN OPPONENT ... | Scored 100 Points............................................................................................................ 108 at Albertus Magnus (L, 108–82)................................................................................ 2.24.15 Scored 90 Points............................................................................................................. 93, vs. Lasell (L, 93–65).......................................................................................................... 2.7.17 Scored 80 Points............................................................................................................. 83, at Johnson & Wales (L, 83-68).................................................................................... 2.21.17 Score 70 Points................................................................................................................ 83, at Johnson & Wales (L, 83-68).................................................................................... 2.21.17 Shot 50% From the Field............................................................................................... 50.9 (11–23), at Johnson & Wales (L, 83-68)................................................................. 2.21.17 Shot Under 30% From the Field.................................................................................. 29.3, at Rivier (W, 86–62).......................................................................................................2.1.17 Made 10+ Three–Pointers.............................................................................................. 11, at Johnson & Wales (L, 83-68)...................................................................................... 2.21.17 Had 50+ Rebounds......................................................................................................... 50, Emmanuel, (L, 69–59)................................................................................................... 2.21.15 Had 20+ Assists................................................................................................................ 24, at Norwich (L, 73–42)......................................................................................................1.17.17 Had 10+ Assists................................................................................................................ 12, at Johnson & Wales (L, 83-68)..................................................................................... 2.21.17 Had 20+ Steals................................................................................................................. 23, at Johnson & Wales (L, 92–48) .................................................................................. 12.3.15 Had 15+ Steals................................................................................................................... 16, Johnson & Wales (L, 90–50).......................................................................................... 1.6.16 Had 10+ Blocks................................................................................................................. 12, at Johnson & Wales (L, 77–51)...................................................................................... 1.25.17 Had 5 Players with 10 Points or More........................................................................ vs. Mount Ida (L, 75–65)....................................................................................................... 1.21.17 .............................................................................................................................Kevin Conner (10), Joey DeFillippi (21), Ethan Dujon (11), Errald Jordine (12), Dennis Ross (13) Had 3 Players with 15+ Points...................................................................................... at Lasell (L, 86–63)................................................................................................................ 1.14.27 .........................................................................................................................................................................................................Tim Blair (19), Armin Omanovic (21), John Powell (18) Had 2 Players with 20+ Points..................................................................................... at Anna Maria (L, 81–70)........................................................................................................2.3.16 .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Tyler Delroy (27), Corey Pryour (22)

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RESULTS | ALL–TIME OPPONENTS | OPPONENT W L FIRST Albertus Magnus 15 Alfred 0 Anna Maria 5 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 9 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

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23 1 8 2 33 1 2 0 15 3 1 3 2 38 9 3 1 1 29 2 15 3 4 7 9 8 2 20 28 24 12 15 6 4 13 1 1 0 0 28 15 1 8 4 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 20 0 2 1 0 21 1 24 11 3 10 2 6 0 12 4

LAST

11.20.99 (W, 72–66) 1.12.17 (L, 72–59 11.19.16 (L, 68–58) 11.19.16 (L, 68–58) 11.21.86 (L, 86–83) 2.14.17 (W, 77–73) 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) 11.15.16 (L, 87–78) 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) 11.22.16 (L, 78–72) 1.15.02 (W, 91–73) 2.4.17 (L, 56–54) 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) 2.21.17 (L, 83–68) 2.2.08 (L, 101–64) 2.7.17 (L, 93–65) 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) 12.13.16 (L, 74–60) 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) 1.21.17 (L, 75–65) 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)

OPPONENT W L FIRST Norwich 19 Notre Dame 3 Plymouth State 2 Ramapo 0 Rhode Island College 4 Rivier 22 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 Washington & Lee 0 Wesleyan 1 Western Conn. 0 Western New England 7 Westfield State 1 Wheaton 4 Wheelock 2 Williams 0 WPI 3 Worcester State 2 Worcester Tech 3 York 0

22 0 6 2 6 14 6 7 0 0 16 10 9 1 8 11 2 1 5 1 1 3 3 13 2 5 1 3 18 4 7 1

12.2.83 (L, 89–74) 2.17.94 (W, 96–62) 1.19.85 (W, 79–65) 11.18.01 (L, 97–74) 2.18.80 (L, 89–69) 1.10.17 (W, 79–45) 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) 11.18.16 (L, 66–56) 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) 11.29.16 (W, 63–48) 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

1.17.17 (L, 73–42) 2.15.96 (W, 72–67) 1.10.13 (L, 82–56) 11.23.03 (L, 109–86) 2.8.90 (L, 103–99) 2.1.17 (W, 86-62) 11.71.12 (L, 69–52) 1.27.82 (L, 74–49) 1.17.69 (W, 76–74) 11.27.79 (W, 75–68) 2.18.17 (L, 80–73) 12.29.95 (L, 83–59) 11.27.16 (L, 75–68) 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) 11.18.16 (L, 66–56) 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)


RESULTS | ALL–TIME SERIES RESULTS | ALBERTUS MAGNUS

15–23

DATE SITE RESULT 11.20.99 N W, 72–66 2.9.00 A * L, 71–70 2.21.00 H * W, 107–95 1.23.01 A* W, 79–50 2.8.01 H * W, 96–72 1.17.02 A * W, 83–78 2.14.02 H * W, 110–97 1.14.03 A * L, 83–71 2.20.03 H * L, 102–99 1.13.04 H * W, 79–71 2.19.04 A * W, 84–67 1.11.05 A * W, 95–75 2.17.05 H * W, 79–66 1.10.06 H * W, 106–66 2.16.06 A * L, 85–73 1.15.07 H * W, 87–63 2.3.07 A * L, 97–88 1.8.08 A * W, 93–88 2.23.08 H * W, 83–80 12.6.08 H * L, 88–65 2.7.09 A * L, 92–80 1.23.10 A * L, 96–73 2.20.10 H * L, 77–63 1.22.11 H * L, 89–77 2.19.11 A * L, 97–65 1.7.12 H * L, 89–77 1.30.12 A * L, 110–70 1.15.13 A * L, 95–76 1.31.13 H * W, 92–91 12.7.13 A * L, 99–62 1.11.14 H * L, 94–73 12.6.14 H * L, 98–84 2.7.15 A * L, 113-70 2.24.15 A % L, 108–82 12.1.15 H * L, 80–70 1.27.16 A * L, 72–56 12.10.16 A * L, 81–74 1.12.17 H * L, 72-59

ALFRED

0–1

DATE SITE RESULT 11.19.16 N 20 L, 68–58

ANNA MARIA

5–8

DATE SITE RESULT 11.21.86 A L, 86–83 11.22.02 N4 W, 92–59 2.18.12 A * L, 78–66 1.28.13 A * L, 83–67 2.5.13 H * L, 74–61 1.7.14 H * W, 74–71 1.29.14 A * L, 80–58 12.4.14 A * W, 84–82 2.17.15 H * L, 88–79 1.23.16 H * L, 88–71 2.3.16 A * L, 81–70 1.28.17 H * W, 78–64 2.14.17 A * W, 77–73

ASSUMPTION

0–2

DATE SITE RESULT 1.21.71 L, 97–68 11.29.81 A L, 105–79

BABSON

15–33

DATE SITE RESULT 12.1.67 W, 90-86 1.31.68 L, 89–85 1968-69 L, 77–63 2.5.69 L, 109–98 1969-70 L, 87–71 1969-70 L, 93–88 12.1.70 L, 93–71 1.23.71 W, 76–74 12.1.71 W, 81–74 12.2.72 L, 76–75 12.3.73 L, 75–61 2.8.75 W, 91–89 1.15.76 W, 79–57 1.22.77 H W, 89–78 1.21.78 A L, 71–64 1.20.79 H W, 70–64 1.19.80 A W, 83–67 1.16.81 H L, 93–84 1.16.82 A L, 83–77 11.20.82 A L, 91–71 1.20.83 H L, 87–54 1.31.84 A L, 99–71 1.17.85 H W, 87–82 1.25.86 A L, 83–68 1.24.87 A W, 73–72 1.23.88 A W, 69–65 2.2.89 H L, 102–101 2.1.90 A W, 65–63 1990-91 H L, 105-85 1.29.92 A L, 90–63 1.26.93 H L, 89–78 1.22.94 A L, 114–69 2.7.95 H L, 100–76 11.17.95 A L, 109–69 2.6.96 A L, 100–50 11.22.96 A L, 85–75 2.11.97 H L, 97–84 1997-98 A L, 86–72 11.18.98 A L, 81–73 2.20.99 H L, 93–74 1.29.00 A W, 86–65 1.27.01 H W, 69–55 12.8.01 A L, 79–65 11.23.02 A L, 97–71 1.16.03 H L, 90–58 1.15.04 A L, 85–68 1.13.05 H L, 84–71 1.12.06 A W, 80–76 OT

BARD

0–1

BARRINGTON

11–2

DATE SITE RESULT 11.17.13 N 14 L, 85–75

DATE SITE RESULT 1972-73 L, 78–66 1973-74 W, 91–87 OT 1.15.75 W, 78–64 1.22.76 W, 96–76 12.18.76 A W, 91–76 2.4.78 H L, 87–65 1.23.79 A W 1.22.80 H W, 74–61 1.20.81 A W, 82–77 1.19.82 H W, 72–71

12.7.82 12.5.83 12.4.84

A H A

W, 95–61 W, 71–69 W, 93–76

BARUCH

2–0

BATES

5–15

BENTLEY

0–3

BINGHAMTON

0–1

BOSTON STATE

1–3

BOWDOIN

0–2

BRANDEIS

5–38

DATE SITE RESULT 2.6.88 H W, 91–68 11.22.03 N5 W, 73–70

DATE SITE RESULT 12.1.79 A L, 57–55 11.24.80 H L, 83–77 12.7.81 A W, 71–62 1.24.84 H L, 77–71 1.23.85 A L, 67–61 1.22.86 H L, 65–58 1.21.87 A L, 85–79 1.20.88 H L, 105–102 OT 1.18.89 A L, 77–76 1.17.90 H W, 79–66 1990-91 H L, 74–65 1.16.92 H L, 101–80 1.23.93 A L, 90–54 12.11.93 H W, 92–71 12.10.94 A L, 108–95 12.9.95 H L, 92–75 1.14.97 A L, 88–72 1.15.98 H W, 62–54 1.14.99 A L, 79–78 12.2.01 N6 W, 91–81

DATE SITE RESULT 1969-70 L, 85–77 1.19.72 L, 107–83 1.24.78 A L, 82–77 OT

DATE SITE RESULT 2.1.98 H L, 74–64

DATE SITE RESULT 1974-75 W, 80–75 3.12.76 L, 108–101 3.4.77 N 1 L, 83–73 3.3.78 N 1 L, 93–90

DATE SITE RESULT 12.28.87 N 2 L, 70–53 12.1.01 A L, 72–60

DATE SITE RESULT 2.6.68 L, 105–85 1.14.69 L, 73–70 1969-70 L, 97–77 1.9.71 L, 89–71 1.13.72 L, 111–86 1972-73 L, 99–81 1973-74 L, 95–73 12.14.74 L, 91–82 1974-75 L, 89–77 2.14.76 W, 81–79

U N I V E R S I T Y


RESULTS 2.19.77 2.18.78 2.17.79 2.16.80 2.14.81 2.13.82 2.12.83 2.11.84 2.4.85 2.3.86 2.2.87 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 11.15.16

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

BRIDGEWATER STATE

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 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 L, 87–78

6–9

DATE SITE RESULT 11.24.84 N 4 L, 81–71 12.3.85 H L, 75–70 12.2.86 A L, 82–67 12.1.87 H W, 89–80 11.29.89 A L, 86–66 11.28.89 H W, 94–85 11.27.90 A L, 81–65 11.26.91 H W, 93–87 11.24.92 A L, 74–63 11.23.93 H W, 99–98 11.22.94 A L, 99–70 11.21.95 H W, 76–73 11.25.96 A W, 71–69 11.24.98 H L, 85–65 11.18.05 N8 L, 84–75

BRYANT

6–3

DATE SITE RESULT 2.16.68 W, 89–85 1969-70 W, 82–85 2.11.71 W, 86–73 1.28.72 W, 79–74 1972-73 L, 72–65 1973-74 L, 95–51 1.23.75 W, 76–67 12.12.75 L, 83–57 12.10.76 H W, 91–90

CARNEGIE MELLON

0–1

DATE SITE RESULT 1990-91 H L, 91–70

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CASTLETON

0–1

DATE SITE RESULT 11.17.07 N 10 L, 102–77

CLARK

5–29

DATE SITE RESULT 2.11.69 L, 99–75 1969-70 L, 84–74 1.19.71 L, 95–87 2.17.72 L, 88–83 2.15.73 L, 100–79 1973-74 W, 88–82 2.13.75 W, 99–88 2.12.76 W, 109–90 2.9.77 A L, 89–73 2.22.78 A L, 86–73 3.4.78 N 1 L, 89–87 2.21.79 A L, 89–73 2.20.80 H L, 90–77 2.18.81 A L, 96–64 2.17.82 A L, 87–56 2.16.83 H L, 85–66 2.15.84 A L, 86–73 2.13.85 A L, 89–61 2.12.86 H L, 77–63 2.11.87 A L, 92–62 2.10.88 A L, 86–64 2.13.89 H W, 106–104 2.12.90 A L, 120–83 2.11.91 A L, 74–71 2.10.92 A L, 84–58 2.10.93 H L, 85–80 2.7.94 A L, 93–56 11.26.94 H L, 71–67 1.24.96 A L, 78–58 1.30.97 H L, 77–76 1997-98 H L, 72–61 2.12.99 H W, 76–70 2.28.02 A $ L, 84–77 11.16.07 N 10 L, 85–71

COAST GUARD

1–2

DATE SITE RESULT 12.7.86 A L, 73–60 1.28.89 H W, 95–88 1.27.90 A L, 86–76

COLBY

2–15

DATE SITE RESULT 12.30.74 W, 75–74 11.30.79 A L, 87–77 12.6.80 H L, 87–85 12.5.81 A L, 74–57 12.4.82 H L, 78–64 11.25.83 N 17 L, 91–69 2.24.84 A L, 83–50 12.1.84 H L, 93–81 11.30.85 A L, 80–61 11.29.86 H L, 89–85 11.28.87 A L, 75–59 12.3.89 H L, 92–66 12.2.89 A L, 99–66 12.1.90 H L, 108–72 11.30.91 A W, 84–79 11.28.92 H L, 75–58 11.27.93 A L, 96–59

COLBY SAWYER

1–3

CONNECTICUT COLLEGE

2–4

CURRY

28–7

DATE SITE RESULT 2.15.91 H W, 80–65 2.15.92 A L, 92–88 1.20.94 H L, 87–72 1.21.95 A L, 99–64

DATE SITE RESULT 2.5.77 H W, 81–72 12.6.86 A L, 71–60 1.14.95 H W, 82–75 1.13.96 A L, 97–65 1.18.97 H L, 73–65 1.17.98 A L, 107–57

DATE SITE RESULT 12.24.68 W, 110–70 2.28.69 W, 99–74 1969-70 W, 102–54 12.16.70 W, 66–57 12.17.71 W, 79–76 1972-73 W, 81–64 1973-74 W, 96–89 2.20.75 W, 93–84 2.24.76 W, 124–86 2.22.77 A W, 82–69 12.10.77 H W, 110–91 12.9.78 A W, 84–73 12.7.79 H L, 83–64 1.6.80 N 2 L, 85–83 OT 12.13.80 H L, 83–64 1980-81 H W, 98–89 12.12.81 H W, 74–73 12.11.82 A L, 75–74 OT 12.11.82 H L, 93–62 12.10.83 H W, 87–80 11.25.84 N 4 W, 108–88 12.11.84 A W, 108–83 12.9.85 H L, 82–77 2.8.88 A W, 94–86 2.9.89 H W, 93–78 12.4.89 A W, 84–66 12.3.90 H W, 96–74 12.2.91 A W, 85–72 12.1.92 H W, 74–56 12.4.93 A W, 94–78 11.29.94 H L, 86–80 11.28.95 A W, 103–102 12.3.96 H W, 86–72 11.22.97 A L, 74–62 1997-98 A W, 93–92 OT 1998-99 H W, 79–77

DARTMOUTH

1–0

DANIEL WEBSTER

12–8

DATE SITE RESULT 11.23.91 H W, 120–109

DATE SITE RESULT 1.22.00 A * W, 84–55 2.3.00 H * W, 98–72 1.20.01 H* W, 100–66 2.1.01 A* W, 87–68 1.26.02 A * W, 95–68 1.25.03 A * W, 82–74 2.13.03 H * L, 86–82 1.24.04 H * W, 83–61


