A three-time all-New England Small College Athletic Conference first-team selection at back-to-back champion Trinity, the senior outside linebacker (43 tackles) was part of a defensive unit that yielded 9.8 points per game. He was named to the Division 2-3 All-New England team.
A junior captain at Roger Williams, the 6-foot-2-inch guard averaged a team-leading 22.4 points per game in the team’s 5-0 start, punctuated by a 33-point effort on 11-of-13 shooting in a 72-70 win over Wheaton.
The Plattsburgh State junior forward was the tourney MVP of the Great Northern Shootout at Middlebury College with two goals and four assists in wins over Norwich and Lawrence University. He has a team-leading 13 points in a 4-4 start.
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