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Feb 27, 2016
Coast Guard
vs. Fitchburg St.
@ NE Baseball Complex, Northboro, Mass.
12:00 PM
Coast Guard
vs. Fitchburg St.
@ NE Baseball Complex, Northboro, Mass.
2:30 PM
Mass. Maritime
vs. Immaculata
@ Fort Pierce, Fla.
7:00 PM
Lawnwood Park, Fort Pierce, Fla.
Feb 28, 2016
Mass. Maritime
vs. Elizabethtown
@ Fort Pierce, Fla.
11:00 AM
Lawnwood Park, Fort Pierce, Fla.
Elizabethtown
vs. Mass. Maritime
@ Fort Pierce, Fla.
1:30 PM
Lawnwood Park, Fort Pierce, Fla.
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Men's Basketball
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  • Football
  • Men's Soccer
  • Women's Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Field Hockey
  • Women's Lacrosse
  • Softball
  • Baseball

2015-16 Men's Basketball Standings

School Conf Overall
Salem St. 7-1 13-8
Worcester St. 6-2 14-7
Fitchburg St. 5-2 12-8
Bridgewater St. 4-3 8-11
Westfield St. 3-5 8-12
MCLA 1-7 5-15
Framingham St. 1-7 4-16

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Player of The Week
Men's Basketball
  • Men's Basketball
  • Men's Ice Hockey
  • Men's Track & Field
  • Women's Basketball
  • Women's Track & Field
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 2/1The Worcester State duo of Balil Shakir and Alex Santos have claimed this week's MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week honors.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 1/25Marcus Faison of Salem State and Joe Wiggins of MCLA have earned the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week accolades.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 1/18Kwame Lee of Fitchburg State and Alex Santos of Worcester State are the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week honorees. This is the fourth straight rookie honor for Santos.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 1/11Marcus Faison of Salem State and Alex Santos of Worcester State have been named the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week for the week ending Jan. 10.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 1/4Jaleel Bell of Fitchburg State and Alex Santos of Worcester State are the first MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week award winners of 2016.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 12/14The Worcester State duo of Paul Brooks and Alex Santos are the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week award winners.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 12/7Jaleel Bell of Fitchburg State and Ryan Carney of Bridgewater State have earned the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week honors.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 11/30Westfield State duo of Shane Pasquantonio and Peter Mafo are the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 11/23Balil Shakir of Worcester State and Joe Wiggins of MCLA are this week's MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week honorees.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 11/16Fawaz Mass of Bridgewater State and Alex Santos of Worcester State are the first MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week winners of the 2015-16 season.
SA Spotlight
Conor Murtagh Bridgewater State Men's Soccer Men's Track and FieldHis athletic season begins in August and doesn't finish until the middle of May. He transitions from soccer in the fall to indoor track and field in the winter and outdoor in the spring, but that has not stopped Bridgewater State standout Conor Murtagh from having great success on and off the field of play.
Sarah Palace Framingham State Women's BasketballShe has been playing basketball since second grade. The love of the game, competition and team support are what keeps her playing. As a college student-athlete at Framingham State, Sarah Palace has found all of those things not only on the court but off it as well.
John Tomlin Westfield State Track and FieldHe just couldn't stay away. That was the story for Westfield State track and field student-athlete John Tomlin who spent his first year of college off the track. It didn't take him long to realize he was being called back to the sport he loves.
Alexis Podedworny Fitchburg State Track and FieldBeing a three sport student-athlete is nothing new to Alexis Podedworny. She got her start in high school playing soccer and softball while running in indoor track. Now at Fitchburg State, she not only participates in three sports, but she juggles the student side of college as well.
Michael Chen Salem State Men's Ice HockeyMany movies about hockey have graced the silver screen over the years. It was one in particular that caught Salem State hockey player Michael Chen's attention and helped turn fascination into a love of the sport.
Stephanie Leveillee Fitchburg State Women's BasketballAs a student-athlete you see the trainers at work every day whether at practice or on game day. For Stephanie Leveillee of the Fitchburg State women's basketball team, she knows her experience in college athletics and Division III are helping her to prepare for her future career.
Erik Washburn Westfield State FootballTo say Westfield State's Erik Washburn loves sports might be an understatement. Whether he is playing football for the Owls, watching their other teams compete or getting some time in on the golf course, sports are a past-time he loves and hopes to continue participating in after college.
Kelsey Russell Salem State Field HockeyKelsey Russell of Salem State knows what it is like to balance the demands of being a student and an athlete as she competes in three sports for the Vikings. Although it may be demanding, It has provided her with life skills to ready her for the future.
Katie Levesque Massachusetts Maritime Women's SoccerKatie Levesque has been playing sports most of her life. In high school, she competed in soccer, basketball and softball while earning All-State honors in soccer and softball. Despite her success, the Massachusetts Maritime senior didn't use sports to decide her future college, it was all about her education.
Matt Mangano Framingham State FootballTo say Framingham State football student-athlete Matt Mangano is battle tested would be an understatement. Not only has he made a name for himself on the field as a strong defender, but he is also pursuing his passion as a member of the US Army Reserves and currently as an intern with the Drug Enforcement Agency.
Meghan Deighan Worcester State VolleyballDuring your years in school, you are taught not only how to master english, but you can also have the opportunity to study a foreign language. For Meghan Deighan of Worcester State, spanish has been not only something she has studied in college but, it has helped her for work in her future career.
Ryan Baker MCLA Men's SoccerAs a defender in soccer, your sole purpose is to stop the other team from getting close to the goal and scoring. Ryan Baker, MCLA men's soccer, plans to use his experience on the field as a defender to serve and protect as a police officer.
Sara Sullivan Framingham State Women's SoccerWhen you are a student-athlete, you have many people that act as teachers in your life. From the professors in class to coaches and even teammates, there are learning opportunities everywhere. For Sara Sullivan, Framingham State women's soccer goalkeeper, she is hoping all she is learning will help in her future as a teacher.
Jake Hastings Fitchburg State Men's Cross CountryIt was a combination of academics and cross country that drew Jake Hastings to Fitchburg State when deciding on where to go to college. In his sophomore year, he is still very confident that he made the right choice.
Stat Leaders
Football
  • Football
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  • Women's Soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Men's Basketball
  • Women's Basketball
  • Men's Ice Hockey
  • Baseball
  • Softball

