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Sean Bertanza '09 - Passes 1,000 Point Mark

Sean Bertanza '09 from Seymour, CT is a junior for the Lasell College Lasers.  In a recent game against Norwich University, Sean achieved a magnificent milestone.  He became just the 11th player in the history of the men's basketball program to score 1,000 career points.  The 6'2" guard needed just 9 points to reach the club, and he got there just a 1:05 into the second half.  He was able to sink 8 pts in the first half, and unquestionably sank a 3 pointer to give him 1,002 for his career. 

Sean leads the Lasers with 20.1 ppg and has managed to total 482 points in just 24 games this season.   As a sophomore in 2010-2011, he scored 470 points for a 19.6 ppg average.  Bertanza holds a Lasell single game record and an NCAA season high 55 points in overtime loss at St. Joseph's College.  Thus far, Sean's stats at Lasell in just two seasons reads: career 44% shooter from the floor and 33% from three point territory, shooting 70% from the line and has averaged 19.8 points per game.  Full story click here.   

From your Trinity-Pawling family, congrats and best of luck Sean!  

Posted by on Thursday February, 23, 2012 at 10:21AM


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