RESULTS 2.12.04 1.22.05 2.10.05 1.21.06 2.9.06 1.20.07 2.10.07 2.6.08 11.30.10 11.29.11 11.23.13 11.18.14

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

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

3–2

DATE SITE RESULT 1973-74 W, 88–68 1.6.78 N 2 W, 76–73 1.5.80 N W, 77–68 12.30.95 N2 L, 79–59 12.6.10 A L, 90–55

EASTERN NAZARENE

18–20

DATE SITE RESULT 1.8.69 W, 104–78 1969-70 W, 86–85 2.3.71 L, 104–99 2.1.72 L, 92–65 1972-73 L, 93–74 1973-74 L, 55–39 1.28.75 W, 89–82 1.27.76 W, 93–75 12.15.76 H W, 89–83 1.14.78 A W, 82–79 1.5.79 N 2 W, 82–71 1.13.79 H L, 84–66 1.12.80 A L, 87–76 1.5.80 N 2 W, 77–68 1.10.81 A W, 83–79 1.9.82 A L, 92–65 1.8.83 H FW (93–85) 1.19.84 A L, 81–65 1.12.85 H W, 95–94 OT 1.11.86 A W, 56–54 1.10.87 H L, 105–78 1.9.88 A W, 72–70 1.14.89 H L, 90–79 1.13.90 A L, 77–67 1.12.91 H W, 90–79 1.11.92 A L, 72–68 1.9.93 H L, 73–57 1.8.94 A L, 86–79 1.7.95 H W, 92–86 1.6.96 A L, 82–74 1.11.97 H L, 86–50 12.9.97 A L, 62–55 12.9.98 H W, 86–63 11.22.08 H L, 64–63 11.17.09 A W, 71–58 11.16.10 H W, 76–69 11.15.11 A W, 67–64 11.20.12 H L, 90–82 11.19.13 A L, 90–76

EMERSON

8–28

DATE SITE RESULT 11.22.86 A L, 95–93 12.8.98 H W, 98–90 2.8.00 A * L, 89–87 2.15.00 H * L, 89–87

2.6.01 2.13.01 1.21.02 2.7.02 1.30.03 2.6.03 1.29.04 2.5.04 2.24.04 1.27.05 2.3.05 2.22.05 1.26.06 2.2.06 1.23.07 2.13.07 2.20.07 1.24.08 2.9.08 1.10.09 2.2.09 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 11.22.16

H * A * H * A * H * A * A * H * H % H * A * A % A * H * H * A * A % H * A * H * A * H * A * A * H * H * A * A * A H A H

EMMANUEL

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 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 L, 78–72

9–24

DATE SITE RESULT 1.15.02 A * W, 91–73 2.16.02 H * W, 94–74 2.20.02 H % W, 89–61 1.28.03 H * L, 60–57 2.15.03 A * W, 81–61 1.27.04 H * L, 84–76 2.14.04 A * L, 90–87 OT 1.25.05 A * L, 89–59 2.12.05 H * L, 74–70 1.24.06 A * L, 83–68 2.11.06 H * L, 89–83 12.2.06 H * W, 85–78 1.13.07 A * L, 96–70 12.8.07 A * L, 68–55 1.10.08 H * L, 116–73 1.21.09 A * L, 82–59 2.21..09 H * L, 82–75 1.12.10 H * L, 67–65 2.6.10 A * W, 71–54 1.11.11 A * L, 66–53 2.5.11 H * L, 81–69 1.10.12 A * W, 77–74 2.7.12 H * L, 93–76 1.5.13 A * L, 97–87 1.17.13 H * L, 87–84 1.25.14 H * L, 94–88 2.18.14 A * L, 85-75 1.6.15 H * L, 84–75 2.21.15 A * L, 69–59 12.5.15 H * W, 79–72 1.30.16 A * L, 68–58 1.5.17 H * W, 80–69 2.4.17 A * L, 56–54

FITCHBURG STATE

20–12

DATE SITE RESULT 1.15.72 L, 82–73 2.17.73 W, 80–75 1973-74 L, 83–68 2.20.75 W, 92–85 12.5.75 W, 99–76 1.12.76 W, 90–82 12.3.76 H W, 117–80 1.17.78 A W, 84–73 1.16.79 H W, 93–79 1.15.80 A W, 71–70 1.13.81 W, 88–85 1.12.82 A W, 64–58 1.11.83 H W, 82–79 2.2.84 A L, 82–70 1.31.85 H L, 84–62 1.30.86 A L, 70–61 1.29.87 H L, 78–74 1.28.88 A L, 77–72 1.26.89 H W, 89–87 1.25.90 A W, 106–92 1.24.91 H L, 84–79 1.23.92 A L, 79–66 1.21.93 H W, 69-66 1.17.94 A W, 85–71 1.19.95 H W, 70–69 1.18.96 A L, 84–80 1.23.97 H W, 72–71 OT 1.22.98 A L, 77–65 1998-99 H W, 78–69 11.18.00 N4 W, 93–83 11.18.06 N9 W, 91–89 11.15.14 N 10 L, 86–61

FRAMINGHAM STATE

11–15

GORDON

10–6

DATE SITE RESULT 1.27.71 W, 105–85 2.29.72 W, 88–79 3.1.73 W, 71–68 1.10.75 W, 91–85 1.9.76 W, 81–76 12.12.76 H W, 71–58 1.11.78 A L, 82–77 1.10.79 A L, 83–67 2.25.80 A L, 97–81 2.23.81 L, 93–80 2.22.82 A L, 59–57 OT 2.21.83 H W, 85–58 2.20.84 A L, 63–62 2.18.85 H L, 70–65 2.22.86 A W, 67–64 2.21.87 H L, 109–100 12.5.87 A L, 67–63 11.26.89 H W, 85–73 11.25.89 A L, 72–54 11.24.90 H L, 90–83 12.5.91 A L, 71–64 12.3.92 H L, 82–71 11.18.94 N L, 79–76 1.18.95 N 4 L, 78–73 2.21.98 A W, 65–64 2.4.99 H W, 77–72 OT 11.19.04 H L, 63–56

DATE SITE RESULT 1.30.68 W, 107–95 2.18.69 W, 77–68 1969-70 L, 85–82

U N I V E R S I T Y


RESULTS 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

GORHAM STATE

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

2–4

DATE SITE RESULT 12.13.67 W, 106–84 1968-69 W, 77–67 1969-70 L, 85–68 12.8.70 L, 88–86 12.7.71 L, 94–80 1972-73 L, 96–90

HARTFORD

0–13

DATE SITE RESULT 1.6.68 L, 111–96 1.4.69 L, 103–76 1969-70 L, 112–64 2.24.71 L, 93–85 2.23.72 L, 98–78 2.21.73 L, 115–78 1973-74 L, 90–50 12.10.74 L, 113–86 12.9.75 L, 71–58 12.7.76 A L, 87–78 12.6.77 A L, 77–72 12.5.78 A L, 63–62 2.5.81 H L, 84–71

HARVARD

0–1

HAWTHORNE

1–1

DATE SITE RESULT 2.6.90 A L, 119–86

DATE SITE RESULT 3.1.68 L, 80–79 2.21.69 W, 100–89

HELLENIC

3–0

DATE SITE RESULT 2.26.69 W, 103–68 1.28.84 H W, 59–57 1.26.85 A W, 69–53

JOHNSON STATE

1–0

DATE SITE RESULT 11.21.15 N 15 W, 83–65

JOHNSON & WALES

13–28

DATE SITE RESULT 2.22.99 H W, 94–73 1.11.00 A * L, 74–70 1.27.00 H * W, 91–48 1.9.01 H* W, 90–77 1.25.01 A * L, 84–73 1.24.02 A * W, 94–80 2.5.02 H * W, 97–81 2.23.02 N 6 % W, 76–71

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1.23.03 2.4.03 1.22.04 2.3.04 1.19.05 1.31.05 1.18.06 1.30.06 1.17.07 2.6.07 1.12.08 1.21.08 1.17.09 1.19.09 12.5.09 1.28.10 12.4.10 2.10.11 2.22.11 12.8.11 2.2.12 1.8.13 1.19.13 2.19.13 1.9.14 2.6.14 1.10.15 2.4.15 12.3.15 1.16.16 1.25.17 2.11.17 2.21.17

A * H * H * A * A * H * H * A * A * H * H * A * H * A * H * A * H * A * A % A * H * H * A * A % A * H * A * H * A * A * A * H * A %

LASELL

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 L, 77–51 L, 69–62 L, 83–68

6–15

DATE SITE RESULT 2.2.08 A * L, 101–64 2.16.08 H * L, 90–63 1.31.09 H * W, 112–107 2.14.09 A * L, 98–71 1.9.10 H * W, 84–74 OT 2.1.10 A * L, 92–64 11.23.10 A * W, 85–84 OT 2.17.11 H * W, 97–87 1.14.12 H * L, 89–77 1.26.12 A * W, 92–76 1.12.13 A * L, 71–65 2.2.13 H * L, 66–64 2.8.14 A * L, 103–75 2.20.14 H * L, 88–74 1.14.15 A * L, 73–63 2.19.15 H * L, 83–76 1.21.16 H * L, 88-56 2.20.16 A * W, 67–66 2.23.16 A % L, 78–64 1.14.17 A * L, 86–63 2.7.17 H * L, 93–65

LESLEY

1–1

DATE SITE RESULT 1.31.07 H L, 93–90 11.16.14 N 10 W, 83–64

LOWELL

10–8

DATE SITE RESULT 1.13.68 W, 97–79 1.10.69 L, 102–85 1969-70 W, 91–76 12.18.70 W, 77–59

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

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

LOWELL TECH

6–4

LYCOMING

1–0

UMAINE AUGUSTA

1–0

UMAINE FORT KENT

2–1

UMAINE PRESQUE ISLE

2–0

UMAINE PORTLAND GORHAM

4–1

MAINE MARITIME

3–0

MARIST

0–1

DATE SITE RESULT 2.9.68 W, 80–75 1968-69 W, 63–58 2.6.69 W, 81–70 1969-70 W, 82–80 1969–70 L, 91–78 2.5.71 L, 71–69 2.4.72 W, 83–66 1972-73 L, 78–69 12.11.73 W, 73–64 1.31.75 L, 88–81

DATE SITE RESULT 12.20.75 W, 90–83

DATE SITE RESULT 11.19.11 N 13 W, 90–54

DATE SITE RESULT 11.30.96 H W, 71–64 1.3.09 N 11 W, 67–63 11.16.12 N 10 L, 59–52

DATE SITE RESULT 11.21.09 N 12 W, 103–82 11.20.10 N 12 W, 83–70

DATE SITE RESULT 1973-74 L, 64–60 12.3.74 W, 101–91 12.3.75 W, 95–87 12.9.76 H W, 82–69 12.6.77 A W, 78–77

DATE SITE RESULT 2.8.85 H W, 105–74 2.18.95 H W, 102–79 1.31.98 H W, 79–70

DATE SITE RESULT 11.26.85 A L, 69–34


RESULTS UMASS BOSTON

8–20

DATE SITE RESULT 2.5.91 H L, 75–70 12.28.91 N 2 W, 98–91 OT 2.4.92 A L, 85–81 2.2.93 H W, 71–67 2.3.94 A L, 89–80 2.4.95 A L, 92–82 2.3.96 H L, 86–64 11.29.96 H L, 109–57 2.19.98 H L, 86–73 2.18.99 A L, 113–95 12.2.99 H W, 83–81 11.30.00 A L, 97–96 OT 11.29.01 H W, 77–65 12.5.02 A L, 70–69 12.4.03 H W, 95–86 12.2.04 A W, 77–76 OT 12.1.05 H W, 94–88 11.30.06 A L, 77–63 11.30.07 H W, 78–70 12.4.08 A L, 88–64 12.3.09 H L, 90–81 12.2.10 A L, 81–78 OT 12.1.11 H L, 100–98 OT 11.29.12 A L, 92–78 11.26.13 H L, 79–68 11.20.14 A L, 86–56 11.14.15 H L, 72–61 12.13.16 A L, 74–60

MASS. COLLEGE OF PHARMACY

1–0

UMASS DARTMOUTH

0–2

MASS. LIBERAL ARTS

0–1

MASS. MARITIME

5–0

MERRIMACK

4–21

DATE SITE RESULT 11.21.98 A W, 86–45

DATE SITE RESULT 2.18.93 A L, 90–70 2.9.94 H L, 100–63

DATE SITE RESULT 11.18.11 N 13 L, 86–68 OT

DATE SITE RESULT 12.2.74 W, 68–59 11.29.77 H W, 108–84 11.30.78 A W, 62–59 2.24.82 H W, 56–54 2.8.97 H W, 78–71

DATE SITE RESULT 2.14.68 L, 97–92 12.21.68 L, 97–94 2.12.69 L, 83–75 1969-70 L, 78–77 OT 1969-70 L, 93–75 2.9.71 L, 107–95 2.9.72 L, 105–73 2.7.73 L, 100–73 1973-74 W, 98–81 12.29.74 W, 75–73 2.6.75 L, 107–93 2.5.76 L, 86–85 2.3.77 A L, 106–64 2.2.78 H W, 88–80

2.1.79 2.11.80 1.30.81 12.29.81 1.29.82 1.27.83 1.26.84 12.8.84 12.7.85 12.10.86 1.16.89

A H A A H A H A H A H

MIDDLEBURY

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

0–1

DATE SITE RESULT 2.2.99 A L, 96–75

MIT

16–24

DATE SITE RESULT 1971-72 L, 95–75 1972-73 W, 79–67 1973-74 W, 77–72 OT 2.19.75 W, 80–78 2.18.76 W, 88–80 2.16.77 A W, 61–59 2.15.78 A W, 90–79 2.14.79 A W, 61–59 2.13.80 A L, 80–59 2.11.81 H L, 55–43 2.10.82 A L, 66–61 2.9.83 A W, 90–70 2.8.84 A W, 80–70 2.16.85 H L, 72–69 2.15.86 A W, 60–52 2.14.87 H L, 90–77 2.13.88 A L, 87–82 OT 2.11.89 A L, 77–59 2.10.90 A L, 72–54 2.9.91 H L, 71–66 2.24.92 A W, 72–61 1.28.93 H L, 92–79 1.25.94 A W, 84–78 1.26.95 H L, 63–61 1.11.96 A L, 73–53 1.16.97 H L, 57–56 OT 1997-98 A L, 65–60 11.28.98 H L, 79–73 11.27.99 A W, 84–76 11.25.00 H W, 71–43 11.24.01 A L, 66–65 11.30.02 H W, 72–63 11.29.03 A L, 69–57 11.27.04 H W, 69–68 11.26.05 A L, 84–46 11.25.06 H L, 94–81 11.24.07 A L, 83–51 11.29.08 H L, 99–56 11.28.09 A L, 85–50 11.27.10 H L, 86–47 11.26.11 A L, 81–59

MOUNT IDA

7–11

DATE SITE RESULT 1.17.08 A * L, 100–90 1.29.09 A * L, 81–79 2.19.09 H * L, 86–70 1.16.10 A * L, 80–74 2.13.10 H * L, 78–71 1.15.11 H * W, 77–66 2.12.11 A * L, 93–64

2.14.12 1.26.13 2.12.13 2.1.14 2.11.14 1.31.15 2.14.15 1.7.16 2.9.16 1.7.17 1.21.17

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

NASSON

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 L, 74–63 L, 75–65

11–3

DATE SITE RESULT 12.6.67 W, 78–61 1968-69 L, 82–72 1969-70 W, 81–79 12.3.70 L, 83–81 12.3.71 W, 75–71 1972-73 W, 61–57 12.12.74 L, 91–88 12.11.75 W, 98–64 12.1.76 A W, 88–74 12.2.77 H W, 112–84 12.2.78 A W, 90–74 2.4.80 H W, 88–76 2.2.81 A W, 92–63 1.31.83 H W, 90–62

UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND 10–10 DATE SITE RESULT 12.2.80 H W, 74–62 12.1.81 A W, 76–63 11.30.82 H W, 84–71 11.29.83 A W, 96–85 11.27.84 H W, 107–104 11.23.85 A W, 100–75 11.25.86 H L, 97–90 11.24.87 A L, 87–83 11.22.89 H L, 86–77 11.20.89 A L, 97–89 11.18.90 N4 W, 100–96 1.20.92 A W, 79–73 1.18.93 H L, 93–71 1.17.95 A L, 97–92 2.10.96 H L, 102–78 2.15.97 A L, 101–79 2.14.98 H W, 80–73 2.13.99 A W, 86–82 11.19.05 N8 L, 90–75 1.2.09 A L, 92–76

NEW ENGLAND COLLEGE

7–2

NEW HAMSPHIRE

0–6

DATE SITE RESULT 2.28.68 W, 101–69 1969-70 W, 109–85 12.6.07 A L, 66–65 11.22.09 A W, 78–69 11.21.10 A L, 84–70 12.3.12 H W, 100–76 12.1.13 A W, 111–101 11.30.14 H W, 96–81 11.29.15 A W, 76–73