Passing Leaders

Yards
Matthew Silva 3168
Will Arndt 3012
Garrett Dellechiaie 2957
Trevor Vasey 2798
Cory Burnham 2117
Complete Leaders
Yards per game
Will Arndt 301.2
Matthew Silva 288.0
Trevor Vasey 279.8
Garrett Dellechiaie 268.8
Cory Burnham 211.7
Complete Leaders
Touchdowns
Matthew Silva 41
Will Arndt 32
Garrett Dellechiaie 26
Cory Burnham 24
Trevor Vasey 18
Complete Leaders
Completion %
Matthew Silva 64.2%
Zack Edwards 63.7%
Will Arndt 62.7%
Garrett Dellechiaie 61.2%
Trevor Vasey 59.7%
Complete Leaders
Interceptions
Erik Washburn 14
Trevor Vasey 12
Cory Burnham 12
Garrett Dellechiaie 11
B. Skeffington 10
Complete Leaders

Rushing Leaders

Yards
Michael Nicol 1319
Kenny Pierce 1211
Kemani Jones 1101
B. Skeffington 1023
Alex McLaughlin 936
Complete Leaders
Yards per game
Michael Nicol 131.9
Kenny Pierce 121.1
Kemani Jones 110.1
B. Skeffington 102.3
Alex McLaughlin 85.1
Complete Leaders
Yards per rush
Kenny Pierce 6.5
Stephen Roy 6.1
Eddie Sheridan 6.1
Kemani Jones 5.3
Carlton Williamson 5.2
Complete Leaders
Touchdowns
Alex McLaughlin 16
Kenny Pierce 15
Michael Nicol 14
B. Skeffington 13
Kemani Jones 13
Complete Leaders

