23 Brian Tracey
23 Brian Tracey
Height: 6-5
Weight: 215
Year: Sr
Hometown: Bow Mar, Colo.
High School: Heritage/Kimball Union Acad.
Position: F

A six-foot-five forward who earned first team All-Northeast-10 and Division II All-East honors as a senior ... Bentley’s 2010-11 Outstanding Male Senior Athlete ... finished career as the tenth leading scorer in Bentley history with 1,547 points ... became only the fourth player in program history to have both 1,500 points and 800 rebounds, joining J.D. Asselta, Al Grenfell and Todd Orlando in the exclusive club ... scoring average improved each season ... 131 career games ranks fourth in school history, and he’s also number six in defensive rebounds (573), 11th in rebounds (830) and 13th in three-pointers (150) ... first player since Lamar Reddicks (1998-2000) to lead the team in rebounds three straight years, and first since J.D. Asselta (1995-96) to average at least eight rpg in consecutive seasons. 

2010-11 Season:  Unanimous choice for first-team All-Northeast-10 and a consensus Division II All-East Region honoree after leading Falcons to conference regular season championship, the top seed in the NCAA Division II East Regional and a fifth consecutive Sweet 16 berth ... Bentley’s Outstanding Male Senior Athlete ... led team in scoring (17.2 ppg), rebounds (8.0 per game), field goals made and attempted (190-399), field goal percentage (.476), three-point percentage (.397) and free throws made and attempted (104-133) ... averaged 17.5 points and 9.5 rebounds in six postseason games, including 18.3 ppg and 9.7 rpg in the NCAA Regional ... season included seven double-doubles, 26 games with 10+ points and 11 20-point games ... Bentley was 16-3 when he had at least eight rebounds ... closed his career with 27 points (tying career high) and a season-high 13 rebounds against Bloomfield Mar. 15 in the NCAA East Regional ... previously scored 27 Jan. 11 in a 2-OT win over American International ... scored 26 points on 11-12 shooting Jan. 29 vs. Pace ... only twice in the program history has a player had a higher field goal percentage with at least 10 FGM ... began January with four straight 20-point games ... earned All-Tournament honors following both the NCAA Regional and the Northeast-10 playoffs ... selected to participate in the NABC Reese’s Division II College All-Star Game ... named Northeast-10 Player of the Week Jan. 31 and made seven appearances in the NE-10 Weekly Honor Roll ... reached the 1,500 career point milestone Mar. 12 against C.W. Post in the opening round of the NCAA tournament ... in the NE-10, ranked seventh in scoring, 10th in three-point percentage and defensive rebounds, and 11th in rebounds. 

2009-10 Season: Earned second-team All-Northeast-10 honors after averaging 14.6 points and 8.8 rebounds ... in NCAA tourney, provided 18.4 points and 10.4 rebounds a game while shooting 59 percent overall and 63 percent from three ... shot 64 percent, both overall and from three, in the Elite Eight while averaging 18 points ... in the regional, averaged 18.7 points, 11 rebounds and 1.3 blocks with a .556 field goal percentage ... scored his 1,000th career point in his 100th career game, Mar. 25 in the national semifinals against eventual national champion Cal Poly Pomona ... was named to the East Regional All-Tournament Team ...  had 19 points and nine rebounds in the first half of Bentley’s regional championship game against Philadelphia, and finished with 22 points and 13 boards ... averaged 18.4 points and 9.4 rebounds in the last nine games, with five double-doubles ... 11 double-doubles was third best in the NE-10 ... during four games from Dec. 8-29, averaged 18.5 points and 10 rebounds ... opened the season with 21 points and 18 rebounds against Post ... that was the highest rebound total for a Bentley player since Rudy Hall had 18 against Stonehill in February 1997 ... also had 18 rebounds, along with 19 points, Dec. 18 at Franklin Pierce ... 24 points against Saint Rose on Jan. 6 was a season-best ... had back-to-back double-doubles with 21 points and 11 rebounds against UMass-Lowell Feb. 17 and 21 points and 10 boards against Franklin Pierce three days later ... in the final NE-10 statistics, was fourth in rebounds and defensive rebounds (6.1), sixth in free throw percentage (.842), 11th in offensive rebounds (2.7) and 17th in scoring (14.6) ... was 40th in Division II in rebounds and 55th in free throw percentage ... 202 defensive rebounds were the most by a Falcon since Charlie Wootton in 1976 ... 9+ rebounds in 15 of last 25 games ... 25 10-point games, and 20+ points eight times ... 10+ rebounds 12 times ... named to the Northeast-10 Weekly Honor Roll twice (Nov. 16, Dec. 21).  

2008-09 Season: Was the second highest scoring non-starter in the Northeast-10, averaging 12.7 points while playing just under 27 minutes a game ... was third on the team in scoring, and was the team-leader in rebounds (6.5), offensive rebounds (73), field goal percentage (.530), three-point accuracy (.425) and blocks (20) ... was only NE-10 player in top five of all three shooting accuracy categories, with no one else in top five of two ... led the NE-10 in three-point percentage, and was also fourth in free throw percentage and fifth in field goal percentage ... had back-to-back double-doubles in the first two rounds of the NCAA tournament, and averaged 16.3 points and 10 rebounds in the regional to earn All-Tournament honors ... averaged 14.7 points and 7.7 rebounds in the Disney Tip-Off Classic, where he made the first two starts of his college career ... in the season-opener against Minnesota State, established career bests with 26 points and 10 rebounds ... was named to the Disney Classic All-Tournament Team ... averaged 13 points and 6.8 rebounds in Bentley’s 26 wins, and 11.4 points and 5.3 rebounds in the seven losses ... scored in doubles 23 times, including seven in a row to end the season ... had a total of four double-doubles (Nov. 7 vs. Minnesota State, Nov. 30 vs. UMass-Lowell, Mar. 14 vs. Bridgeport, Mar. 15 vs. Merrimack) ... had 12 rebounds in each of the last three ... scored 500th career point in the Bridgeport game Mar. 14 ... made six appearances on the Northeast-10 Weekly Honor Roll. 

2007-08 Season: Came off the bench in 34 of the team’s 35 games as a freshman ... averaged 9.6 minutes, 3.3 points and 2.3 rebounds ... field goal percentage of .506 included 42 of 75 inside the three-point line ... his most productive game of the season came Dec. 1 at Assumption when he made eight of nine from the floor for 16 points (in just 14 minutes) ... 11 days earlier, had 10 points on 5-of-7 shooting at Southern Connecticut ... rebounding best of eight came Jan. 16 at Saint Anselm ... had eight points and five rebounds in the Northeast-10 championship game.  

Before Bentley: 2006 graduate of Heritage High School who prepped at New Hampshire’s Kimball Union Academy ... was a team captain for both teams ... helped Heritage to the Colorado state championship and a 27-1 record as a junior ... as a senior, led Heritage to a 17-10 record ... played in the All-Colorado game ... earned honorable mention All-State honors in Colorado, as well as All-Conference kudos ... on a 17-5 KUA team, had top scoring games of 42 points against Williston Northampton School and 38 vs. St. Andrew’s ... also played football at Heritage.  

Personal: Management major ... age as of Nov. 15, 2010: 23 ... son of Vincent and Michelle Tracey ... twin brother Matt played football and basketball at Bentley during the 2007-08 season and is now a football player at Bryant ... also has an older sister, Kelly (24) ... father played basketball at both Boston College and Tennessee ... uncle Mike Moseley played football at Utah ... uncle John Moseley was a wrestler at Alabama.

2010-11 Statistics                 2009-10 Statistics 

2008-09 Statistics                 Career Statistics