DATE SITE RESULT 11.21.04 A L, 89–55 11.16.08 A # L, 101–50 11.14.09 A # L, 91–45

U N I V E R S I T Y


RESULTS 11.11.11 11.10.12 11.9.13

A # A # A #

NEWPORT

L, 63–52 L, 91–51 L, 94–70

3–0

DATE SITE RESULT 1.29.85 H W, 93–72 11.28.86 A W, 66–60 1.27.87 H W, 61–54 OT

NICHOLS

23–12

DATE SITE RESULT 12.15.67 W, 115–94 1968-69 W, 83–76 1969-70 W, 104–79 12.11.70 L, 85–62 12.10.71 W, 84–81 12.12.72 L, 81–79 OT 1973-74 W, 103–97 1.21.75 W, 91–71 1.20.76 W, 104–69 1.20.77 A W, 84–73 1.19.78 H W, 118–88 1.18.79 A W, 78–72 1.17.80 H W, 77–76 1.15.81 H L, 86–82 1.14.82 A L, 77–63 1.13.83 A L, 77–63 1.12.84 H L, 74–68 1.21.85 A W, 84–78 1.20.86 H W, 82–76 1.19.87 A W, 81–79 2.20.88 H W, 110–88 2.18.89 A W, 92–89 2.17.90 H W, 106–92 2.23.91 A W, 104–96 2.22.92 H W, 88–76 2.20.93 A L, 78–61 2.19.94 H W, 89–81 2.21.95 A W, 90–86 12.5.95 H L, 76–73 11.27.96 A W, 108–91 1.13.98 A L, 67–59 1.27.98 H W, 54–51 1.9.99 H L, 72–69 11.18.08 A L, 80–62 12.10.09 H L, 65–57

NORTHEASTERN 0–4

DATE SITE RESULT 1.9.80 A L, 78–54 12.3.84 A L, 128–72 11.26.02 A L, 104–50 12.2.03 A L, 93–56

2.18.03 1.17.04 2.17.04 1.15.05 2.15.05 11.29.05 1.14.06 1.27.07 2.17.07 1.26.08 2.19.08 1.24.09 2.17.09 1.14.10 2.9.10 1.13.11 2.8.11 1.12.12 1.21.12 12.6.12 1.21.13 1.15.14 1.22.14 12.2.14 1.19.15 1.13.16 2.6.16 12.7.16 1.17.17

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

NOTRE DAME

L, 76–61 L, 92–68 W, 76–73 L, 65–58 L, 92–55 L, 71–60 L, 86–76 L, 76–74 L, 87–79 L, 72–60 W, 93–85 W, 82–77 L, 86–67 L, 82–66 L, 60–59 L, 64–57 W, 72–62 L, 67–64 W, 75–67 W, 92–65 W, 78–58 W, 83–77 L, 75–70 W, 80–58 W, 82–78 L, 67–51 W, 88–58 W, 61–52 L, 73–42

3–0

DATE SITE RESULT 2.17.94 H W, 96–62 2.16.95 H W, 108–83 2.15.96 A W, 72-67

2017–18 MEN’S BASKETBALL

A* H * H * H * A * A * H * H * A * A * H * A * H * A % H * A * A * H * H * A * A * H * A * H * A * H * H * A * A * H * A * H * H * A *

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 W, 79–45 W, 86–62

ROGER WILLIAMS

4–6

PLYMOUTH STATE

DATE SITE RESULT 1.19.85 H W, 79–65 2.5.86 A W, 90–84 2.4.87 H L, 92–91 2.3.88 A L, 93–74 2.7.89 H L, 102–86 2.14.90 A L, 100–77 2.13.91 H L, 105–78 1.10.13 A L, 82–56

2–6

DATE SITE RESULT 2.12.92 H W, 83–81 2.8.93 A W, 89–48 2.5.94 H W, 93–77 12.3.94 A L, 92–72 12.2.95 H L, 66–59 12.7.96 A L, 90–81 12.6.97 H L, 84–76 12.5.98 A L, 67–60 11.17.01 N 5 W, 79–74 11.17.12 A L, 69–52

RAMAPO

0–2

SAINT ANSELM’S

4–7

ST. FRANCIS

2–0

DATE SITE RESULT 11.18.01 A L, 97–74 11.23.03 A L, 109–86

RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE

4–6

DATE SITE RESULT 2.18.80 A L, 89–69 NORWICH 17-24 2.16.81 H W, 84–65 DATE SITE RESULT 2.15.82 A L, 66–49 12.2.83 A L, 89–74 2.14.83 H L, 85–66 1.18.86 H L, 92–76 2.21.85 A W, 73–57 1.17.87 A L, 93–59 2.20.86 H W, 96–88 1.16.88 H L, 85–82 2.19.87 A W, 71–67 1.13.00 H * W, 76–75 2.18.88 H L, 98–88 2.17.00 A * L, 85–73 2.16.89 A L, 95–71 2.24.00 A % L, 88–81 2.8.90 H L, 103–99 1.11.01 H * W, 76–60 2.15.01 H * W, 87–70 RIVIER 22–14 2.20.01 N % W, 90–81 DATE SITE RESULT 1.19.02 H* W, 80–68 1.20.00 H * L, 75–72 1.18.03 H * L, 65–63 2.19.00 A * W, 82–74

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1.18.01 2.18.01 1.12.02 2.11.03 2.22.03 2.10.04 2.21.04 2.8.05 2.19.05 2.7.06 2.18.06 12.9.06 1.25.07 2.22.07 12.1.07 2.12.08 1.13.09 2.10.09 1.18.10 1.30.10 1.17.11 1.29.11 1.19.12 1.24.12 1.24.13 2.16.13 12.3.13 1.18.14 1.8.15 1.17.15 1.9.16 2.13.16 1.10.17 2.1.17

DATE SITE RESULT 1.25.72 L, 80–59 1972-73 W, 65–60 1973-74 L, 69–63 2.4.75 W, 77–76 2.3.76 W, 81–79 2.1.77 A W, 70–68 1.31.78 A L, 73–69 1.30.79 A L, 81–71 1.30.80 A L, 78–47 1.27.81 H L, 59–51 1.27.82 A L, 74–49

DATE SITE RESULT 2.20.68 W, 98–64 1.17.69 W, 76–74


RESULTS ST. FRANCIS (MAINE)

2–0

DATE SITE RESULT 11.28.78 H W, 78–67 11.27.79 A W, 75–68

SAINT JOSEPH’S (MAINE)

4–16

DATE SITE RESULT 1.15.08 H * L, 93–73 2.4.08 A * L, 84–71 1.7.09 H * L, 88–76 2.5.09 A * L, 86–51 12.12.09 A * L, 83–64 2.4.10 H * L, 75–66 12.11.10 H * W, 77–71 2.3.11 A * L, 80–75 12.10.11 H * L, 84–67 1.28.12 A * L, 79–55 12.1.12 H * W, 77–68 12.5.13 H * L, 92–70 2.15.14 A * L, 70–63 2.25.14 A % L, 80–72 2.11.15 A * L, 76–69 2.12.15 H * W, 66–55 1.18.16 A * L, 62-56 2.16.16 H * W, 58–53 12.3.16 H * L, 55–52 2.18.17 A * L, 80–73

SALEM STATE

9–10

DATE SITE RESULT 1969-70 W, 84–77 2.1.71 L, 85–75 1973-74 L, 87–52 2.27.75 W, 76–67 2.16.76 W, 77–67 2.24.77 A W, 92–80 1.7.78 A W, 95–81 2.23.78 H W, 93–78 1.6.79 A L, 85–71 1.25.79 A W, 84–65 1.24.80 H W, 71–60 1.22.81 A L, 69–64 11.19.82 N2 W, 88–76 1.3.83 A L, 71–67 OT 12.27.85 A L, 96–82 12.27.87 A L, 91–74 12.27.89 A L, 102–85 12.28.91 A L, 99–68 12.29.95 A L, 83–59

SALVE REGINA

11–9

DATE SITE RESULT 1.18.83 H W, 77–67 1.17.84 A W, 79–69 12.7.87 A W, 73–71 12.7.89 H W, 83–72 12.8.89 A L, 76–66 12.7.90 H W, 99–83 12.7.91 A L, 70–66 12.5.92 H W, 64–59 11.30.93 A W, 87–75 12.1.94 H W, 79–76 11.30.95 A L, 71–57 1.21.97 H L, 89–75 1.20.98 A L, 81–63 1.19.99 H W, 92–74 11.17.00 N 4 W, 92–89 1.29.02 H L, 80–73 11.25.08 A L, 81–48 11.24.09 N 12 W, 73–71

11.24.15 11.27.16

A H

SIENA

L, 73–71 L, 75–68

0–1

DATE SITE RESULT 12.22.83 A L, 75–42

SOUTHEASTERN MASS.

3–8

DATE SITE RESULT 3.11.76 L, 79–76 12.3.81 H W, 87–75 12.9.82 A W, 69–68 12.3.83 N 17 L, 76–72 12.8.83 H L, 85–70 12.6.84 A L, 80–75 12.5.85 A W, 79–78 12.4.86 A L, 87–58 12.3.87 H L, 88–72 12.1.89 A L, 89–66 11.30.89 H L, 78–65

SOUTHERN MAINE

3–11

SOUTHERN METHODIST

0–2

SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE

0–1

DATE SITE RESULT 2.7.78 H L, 82–72 12.6.79 A L, 75–71 OT 12.4.80 H L, 75–67 12.9.81 A W, 55–52 12.3.82 H W, 80–78 OT 1.14.84 A W, 68–59 11.29.84 H L. 78–62 12.28.85 N 18 L, 101–66 2.8.86 A L, 65–60 1.15.87 H L, 67–58 1.14.88 A L, 78–72 1.12.89 H L, 70–66 1989-90 A L, 112–70 1.29.91 H L, 95–64

DATE SITE RESULT 12.10.80 L, 97–84 11.29.90 A L, 102–60

DATE SITE RESULT 11.14.14 at SNHU # L, 94–36

SOUTHERN VERMONT

10–5

DATE SITE RESULT 1.17.00 A * W, 93–78 2.1.00 H * W, 95–77 1.16.01 H* W, 102–51 1.30.01 A * W, 89–57 2.9.02 A * L, 90–86 2.22.02 N 7 % W, 95–71 1.20.03 H * L, 88–86 2.8.03 A * W, 79–76 1.18.04 H * W, 78–75 2.7.04 A * W, 87–85 1.17.05 H * W, 89–77 2.5.05 A * L, 87–71 1.16.06 A * W, 80–72 2.4.06 H * L, 93–90 OT 1.11.07 H * L, 88–64

STONEHILL

0–1

DATE SITE RESULT 12.19.75 L, 87–80

THOMAS

1–0

TRINITY

1–4

DATE SITE RESULT 12.11.88 N 16 W, 73–59

DATE SITE RESULT 2.17.86 H L, 84–54 2.16.87 A L, 91–57 2.15.88 H W, 74–73 OT 1.24.98 H L, 81–66 1.23.99 A L, 86–60

TUFTS

4–30

DATE SITE RESULT 1969-70 W, 92–88 2.27.71 W, 98–97 2.12.72 L, 79–73 1972-73 L, 108–74 3.1.78 H W, 92–83 2.10.79 A L, 73–71 2.9.80 H L, 58–51 2.7.81 A L, 89–61 2.6.82 H L, 65–54 1.2.83 A L, 79–61 2.5.83 A L, 70–67 11.26.83 N 17 L, 66–58 2.4.84 H L, 93–73 2.2.85 A L, 109–86 2.1.86 H L, 94–74 1.31.87 H L, 97–82 1.30.88 H L, 83–68 2.4.89 A W, 79–78 2.3.90 H L, 94–89 2.2.91 A L, 101–80 2.1.92 H L, 89–69 1.30.93 A L, 99–72 1.27.94 H L, 93–81 1.28.95 A L, 97–70 1.27.96 H L, 87–83 2.1.97 A L, 92–75 12.2.97 H L, 94–69 12.1.98 A L, 66–57 11.30.99 H L, 76–74 OT 11.28.00 A L, 83–68 11.27.01 H L, 71–64 12.8.04 H L, 88–70 1.17.12 A L, 98–65 12.8.12 H L, 111–76

US MERCHANT MARINES

1–0

VIRGINIA WESLEYAN

0–1

WENTWORTH

9–5

DATE SITE RESULT 1.15.95 H W, 69–68

DATE SITE RESULT 11.23.96 A L, 89–64

DATE SITE RESULT 1.21.89 H W, 80–73 1.20.90 A W, 70–68 1990-91 H W, 111–93 1.13.92 A L, 86–82 11.21.92 N 4 W, 83–82 1.11.93 H W, 101–91 1.13.94 A W, 131–109 11.19.94 N W, 94–54 1.12.95 H W, 92–65 2.13.96 A L, 87–65

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RESULTS 2.18.97 1997-98 2.16.99 11.23.99

H A H A

L, 77–66 L, 81–48 L, 83–71 W, 50–48

WESLEYAN

1–3

WESTERN CONNECTICUT

0–3

WESTERN NEW ENGLAND

7–13

DATE SITE RESULT 11.20.92 N 4 L, 73–62 12.7.00 H W, 93–79 12.6.01 A L, 96–78 11.17.06 N9 L, 79–58

DATE SITE RESULT 11.19.99 N L, 86–64 12.7.05 H L, 85–80 12.6.06 A L, 88–76

DATE SITE RESULT 2.24.99 H W, 79–72 2.5.00 A * L, 76–70 2.12.00 H* L, 91–85 OT 2.3.01 H* L, 78–72 2.10.01 A * W, 70–66 2.23.01 N 19 % L, 99–84 2.2.02 A * W, 83–70 1.11.03 H * W, 88–74 2.1.03 A * L, 102–79 2.26.03 A % L, 79–62 1.10.04 A * W, 81–75 1.31.04 H * L, 77–68 1.8.05 H * L, 72–57 1.29.05 A * L, 70–58 12.10.05 A * L, 79–74 1.28.06 H * W, 78–67 2.21.06 A % L, 95–66 1.9.07 A * L, 78–55 1.29.07 H * L, 87–69 11.16.13 N 14 W, 95–84

WESTFIELD STATE

1–2

WHEATON

4–5

DATE SITE RESULT 12.28.89 N 2 W, 74–72 12.4.06 H L, 86–61 12.4.07 A L, 72–61

DATE SITE RESULT 2.20.90 H W, 89–70 2.19.91 A W, 68–67 2.18.92 H W, 102–92 2.22.93 A L, 88–61 2.12.94 H L, 73–57 2.14.95 A L, 81–72 2.20.96 H L, 71–70 2.25.97 A W, 101–89 2.24.98 H L, 100–83

WHEELOCK

1–1

DATE SITE RESULT 11.22.14 H W, 100–85 12.14.15 H L, 78–73

WILLIAMS

0–3

DATE SITE RESULT 11.19.93 A L, 91–59 11.21.97 A L, 107–57

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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. 20 University of Rochester — Rochester, N.Y.