Receving Leaders

Receptions
Marcus Grant 79
Tevin Jones 63
Ty Spencer 55
Devin Summiel 53
Connor Falaguerra 53
Complete Leaders
Yards
Marcus Grant 956
Tevin Jones 900
Travis Bassett 775
Connor Falaguerra 764
Devin Summiel 756
Complete Leaders
Yards per game
Marcus Grant 86.9
Tevin Jones 81.8
Connor Falaguerra 76.4
Colin Smith 72.4
Travis Bassett 70.5
Complete Leaders
Touchdowns
Tevin Jones 15
Connor Falaguerra 13
Devin Summiel 12
Marcus Grant 10
Abbi Bamgbose 10
Complete Leaders

Defensive Leaders

Tackles
Shane Gleim 109
John Ollari 107
M. McCarthy 100
Luis Feliz 89
Marcus Pettigrew 88
Complete Leaders
Solo tackles
M. McCarthy 73
John Ollari 73
Shane Gleim 68
Luis Feliz 60
Kenneth Strecker 57
Complete Leaders
Sacks
Quentin Jones 11
Bryan Ballenilla 11
Emmanuel Omere 8
Anthony LaRose 7
Elvis Romero 6
Complete Leaders
Interceptions
David Console 6
Paul Sances 5
Taron Seaforth-Howar 4
Kareem Patterson 3
Jon Biggs 3
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February 3, 2016
Men's Basketball Downs Framingham State, 57-50
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. -- The visiting Bridgewater State University men?s basketball team posted a 57-50 victory over Framingham State University in Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) action on Wednesday night at the Athletic Center.

February 3, 2016
Women's Basketball Falls to Framingham State, 66-56
FRAMINGHAM, Mass. ? The Framingham State University women?s basketball team overcame a 14-point first half deficit as the host Rams posted a 66-56 victory over Bridgewater State University in MASCAC action on Wednesday evening.

February 1, 2016
Conor Murtagh Named MASCAC Men's Indoor Track Athlete of the Week
BRIDGEWATER, Mass. ? For the second time this season, Bridgewater State University senior Conor Murtagh has been selected as the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) Men?s Indoor Track Athlete of the Week.

February 1, 2016
Anyelina Martinez Named MASCAC Women's Indoor Track & Field Rookie of the Week
BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Bridgewater State University freshman Anyelina Martinez has been selected as the Massachusetts State Collegiate Athletic Conference (MASCAC) Women's Indoor Track & Field Rookie of the Week.

January 30, 2016
Women's Basketball Falls to Williams, 61-52, in Non-Conference Showdown
BRIDGEWATER, Mass. ? The visiting Williams College women?s basketball team posted a 61-52 victory over Bridgewater State University on Saturday afternoon at the Tinsley Center.

January 30, 2016
Men's Indoor Track & Field Competes at Wheaton, BU
BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- The Bridgewater State University men's indoor track & field team competed at both the BU John Thomas Terrier Classic and the Wheaton Invitational on Saturday.

January 30, 2016
Women's Indoor Track & Field Competes at Wheaton Invitational
NORTON, Mass. -- The Bridgewater State University women's indoor track & field team competed at the Wheaton Invitational on Saturday.

January 30, 2016
Men's Swimming & Diving Splits Tri-Meet
WESTON, Mass. -- The Bridgewater State University men's swimming & diving team split a tri-meet hosted by Regis College on Saturday.

January 30, 2016
Women's Swimming & Diving Splits Tri-Meet
WESTON, Mass. -- The Bridgewater State University men's swimming & diving team split a tri-meet hosted by Regis College on Saturday.

January 30, 2016
Wrestling Posts 1-2 Mark at NEWA-Metro Duals
BRISTOL, R.I. -- The Bridgewater State University wrestling team went 1-2 at the NEWA-Metro Duals hosted by Roger Williams University on Saturday.

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