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      Breaking News - Dean College Men's Basketball Team Falls 92-79 in Their Final National Game

      03/20/2014

      The Dean College Men's Basketball team lost to St. Louis Community college 92-79 in the consolation round of the NJCAA National Tournament.  Visit www.njcaa.org for final results.

      VISITOR: St. Louis CC ( )
                                TOT-FG  3-PT           REBOUNDS 
      NO PLAYER               P FG FGA FG FGA FT FTA OFF DEF TOT PF TP  A TO BK  S MIN
       1 Conners, Cortez      *  8  14  1   5  4   4   2   2   4  1 21  3  2  0  3  15+
       2 Reed II, Randy       * 10  18  0   2  2   2   5   7  12  2 22  3  4  3  0  17+
       3 Hensel, Jake         *  2   8  0   0  8  10   1   6   7  0 12  5  3  0  4  17+
       4 Fulton, Jaylen       *  4   4  1   1  2   4   0   0   0  2 11  5  4  2  1  16+
      20 Evans, Tevin         *  2   5  1   3  1   2   0   2   2  3  6  0  0  0  0  13-
       5 Lampley, Marcus         3   5  0   0  4   8   2   3   5  2 10  1  1  0  1  12+
      11 Lahai-Punmagoi, Kuna    3   4  0   0  0   1   1   3   4  3  6  2  0  0  1  15+
      15 Dixon, Tim              0   0  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  0  0  0  0  0  0   3-
      52 King, James             1   1  0   0  2   2   1   1   2  1  4  0  0  0  0   8+
      TEAM REBOUNDS                                    0   0   0           0         
      Team Totals               33  59  3  11 23  33  12  24  36 14 92 19 14  5 10 118

      Total FG%  - 1st: 16/33  0.485  2nd:  17/26 0.654  Game:  0.559         Deadball
      3-PT FG%   - 1st:  2/7   0.286  2nd:   1/4  0.250  Game:  0.273         Rebounds
      Total FT%  - 1st: 11/14  0.786  2nd:  12/19 0.632  Game:  0.697           (5,4)

      HOME: Dean College ( )
                                TOT-FG  3-PT           REBOUNDS 
      NO PLAYER               P FG FGA FG FGA FT FTA OFF DEF TOT PF TP  A TO BK  S MIN
       3 Correa, Charles      *  2   6  0   2  0   0   0   1   1  2  4  3  2  0  0  24-
       4 Seymour, David       *  1   5  0   1  2   2   3   3   6  4  4  2  3  1  3  38+
      23 Armstrong, Keyon     *  1   7  1   5  3   3   0   0   0  1  6  2  1  1  1  26+
      24 Reuben, Jamal        *  7  13  2   3  0   0   3   4   7  1 16  0  2  0  4  33-
      35 March, William       *  0   0  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  1  0  0  1  0  0  22+
       2 Myrie, Jalen            3  11  1   4  0   0   2   1   3  2  7  1  0  1  0   9+
       5 Thomas, Aaron           1   2  0   0  1   2   1   0   1  2  3  1  0  0  0   4-
      11 Clarke, Joe             9  21  3   9  4   4   1   4   5  4 25  0  1  0  1   0+
      20 Coakley, Sidney         0   2  0   1  0   2   2   0   2  1  0  0  0  1  0   6-
      21 Marshall, Brandon       0   0  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  1  0  0  1  0  0   6-
      22 Stallings, Devin        3   6  0   0  2   3   6   2   8  1  8  0  2  0  0   0+
      30 Pires, Antonio          1   1  1   1  0   0   0   0   0  0  3  0  1  0  0   6+
      32 Beckford, Jovel         1   1  1   1  0   0   0   0   0  0  3  1  1  0  0   0+
      40 Hendricks, Nakia        0   2  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  2  0  0  0  0  0   5+
      TEAM REBOUNDS                                    0   0   0           0         
      Team Totals               29  77  9  27 12  16  18  15  33 22 79 10 15  4  9 179