WPI

3–18

WORCESTER STATE

2–4

WORCESTER TECH

3–7

YORK

0-1

DATE SITE RESULT 12.9.67 W, 103–90 12.9.72 L, 79–73 1973-74 W, 76–70 2.3.79 A L, 71–65 2.21.81 H L, 89–65 2.20.82 A L, 75–57 2.19.83 A L, 85–67 2.18.84 H L, 85–81 1.15.85 A L, 99–83 1.14.86 H L, 74–73 2.25.87 A L, 98–72 2.24.88 H L, 98–82 1.7.89 A L, 78–61 2.22.90 H L, 81–79 1.14.91 A L, 87–70 2.4.93 A L, 93–74 2.2.95 A L, 86–61 2.1.96 H L, 65–61 2.6.97 A L, 85–60 2.5.98 H L, 76–70 12.3.98 A W, 83–80

DATE SITE RESULT 1.22.72 L, 104–92 1972-73 L, 85–66 2.21.76 W, 90–77 3.5.77 N 1 W, 83–81 12.10.88 N 16 L, 91–82 11.20.15 N 15 L, 77–64

DATE SITE RESULT 1968-69 L, 104–84 1969-70 L, 98–69 2.20.71 L, 88–67 2.25.72 L, 72–65 12.7.74 L, 68–63 1.29.77 A W, 94–82 12.3.77 A W, 61–60 2.2.80 A L, 74–61 2.6.92 H W, 81–76 1.29.94 H L, 91–71

DATE SITE RESULT 11.20.93 H L, 86–79


RESULTS |YEARLY RESULTS | YEAR 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 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 2016–17

COACH 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 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 Jeff Juron

Total

70 Seasons

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 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 8–8 GNAC 17–10 12–4 GNAC 17–10 10–3 GNAC 12–14 10–8 GNAC 13–13 11–7 GNAC 8–18 6–12 GNAC 11–15 9–9 GNAC 9–18 7–9 GNAC 4–21 3–15 GNAC 3–22 2–16 GNAC 6–19 2–16 GNAC 8–18 6–12 GNAC 9–16 3–7 GNAC 10–16 8–10 GNAC 9–17 6–12 GNAC 8–18 5–13 GNAC 8–18 6–12 GNAC 7–19 6–12 GNAC 723–891

120–185 GNAC

U N I V E R S I T Y


RESULTS |YEAR–BY–YEAR RESULTS | 1946–47

12–5

1947–48

16–7

COACH: CHARLES LAW

COACH: CHARLES LAW

1948–49

10–5

1949–50

13–6

1950–51

14–5

1951–52

11–4

1952–53

9–6

COACH: CHARLES LAW

COACH: CHARLES LAW

COACH: CHARLES LAW

COACH: CHARLES LAW

COACH: CHARLES LAW

13–2

1954–55

10–8

1955–56

8–8

COACH: CHARLES LAW

COACH: Charles Law

1956–57

9–9

1957–58

9–7

1958–59

10–6

1959–60

13–7

1960–61

11–9

1961–62

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

COACH: CHARLES LAW

COACH: CHARLES LAW

COACH: CHARLES LAW

COACH: CHARLES LAW

COACH: CHARLES LAW

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DATE 12.1.67 12.6.67 12.9.67 12.13.67 12.15.67 1.6.68 1.13.68 1.30.68 1.31.68 2.6.68 2.9.68 2.14.68 2.16.68 2.20.68 2.24.68 2.28.68 3.1.68

COACH: CHARLES LAW OPPONENT Babson Nasson WPI Gorham State Nichols Hartford Lowell Gordon Babson Brandeis Lowell Tech Merrimack Bryant St. Francis Curry New England College Hawthorne

1968–69

1953–54

COACH: CHARLES LAW

1967–68

DATE 12.21.68 1.4.69 1.8.69 1.10.69 1.14.69 1.17.69 2.11.69 2.5.69 2.6.69 2.12.69 2.18.69 2.21.69 2.26.69 2.28.69

COACH: CHARLES LAW OPPONENT Babson Nasson Worchester Tech Gorham State Nichols Lowell Tech Merrimack Hartford Eastern Nazarene Lowell Brandeis St. Francis Clark Babson Lowell Tech Merrimack Gordon Hawthorne Hellenic College Curry

1969–70 DATE

12–5 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

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

COACH: CHARLES LAW OPPONENT RESULT Babson L, 87–71 Nasson W, 81–79 Eastern Nazarene W, 86–85 Gorham State L, 85–68 Nichols W, 104–79 Curry W, 102–54 Lowell Tech W, 82–80 Merrimack L, 78–77 OT Bentley L, 85–77 Lowell W, 91–76 Brandeis L, 97–77 Salem State W, 84–77 Tufts W, 92–88 Clark L, 84–74 Lowell Tech L, 91–78 Merrimack L, 93–75 Bryant W, 82–85 Gordon L, 85–82 Hartford L, 112–64 Babson L, 93–88

New England College Worcester Tech

1970–71 DATE 12.1.70 12.3.70 12.8.70 12.11.70 12.16.70 12.18.70 1.9.71 1.19.71 1.21.71 1.23.71 1.27.71 2.1.71 2.3.71 2.5.71 2.9.71 2.11.71 2.16.71 2.18.71 2.20.71 2.24.71 2.27.71

COACH: CHARLES LAW OPPONENT Babson Nasson Gorham Nichols Curry Lowell Brandeis Clark Assumption Babson Framingham State Salem State Eastern Nazarene Lowell Tech Merrimack Bryant Gordon Lowell Worcester Tech Hartford Tufts

1971–72 DATE 12.1.71 12.3.71 12.7.71 12.10.71 12.14.71 12.17.71 1.13.72 1.15.72 1.19.72 1.22.72 1.25.72 1.28.72 2.1.72 2.4.72 2.9.72 2.12.72 2.15.72 2.17.72 2.23.72 2.25.72 2.29.72

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

COACH: CHARLES LAW OPPONENT RESULT Babson W, 81–74 Nasson W, 75–71 Gorham L, 94–80 Nichols W, 84–81 Lowell W, 60–55 Curry W, 79–76 Brandeis L, 111–86 Fitchburg State L, 82–73 Bentley L, 107–83 Worcester State L, 104–92 Saint Anselm’s L, 80–59 Bryant W, 79–74 Eastern Nazarene L, 92–65 Lowell Tech W, 83–66 Merrimack L, 105–73 Tufts L, 79–73 Gordon L, 97–88 2OT Clark L, 88–83 Hartford L, 98–78 Worcester Tech L, 72–65 Framingham State W, 88–79 MIT L, 95–75

1972–73 DATE 12.2.72 12.9.72 12.12.72

W, 109–85 L, 98–69

7–15

COACH: CHARLES LAW OPPONENT RESULT Saint Anselm’s W, 65–60 Babson L, 76–75 Nasson W, 61–57 Gorham State L, 96–90 WPI L, 79–73 Nichols L, 81–79 OT Brandeis L, 99–81 Tufts L, 108–74 Barrington L, 78–66 Worcester State L, 85–66 Bryant L, 72–65


RESULTS 2.7.73 2.2.73 2.15.73 2.17.73 2.21.73 2.27.73 3.1.73

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

W, 79–67 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 DATE 12.3.73 12.11.73

1974–75 DATE 12.2.74 12.3.74 12.7.74 12.10.74 12.12.74 12.14.74 12.29.74 12.30.74 1.10.75 1.15.75 1.18.75 1.21.75 1.23.75 1.28.75 1.31.75 2.4.75 2.6.75 2.8.75 2.11.75 2.13.75 2.19.75 2.20.75 2.20.75 2.27.75

COACH: CHARLES LAW OPPONENT Mass. Maritime UMaine Portland Gorham Worcester Tech Hartford Nasson Brandeis Merrimack Colby Framingham State Barrington Lowell Nichols Bryant Eastern Nazarene Lowell Tech Saint Anselm’s Merrimack Babson Gordon Clark MIT Fitchburg State Curry Salem State Boston State Brandeis

1975–76 DATE 12.3.75 12.5.75

10–10

COACH: CHARLES LAW OPPONENT RESULT Babson L, 75–61 UMaine Portland Gorham L, 64–60 WPI W, 76–70 Hartford L, 90–50 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

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 OPPONENT RESULT UMaine Portland Gorham W, 95–87 Fitchburg State W, 99–76

12.9.75 12.11.75 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

Hartford Nasson 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

L, 71–58 W, 98–64 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

1976–77

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 DATE 11.29.77 12.2.77 12.3.77 12.6.77 12.6.77 12.10.77 1.6.78 1.7.78 1.11.78 1.14.78 1.17.78 1.19.78 1.21.78 1.24.78 1.28.78 1.31.78

15–10

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT Mass. Maritime W, 108–84 Nasson W, 112–84 at Worcester Tech W, 61–60 at Hartford L, 77–72 at UMaine Portland Gorham W, 78–77 Curry W, 110–91 1 — Eastern Conn. State W, 76–73 at Salem State W, 95–81 at Framingham State L, 82–77 at Eastern Nazarene W, 82–79 at Fitchburg State W, 84–73 Nichols W, 118–88 at Babson L, 71–64 at Bentley L, 82–77 OT Lowell L, 108–93 at Saint Anselm’s L, 73–69

2.2.78 2.4.78 2.15.78 2.18.78 2.22.78 2.23.78 3.1.78 3.3.78 3.4.78

Merrimack Barrington at MIT at Brandeis at Clark Salem State Tufts 2 — Boston State 2 — Clark

W, 88–80 L, 87–65 W, 90–79 W, 73–67 L, 86–73 W, 93–78 W, 92–83 L, 93–90 L, 89–87

1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass. 2 — Brandeis, Waltham, Mass.

1978–79 DATE 11.28.78 11.30.78 12.2.78 12.5.78 12.7.78 12.9.78 1.5.79 1.6.79 1.10.79 1.13.79 1.16.79 1.18.79 1.20.79 1.23.79 1.25.79 1.27.79 1.30.79 2.1.79 2.3.79 2.6.79 2.10.79 2.14.79 2.17.79 2.21.79

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT St. Francis (Maine) at Mass. Maritime at Nasson at Hartford Southern Maine at Curry 1 — vs. Eastern Nazarene at Salem State at Framingham State Eastern Nazarene Fitchburg State at Nichols Babson at Barrington at Salem State at Lowell at Saint Anselm’s at Merrimack at WPI at Gordon at Tufts at MIT at Brandeis at Clark

13–11 RESULT W, 78–67 W, 62–59 W, 90–74 L, 63–62 L, 82–72 W, 84–73 W, 82–71 L, 85–71 L, 83–67 L, 84–66 W, 93–79 W, 78–72 W, 70–64 W W, 84–65 L, 67–63 L, 81–71 W, 86–77 L, 71–65 W, 88–72 L, 73–71 W, 61–59 L, 90–77 L, 89–73

1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

1979–80 DATE 11.27.79 11.30.79 12.1.79 12.6.79 12.7.79 1.5.80 1.6.80 1.9.80 1.12.80 1.15.80 1.17.80 1.19.80 1.22.80 1.24.80 1.26.80 1.30.80 2.2.80 2.4.80 2.5.80 2.9.80 2.11.80 2.13.80 2.16.80 2.18.80 2.20.80

10–16

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT at St. Francis Maine W, 75–68 at Colby L, 87–77 at Bates L, 57–55 at Southern Maine L, 75–71 OT Curry L, 83–64 1 — Eastern Nazarene W, 77–68 1 — Curry L, 85–83 OT at Northeastern L, 78–54 at Eastern Nazarene L, 87–76 at Fitchburg W, 71–70 Nichols W, 77–76 at Babson W, 83–67 Barrington W, 74–61 Salem State W, 71–60 Lowell W, 78–73 at Saint Anselm’s L, 78–47 at Worcester Tech L, 74–61 Nasson W, 88–76 Gordon W, 91–70 Tufts L, 58–51 Merrimack L, 79–66 at MIT L, 80–59 at Brandeis L, 79–78 at Rhode Island L, 89–69 Clark L, 90–77

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RESULTS 2.25.80 at Framingham L, 97–81 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

1980–81 DATE 11.24.80 12.2.80 12.4.80 12.6.80 12.10.80 12.13.80 1.10.81 1.13.81 1.15.81 1.16.81 1.20.81 1.22.81 1.24.81 1.27.81 1.30.81 2.2.81 2.3.81 2.5.81 2.7.81 2.11.81 2.14.81 2.16.81 2.18.81 2.21.81 2.23.81

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT Bates Univ. of New England Southern Maine Colby at Southern Methodist at Curry Eastern Nazarene Fitchburg State at Nichols Babson at Barrington at Salem State at Lowell Saint Anselm’s at Merrimack at Nasson at Gordon Hartford at Tufts MIT at Brandeis Rhode Island at Clark WPI Framingham State

8–17 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

1981–82 DATE 11.29.81 12.1.81 12.3.81 12.5.81 12.7.81 12.9.81 12.12.81 12.29.81 12.30.81 1.9.82 1.12.82 1.14.82 1.16.82 1.19.82 1.23.82 1.27.82 1.29.82 2.2.82 2.6.82 2.10.82 2.13.82 2.15.82 2.17.82 2.20.82 2.22.82 2.24.82

9–17

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT at Assumption L, 105–79 at Univ. of New England W, 76–63 at Southern Maine W, 55–52 at Colby L, 74–57 at Bates W, 71–62 Southeastern Mass. W, 87–75 Curry W, 74–73 at Merrimack L, 86–65 1 - Lowell L, 82–76 at Eastern Nazarene L, 92–65 at Fitchburg State W, 64–58 Nichols L, 86–82 at Babson L, 83–77 Barrington W, 72–71 Lowell L, 71–61 at Saint Anselm’s L, 74–49 Merrimack L, 86–63 Gordon W, 81–68 Tufts L, 65–54 at MIT L, 66–61 at Brandeis L, 78–59 at Rhode Island L, 66–49 at Clark L, 87–56 at Worcester Poly L, 75–57 at Framingham State L, 59–57 OT Mass. Maritime W, 56–54

1 - Merrimack, North Andover, Mass.

1982–83 DATE 11.19.82 11.20.82 11.27.82 11.30.82

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11–15 RESULT W, 88–76 L, 91–71 L, 107–71 W, 84–71

12.3.82 12.4.82 12.7.82 12.9.82 12.11.82 1.2.83 1.3.83 1.8.83 1.11.83 1.13.83 1.18.83 1.20.83 1.27.83 1.31.83 2.3.83 2.5.83 2.9.83 2.12.83 2.14.83 2.16.83 2.19.83 2.21.83

Southern Maine W, 80–78 OT Colby L, 78–64 at Barrington W, 95–61 at Southeastern Mass. W, 69–68 at Curry L, 75–74 OT at Tufts L, 79–61 at Salem State L, 71–67 OT Eastern Nazarene FW (93–85) Fitchburg State W, 82–79 at Nichols L, 77–63 Salve Regina W, 77–67 Babson L, 87–54 at Merrimack L, 57–49 Nasson W, 90–62 at Gordon W, 76–75 at Tufts L, 70–67 MIT W, 90–70 at Brandeis W, 54–53 Rhode Island L, 85–66 Clark L, 93–62 at WPI L, 85–67 Framingham State W, 85–58 1 — Babson, Babson Park, Mass.

1983–84 DATE 11.25.83 11.26.83 11.29.83 12.2.83 12.3.83 12.5.83 12.8.83 12.10.83 12.22.83 1.12.84 1.14.84 1.17.84 1.19.84 1.24.84 1.26.84 1.28.84 1.31.84 2.2.84 2.4.84 2.8.84 2.11.84 2.15.84 2.18.84 2.20.84 2.24.84

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT 1 — Colby 1 — Tufts at Univ. of New England at Norwich 2 — Southeastern Mass. Barrington Southeastern Mass. Curry at Siena Nichols at Southern Maine at Salve Regina at Eastern Nazarene Bates Merrimack Hellenic at Babson at Fitchburg State Tufts at MIT at Brandeis at Clark Worcester Poly at Framingham State at Colby

6–19 RESULT L, 91–69 L, 66–58 W, 96–85 L, 89–74 L, 76–72 W, 71–69 L, 85–70 W, 87–80 L, 75–42 L, 74–68 W, 68–59 W, 79–69 L, 81–65 L, 77–71 L, 89–51 W, 59–57 L, 99–71 L, 82–70 L, 93–73 W, 80–70 L, 83–64 L, 86–73 L. 85–81 L, 63–62 L, 83–50

1 — UMass Boston, Boston, Mass. 2 — Norwich, Northfield, Vt.

1984–85 DATE 11.24.84 11.25.84 11.27.84 11.29.84 12.1.84 12.3.84 12.4.84 12.6.84 12.8.84 12.11.84 1.12.85 1.15.85

12–14

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT 1 - Bridgewater State L, 81–71 1 - Curry W, 108–88 Univ. of New England W, 107–104 Southern Maine L. 78–62 Colby L, 93–81 at Northeastern L, 128–72 at Barrington W, 93–76 at Southeast Mass. L, 80–75 at Merrimack L, 85–70 at Curry W, 108–83 Eastern Nazarene W, 95–94 OT at WPI L, 99–83

1.17.85 1.19.85 1.21.85 1.23.85 1.26.85 1.29.85 1.31.85 2.2.85 2.4.85 2.8.85 2.13.85 2.16.85 2.18.85 2.21.85

Babson Plymouth State at Nichols at Bates at Hellenic Newport Regional Fitchburg State at Tufts at Brandeis Maine Maritime at Clark MIT Framingham State at Rhode Island

W, 87–82 W, 79–65 W, 84–78 L, 67–61 W, 69–53 W, 93–72 L, 84–62 L, 109–86 L, 71–67 W, 105–74 L, 89–61 L, 72–69 L, 70–65 W, 73–57

1 - Babson, Babson Park, Mass.

