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Nov 3, 2017
0 Framingham St.
3 at Salem St.
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MASCAC Semi-final
3 Westfield St.
2 at Mass. Maritime
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2017 MASCAC Semifinals
Nov 5, 2017
2 Westfield St.
2 at Salem St.
Final - 2OT
MASCAC Championship -- Salem State Advances on Penalty Kicks 3-2
Nov 11, 2017
1 Salem St.
2 at Amherst
Final
NCAA DIII Tournament First Round
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2017-18 MASCAC Men's Basketball Standings

School Conf Overall
Salem St. 0-0 3-1
Bridgewater St. 0-0 2-2
Westfield St. 0-0 2-2
MCLA 0-0 1-2
Framingham St. 0-0 1-3
Fitchburg St. 0-0 0-3
Worcester St. 0-0 0-4

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MASCAC Men's Basketball Weekly Report 11/20Marcus Collins of Westfield State and Mike Demartinis of MCLA are the first MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week award winners of the season.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 2/27Marcus Faison of Salem State and Cal Howes of Worcester State earn the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week accolades after competing in the championship game Saturday.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 2/20Marcus Collins of Westfield State and Rayshon Ward of Bridgewater State take home the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week accolades.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 2/13Jaleel Bell of Fitchburg State and Keiland Cross of MCLA take home the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week weekly honors.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 2/6The Salem State duo of Marcus Faison and Sean Bryan earn the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week after helping their team to a 2-0 record last week.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 1/30Jaleel Bell of Fitchburg State repeats as the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player of the Week while Keiland Cross of MCLA earns the Rookie of the Week honors.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 1/23Jaleel Bell of Fitchburg State and Cal Howes of Worcester State earn the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week accolades.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 1/16Joseph Carty of Bridgewater State and Keiland Cross of MCLA grab the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week honors.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 1/9Marcus Faison of Salem State and Tyri Hampton of Framingham State take home the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week accolades. This is the third of the season for Faison and first for Hampton.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 1/2Jaleel Bell of Fitchburg State and Cal Howes of Worcester State earn the first MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week accolades of 2017.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 12/19Manny Payton of Framingham State and Keiland Cross of MCLA take home the final MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week honors of 2016.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 12/12Keiland Cross of MCLA earns the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week honors.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 12/5Jalen Williams of Fitchburg State and Keiland Cross of MCLA are the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week award winners.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 11/28Marcus Faison of Salem State repeats as the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player of the Week while Cal Howes of Worcester State claims the Rookie of the Week honors.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 11/21Marcus Faison of Salem State and Keiland Cross of MCLA are the first MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week honorees of the 2016-17 season.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 2/29MASCAC Tournament MVP Jaleel Bell of Fitchburg State is the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player of the Week and Alex Santos of Worcester State is the Rookie of the Week.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 2/22Jaleel Bell of Fitchburg State and Alex Santos of Worcester State are the final MASCAC Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week of the regular season.
Men's Basketball Weekly Report 2/15Marcus Faison of Salem State and Alex Santos of Worcester State are the MASCAC Men's Basketball Player and Rookie of the Week winners.
SA Spotlight
Annie Woolley Fitchburg State Volleyball Track and FieldOver the last four years at Fitchburg State, Annie Woolley has been a standout student-athlete on the Falcons' indoor and outdoor track and field teams. This year, she was able to go back to her high school days and add one more sport to her repertoire. 
Noah Cirisoli Westfield State FootballWhen Noah Cirisoli was deciding on where to attend college, he took many things into account. Close to home, academics and most importantly, where he can continue playing the sport he loves, football. Little did he know that being a member of the Westfield State football team would help him form a bond that goes well beyond the field.
Kaylene Murphy Mass. Maritime Women's Cross Country SoftballEvery Saturday during the fall women's cross country season, Massachusetts Maritime's Kaylene Murphy toes the line at the start of each race. In 2016, Murphy and her older brother fulfilled a dream and ran a different kind of race.
