BearSportsNews Sunday Edition 11/30/2014

Here’s this week’s news about Bears at all levels

  • Current Bears

    • Varsity Soccer

    • Varsity Hoops

    • Varsity Hockey

    • Nice picture of the 2015 lax commits

  • Alumni news about

» Football

Terrence Fullum’s Spiders moved onto the next NCAA round with a convincing win.

Vincent Kindfuller’s heretofore undefeated MIT met its match in the Div. III NCAA championships.

   » Hoops

Darion, Joe and Chris (another award) all have good weeks; Danny did not play

   » Hockey—

Sam gets some press

Max has a viral video that WordPress cannot technically accept.


Varsity Soccer

The Montgomery Gazette awarded Zach Cooper All County Honorable Mention


Varsity Basketball

Their first game is at Potomac on Tuesday @ 7:15pm. This is the start of the Coach Perkins era.

Varsity Hockey 

Prep on Tuesday at Rockville Ice Arena (last time Bears won 7-2) @4:15pm. Coach Farnstrom is back as the head coach.

Varsity Lacrosse


Great picture of the 2015 commits (so far) to college lacrosse teams with their gear and school flags.



Alumni News

  Alumni College Football

Terrence Fullum’s Spiders beat Morgan State in the 1st round of the NCAA 46-24; this Bear played. Next week Richmond plays Coastal Carolina

Vincent Kindfuller’s MIT team’s undefeated journey came to an end against the Wesley Wolves 0-59 in the 1st round of the Div. III NCAA tournament.

Pictured with his Mom and Dad post-game












Oh by the way, only the MIT players could read this equation and play football at the same time:

“MIT is #cos(2pi)”

[credit to a Harvard ESPN College Gameday sign]

Bear Hoops Trax

Danny Rubin, Hapoel Kazrin lost to Netanya without Danny.

Darion Atkins, UVA basketball, beat Tennessee State 79-36 played 12 minutes and Darion had 4 points, 3 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block and 1 steal. In a televised game UVa beat LaSalle 64-56 and the Bear had 28 minutes, 6 points, 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 2 blocks and 3 steals. Against Rutgers UVa had a 45-26 victory to remain undefeated and # 8. Darion played 22 minutes, 3 points, 7 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 block and 2 steals

Joe McDonald, GWU basketball beat Longwood 91-66. Joe’s 31 minutes led to 12 points, 10 rebounds (team leading) and 7 assists. Against undefeated Seton Hall, the Colonials lost a tough away game, 54-58. Joe Mac started, played 28 minutes, scored 6 points, pulled down 4 rebounds, had 4 assists and had 1 steal.

The Colonials PR department issued a Thanksgiving video and the Bear was the first and featured spokesperson–

Today is #22’s 21st birthday.


Chris Hudnut, Colby basketball, won 103-68 over Thomas College; Chris was 6 for 6 from the field and had 15 points then lost to Eastern Nazareth 68-47 in the UMass- Boston. Chris had 38 minutes, 23 points and 13 rebounds. In the tournament consolation the Mules beat St. Joseph’s College 86-66 with this Bear’s 13 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists. This Bear made the UMass-Boston All Tournament Team.

NESCAC hoops co-player of  of the Week

chChris Hudnut
Colby College
Junior • Forward • Chevy Chase, Md.

Hudnut was the MVP of the Colby Classic after averaging 20.5 points, 16.0 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.0 blocks in wins against Daniel Webster and Endicott. In the title game against Endicott, Hudnut had 10 points and 12 rebounds in the second half to turn a two-point halftime lead into an 80-69 victory. He had 15 defensive rebounds among his 18 boards against Endicott and dished five assists while often being double teamed. Hudnut piled up 24 points and 15 rebounds, including six offensive boards, against Daniel Webster.

Bear Ice Trax

Sam Anas, Quinnipiac, lost to UMass 2-3. Sam started. In a rematch the Bobcats won 3-1 with Sam’s starting and scoring a PP goal with an assist to the aptly named Landon Smith of Colorado.

From the QU press release “Sam Anas was featured in’s “Top Plays of the Week” for the second time in his career. The NCAA chose Anas’ game-tying goal against St. Lawrence as the fifth-best play in college hockey last weekend. Anas posted his NCAA and ECAC Hockey leading third two-goal game against St. Lawrence, scoring the game-tying goal midway through the third period before scoring the game winning with just over two minutes to play in overtime. Anas currently leads ECAC Hockey in goals (9), points (17), game-winning goals (3). Sophomore Sam Anas currently leads all NCAA Division I players in power play goals (5). Anas enters the weekend with nine goals and eight assists for 17 points in 12 games played, good for fourth nationally in total points”.

Jake Sofer, RPI, beat UNH 2-1. A double-header against Michigan started with a 2-3 loss and then on Saturday, the Engineers lost 0-6 in Ann Arbor.

Max Greenwald, Middlebury, lost to Concordia of MN 3-4; Max started and had an assist. Against Plattsburgh State, the Panthers lost 4-2 and he was out for the 1st faceoff and had 2 assists.

Film from a recent Middlebury game in which Max hit an opponent into the other team’s bench (rumor has it that the hitter thought that the “hittee” went to Prep). If you would like to see, send me an email and I’ll forward it to you.

Mike Anderson, Princeton Hockey Club is off until January.

Matt Coster at Cornell, have not received access to the team’s website.





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