1985–86 DATE 11.23.85 11.26.85 11.30.85 12.3.85 12.5.85 12.7.85 12.9.85 12.27.85 12.28.85 1.11.86 1.14.86 1.18.86 1.20.86 1.22.86 1.25.86 11.28.86 1.30.86 2.1.86 2.3.86 2.5.86 2.8.86 2.12.86 2.15.86 2.17.86 2.20.86 2.22.86

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT at Univ. of New England at Marist at Colby Bridgewater State Southeastern Mass. Merrimack Curry at Salem State 1 — Southern Maine at Eastern Nazarene WPI Norwich Nichols Bates at Babson at Newport at Fitchburg State Tufts at Brandeis at Plymouth State at Southern Maine Clark at MIT Trinity Rhode Island at Framingham State

9–17 RESULT W, 100–75 L, 69–34 L, 80–61 L, 75–70 W, 79–78 L, 93–66 L, 82–77 L, 96–82 L, 101–66 W, 56–54 L, 74–73 L, 92–76 W, 82–76 L, 65–58 L, 83–68 W, 66–60 L, 70–61 L, 94–74 L, 79–64 W, 90–84 L, 65–60 L, 77–63 W, 60–52 L, 84–54 W, 96–88 W, 67–64

1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

1986–87 DATE 11.21.86 11.22..86 11.25.86 11.29.86 12.2.86 12.4.86 12.6.86 12.7.86 12.10.86 1.10.87 1.15.87 1.17.87 1.19.87 1.21.87 1.24.87 1.27.87 1.29.87 1.31.87 2.2.87 2.4.87

5–21

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT at Anna Maria L, 86–83 at Emerson L, 95–93 Univ. of New England L, 97–90 Colby L, 89–85 at Bridgewater State L, 82–67 at Southeastern Mass. L, 87–58 at Connecticut College L, 71–60 at Coast Guard L, 73–60 at Merrimack L, 90–63 Eastern Nazarene L, 105–78 Southern Maine L, 67–58 at Norwich L, 93–59 at Nichols W, 81–79 at Bates L, 85–79 Babson W, 73–72 Newport W, 61–54 OT Fitchburg State L, 78–74 at Tufts L, 97–82 at Brandeis L, 88–69 Plymouth State L, 92–91


RESULTS

2.11.87 2.14.87 2.16.87 2.19.87 2.21.87 2.25.87

at Clark MIT at Trinity at Rhode Island Framingham State at WPI

L, 92–62 L, 90–77 L, 91–57 W, 71–67 L, 109–100 L, 98–72

1987–88 DATE 11.24.87 11.28.87 12.1.87 12.3.87 12.5.87 12.7.87 12.27.87 12.28.87 1.9.88 1.14.88 1.16.88 1.20.88 1.23.88 1.28.88 1.30.88 2.1.88 2.3.88 2.6.88 2.8.88 2.10.88 2.13.88 2.15.88 2.18.88 2.20.88 2.24.88

8–17

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT at Univ. of New England L, 87–83 at Colby L, 75–59 Bridgewater State W, 89–80 Southeastern Mass. L, 88–72 at Framingham State L, 67–63 at Salve Regina W, 73–71 at Salem State L, 91–74 1 - Bowdoin L, 70–53 at Eastern Nazarene W, 72–70 at Southern Maine L, 78–72 Norwich L, 85–82 Bates L, 105–102 OT at Babson W, 69–65 at Fitchburg State L, 77–72 Tufts L, 83–68 at Brandeis L, 77–55 at Plymouth State L, 93–74 Baruch W, 91–68 at Curry W, 94–86 at Clark L, 86–64 at MIT L, 87–82 OT Trinity W, 74–73 OT Rhode Island L, 98–88 Nichols W, 110–88 WPI L, 98–82

1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

1988–89 DATE 11.22.89 11.26.89 11.29.89 12.1.89 12.3.89 12.7.89 12.10.88 12.11.88 1.7.89 1.12.89 1.14.89 1.16.89 1.18.89 1.21.89 1.24.89 1.26.89 1.28.89 2.2.89 2.4.89 2.7.89 2.9.89 2.11.89 2.13.89 2.16.89 2.18.89

10–15

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT Univ. of New England L, 86–77 Framingham State W, 85–73 at Bridgewater State L, 86–66 at Southeastern Mass. L, 89–66 Colby L, 92–66 Salve Regina W, 83–72 1 — Worcester State L, 91–82 1 — Thomas W, 73–59 at WPI L, 78–61 Southern Maine L, 70–66 Eastern Nazarene L, 90–79 Merrimack L, 100–80 at Bates L, 77–76 Wentworth W, 80–73 at Brandeis L, 74–90 Fitchburg State W, 89–87 Coast Guard W, 95–88 Babson L, 102–101 at Tufts W, 79–78 Plymouth State L, 102–86 Curry W, 93–78 MIT L, 77–59 Clark W, 106–104 at Rhode Island L, 95–71 at Nichols W, 92–89

1 — Anna Maria, Paxton, Mass.

1989–90 DATE 11.20.89 11.25.89 11.28.89 11.30.89 12.2.89 12.4.89 12.8.89 12.27.89 12.30.89 1.13.90 1.17.90 1.20.90 1.23.90 1.25.90 1.27.90 2.1.90 2.3.90 2.6.90 2.8.90 2.10.90 2.12.90 2.14.90 2.17.90 2.20.90 2.22.90

9–17

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT at Univ. of New England L, 97–89 at Framingham State L, 72–54 Bridgewater State W, 94–85 Southeastern Mass. L, 78–65 at Colby L, 99–66 at Curry W, 84–66 at Salve Regina L, 76–66 at Salem State L, 102–85 1 — Westfield State W, 74–72 at Eastern Nazarene L, 77–67 Bates W, 79–66 at Wentworth W, 70–68 Brandeis L, 104–91 at Fitchburg W, 106–92 at Coast Guard L, 86–76 at Southern Maine L, 112–70 at Babson W, 65–63 Tufts L, 94–89 at Harvard L, 119–86 Rhode Island L, 103–99 at MIT L, 72–54 at Clark L, 120–83 at Plymouth State L, 100–77 Nichols W, 106–92 Wheaton W, 89–70 WPI L, 81–79

1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

1990–91 DATE 11.16.90 11.18.90 11.24.90 11.27.90 11.29.90 12.1.90 12.3.90 12.7.90 1.12.91 1.14.91 1.22.91 1.24.91 1.29.91 2.2.91 2.5.91 2.9.91 2.11.91 2.13.91 2.15.91 2.19.91 2.23.91

9–17

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT 1 - Gordon L, 72–68 1 - Univ. of New England W, 100–96 Framingham State L, 90–83 at Bridgewater State L, 81–65 at Southern Methodist L, 102–60 Colby L, 108–72 Curry W, 96–74 Salve Regina W, 99–83 Eastern Nazarene W, 90–79 at WPI L, 87–70 Bates L, 74–65 Wentworth W, 111–93 Brandeis L, 86–68 Fitchburg State L, 84–79 Southern Maine L, 95–64 Babson L, 105-85 at Tufts L, 101–80 UMass Boston L, 75–70 MIT L, 71–66 at Clark L, 74–71 Plymouth State L, 105–78 Carnegie Mellon L, 91–70 Colby Sawyer W, 80–65 at Wheaton W, 68–67 at Nichols W, 104–96

1 - Babson, Babson Park, Mass.

1991–92 DATE 11.23.91 11.26.91 11.30.91 12.2.91

12–12

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT Dartmouth W, 120–109 Bridgewater State W, 93–87 at Colby W, 84–79 at Curry W, 85–72

12.5.91 12.7.91 12.28.91 12.28.91 1.11.92 1.13.92 1.16.92 1.18.92 1.20.92 1.23.92 1.29.92 2.1.92 2.4.92 2.6.92 2.10.92 2.12.92 2.15.92 2.18.92 2.22.92 2.24.92

at Framingham State L, 71–64 at Salve Regina L, 70–66 at Salem State L, 99–68 1 - UMass Boston W, 98–91 OT at Eastern Nazarene L, 72–68 at Wentworth L, 86–82 Bates L, 101–80 Brandeis W, 71–69 at Univ. of New England W, 79–73 at Fitchburg State L, 79–66 at Babson L, 90–63 Tufts L, 89–69 at UMass Boston L, 85–81 Worcester Tech W, 81–76 at Clark L, 84–58 Roger Williams W, 83–81 at Colby Sawyer L, 92–88 Wheaton W, 102–92 Nichols W, 88–76 at MIT W, 72–61

1 - O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass.

1992–93 DATE 11.20.92 11.21.92 11.24.92 11.28.92 12.1.92 12.3.92 12.5.92 1.9.93 1.11.93 1.16.93 1.18.93 1.21.93 1.23.93 1.26.93 1.28.93 1.30.93 2.2.93 2.4.93 2.8.93 2.10.93 2.18.93 2.20.93 2.22.93

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT 1 — Wesleyan 1 — Wentworth at Bridgewater State Colby Curry Framingham State Salve Regina Eastern Nazarene Wentworth Brandeis Univ. of New England Fitchburg State at Bates Babson MIT at Tufts UMass Boston at WPI at Roger Williams Clark at UMass Dartmouth at Nichols at Wheaton

7–16 RESULT L, 73–62 W, 83–82 L, 74–63 L, 75–58 W, 74–56 L, 82–71 W, 64–59 L, 73–57 W, 101–91 L, 114–84 L, 93–71 W, 69-66 L, 90–54 L, 89–78 L, 92–79 L, 99–72 W, 71–67 L, 93–74 W, 89–48 L, 85–80 L, 90–70 L, 78–61 L, 88–61

1 - Babson College, Babson Park, Mass.

1993–94 DATE 11.19.93 11.20.93 11.23.93 11.27.93 11.30.93 12.4.93 12.9.93 12.11.93 1.8.94 1.13.94 1.17.94 1.20.94 1.22.94 1.25.94 1.27.94

10–13

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT RESULT at Williams L, 91–59 York L, 86–79 Bridgewater State W, 99–98 at Colby L, 96–59 at Salve Regina W, 87–75 at Curry W, 94–78 Brandeis L, 79–74 Bates W, 92–71 at Eastern Nazarene L, 86–79 at Wentworth W, 131–109 at Fitchburg State W, 85–71 Colby Sawyer L, 87–72 at Babson L, 114–69 at MIT W, 84–78 Tufts L, 93–81

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RESULTS 1.29.94 2.3.94 2.5.94 2.7.94 2.9.94 2.12.94 2.17.94 2.19.94

Worcester Tech at UMass Boston Roger Williams at Clark UMass Dartmouth Wheaton Notre Dame Nichols

1994–95 DATE 11.18.94 11.19.94 11.22.94 11.26.94 11.29.94 12.1.94 12.3.94 12.8.94 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

COACH: JAMES NELSON OPPONENT 1 - Framingham State 1 - Wentworth at Bridgewater State Clark Curry Salve Regina at Roger Williams at Brandeis 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

1995–96

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 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

3–21

INTERIM HEAD COACH: DENIS MCHUGH 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.

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1996–97 DATE 11.22.96 11.23.96 11.25.96 11.27.96 11.29.96 11.30.96 12.3.96 12.5.96 12.7.96 1.11.97 1.14.97 1.16.97 1.18.97 1.21.97 1.23.97 1.30.97 2.1.97 2.6.97 2.8.97 2.11.97 2.15.97 2.18.97 2.25.97

1997–98 DATE 11.21.97 11.22.97 11.30.97 12.2.97 12.6.97 12.9.97 1.13.98 1.15.98 1.17.98 1.20.98 1.22.98 1.24.98 1.27.98 1.31.98 2.1.98 2.5.98 2.14.98 2.19.98 2.21.98 2.24.98

6–19

HEAD COACH: DENIS MCHUGH OPPONENT RESULT at Williams L, 107–57 at Curry L, 74–62 Brandeis L, 94–75 Tufts L, 94–69 Roger Williams L, 84–76 at Eastern Nazarene L, 62–55 at Nichols L, 67–59 Bates W, 62–54 at Connecticut College L, 107–57 at Salve Regina L, 81–63 at Fitchburg State L, 77–65 Trinity L, 81–66 Nichols W, 54–51 at Clark L, 72–61 Maine Maritime W, 79–70 Binghamton L, 74–64 at MIT L, 65–60 WPI L, 76–70 at Curry W, 93–92 OT at Babson L, 86–72 Univ. of New England W, 80–73 at Wentworth L, 81–48 UMass Boston L, 86–73 at Framingham State W, 65–64 Wheaton L, 100–83

1998–99 DATE 11.18.98 11.21.98 11.24.98 11.28.98 12.1.98 12.3.98 12.5.98 12.8.98 12.9.98 1.9.99 1.14.99

6–17

HEAD COACH: DENIS MCHUGH OPPONENT RESULT at Babson L, 85–75 at Virginia Wesleyan L, 89–64 at Bridgewater State W, 71–69 at Nichols W, 108–91 UMass Boston L, 109–57 UMaine Fort Kent W, 71–64 Curry W, 86–72 at Brandeis L, 77–63 at Roger Williams L, 90–81 Eastern Nazarene L, 86–50 at Bates L, 88–72 MIT L, 57–56 OT Connecticut College L, 73–65 Salve Regina L, 89–75 Fitchburg State W, 72–71 OT Clark L, 77–76 at Tufts L, 92–75 at WPI L, 85–60 Maine Maritime W, 78–71 Babson L, 97–84 at Univ. of New England L, 101–79 Wentworth L, 77–66 at Wheaton W, 101–89

12–13

HEAD COACH: DENIS MCHUGH OPPONENT RESULT at Babson L, 81–73 at MA College of Pharmacy W, 86–45 Bridgewater State L, 85–65 MIT L, 79–73 at Tufts L, 66–57 at WPI W, 83–80 at Roger Williams L, 67–60 Emerson W, 98–90 Eastern Nazarene W, 86–63 Nichols L, 72–69 at Bates L, 79–78

1.19.99 1.23.99 1.28.99 2.2.99 2.4.99 2.12.00 2.13.99 2.16.99 2.18.99 2.20.99 2.22.99 2.24.99

Salve Regina W, 92–74 Fitchburg State W, 78–69 at Trinity L, 86–60 Curry W, 79–77 at Brandeis L, 86–73 at Middlebury L, 96–75 Framingham State W, 77–72 OT Clark W, 76–70 at Univ. of New England W, 86–82 Wentworth L, 83–71 at UMass Boston L, 113–95 Babson L, 93–74 Johnson & Wales W, 94–73 Western New England W, 79–72

1999–2000 DATE 11.19.99 11.20.99 11.23.99 11.27.99 11.30.99 12.2.99 12.7.99 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

13–12 (8–8 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: DENIS MCHUGH OPPONENT RESULT vs. Western Connecticut L, 86–64 vs. Albertus Magnus W, 72–66 at Wentworth W, 50–48 at MIT W, 84–76 Tufts L, 76–74 OT UMass Boston W, 83–81 Brandeis L, 98–85 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

2000–01 DATE 11.17.00 11.18.00 11.25.00 11.28.00 11.30.00 12.5.00 12.7.00 1.9.01 1.11.01 1.16.01 1.18.01 1.20.01 1.23.01 1.25.01 1.27.01 1.30.01 2.1.01 2.3.01 2.6.01 2.8.01

17–10 (12–4 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: DENIS MCHUGH OPPONENT RESULT 1 — Salve Regina W, 92–89 1 — Fitchburg State W, 93–83 MIT W, 71–43 at Tufts L, 83–68 at UMass Boston L, 97–96 OT at Brandeis L, 101–76 Wesleyan W, 93–79 Johnson & Wales * W, 90–77 Norwich * W, 76–60 Southern Vermont * W, 102–51 at Rivier * W, 96–74 Daniel Webster * W, 100–66 at Albertus Magnus * W, 79–50 at Johnson & Wales * L, 84–73 Babson W, 69–55 at Southern Vermont * W, 89–57 at Daniel Webster * W, 87–68 Western New England * L, 78–72 Emerson * L, 81–75 Albertus Magnus * W, 96–72


RESULTS 2.10.01 2.13.01 2.15.01 2.18.01 2.20.01 2.23.01 2.28.01

at Western New England * W, 70–66 at Emerson * W, 65–64 Norwich * W, 87–70 Rivier * W, 79–73 Norwich % W, 90–81 2 — Western New England % L, 99–84 at Williams $ L, 77–68

* — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament $ — ECAC Tournament 1 — Babson, Babson Park, Mass. 2 — Johnson & Wales, Providence, R.I.

