The senior star wide receiver caught five passes for 142 yards and a touchdown during Saturday's homecoming game against Kean University. Burris was awarded the Thomas "Butchie" Williams '75 Homecoming game MVP award.
The freshman from New York, N.Y. won the individual championship at Saturday's Mitchell College Invitational, blazing through the 5K layout in just 21:50.8. Jacobs finish was Dean's first individual victory in program history.
The senior wide receiver from Rock Hill, S.C., pulled in nine catches for 158 yards in Saturday's defeat at Western Connecticut State. Burris was named ECFC Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts. He currently leads the squad with 13 catches and 217 yards receiving.
The sophomore striker from Fogo, Cape Verde powered the Bulldogs to a victory over Curry College on Sunday with two goals in the 4-0 triumph. Correia leads the Bulldogs with three goals and six points for the season.
The senior star from Vega Alta, Puerto Rico is off to a hot start for the Bulldogs, leading the team in kills, kills per set, and service aces per set, while also placing second on the squad in digs and assists.
The senior attackman from Cheshire, Conn. exploded in Dean's final conference game, scoring five goals and six assists to the lead the Bulldogs to an 18-11 win over Mitchell and clinch a berth in the NECC/NAC postseason tournament.
Butler scored five runs and drove in another six last week, helping to guide the Bulldogs to two crucial victories over Regis and Newbury. The junior from Ritchfield Springs, N.Y., is batting .308 on the year with three home runs and 12 RBI's.
The sophomore hurler from Fairhaven, Mass. tossed a three-hit complete game on Saturday as the Bulldogs powered past conference foe Lesley for a 6-3 victory. Dean is now 5-1 in the New England Collegiate Conference (NECC) and is tied for first place.
Nelson led the Bulldogs from the plate and the mound last week, pitching five strong innings in a 10-1 win over Mass. Maritime on Tuesday and adding two home runs and four hits in Thursday's doubleheader with Norwich.
Piccolo powered the Bulldogs to two victories last week, scoring five goals and one assist in Wednesday's win over Maine Maritime and six goals and two assists in Saturday's NECC win over Becker College.
The freshman two-sport star from Cambridge, N.Y. excelled over spring break, batting .316 in 19 at-bats over eight games. Seacord recorded two doubles, two RBI's and stole seven bases over the span of the week.
The sophomore catcher from Stratford, Conn. slugged the Bulldogs to two victories last week, batting in four runs on three hits in a 5-3 win over Albertus Magnus, and adding an RBI and three runs scored in Sundays 17-14 duel over CCNY.
The stellar sophomore from Hartford, Conn. started her second season with a flourish, scoring four goals on 10 shots in a non-conference matchup with Nichols College. Wilks leads the Bulldogs with five goals and 14 shots on the season.
Freshman attackman Louis Piccolo (Foxboro, Mass.) scored six goals and added an assist in his first collegiate game, guiding the Bulldogs to a 19-5 victory over Northern Vermont- Johnson on Friday in Dean's opening contest of 2019.
Booker earned his fourth NECC Player of the Week award, as Dean won both games last week to gain control of the second spot in the conference standings. The junior from Waterbury, Conn., averaged 23.0 points, 9.5 assists, 5.0 rebounds and 3.5 steals in victories over Becker and Elms.
Rudder posted two double-double's last week in hard fought NECC contests. On Thursday against Becker, the star forward finished with 18 points and 10 rebounds. She followed that effort with another dominant showing, scoring 21 points while collecting 16 boards in a tight loss to Elms.