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Ford Selected for 2016 D2CCA All-America Football Team Bentley University senior punter Tyler Ford (Amherst, N.H./Souhegan HS) has been chosen for the NCAA Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association All-America first team by the nation’s sports information directors. Full Story
Ford Selected D2CCA 1st-Team All-Super Region 1 Record-setting Bentley University senior punter Tyler Ford (Amherst, N.H./ Souhegan HS) has been selected for the 2016 Division II Conference Commissioner’s Association All-Super Region 1 first team by the region’s sports information directors. Ford is Bentley’s first first-team honoree since 2009 and its first two-time All-Region honoree since long-time NFL offensive lineman Mackenzy Bernadeau (2006-07). Full Story
NE10 Launches Bold New Vision for its Future Today, the Northeast-10 Conference, in conjunction with leading brand development firm SME, revealed an innovative new vision for its future with the launch of a comprehensive new brand platform and accompanying brand campaign. Additionally, the Conference unveiled a new identity system, focused on refreshing the existing logo and moniker. Full Story
Hardy & McDonald Selected to CoSIDA Academic All-America® Football Team One of the highest accolades a student-athlete can receive is selection to the Academic All-America team by the College Sports Information Directors of America®. Two Bentley University football captains, senior linebacker Bryan Hardy (Barnstable/ Barnstable HS) and senior defensive back Sam McDonald (Norfolk/King Philip Reg. HS), received that prestigious honor Wednesday when they were selected to the 2016 CoSIDA Division II Academic All-America football team. It was the first time in program history that Bentley has had two players selected in the same season. Full Story
Hardy & Ford Named to NEFW Division II-III All-New England Team Bentley University seniors Bryan Hardy (Barnstable/Barnstable HS) and Tyler Ford (Amherst, N.H./Souhegan HS) have been selected to the Division II-III All-New England team by the New England Football Writers. Full Story
November 17, 2016 Bentley Placed 4 on All-Northeast-10 Team, including 3 1st-Team Selections The Bentley University Falcons placed three student-athletes on the 2016 All-Northeast-10 Conference football first team with senior left tackle Eric Beckwith (North Attleboro/ North Attleboro HS), linebacker Bryan Hardy (Barnstable/Barnstable HS) and punter Tyler Ford (Amherst, N.H./Souhegan HS) receiving the honor.
November 12, 2016 Stonehill Avenges Earlier Loss, Rolls to 38-21 win over Bentley Sophomore quarterback James Lam (Quincy) threw three TD passes and ran for another, and freshman Matthew Haite (Kingston) booted three field goals, as Stonehill College rolled to a 38-21 win over Bentley University in college football action Saturday afternoon at Bentley.
November 11, 2016 Quartet Named Bentley Football Captains for 2016 Season Offensive linemen Matt Biscardi (Holbrook, N.Y./St. Anthony’s HS), punter Tyler Ford (Amherst, N.H./Souhegan HS), linebacker Bryan Hardy (Barnstable/Barnstable HS) and safety Sam McDonald (Norfolk/King Philip Reg. HS) have been named captains of the 2016 Bentley University football team, head coach Bill Kavanaugh announced today.
November 9, 2016 Bentley Hosts Stonehill Saturday, Looking to Complete Season on Winning Note Three weeks after posting a 27-7 win over Stonehill College, the Bentley University Falcons will square off against the Skyhawks again this Saturday at home, looking to complete the season on a winning note and on the positive side of .500.
November 9, 2016 Coach Kavanaugh's comments from this week's New England Football Writers Luncheon Comments from Coach Kavanaugh at the Nov. 9 New England Football Writers Luncheon. He spoke about last week's game and Saturday's rematch with Stonehill
November 5, 2016 Turnovers Costly as Bentley Falls to New Haven, 17-7 The Bentley University defense overcame a Falcon fumble at their own 16 in the first half. They couldn’t do the same in the third quarter and went on to drop a 17-7 decision to the University of New Haven in Northeast-10 Conference football Saturday afternoon at DellaCamera Stadium.
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