2001–02 DATE 11.17.01 11.18.01 11.24.01 11.27.01 11.29.01 12.1.01 12.2.01 12.4.01 12.6.01 12.8.01 1.12.02 1.15.02 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

17–11 (10–3 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: DENIS MCHUGH OPPONENT RESULT 1 — Roger Williams W, 79–74 at Ramapo L, 97–74 at MIT L, 66–65 Tufts L, 71–64 UMass Boston W, 77–65 at Bowdoin L, 72–60 2 — Bates W, 91–81 Brandeis W, 79–75 at Wesleyan L, 96–78 at Babson L, 79–65 Rivier * W, 81–62 at Emmanuel * W, 91–73 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 DATE 11.22.02 11.23.02 11.26.02 11.30.02 12.3.02 12.5.02 1.11.03 1.14.03 1.16.03 1.18.03 1.20.03 1.23.03 1.25.03 1.28.03

12–14 (10–8 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: DENIS MCHUGH OPPONENT RESULT 1 — Anna Maria W, 92–59 at Babson L, 97–71 at Northeastern L, 104–50 MIT W, 72–63 at Brandeis L, 85–69 at UMass Boston L, 70–69 Western New England * W, 88–74 at Albertus Magnus * L, 83–71 Babson L, 90–58 Norwich * L, 65–63 Southern Vermont * L, 88–86 at Johnson & Wales * W, 88–85 at Daniel Webster * W, 82–74 Emmanuel * L, 60–57

1.30.03 2.1.03 2.4.03 2.6.03 2.8.03 2.11.03 2.13.03 2.15.03 2.18.03 2.20.03 2.22.03 2.26.03

Emerson * W, 100–65 at Western New England * L, 102–79 Johnson & Wales * W, 77–71 at Emerson * W, 86–79 at Southern Vermont * W, 79–76 Rivier * W, 82–68 Daniel Webster * L, 86–82 at Emmanuel * W, 81–61 at Norwich * L, 76–61 Albertus Magnus * L, 102–99 at Rivier * W, 83–73 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 Emmanuel * L, 84–76 1.29.04 at Emerson * L, 69–67 1.31.04 Western New England * L, 77–68 2.3.04 at Johnson & Wales * L, 77–54 2.5.04 Emerson * W, 82–68 2.7.04 at Southern Vermont * W, 87–85 2.10.04 at Rivier * W, 77–61 2.12.04 at Daniel Webster * W, 75–61 2.14.04 at Emmanuel * L, 90–87 OT 2.17.04 Norwich * W, 76–73 2.19.04 at Albertus Magnus * W, 84–67 2.21.04 Rivier * W, 83–78 2.24.04 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 2.5.05 2.8.05 2.10.05 2.12.05 2.15.05 2.17.05 2.19.05 2.22.05

at Emerson * at Southern Vermont * Rivier * Daniel Webster * Emmanuel * at Norwich * Albertus Magnus * at Rivier * at Emerson % * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament

L, 54–43 L, 87–71 W, 90–75 L, 84–74 L, 74–70 L, 92–55 W, 79–66 L, 76–64 L, 85–54

2005–06

11–15 (9–9 GNAC)

2006–07

9–18 (7–9 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 2.7.06 at Rivier * W, 93–88 2.9.06 at Daniel Webster * W, 95–80 2.11.06 Emmanuel * L, 89–83 2.16.06 at Albertus Magnus * L, 85–73 2.18.06 Rivier * L, 94–83 OT 2.21.06 at Western New England % L, 95–66 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Middletown, Conn.

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

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RESULTS 2.10.07 2.13.07 2.17.07 2.20.07 2.22.07

Daniel Webster * at Emerson * at Norwich * at Emerson % at Rivier %

L, 95–58 L, 86–67 L, 87–79 W, 80–75 L, 94–82

* — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — UMass Dartmouth, North Dartmouth, Mass.

2007–08

4–21 (3–15 GNAC)

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 * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Bristol, R.I.

2008-09

3–22 (2–16 GNAC)

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

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2.19.09 2.21..09

Mount Ida * Emmanuel *

L, 86–70 L, 82–75

# — Exhibition Contest * — GNAC Contest 1 — University of New England, Biddford, Maine

2009-10

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.

2010-11

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.

2011–12

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.

2012–13

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


RESULTS # — Exhibition Contest * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Roger Williams, Bristol, R.I.

2013–14

9–17 (6–12 GNAC)

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.

2014–15

8–18 (5–13 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 2.21.15 2.24.15

Lasell * at Emmanuel * at Albertus Magnus %

L, 83–76 L, 69–59 L, 108–82

# — Exhibition Contest * — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Roger Williams, Bristol, R.I.

2015–16

2.18.17 2.21.17

at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * L, 80–73 at Johnson & Wales % L, 83–68

* — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Univeresity of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y.

8–18 (6-12 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: JEFF JURON DATE OPPONENT 11.14.15 UMass Boston 11.20.15 1 — Worcester State 11.21.15 1 — Johnson State 11.24.15 at Salve Regina 11.29.15 at New England College 12.1.15 Albertus Magnus * 12.3.15 at Johnson & Wales * 12.5.15 Emmanuel * 12.14.15 Wheelock 1.3.16 at Emerson 1.7.16 Mount Ida * 1.9.16 at Rivier * 1.13.16 at Norwich * 1.16.16 Johnson & Wales * 1.18.16 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * 1.21.16 Lasell * 1.23.16 Anna Maria * 1.27.16 at Albertus Magnus * 1.30.16 at Emmanuel * 2.3.16 at Anna Maria * 2.6.16 Norwich * 2.9.16 at Mount Ida * 2.13.16 Rivier * 2.16.16 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * 2.20.16 at Lasell * 2.23.16 at Lasell %

RESULTS L, 72–61 L, 77–64 W, 83–65 L, 73–71 W, 76–73 L, 80–70 L, 92–48 W, 79–72 L, 78–73 L, 73–54 L, 74–66 W, 53–51 L, 67–51 L, 90–50 L, 62-56 L, 88-56 L, 88–71 L, 72–56 L, 68–58 L, 81–70 W, 88–58 W, 81–75 L, 62–61 W, 58–53 W, 67–66 L, 78–64

* — GNAC Contest % — GNAC Tournament 1 — Amherst, Amherst, Mass.

2016–17

7–19 (6–12 GNAC)

HEAD COACH: JEFF JURON DATE OPPONENT 11.15.16 at Brandeis 11.18.16 1 — Washington & Lee 11.19.16 1 — Alfred 11.22.16 Emerson 11.27.16 Salve Regian 11.29.16 at Wheelock 12.3.16 Saint Joseph’s (Maine) * 12.7.16 Norwich * 12.10.16 at Albertus Magnus * 12.13.16 at UMass Boston 1.5.17 Emmanuel * 1.7.17 at Mount Ida * 1.10.17 Rivier * 1.12.17 Albertus Magnus * 1.14.17 at Lasell * 1.17.17 at Norwich * 1.21.17 Mount Ida * 1.25.17 at Johnson & Wales * 1.28.17 Anna Maria * 2.1.17 at Rivier * 2.4.17 at Emmanuel * 2.7.17 Lasell * 2.11.17 Johnson & Wales * 2.14.17 at Anna Maria *

RESULTS L, 87–70 L, 66–56 L, 68–58 L, 78–72 L, 75–68 W, 63–58 L, 55–52 W, 61–52 L, 81–74 L, 74–60 W, 80–69 L, 74–63 W, 79–45 L, 72–59 L, 86–63 L, 73–42 L, 75–65 L, 77–51 W, 78–64 W, 86–62 L, 56–54 L, 93-65 L, 69–62 W, 77–73

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RESULTS | SITUATIONAL GAMES | overtimeGAMES

100 pointGAMES

DATE OPPONENT RESULT 2.15.72 Gordon L, 97–88 2OT 12.12.72 Nichols L, 81–79 OT 2.2.73 Gordon L, 86–81 OT 1973–74 Barrington W, 91–87 OT 1973–74 MIT W, 77–72 OT 1.6.80 1 — Curry L, 85–83 OT 2.22.82 at Framingham State L, 59–57 OT 12.3.82 Southern Maine W, 80–78 OT 1.3.83 at Salem State L, 71–67 OT 1.12.85 Eastern Nazarene W, 95–94 OT 1.27.87 Newport W, 61–54 OT 1.20.88 Bates L, 105–102 OT 2.13.88 at MIT L, 87–82 OT 2.15.88 Trinity W, 74–73 OT 12.28.91 1 — UMass Boston W, 98–91 OT 1.16.97 MIT L, 57–56 OT 1997–98 at Curry W, 93–92 OT 2.4.99 Framingham State W, 77–72 OT 11.30.99 Tufts L, 76–74 OT 2.12.00 Western New England * L, 91–85 OT 1.22.04 Johnson & Wales * L, 85–81 OT 2.14.04 at Emmanuel * L, 90–87 OT 12.2.04 at UMass Boston W, 77–76 OT 1.12.06 at Babson W, 80–76 OT 2.4.06 Southern Vermont * L, 93–90 OT 2.18.06 Rivier * L, 94–83 OT 1.17.07 at Johnson & Wales * W, 97–91 2OT 1.20.07 at Daneil Webster * L, 89–88 OT 1.9.10 Lasell * W, 84–74 OT 11.23.10 at Lasell * W, 85–84 OT 12.1.11 UMass Boston L, 100–98 OT 2.14.13 at Emerson L, 73–71 OT

DATE OPPONENT RESULT 12.9.67 WPI W, 103–90 12.13.67 Gorham State W, 106–84 12.15.67 Nichols W, 115–94 1.30.68 Gordon W, 107–85 2.24.68 Curry W, 110–70 2.28.68 New England College W, 101–69 1.8.69 Eastern Nazarene W, 104–78 2.21.69 Hawthorne W, 100–89 2.26.69 Hellenic W, 103–68 1969–70 Nichols W, 104–79 1969–70 Curry W, 102–54 1969–70 New England College W, 109–85 1.27.71 Framingham State W, 105–85 2.27.73 Lowell W, 103–96 1973–74 Nichols W, 103–97 12.3.74 UMaine Portlane Gorham W, 101–91 1.20.76 NIchols W, 104–69 2.12.76 Clark W, 109–90 2.24.76 Curry W, 124–86 12.3.76 Fitchburg State W, 117–80 11.29.77 Mass. Maritime W, 108–84 12.2.77 Nasson W, 112–84 12.10.77 Curry W, 110–91 1.19.78 Nichols W, 118–88 11.25.84 1 — Curry W, 108–88 11.27.84 Univ. of New England W, 107–104 12.11.84 at Curry W, 108–83 2.8.85 Maine Maritime W, 105–754 11.23.85 at Univ. of New England W, 100–75 1.20.88 Bates L, 105–102 OT 2.20.88 Nichols W, 110–88 2.13.89 Clark W, 106–104 1.25.90 at Fitchburg State W, 106–92 2.17.90 Nichols W, 106–92 11.18.90 2 — Univ. of New England W, 100–96 1990–91 Wentworth W, 111–93 2.23.91 at Nichols W, 104–96 11.23.91 Dartmouth W, 120–109 2.18.92 Wheaton W, 102–92 1.11.93 Wentworth W, 101–91 1.13.94 at Wentworth W, 131–103 2.16.95 Notre Dame W, 108–83 2.18.95 Maine Maritime W, 102–79 11.28.95 at Curry W, 103–102 2.25.97 at Wheaton W, 101–89 2.21.00 Albertus Magnus * W, 107–95 1.16.01 Southern Vermont * W, 102–51 1.20.01 Daniel Webster * W, 100–66 2.14.02 Albertus Magnus * W, 110–97 1.30.03 Emerson * W, 100–65 1.10.06 Albertus Magnus * W, 106–66 1.31.09 Lasell * W, 112–107 11.21.09 3 — UMaine Presque Isle W, 103–82 12.3.12 New England College W, 100–76 12.1.13 at New England College W, 111–101 11.22.14 Wheelock W, 100–85

* GNAC Contest 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass. | SUFFOLK IN OVERTIME GAMES | All–Time OT Games Record 14–18 All–Time 2OT Games 2OT Record 1–1 Last OT Game 2.14.13 at Emerson The Last OT Win 11.23.10 at Lasell * The Last OT Loss 2.14.13 at Emerson Last OT GNAC Game 11.23.10 at Lasell * Last OT GNAC Win 11.23.10 at Lasell * Last OT GNAC Loss 1.20.07 at Daniel Webster * Last Back–To–Back OT Games 1.17.07 at Johnson & Wales * 1.20.07 at Daniel Webster * Most OT Points Scored 1.20.88 102, vs. Bates Most OT Points Allowed 1.20.88 105, Bates

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32 2 L, 73-71 OT W, 85–84 OT L, 73-71 OT W, 85–84 OT W, 85–84 OT L, 89–88 OT W, 97–91 2 OT L, 89–88 OT L, 105–102 OT L, 105–102 OT

* GNAC Contest 1 — O’Keefe Center, Salem State, Salem, Mass. 2 — Babson, Babson Park, Mass. 3 — New England College, Henniker, N.H.

| SUFFOLK IN 100–POINT GAMES | 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 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


RECORDS | SINGLE–SEASON SCORING | | POINTS |

POINTS PLAYER 1. 676 Pat Ryan 2. 611 Jay Crowley 3. 592 Donovan Little 4. 577 Allan Dalton 5. 574 Shona Mutambirwa 6. 563 Bill Fenton 7. 563 John Murphy 8. 561 John Murphy 9. 559 Christos Tsiotos 10. 555 Tom Carey

GAMES 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) | AVERAGE PLAYER 1. 27.8 Jay Crowely 2. 27.0 Pat Ryan 3. 26.9 Dave Helberg 4. 26.2 Allan Dalton 5. 24.7 Donovan Little 6. 23.4 John Murphy 7. 23.0 Shona Mutambirwa 8. 22.5 Bill Fenton 9. 22.3 Tony Dascoli 10. 22.2 Christos Tsiotos

| FIELD GOALS MADE |

FGM PLAYER 1. 263 Pat Ryan 2. 239 Donovan Little 3. 233 Shona Mutambirwa 4. 231 Steve Barrett 5. 230 Allan Dalton 6. 229 Jay Crowley 7. 227 Mike Slattery 8. 224 Christos Tsiotos 9. 221 Donovan Little 10. 220 Dave Helberg

| FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED | FGA 1. 500 2. 485 3. 476 4. 476 5. 452 6. 438 7. 428 8. 426 9. 425 10. 420

PLAYER Jay Crowley John Murphy Pat Ryan Mike Slatter Allan Dalton Donovan Little John Murphy Dave Helberg Tom Carey Allan Dalton

GAMES 22 Games 25 Games 20 Games 22 Games 24 Games 24 Games 25 Games 25 Games 21 Games 18 Games

SEASON 1996–97 1977–78 1968–69 1969–70 1978–79 2006–07 1997–98 1987–88 1972–73 1973–74

GAMES 25 Games 24 Games 25 Games 25 Games 22 Games 22 Games 26 Games 26 Games 25 Games 20 Games

SEASON 1977–78 1978–79 1997–98 1974-74 1969–70 1966–67 1986–87 1974–75 1977–78 1968–69

GAMES 22 Games 24 Games 25 Games 26 Games 22 Games 24 Games 26 Games 20 Games 26 Games 21 Games

| FIELD GOAL PERCENTAGE (MINIMUM 40 MADE) | FG% PLAYER 1 .668 Richard Sullivan 2. .631 John McDonough 3. .626 Winston Daley 4. .619 John McDonough 5. .619 Neil Simard 6. .616 Christos Tsiotos 7. .613 Bill Zarella 8. .613 John McDonough 9. .607 Dan Florian 10. .606 Donovan Little

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SEASON 1977–78 1966–67 1978–79 1969–70 1997–98 2005–06 2005–06 2006–07 1974–75 2002–03

GAMES 129–193 169–268 77–123 187–302 104–168 125–203 65–106 57–93 176–290 197–325

SEASON 1966–67 2006–07 1977–78 1986-87 1969–70 1978–79 2005–06 1968–69 2002–03 1970–71

SEASON 1979–80 1982–83 1998–99 1981–82 2003–04 1976–77 1981–82 1980–81 1998–99 1975–76

| 3–POINT FIELD GOAL MADES | 3PGT FGM 1. 85 2. 91 3. 80 4. 79 5. 74 6. 64 7. 62 8. 60 9. 60 10. 58

PLAYER Mike Vieira John Murphy John Murphy Mike Gibbons Mike Gibbons Mike Vieira Scott Meier Dave Ferrick Jake Meister Tom Carey

GAMES 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 | 3PGT FGA 1. 261 2. 231 3. 206 4. 195 5. 185 6. 171 7. 158 8. 155 9. 150 10. 150

PLAYER John Murphy John Murphy Mike Gibbons Mike Gibbons Mike Vieira Jake Meister Mike Vieira Caleb Unnni Scott Meier Jason Luisi

GAMES 24 Games 26 Games 25 Games 25 Games 25 Games 26 Games 23 Games 25 Games 26 Games 28 Games

SEASON 1994–95 2006–07 2005–06 2008–09 2009–10 1993–94 2003–04 1988–89 2015–16 2002–03

SEASON 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) | 3PGT % 1. .522 2. .478 3. .467 4. .463 5. .463 6. .459 7. .458 8. .451 9. .442 10. .432

PLAYER Dave Ferrick Flynn Pagnum James Bruno Jason Luisi SCott Meier Mike Vieira Tom Carey Luke Barrett Tom Carey John Cawley

| FREE THROWS MADE | FTM PLAYER 1. 153 Jay Crowley 2. 151 Bill Fenton 3. 150 Pat Ryan 4. 141 John Murphy 5. 140 John Murphy 6. 128 Bill Fenton 7. 121 Sam Nwadike 8. 117 Allan Dalton 9. 115 Leo Fama 10. 114 Sam Nwadike

