Seniors Stephanie Helin (Manchester, Conn./East Catholic), Riane Hunt (Millis, Mass./Millis) and Sammy Millmann (Northport, N.Y./Northport) will serve as captains of the Bentley University women’s soccer team for the upcoming 2019 season.
With a roster that includes five seniors and three juniors, the Bentley University women’s volleyball team was ranked eighth in the preseason Northeast-10 Conference coaches’ poll, which was released by the NE10 Tuesday.
For the third straight year, Bentley University’s Stephanie Mattson (Smithfield, R.I./Smithfield HS) has earned USTFCCCA All-Academic honors from the United States Track and Field & Cross Country Coaches Association. Mattson is a recent Summa Cum Laude graduate and a 2019 Google Cloud Academic All-America.
The Bentley University Falcons are tied for fourth in the Northeast-10 Conference Football Preseason Coaches’ Poll, which was announced by the conference Wednesday.
The Falcons, coming off a 4-6 season, were even with Southern Connecticut State in the middle of the nine-team conference, both with 40 points.
Former Bentley University defensive end Paul Norris (North Attleboro), a 2015 CoSIDA Division II Academic All-America®, has been selected to attend the 2019 National Football Foundation Campbell Trophy® Summit, sponsored by Intuit, at Stanford University. The third annual event will be held August 14-17.
Bentley University women’s basketball coach Barbara Stevens has bolstered her roster for the coming season with the addition of sophomore guard Kari Brekke (Appleton, Wisc./ Appleton North HS), the 2018-19 America East Rookie of the Year while playing for the University of New Hampshire.
Four student-athletes from the Bentley University hockey team were named Division I All-American Scholars by the American Hockey Coaches Association; recent graduates Tanner Jago (Brandon, Manitoba) and Jake Bryniarksi (Rochester, N.Y.) and rising seniors Jake Kauppila (Gurnee, Ill.) and Brett Orr (Elkhorn, Manitoba).
The Bentley University women’s volleyball team is one of 141 Division II programs from across the country that earned an AVCA Team Academic Award for the 2018-19 academic year. It’s the sixth straight year that the Falcons have been recognized by the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
"Opportunity and Happiness"
Max Troiani had an internship waiting for him, but instead chose to pursue his passion and the unique experience that is the Cape Cod Baseball League.
His inspiration comes from his family and support staff close to him, while having the great motivation of success, Troiani has flourished in Orleans.
Watch it all as Orleans reporter Scotty Gange sat down with him and shared a meal at The Knack in Orleans!
The Bentley University baseball team earned a Team Academic Excellence Award from the American Baseball Coaches Association for its performance in the classroom during the 2018-19 academic year. It's the fourth straight year that coach Bob DeFelice’s Falcons have been honored.
The Bentley University women’s lacrosse team earned Academic Honor Squad status for the 2018-19 year from the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association. Recent graduate Jillian Keegan was named to the Division II IWLCA Academic Honor Roll for the second straight season.
The Bentley women’s tennis team earned ITA All-Academic team status for the 2018-19 season, while recent graduate Hannah Fabianski (Pawcatuck, Conn./Stonington) rising junior Evann Welty (Wayzata, Minn./Mount Westonka) were ITA Scholar-Athletes for the year.
Bentley University rising senior Max Troiani (Pittsford, N.Y./Pittsford Mendon HS) has been selected as an All-Star in the Cape Cod Baseball League. He was one of only two Division II players to receive the honor.
Recent Bentley University graduate Kate Kaduboski (Dedham/Dedham HS) has been named a first-team Scholar All-America by the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America (CSCAA). It’s the second straight year she’s received the honor. Also recognized by the CSCAA, as an honorable mention Scholar All-America, was another recent graduate and 2018-19 co-captain, Frank Elenio (Ridgefield, N.J./Bergen County Academies).
Three members of the Bentley University men’s basketball team, including All-America and recent graduate Ryan Richmond (Toronto, Ont./Thomson Collegiate), were named to the NABC Honors Court by the National Association of Basketball Coaches for amassing a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher through the 2018-19 academic year.
The Eagle Tribune's Kyle Gaudette recently caught up with Bentley right-hander Evan Christopulos to discuss his sophomore season at Bentley and his strong performance in the Future's League. This article appeared in the July 7 edition of the paper and online at www.eagletribune.com.
Bentley hockey has revealed its home schedule for the 2019-20 season, with 18 games set to be played at Bentley Arena. The home opener will be against UNH on Oct. 18. Season tickets are on sale now through August 30th.
Bentley outfielder and rising senior Max Troiani, a standout on the field and in the classroom for the Falcons, was featured in the Cape Cod Times following a strong start to the season with the Orleans Firebirds of the Cape Cod Baseball League. This appeared in the June 27 edition of the Times and online at www.capecodtimes.com.
With All-America and Academic All-America Ryan Richmond (Toronto, Ont./Thomson Collegiate) setting the pace, the Bentley University men’s basketball team led all NCAA divisions in free throw percentage during the 2018-19 season.
Following a standout career on the track and in the classroom, recent Bentley University graduate Stephanie Mattson (Smithfield, R.I./Smithfield HS) has earned one of college athletics’ premier honors with selection by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) to the 2019 Google Cloud NCAA Division II Academic All-America Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country second team.
Five Bentley University teams have received 2018-19 Team Academic Excellence Awards from the Northeast-10 Conference, an award presented to the program in each of the conference’s varsity sports that achieved the highest grade point average during the year.