Stephanie McFadries Worcester State Track and FieldFor most college student-athletes, the student and athlete part of their college life is enough to keep them busy on campus. Stephanie McFadries of the Worcester State women's track and field team finds a way to balance five different roles on campus.
Meaghan Brain Massachusetts Maritime Volleyball Outdoor Track and FieldWhen a family discusses going on a cruise for a vacation, there are visions of white sandy beaches, swimming with dolphins and other fun activities. For Meaghan Brain, Massachusetts Maritime student-athlete, the cruise she went with her dad was part of her college academic experience.
Joshua Higgins Bridgewater State Cross Country Track and FieldThe mission of Division III is the provide an atmosphere of success for both the classroom and the field of play for all student-athletes. For Joshua Higgins of Bridgewater State, that was a major reason he chose the school to continue his education after high school.
Ashley Clawson MCLA Women's BasketballAs a women's basketball player at MCLA, it is no surprise that Ashley Clawson looks up to legendary Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski. Now in her final year with the Trailblazers, Clawson hopes to take some of Coach K's legendary wisdom with her into life after college and a possible future career.
Kirsy Segarra Westfield State Women's BasketballWestfield State is known throughout Massachusetts for its criminal justice program. For Kirsy Segarra criminal justice and playing basketball were her main draws to the Western Massachusetts campus.
Vaughn Guetens Framingham State Men's Ice HockeyAs a college student, there are many balls in the air that you juggle such as class schedules, homework and extra-curricular activities. For Vaughn Guetens of Framingham State, it has been the art of juggling class, practice and work that has given him a lot of experience for his future.
Brittany Cullinane Bridgewater State Field HockeyPassion is defined as "a strong feeling of enthusiasm or excitement for something or about doing something". When Bridgewater State's Brittany Cullinane talks about her DIII experience, it was one that helped her realize what her passions really are.
Cody Baglow Westfield State Men's SoccerWhen you grow up in a big family, there is a sense of closeness, love and support that is felt throughout it. For Cody Baglow of Westfield State men's soccer, those same feelings are ones he has experience during his collegiate athletic experience.
Alycia Rackliffe Framingham State VolleyballBeing a student-athlete for not one but two sports takes a lot of training, patience and focus. For Alycia Rackliffe, Framingham State volleyball and basketball student-athlete, she had the chance to use all her experience as a student-athlete to do some training of her own.
Justine Murdocca Worcester State Cross CountryThe relationship between a coach and an athlete is extremely special. The level of trust, communication and influence can help shape an athlete not only in their sport, but life overall. Justine Murdocca of Worcester State knows her cross country coach has given her skills she will use long after college.
Michael Martin Fitchburg State Cross CountryMany people think that all student-athletes have time for is class and their sport. For Michael Martin of Fitchburg State cross country, his extra-curricular activities have also been a major part of his collegiate life.
Emma Ethier Massachusetts Maritime VolleyballThere are over 2,000 colleges and universities to choose from in the United States. Whether you want to attend for academics, athletics or a combination, there is a place for everyone. When it came time for Emma Ethier of Massachusetts Maritime to decide where to get her college degree, she chose the school 40 miles down 495.
Alex Rozak Massachusetts Maritime BaseballEvery year there is a "Take Your Child to Work Day" that gives parents a chance to educate their kids on what they do for a living and enjoy being together in the workplace. In the case of Alex Rozak of Massachusetts Maritime, every day he gets the chance to be with his father who works at the prestigious academy.
Mallory Fredericks Framingham State Women's LacrosseFramingham State's Mallory Fredericks has done more in her 20 years than most can say they have in an entire lifetime. She has moved eight times and attended 12 different schools. She made the US National Luge team when she was 10. She volunteers with Stand Alone Marines project and Alzheimer's Association. If you ask her though, there is still so much more she has planned.
Richard Fecteau Salem State BaseballTo say baseball runs in his veins is an understatement. His older brother played while his father coached thus instilling a love of the game in Salem State's Richard Fecteau that stills lives on the diamond with him now.
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Hitting

Batting Average
Ryan Feeney .419
Anthony Crowley .395
Jared Ferrari .385
Connor Kennedy .383
Jake Ryan .360
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Runs Batted In
Anthony Crowley 40
Jordan Pallazola 38
Adam Barry 36
Emmanuel Powers 34
Joe White 33
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Home Runs
Anthony Crowley 7
Jordan Pallazola 7
Emmanuel Powers 5
Mike Ferrara 4
Alex Lafayette 4
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Stolen Bases
Kyle Lippert 22
Aaron Williams 19
Nathan Littman 18
Matthew Brockett 11
Emmanuel Powers 10
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Pitching