GAMES 60–115 33–69 21–45 57–123 25–54 85–185 38–83 32–71 23–52 33–88

SEASON 1988–89 1999–00 1996–97 1998–99 2001–02 1994–95 2001–02 2008–09 2000–01 1991–92

GAMES 22 Games 25 Games 25 Games 26 Games 24 Games 25 Games 16 Games 22 Games 26 Games 26 Games

SEASON 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) | FT % 1. .926 2. .907 3. .880 4. .869 .869 6. .865 7. .862 8. .859 9. .851 10. .847

PLAYER Jason Luisi Jason Luisi Mark Bouchard Kevin Noonan John Cawley Alan Jaziri Pat Ryan Jason Luisi Justin Culhane Michael Hagopian

GAMES 87–94 68–75 44–50 53–61 53–61 96–111 150–174 79–92 40–47 50–59

SEASON 2001–02 1999–00 1994–95 1989–90 1989–90 2007–08 1977–78 2000–01 1988–89 2016–17


RECORDS | SINGLE–SEASON BALL CONTROL | | REBOUNDS |

REBOUNDS PLAYER 1. 364 Steve Barrett 2. 345 Matt Pepdjonovic 3. 341 Christos Tsiotos 4. 340 Matt Pepdjonovic 5. 293 Donovan Little 6. 290 Matt Pepdjonovic 7. 283 Dave Helberg 8. 280 Paul Parsons 9. 273 Paul Parsons 10. 271 Christos Tsiotos

GAMES 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) | AVERAGE PLAYER 1. 15.0 Dave Helberg 2. 14.6 Christos Tsiotos 3. 14.6 Steve Barrett 4. 14.2 Dave Helberg 5. 13.7 Paul Parsons 6. 13.6 Matt Pepdjonovic 7. 13.3 Matt Pepdjonovic 8. 13.1 Christos Tsiotos 9. 12.7 Paul Parsons 10. 11.7 Donovan Little

| ASSISTS |

ASSISTS PLAYER 1. 225 Justin Culhane 2. 182 Justin Culhane 3. 151 Kevin Noonan 4. 138 Jake Mikalauskis 5. 133 David Lynch 6. 126 Justin Barall 7. 120 Chris Fritch 8. 120 Chris Fritch 9. 112 James Buono 10. 103 Chris Fritch

GAMES 17 Games 18 Games 25 Games 20 Games 20 Games 25 Games 26 Games 26 Games 22 Games 25 Games

SEASON 1967–68 1973–74 1974–75 1968–69 1970–71 2011–12 2010–11 1974–75 1969–70 1975–76

GAMES 24 Games 26 Games 26 Games 23 Games 24 Games 26 Games 26 Games 28 Games 25 Games 25 Games

SEASON 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 | AVERAGE PLAYER 1. 9.4 Justin Culhane 2. 7.0 Justin Culhane 3. 6.0 Jake Mikalauskis 4. 5.8 Kevin Noonan 5. 5.5 David Lynch 6. 4.8 Justin Barall 7. 4.6 Chris Fritch 8. 4.5 James Buono 9. 4.3 Chris Toglia 10. 4.3 Chris Fritch

| BLOCKED SHOTS |

BLOCKS PLAYER 1. 80 Matt Pepdjonovic 2. 71 Matt Pepdjonovic 3. 62 Shona Mutambirwa 4. 55 Matt Pepdjonovic 5. 45 Colin Fern 6. 35 Shona Mutambirwa 7. 33 Matt Pepdjonovic 33 Colin Fern 9. 32 Neil Simard 10. 28 Brian Small

SEASON 1974–75 2010–11 1974–75 2011–12 1975–76 2009–10 1968–69 1969–70 1970–71 1975–76

GAMES 24 Games 26 Games 23 Games 26 Games 24 Games 26 Games 26 Games 25 Games 23 Games 28 Games

SEASON 1991–92 1990–91 1993–94 1989–90 1998–99 2010–11 2002–03 1997–98 1993–94 2001–02

GAMES 25 Games 26 Games 25 Games 26 Games 24 Games 23 Games 25 Games 25 Games 26 Games 21 Games

SEASON 2011–12 2012–13 1997–98 2010–11 1998–99 1996–97 2009–10 1997–98 2002–03 2008–09

| STEALS |

STEALS PLAYER 1. 60 Chris Fritch 2. 57 David Lynch 3. 56 Carmen Lorenzano 4. 49 Sam Nwadike 5. 49 John Murphy 6. 46 John Murphy 7. 46 Chris Fritch 8. 44 Chris Toglia 9. 43 Mike Vieira 10. 43 Mike Vieira

GAMES 28 Games 24 Games 25 Games 25 Games 26 Games 24 Games 25 Games 23 Games 23 Games 25 Games

SEASON 2001–02 1998–99 1997–98 2013–14 2005–06 2006–07 2003–04 1993–94 1993–94 1994–95

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RECORDS | CAREER SCORING | | SCORING AVERAGE (MINIMUM 50 GAMES) | AVERAGE PLAYER 1. 23.3 Allan Dalton 2. 21.8 Pat Ryan 3. 21.4 Donovan Little 4. 21.0 Jay Crowley 5. 18.6 Christos Tsiotos 6. 17.8 Jason Luisi 7. 17.7 Rick Ace 8. 17.1 Mike Slattery 9. 16.9 Shone Mutambirwa 10. 16.5 Chris Torres

| FIELD GOALS MADE |

FGM PLAYER 1. 842 Donovan Little 2. 698 Jason Luisi 3. 669 Rick Ace 4. 662 Christos Tsiotos 5. 605 Dan Florian 6. 602 Pat Ryan 7. 600 Matt Pepdjonovic 8. 563 Ed Cirame 9. 507 Brian Small 10. 503 Colin Halpin

| FIELD GOALS ATTEMPTED | FGA 1. 1528 2. 1491 3. 1323 4. 1262 5. 1213 6. 1173 7. 1155 8. 1129 9. 1064 10. 1034

PLAYER Jason Luisi Donovan Little John Murphy Rick Ace Matt Pepdjonovic Brian Small Pat Ryan Dan Florian Ed Cirame Colin Halpin

GAMES 51 Games 68 Games 95 Games 59 Games 88 Games 105 Games 95 Games 52 Games 60 Games 51 Games

SEASON 1968–71 1975–78 1975–79 1966–69 1973–77 1998–02 1991–95 1985–87 1995–98 2011–13

GAMES 95 Games 105 Games 95 Games 88 Games 102 Games 68 Games 102 Games 100 Games 96 Games 91 Games

SEASON 1975–79 1998–02 1991–95 1973–77 1997–01 1975–78 2009–13 1986–90 2005–09 2009–13

GAMES 105 Games 95 Games 102 Games 95 Games 102 Games 96 Games 68 Games 102 Games 100 Games 91 Games

SEASON 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) | FG% PLAYER 1 .730 Christos Tsiotos 2. .679 Bob Ferrara 3. .666 Steve Barrett 4. .652 Richard Sullivan 5. .645 Steve Relihan 6. .623 John McDonough 7. .578 Bill Fenton 8. .575 Neil Simard 9. .565 Donovan Little 10. .557 Rick Reno

| 3–POINT FIELD GOAL MADES | 3PGT FGM 1. 227 2. 205 3. 198 4. 183 5. 168 6. 152 7. 141 8. 136 9. 131 10. 128

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GAMES SEASON 662–907 1973–77 392–577 1972–76 277–416 1974–76 159–244 1978–80 111–172 1973–77 413–663 1980–83 455–787 1985–89 208–362 2000–01, 02–04 842–1491 1975–79 112–201 1976–78

GAMES 102 Games 105 Games 76 Games 103 Games 86 Games 102 Games 92 Games 80 Games 99 Games 106 Games

SEASON 2003–07 1998–02 2008–11 2012–16 1991–95 2003–07 1988–92 2001–04 2007–11 1999–03

| 3–POINT FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTED | 3PGT FGA 1. 706 2. 544 3. 535 4. 514 5. 428 6. 372 7. 372 8. 347 9. 344 10. 321

PLAYER John Murphy Mike Gibbons Jason Luisi Caleb Unni Brad SChoonmaker Brian Small Jake Meister Mike Fleming John Cawley Scott Meier

GAMES 102 Games 76 Games 105 Games 103 Games 102 Games 96 Games 98 Games 99 Games 92 Games 80 Games

SEASON 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) | 3PGT % 1. .615 2. .486 3. .439 4. .427 5. .424 6. .417 7. .413 8. .410 9. .410 10. .409

PLAYER Kevin Noonan Dave Ferrick Luke Barrett Michael Hagopian Scott Meier Tom Carey Scott Marino John Cawley Mike Vieira Matt Powers

| FREE THROWS MADE | FTM PLAYER 1. 371 Charles Byrne 2. 359 Bill Fenton 3. 349 Donovan Little 4. 346 John Murphy 5. 336 Paul Parsons 6. 315 Christos Tsiotos 7. 312 Rick Ace 8. 297 Jay Crowley 9. 278 Winston Daley 10. 277 Pat Ryan

GAMES 88–143 87–179 54–123 88–206 136–321 128–307 95–230 141–344 168–410 52–127

GAMES 98 Games 84 Games 95 Games 102 Games 81 Games 88 Games 95 Games 59 Games 103 Games 68 Games

SEASON 1986–90 1987–90 2008–10 2015–PRESENT 2001–04 1999–03 1989–93 1988–92 1991–95 2011–14

SEASON 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) | FT % 1. .883 2. .873 3. .834 4. .826 5. .808 6. .806 7. .799 8. .793 9. .790 10. .784

PLAYER Jason Luisi Donovan Little Jake Meister Alan Jaziri Pat Ryan Mike Vieira Brad SChoonmaker Tony Dascoli Jay Crowley Tom Carey

GAMES 265–300 349–400 181–217 176–213 227–343 187–232 131–164 172–217 297–376 181–231

SEASON 1998–02 1975–79 2012–16 2006–08 1975–78 1991–95 2003–07 1971–73 1966–69 1999–03


RECORDS | CAREER BALL CONTROL | | REBOUNDS |

REBOUNDS PLAYER 1. 1234 Matt Pepdjonovic 2. 1016 Christos Tsiotos 3. 997 Donovan Little 4. 839 Winston Daly 5. 718 Brian Small 6. 716 Charles Byrne 7. 660 Rick Ace 8. 658 Paul Parsons 9. 635 Dave MacDougall 10. 631 John McDonough

GAMES 102 Games 88 Games 95 Games 103 Games 96 Games 98 Games 95 Games 81 Games 99 Games 67 Games

SEASON 2009–13 1973–77 1975–79 1998–02 2005–09 1989–93 1991–95 1968–72 1989–93 1980–83

| REBOUNDING AVERAGE (MINIMUM 12 GAMES) | AVERAGE PLAYER 1. 12.1 Matt Pepdjonovic 2. 11.5 Christos Tsiotos 3. 10.5 Donovan Little 4. 9.4 John McDonough 5. 8.6 Shona Mutambirwa 6. 8.1 Winston Daley 7. 8.1 Paul Parsons 8. 7.5 Brian Small 9. 7.3 Steve Barrett 10. 7.3 Charles Byrne

| ASSISTS |

ASSISTS PLAYER 1. 480 Justin Culhane 2. 425 Chris Fritch 3. 298 James Buono 4. 270 John Murphy 5. 256 Tom Carey 6. 245 David Lynch 7. 242 Chris Toglia 8. 232 Caleb Unni 9. 229 Brian Small 10. 228 Jason Luisi

GAMES 102 Games 88 Games 95 Games 67 Games 60 Games 103 Games 81 Games 96 Games 50 Games 98 Games

SEASON 2009–13 1973–77 1975–79 1980–83 1995–98 1998–02 1968–72 2005–09 1974–76 1989–93

GAMES 101 Games 106 Games 75 Games 102 Games 106 Games 73 Games 91 Games 103 Games 96 Gmaes 105 Games

SEASON 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) | AVERAGE PLAYER 1. 480 Justin Culhane 2. 425 Chris Fritch 3. 298 James Buono 4. 270 John Murphy 5. 256 Tom Carey 6. 245 David Lynch 7. 242 Chris Toglia 8. 232 Caleb Unni 9. 229 Brian Small 10. 228 Jason Luisi

| BLOCKED SHOTS |

BLOCKS PLAYER 1. 239 Matt Pepdjonovic 2. 108 Shona Mutambirwa 3. 90 Winston Daley 4. 81 Colin Fern 5. 68 Neil Simard 6. 68 Brian Small 7. 51 Matt Duquette 8. 39 Jason Wooten 9. 34 Dan Florian 10. 33 Mark Bouchard

GAMES 101 Games 106 Games 75 Games 102 Games 106 Games 73 Games 91 Games 103 Games 96 Gmaes 105 Games

SEASON 1988–92 2000–04 1997–00 2003–07 1999–03 1995–99 1991–95 2012–16 2002–05 1998–02

GAMES 102 Games 60 Games 103 Games 63 Games 77 Games 96 Games 74 Games 87 Games 102 Games 95 Games

SEASON 2009–13 1995–98 1998–02 1996–99 2000–01, 02-04 2005–09 2013–16 1993–97 1997–01 1992–96

| STEALS |

STEALS PLAYER 1. 171 Chris Fritch 2. 160 John Murphy 3. 117 Matt Pepdjonovic 4. 117 Winston Daley 5. 115 Brian Small 6. 114 David Lynch 7. 105 Jason Luisi 8. 97 Mark Bouchard 9. 97 Tom Carey 10. 95 Caleb Unni

GAMES 106 Games 102 Games 102 Games 103 Games 96 Games 73 Games 105 Games 95 Games 106 Games 103 Games

SEASON 2000–04 2003–07 2009-13 1998–02 2005–09 1995–99 1998–02 1992–96 1999–03 2012–16

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RECORDS | MILESTONES | 1000 pointCLUB

POINTS NAME 2033 Donovan Little 1866 Jason Luisi 1680 Rick Ace 1639 Christos Tsiotos 1545 John Murpphy 1481 Pat Ryan 1465 Dan Florian 1459 Matt Pepdjonovic 1402 Ed Cirame 1383 Brian Small 1345 Colin Halpin 1284 Paul Parsons 1269 Bill Fenton 1257 Winston Daley 1241 Leo Fama 1237 Jay Crowley 1213 John Cawley 1205 Mike Vieira 1201 Tom Carey 1186 Allan Dalton 1095 Dave MacDougall 1080 John McDonough 1074 Dave Helberg 1071 Jack Resnick 1060 Dean Coletti 1032 Andy Dagle 1025 Caled Unni 1012 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 gamesPLAYED GAMES (STARTS) 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)

NAME SEASONS Tom Carey 1999–03 Chris Fritch 2000–04 Chris Tighe 2001–05 Jason Luisi 1998–02 Adam Chick 2012–16 Winston Daly 1998–02 Caleb Unni 2012–16 Dan Florian 1997–01 Matt Pepdjonovic 2009–13 John Murphy 2003–07 Brad Schoonmaker 2003–07 Justin Culhane 1988–92 Erick Jenkins 2000–04 Steve Dagle 1977–81 Ed Cirame 1986–90

matthewPEPDJONOVIC

1000POINTSandREBOUNDS MATTHEW PEPDJONOVIC WAS A FORCE ON THE GLASS IN HIS TIME IN BLUE–AND–GOLD. WITH 66 DOUBLE–DOUBLES IN 102 CAREER CONTESTS, HE GRADUATED IN 2013 AS SUFFOLK’S AND THE GNAC’S ALL–TIME LEADER IN REBOUNDS WITH 1,234. HE IS JUST THE SECOND RAM TO SURPASS BOTH 1,000 POINTS AND BOARDS JOINING HALL OF FAMER CHRISTOS TSIOTOS ’77 (1639 POINTS, 1016 REBOUNDS).

