12 - Mike Quinn
Mike Quinn
Height: 6-1
Weight: 185
Year: Gr
Hometown: Oakdale, Conn.
High School: Montville/St. Thomas More
Position: G

A six-foot-one graduate student who started at guard in every Bentley game from 2007-11, helping the Falcons to a four-year record of 110-23 ... led team in minutes each of the last three seasons ... finished career number one in Bentley history in games started (133) and minutes played (4,299) ... also number two in games played (133), third in steals (190) and average minutes per game (32.3), fifth in three-pointers (235) and eighth in steals per game (1.4) ... became 48th player in program history to reach 1,000 points and finished career with 1,062, 38th all-time ... was generally ranked among the conference’s top assist-to-turnover leaders ... better than a 2-1 assist-turnover ratio for his career. 

2010-11 Season: Gave the Falcons 8.7 points, 5.1 rebounds, 2.8 assists and 1.8 steals a game during his final collegiate season ... scoring average, rebound average and steals average were all career-bests ... led team in minutes (1,040), three-pointers (56), steals (57) and assists (89), and was also second in rebounds and third in scoring ... earned Academic All-Northeast-10 honors for the fourth straight year ... was eighth in the NE-10 in steals ... scored his 1,000th career point Feb. 19 vs. Franklin Pierce ... in that same game, became first player in the program’s history to reach 4,000 career minutes ... scored in doubles 13 times, including the season’s first five games ... had a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds Jan. 8 at Southern Connecticut ... also claimed 10 boards three days later against AIC ... season-best 16 points twice, Nov. 20 at Post and Feb. 19 at Franklin Pierce ... Bentley was 14-4 when he had multiple three-pointers ... seven steals against Stonehill Dec. 8 was a career best. 

2009-10 Season: Averaged 8.2 points, 3.3 assists and 3.5 rebounds while playing 33.4 minutes a game ... produced 7.6 points, 3.4 rebounds and 3.6 assists a game in the NCAA tournament ... in the regional, averaged 8.7 points, 5.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists with a .471 field goal percentage ... in the regional semis against Merrimack Mar. 14, set season-highs in FTA (8) and rebounds (8) ... 18 points against Southern New Hampshire Feb. 13 matched his career-best ... averaged 14.3 points and made 10 of 20 three-pointers from Nov. 24-Dec. 2 ...  averaged 8.8 points over  the last 14 games and made 26 threes over that stretch ... led team in minutes played and started every game for the third straight season ... 1102 minutes was sixth most in Bentley history ... played at least 30 minutes in the last 18 games and all but four games over the course of the season ... 16 10-point games ... earned Northeast-10 All-Academic honors for the third consecutive year.  

2008-09 Season: Averaged 7.6 points, 3.2 rebounds, 3.1 assists and 1.4 steals in a team-high 32.9 minutes a game ... started every game for the second straight season ... led the Northeast-10 in assist-turnover ratio (1.92) ... was also 10th in minutes and 12th in assists (3.1) ... had some hot stretches from three, making 11 of  23 from Nov. 15-30, 15 of 28 from Jan. 10-31 and 9 of 21 in the postseason ... made 27 of 30 free throws from Dec. 20 through the end of the season ... in four postseason games, averaged 9.8 points ... notched his 500th career point Mar. 15 vs. Merrimack and buried his 100th career three Jan. 20 vs. Southern Connecticut ... scored in doubles ten times, with a high of 17 twice (Nov. 7 vs. Minnesota State, Nov. 30 at UMass-Lowell) ... made at least one three in 28 of 33 games, and had 13 games with at least two, with Bentley 11-2 in those games ... grabbed 10 rebounds, all at the defensive end, Jan. 6 ... Bentley was 6-1 when he had five or more assists ... played 30 minutes or more without a turnover five times ... named to Academic All-Northeast-10 team for the second straight year. 

2007-08 Season: Started every game and was second on the team in minutes, averaging 30.6 ... buried a team-high 70 three-pointers en route to scoring 7.6 ppg ... was third on team in steals (37) and fourth in assists (69) ... ranked 15th in the Northeast-10 in three-pointers per game ... was the NE-10 Freshman of the Week following the NCAA Regional, during which he averaged 10.3 points and made 7 of 15 three-pointers ... in eight postseason games, shot .425 from three and scored 9.0 ppg ... shot .788 from the line, including 13 of 14 in games played away from home ... his three highest scoring games of the season came in the postseason, with 18 in the NCAA Regional final against Assumption Mar. 18, 13 vs. North Alabama in the Elite Eight eight days later, and 13  in the NE-10 semifinals against Stonehill Mar. 6 ...  made at least one three in 32 games, and had multiple triples 26 times, with a high of four twice. 

2006-07 Season: Missed the season after suffering a preseason knee injury. 

Before Bentley: A 2005 graduate of Montville High School who prepped during the 2005-06 academic year at the St. Thomas More School, along with former teammate John Brandt ... played for his father, Jere, at St. Thomas More ... as a post-grad, averaged 13 points and six assists while helping STM to Class A regular season championship ... was a two-year captain at Montville, which reached the quarterfinals of the state tournament in 2004 ... produced 20 points and seven assists a game as a senior ... earned All-ECC honors in 2003 and 2004, All-State honors as a junior and the team MVP award in 2004 ... missed senior year due to a knee injury. 

Personal: Majored in finance as an undergrad and is now pursuing his masters in finance ... age as of Nov. 15, 2010: 23 ... son of Jere and Judy Quinn ... has three siblings: Matt (29), Colleen (27) and Caitlin (20) ... Matt and Colleen played basketball at Bucknell and Southern New Hampshire, respectively ... Caitlin is a junior basketball player at St. Michael’s ... father was an outstanding player at Central Connecticut State, and his coach at St. Thomas More ... has been involved in Bentley’s SAAC ... member of National Honor Society.

2010-11 Statistics                 2009-10 Statistics

2008-09 Statistics                 Career Statistics

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