Earned Run Average
Brian Kwedor 1.80
Matt Nunes 2.02
Kevin Connelly 2.35
Nate Marshall 3.05
Kyle Sullivan 3.06
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Wins
Kevin Connelly 7
Tyler Smith 6
Richie Sharp 6
Kyle Sullivan 6
Matt Nunes 6
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Strikeouts
Kyle Hodgson 70
Luke Brennan 67
Kevin Connelly 63
Daniel Avery 53
Tyler Barrie 51
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Tim Woods 4
Michael Raymond 3
Kyle Baker 3
Christopher Riga 3
Jackson Simone 2
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  • Men's Basketball Holds Off RIC, 81-75
    November 21, 2017
    BRIDGEWATER, Mass. ? Five players scored in double figures as the Bridgewater State University men?s basketball team posted an 81-75 victory over non-conference rival Rhode Island College on Tuesday night at the Tinsley Center.
  • Women's Basketball Falls to RIC, 66-55
    November 21, 2017
    BRIDGEWATER, Mass. ? Senior guard Jessa Rubera (Newton, Mass.) scored 19 points including five three-pointers to lead the visiting Rhode Island College women?s basketball team to a 66-55 come-from-behind win over Bridgewater State University on Tuesday evening at the Tinsley Center.
  • Men's Swimming & Diving Rolls to 168-41 Win over Gordon
    November 18, 2017
    BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- The Bridgewater State University men's swimming & diving team breezed to a 168-41 victory over visiting Gordon College on Saturday afternoon at the Dr. Mary Jo Moriarty Pool.
  • Haley Nolan Sets 50 Backstroke Mark in 109-78 Win over Gordon
    November 18, 2017
    BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Bridgewater State University junior Haley Nolan (Lowell, Mass.) set the school record in the 50 backstroke to highlight the BSU women's swimming & diving team's 109-78 victory over Gordon College on Saturday afternoon at the Dr. Mary Jo Moriarty Pool.
  • Men's Basketball Falls to SUNY Potsdam in North Country Invitational Championship Game
    November 18, 2017
    POTSDAM, N.Y. ? Junior guard Nosa Onabor (Brooklyn, N.Y.) posted a double-double with 26 points and 12 rebounds to lead the SUNY Potsdam men?s basketball team to an 85-78 victory over visiting Bridgewater State University in the championship game of the 2017 North Country Classic.
  • Oberlander Leads Wrestling at Doug Parker Invitational
    November 18, 2017
    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. ? Sophomore Henry Oberlander (Mansfield, Mass.) placed third competing out of the 184-pound weight class to lead the Bridgewater State University wrestling team at the Doug Park Invitational hosted by Springfield College on Saturday.
  • Cave Classic Tip-Off Tournament
    November 18, 2017
    BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- The Bridgewater State University women's basketball team is hosting the Cave Classic Tip-Off Tournament on Friday, November 17th and Saturday, November 18th at the Tinsley Center.
  • Women's Basketball Falls to Colby-Sawyer in Cave Classic Title Game, 67-50
    November 18, 2017
    BRIDGEWATER, Mass. ? Sophomore forward Tianna Sugars (Oxford, Maine) earned Most Valuable Player honors to lead the Colby-Sawyer College women's basketball team to a 67-50 victory over host Bridgewater State University in the championship game of the 2017 Cave Classic Tip-Off Tournament on Saturday afternoon at the Tinsley Center.
  • Women's Basketball Advances to Cave Classic Championship Game
    November 17, 2017
    BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Freshman forward Destiny Fitzgerald (Medford, Mass.) tallied 13 points and seven rebounds in her collegiate debut to lead the Bridgewater State University women's basketball team to a 52-50 victory over Endicott College in the semifinal round of The Cave Classic on Friday evening at the Tinsley Center.
  • Men's Basketball Advances to North Country Invitational Title Game
    November 17, 2017
    POTSDAM, N.Y. ? The Bridgewater State University men?s basketball team erased a 12-point second half deficit as the Bears edged Clarkson University, 66-63, in the semifinal round of the North Country Invitational at SUNY Potsdam?s Maxcy Hall.

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