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HONORS & AWARDS | BASKETBALL WEEKLY | | ALL–AMERICAN | 1979

Donovan Little | NABC ALL–AMERICAN |

1978

Pat Ryan | JEWISH REVIEW | | DII–DII ALL–AMERICAN |

2000–01

Dan Florian

| GNAC COACH OF THE YEAR | 2001–02

Dennis McHugh

| GNAC ROOKIE OF THE YEAR | 2013–14 2009–10

Frantz Pinard Matt Pepdjonovic

| ALL–GNAC FIRST TEAM | 2012–13 2010–11 2006–07 2005–06 2002–03 2001–02 2000–01 1999–00

Colin Halpin Matt Pepjdjonovic John Murphy John Murphy Tom Carey Winston Daly Jason Luisi Dan Florian Jason Luisi Dan Florian

| ALL–GNAC SECOND TEAM | 2016–17 2015–16 2011–12 2003–04

Michael Hagopian Jake Meister Matt Pepdjonovic Eric Jenkins

| ALL–GNAC THIRD TEAM | 2014–15 2013–14 2012–13 2009–10 2008–09

Sam Nwadike Sam Nwadike Matt Pepdjonovic Matt Pepdjonovic Brian Small

| GNAC ALL–TOURNAMENT | 2001–02 2000–01

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Winston Daley Jason Luisi (MVP) Jason Luisi

| GNAC SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM | 2016–17 2015–16 2014–15 2013–14 2012–13 2011–12 2010–11 2009–10 2008–09

Steven DiPrizio Caleb Unni Caleb Unni Curtis Casella Caleb Unni Carlos De La Cruz Allan Ray Allan Ray Kevin Blake

| CoSIDA CAPITAL ONE | | ACDAEMIC ALL–AMERICAN| 2006–07

Ben Small

| CoSIDA CAPITAL ONE | | ACDAEMIC ALL–DISTRICT | 2006–07

Ben Small

| ESPN the MAGAZINE | | ACADEMIC ALL–AMERICAN | 2008–09

Ben Small

| ESPN the MAGAZINE | | ACADEMIC ALL–DISTRICT | 2008–09

Ben Small

| NABC TEAM | | ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE | 2016–17

(Jeff Juron)

| NABC HONORS COURT| 2015–16

Curtis Casella Adam Chick Caleb Unni

| GNAC ALL–ACADEMIC | 2016–17 2015–16 2014–15 2013–14

Steven DiPrizio Jim Djema Michael Hagopian Curtis Casella Adam Chick Caleb Unni Adam Chick Thomas Gardner Sam Nwadike Eric Tanery Caleb Unni Curtis Casella Adam Chick

2012–13 2011–12 2009–10 2008–09

Thomas Gardner Sam Nwadike Caleb Unni Thomas Gardner Jhonneris Mendez Adam Shomer Adam Shomer Luke Barrett Brian Small


RECORDS | GNAC TOURNAMENT | | LAST TIME...

| GNAC TOURNAMENT RESULTS | YEAR 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

2017 A 7 Q 2 — JWU

L, 83–68

Scored 70 points or more 83 at JWU Played in Overtime Made 25 or More FG 28 vs. Albertus Magnus

| 2017 Never 2015

| ALBERTUS MAGNUS 0-1 | 2015

| EMERSON 2004 2005 2007

2017

Made 15 or More Throws 15 at JWU

2017

A Ram Scored 20 or More Points 2016 23, Adam Chick, vs. Lasell A Ram Grabbed 9+ Rebounds 24, Micahel Hagopian at JWU 2017 A Ram Grabbed 4+ O Boards 2016 5, Adam Chick, vs. Lasell A Ram Had 5 or More Assists 8, Jim Djema at JWU 2017 A Ram Had 5 or More Steals Never

H Q A Q A Q

| EMMANUEL 2002

Fewer Than 25 FGs 22 at JWU

AQ

H Q

L, 108–82

1-0 |

L, 85–68 L, 85–54 W, 80–75

1-0 |

W, 89–61

| JOHNSON & WALES 1-3 | 2002 2011 2013 2017

N F A Q A Q A Q

| LASELL 2016

A

| NORWICH 2.24.00 2.20.01

A Q H Q

| RIVIER

2007 L

W, 76–71 L, 96–83 L, 96–93 L, 83–68

0-1 |

L, 78–64

1-1 |

L, 88–81 W, 90–81

0-1 |

94–82

| ST. JOSEPH’S (ME.) 0-1 |

A Ram Had 5 or More Blocks Never

2014

* Ball control statistics as of 2011

2002

A

| SOUTHERN VT N S

L, 80–72

1-0 |

W, 95–71

| W. NEW ENGLAND 0-3 | | THE RAMS BEST IN GNAC TOURNEY Points 95 vs. Southern Vermont Field Goals 28 at Albertus Magnus Field-Goal Percentage 50.0 (13–26) vs. Emerson Free Throws 20 vs. Emerson

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Points 25, Sam Nwadike at Saint Joseph’s (Maine)

2014

2015

Field Goals 9, Adam Chick at Lasell 9, Michael Hagopian at JWU

2016 2017

Field-Goal Percentage .692 (9–13), Michael Hagopian at JWU

2017

Free Throws 9, Adam Chick at Albertus Magnus

2015

Free-Throw Percentage 100 (10–10), Jason Luisi vs. Johnson & Wales

2002

3-Pointers 5, Adam Chick at Lasell 5, Michael Hagopian at JWU

2016 2017

3-Point Percentage .833 (5–6), Michael Hagopian

2017

Assists 8, Jim Djema at JWU

2017

Rebounds 13, Adam Chick at Lasell

2016

2005 2004 2015

3-Pointers 13 at Saint Joseph’s (Maine)

2014

Assists 15 at Albertus Magnus Rebounds 38 at Albertus Magnus * Excludes 2006 & 2007 Playoffs

2017 2015 2015

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2002

Free-Throw Percentage 90 (18–20) at Albertus Magnus

3-Point Percentage 50.0 (9–18) at JWU

| A RAMS BEST IN GNAC TOURNEY

* Ball control statistics as of 2011

2001 2003 2006

A S A Q A Q

L, 94–84 L, 79–62 L, 95–66


RECORDS | ECAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | | LAST TIME...

| ECAC CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS | YEAR SITE SEED RD OPPONENT

RESULT

2001 A Williams

L, 77–68

|

Scored 70 points or more

Never

Played in Overtime

Never

Made 25 or More FG

Never

| WILLIAMS 2001

A

0-1 |

L, 77–68

Fewer Than 25 FGs 2001 21 vs. Williams Made More Than 15 Free Throws 2001 23 vs. Williams A Ram Scored 20 or More Points 2001 20 Daley vs. Williams 20 Florian vs. Williams

| THE RAMS BEST IN GNAC TOURNEY

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| A RAMS BEST IN GNAC TOURNEY

|

2001

Points 20, Winston Daley & Dan Florian vs. Williams

2001

2001

Field Goals 7, Dan Floridan vs. Williams

2001

Free Throws 23 vs. Williams

2001

Free Throws 8, Winston Daly vs. Williams

2001

3-Pointers 3 vs. Williams

2001

3-Pointers 1, Chris Adams, Tom Carey, Jason Luisi vs. Williams

2001

Points 68 vs. Williams Field Goals 21 vs. Williams

U N I V E R S I T Y


RECORDS | NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS | | LAST TIME...

| NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS | YEAR SITE SEED RD OPPONENT

RESULT

2002 A 1 Clark

L, 84–77

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

|

Scored 70 points or more 77 vs. Clark

2002

Played in Overtime

Never

Made 25 or More FG 32 vs. Clark

2002

Fewer Than 25 FGs

Never

Shot Over 50% 51.5 vs. Clark

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 Had 5 or More Assists 5, Chris Fritch vs. Clark 2002 A Ram Had 5 or More Steals Never A Ram Had 5 or More Blocks Never

| THE RAMS BEST IN GNAC TOURNEY Points 77 vs. Clark Field Goals 32 vs. Clark

| 90 |

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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

2002

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

2002

3-Pointers 8 vs. Clark

2002

3-Pointers 3, Tom Carey vs. Clark

2002

3-Point Percentage 50.0 (5-10) vs. Clark

2002

3-Point Percentage 100 (3–3), Tom Carey vs. Clark

2002

Assists 21 vs. Clark

2002

Assists 5, Tom Carey, Chris Fritch vs. Clark

2002

Rebounds 39 vs. Clark

2002

Rebounds 14, Winston Daley vs. Clark

2002

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| CLARK 2002

A 1

0-1 |

L, 84-77


RAMANCA | HEAD COACHING HISTORY | OVERALL NAME YEARS (SEASONS) W

L PCT.

W

L

PCT.

Charles Law James E. Nelson Dennis McHugh Adam Nelson Jeff Juron

1946-76 (30) 1976-95 (19) 1995-05 (10) 2005-2015 (9) 2015- PRESENT (2)

334 190 107 77 8

242 285 147 180 18

.579 .400 .42 1 .299 .307

57 51 6

42 119 12

.575 .300 .333

TOTAL

70 Seasons

716

872

.450

114

173

.397

dennisMCHUGH

did youKNOW

DENNIS MCHUGH IS THE WINNINGEST COACH IN SUFFOLK MEN’S BASKETBALL HISTORY WITH A .421 OVERALL WINNING PERCENTAGE WITH 107 VICTORIES IN 254 GAMES ON THE SUFFOLK SIDELINE. HE IS ALSO THE LONE LEADER OF THE RAMS TO WIN A GNAC TITLE AND APPEAR IN A NCAA TOURNAMENT.

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

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 coach with a .579 winning percentage (334–242). | 1978 — RYAN ALL–AMERICAN | Pat Ryan becomes the first–ever Ram to garner All–America honors with NABC All–American

| 1979 — LITTLE |

recognition.

Donovan Little caps off his four–year career as the program’s first and only 2,000+ point scorer, finishing with 2,033 points and as a Basketball Weekly All–American. | 1991 — REGAN GYMNASIUM | Suffolk basketball officially has its own home as Regan Gymnasium opens its doors. | 1994–95 — NELSON’S FINAL SEASON | James E. Nelson coaches his 19th and final season. Throughout his career, he put together a 190–285 record with 13 Rams joining the 1,000–point ranks under his guidance. | 1995 — McHUGH ERA | Dennis McHugh becomes the third head coach of Suffolk men’s basketball. | 1999–2000 — GNAC | Suffolk joins its first official conference, the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC).

| 2000–01 — ECAC CHAMPIONSHIPS | 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 started the most games in Suffolk history (106). McHugh was named GNAC Coach of the Year.

| 2004–05 — McHUGH’S FINALE | McHugh wraps up his coaching career at Suffolk 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. | 2005 — ADAM NELSON ERA | Adam Nelson is named the fourth head coach in Suffolk’s history.

| 2013 — PEPDJNOVIC | 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.

U N I V E R S I T Y


RAMANCA | ALL–TIME LETTERMAN | |A| Abdillahi, Warfa Ace, Rick Adams, Chris Aldrete, Andres Alexanian, Samuel Allen, Joe Amico, Joe Anglin, Dan Arena, James

2015–Present 1991–95 1998–01 2009–10 2007–09 1981–84 1990–94 1985–88 2002–03

|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

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

|C| Carey, Mike 2002–06 Carey, Tom 1999–03 Casella, Curties 2012–16 Castello–Acevedo, Francisco 2017–Present Cawley, John 1988–92 Cejas, Noberto 1995–97 Chick, Adam 2012–16 Cirame, Ed 1986–90 Clark, Kevin 1973–75 Coletti, Dean 1982–86 Collins, Brian 1995–97 Collins, Fran 1969–72 Condakes, Mike 1982–83 Connelly, Bob 1987–88 Connelly, Matt 2008–09 Connolly, Bob 1986–87 Connors, Brian 1976–77 Corbett, Ron 1968–69 Cormier, Warren 2004–05 Costello, Jack 1969–72 Costello, Matt 2014–15 Crowley, Jay 1966–69 Crowley, Peter 1969–70, 71–72 Culhane, Justin 1988–92 Currier, Jonathan 2007–08

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Grykiewicz, Frank

|D| 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 Duffy, Thomas Duquette, Matt Dwyer, Matt

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-Present 1981–83 1977–78 2010–11 1979–81 2016–Present 2013–16 1993–95

|E| Emma, Chris Eng, Jonathan Eustis, Greg

2001–05 2016–Present 1973–75

|F| Fama, Leo Fenton, Bill Fern, Colin Fernandes, Miguel Ferrara, Bob Ferrara, Rick Ferrari, Ron Ferrick, Dave Fetherston, A. Fiin, Jamal Fitzpatrick, Bill Flakes, Matt Flanagan, Brooks Fleming, Mike Flores, George Florian, Dan Forlizzi, Steve Fritch, Chris

1982–86 1985–89 1996–99 1994–98 1972–76 1978–79 1990–91 1987–90 1998–99 2016–Present 1972–73 2003–04 2009–10 2007–11 1986–87 1997–01 1975–79 2000–04

|G| 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 Grillakis, George 2016–Present

1975–76

|H| Haopian, Michael 2015–Present 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 1980–81 Ilebode 2017–Present |J| Jacovides, Alex 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

2017–Present 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

|L| Lahiff, Dan 1979–81 Langford, Aubrey 1975–76 Lassiter, Clinton 2003–06 Lewis, Dave 1979–80 Leyva, Aury 2012–13 Lindberg, Mike 2006–09 Little, Donovan 1975–79 Logan, Lyle 2016–Present Lorenzano, Carmen 1997–98 Louissant, Jean–Zach 2015–16 Luisi, Jason 1998–02 Lynch, David 1995–99 |M| MacArthur, Phil Macca, Tom MacDonald, Chris MacDougall, Dave Mahoney, Mike Marino, Scott Marshall, Chuck Massimino, Mario McCarron, Bill

2011–12 2001–02 2005–07 1989–93 1975–76 1989–93 1982–83 2007–10 1981–82

McCartney, Quinn 2014–17 McDermott, Chuck 1980–82 McDonough, John 1980–83 McDonough, Tom 1980–81 McEntee, Mickey 2009–12 McHoul, Jim 1980–83 McLaren, Dave 1992–95 McLean, Matt 2015–17 Medeiros, Ron 1971–72 Medrano, Raphy 2011–12 Meho, Tim 2004–08 Meier, Scott 2001–04 Meister, Jake 2012–16 Mello, Bob 1975–79 Mendez, Jhonneris 2012–13 Mikalauskis, Jake 1992–95 Mildrin, Doug 1975–76 Miller, Ethan 2010–11 Miller, Jabez 1997–98 Miller, Tom 1977–78 Mines, Byron 1990–92 Mitchner, Ed 1978–81 Monsegue, Shayne 2006–07 Moore, Larry 2006–07 Morelock, Josh 2004-06 Morris, John 1969–72 Mosby, Shawn 2012–13 Muldoon, Mark 1973–75 Mullin, Jay 2007–08 Mulson, Brendan 2017–Present Murphy, John 2003–07 Mutambirwa, Shona 1995–98 Muteba, Jevic 2008–10, 11–12 |N| Nally, Sean Newton, Travis Nicholas, Kaleb Noel, Bill Noonan, Kevin Noonan, Richard Norton, Peter Nwadike, Sam

2013–14 2010–11 1997–98 1971–71 1986–90 1978–80 1977–78 2013–15

|O| O’Brien, Evan O’Connell, Ryan O’Neil, Dan Overshown, Philip

1999–00 2017–Present 1986–89 1967–69

|P| 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, Cameron

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 2016–Present


RAMANCA | ALL–TIME LETTERMAN | Powers, Matt Powers, Tom Prevost, Austin

2011–14 1984–85 2016–17

|Q| Querusio, Kevin

2015–Present

|R| Ransom, Joseph Ray, Allan Redmond, Derek Reed, Francis Relihan, Steve Remington, M. Reno, Rick Reynolds, Conor Reynolds, J. Riley, William Roberts, Steve Romeus, K. Ryan, Jim Ryan, Pat

2007–09 2007–11 1983–85 1990–92 1973–77 2000–01 1976–78 2016–Present 1999–00 2006–07 1972–74 1999–00 1983–87 1975–78

|W| 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 |Y| Yarde, Chris

1997–98

|Z| Zanette, Steve Zarella, Bill Zermani, Paul Zuffante, Chris

2010–13 1981–83 1990–93 1988–89

|S| Sadowski, Craig 2008–09 Schnabel, Jay 1997–98 Schoonmaker, Brad 2003–07 Seaman, Brad 2006–09 Selines, M. 1998–99 Shafiezadeh, Mohammed 2015–16 Shafiezadeh, Sina 2013–14 Shomer, Adam 2010–13 Sicuso, John 1979–81 Siebel, Matt 1988–89 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 |T| Tanery, Erci 2014–15 Taylor, Patrick 2003–04, 05–07 Teixeira, Josh 2007–08 Thompson, Peter 2003–06 Tierno, Tony 1982–85 Tighe, Chris 2001–05 Tisotos, John 1983–84 Toglia, Chris 1991–95 Torres, Chris 2011–13 Tsiotos, Nicholas 1976–77 Tully, Sam 2005–06 |U| Unni, Caleb |V| Vaccaro, Paul Van Stry, Larry Vaughn, Dave Venuto, Matt Vieira, Mike

2012–16 1985–86 1975–76 1989–92 2002–03 1991–95

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2017-18 Suffolk Men's Basketball Media Guide  

A look inside the 2017-18 Suffolk men's basketball season a glimpse into the Rams' past, including coaches, all-time greats and records, and...

2017-18 Suffolk Men's Basketball Media Guide  

A look inside the 2017-18 Suffolk men's basketball season a glimpse into the Rams' past, including coaches, all-time greats and records, and...

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