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Bentley University Falcons
146 Northeast-10 Championships
80 CoSIDA Academic All-Americas
2014 NCAA Div. II Women's Basketball National Champs
2001 NCAA Div. II Field Hockey National Champs
Women's Basketball: NCAA Record 35 NCAA tournaments
1 Logan Gillis
1 - Logan Gillis
Height: 5-8
Weight: 175
Year: Jr.
Hometown: Merrimack, N.H.
High School: Lawrence Academy
Position: INF
Bats/Throws: R/R

Junior infielder from Merrimack, N.H. ... bats right and throws right ... transferred from Northeastern University before last season … was an all-star and the leading hitter in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League (.376) for the league champion Nashua Silver Knights last summer ... 2011: earned second-team All-Northeast-10 honors after a season in which he led the Falcons in hitting (.313), hits (56), doubles (14) and assists (120) … was in the lineup for every game with 25 starts at second, 15 at short, three  as the DH and one at third … 17 multi-hit games included four with three … batted .425 during a nine-game hitting streak Mar. 15-30 … included were six straight two-hit games … reached base in 17 consecutive games from Mar. 4-Apr. 3 … drove in three runs Apr. 7 at Stonehill and a week later at Saint Anselm … Northeast-10 Weekly Honor Roll twice … 2010 (at Northeastern): started 32 games and played in a total of 36 for the Huskies ... hit .250 with his 30 hits including 10 doubles and a home run ... 19 RBI and 12 runs scored ... connected at a .283 clip with runners on base ... home run came against Boston College May 5 ... was 4-4 against Valparaiso March 6 ... Personal: 2009 graduate of Lawrence Academy where he earned 13 varsity letters (five baseball, four hockey, four football) ... three-year captain and two-time MVP of the baseball team ... two-time All-ISL selection ... was also the captain of the football team as a senior ... Lawrence Academy’s Best Male Athlete in 2009 ... is majoring in marketing ... age as of Feb. 1: 21.

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