      Total FG%  - 1st: 14/38  0.368  2nd:  15/39 0.385  Game:  0.377         Deadball
      3-PT FG%   - 1st:  6/13  0.462  2nd:  3/14  0.214  Game:  0.333         Rebounds
      Total FT%  - 1st:  9/9   1.000  2nd:   3/7  0.429  Game:  0.750           (6,4)

      Technical Fouls: STLCC (0) 
                     : DC (0) 

      OFFICIALS      :         
      ATTENDANCE     : 0

      ENHANCED SCORING             FstBrk OffTov Paint  2ndCh  Bench
                      St. Louis CC   16     18     46     10     20 
                      Dean College   8      10     40     15     49 

      SCORE BY PERIODS              1st    2nd   TOTAL
                      St. Louis CC   45     47     92 
                      Dean College   43     36     79 

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      Dean College 2nd Annual Bulldog Invitational Soccer Tournament

      09/11/2014

      Dean College to host 2nd Annual Bulldog Invitational Soccer Tournament September 13 & 14, 2014 at Longley Field, 69 Maple Street, Franklin. Game times 12 00 noon & 2 00 p.m. FEATURING • Free Soccer Clinic on Saturday September 13th

      Dean College is currently hosting the 2nd Annual Bulldog Invitational Soccer Tournament September 13 & 14, 2014 at Longley Field, 69 Maple Street, Franklin. Game times 12:00 noon & 2:00 p.m.

      In day one action, the Men's Soccer team defeated ASA, 2-1 to advance to the championship game against Bunker Hill CC, who defeated Bronx CC, 7-1.

      In Women's Soccer, Dean went to 4-0 with 6-0 win over Bunker Hill. They will play ASA on Sunday at 12 noon.

      What is the Bulldog Invitational?

      FEATURING • Free Soccer Clinic on Saturday September 13th for all players ages 6-14 at 10:00 AM on Longley Field. Just bring your own ball to participate!

      Women's teams will play both games at 12:00 noon on Saturday and Sunday. Teams include:
      Dean College:
      Bunker Hill CC
      ASA
      Holyoke CC
      Women will play both games at 12:00 on Sat. and Sun.
      Men will play both games at 2:00 on Sat. and Sun

      Men's Teams will play both games at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Teams include:
      Dean College
      ASA
      Bunker Hill CC
      Bronx CC



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      Dean College to Host 18th Annual President’s Cup

      09/10/2014

      The 18th Annual Dean College President’s Cup will take place on Monday, September 15 at the Franklin Country Club. All proceeds from this event will benefit the Dean College Scholarship Fund.

      Throughout the past 17 years, the Dean College President’s Cup Golf Tournament has had a profound and positive effect on the education of Dean College students. Support from players and sponsors has helped the College raise more than $1,000,000 for Dean College scholarships and these scholarships have helped hundreds of students over the years.

      While tickets to participate are sold out and Dean College is no longer accepting sponsors for this event, you may donate to the Dean College Scholarship Fund directly at www.dean.edu/donate.

      To learn more about the event itself, please visit www.dean.edu/golftournament

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      Dean College Football Achieves Top 20 NJCAA Ranking

      09/10/2014

      The Dean College Football team is off to an amazing start, beginning the season with a 2 0 record. The Bulldogs posted a 35 0 W against Framingham State University JV on August 30th, followed by a 27 6 W

      The Dean College Football team is off to an amazing start, beginning the season with a 2-0 record. The Bulldogs posted a 35-0 W against Framingham State University JV on August 30th, followed by a 27-6 W against Monroe College on September 6th. Dean is currently ranked among the Top 20 in NJCAA Football with spot 19. Click here for the full list.

      Click here for the upcoming schedule.

      Click here to read the season preview provided by Head Coach, Todd Vasey.


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      Dean College Ranks Among the Top Best Regional Colleges

      09/09/2014


      Dean College, a private, residential college located in Franklin, Massachusetts, has been ranked 26th in the U.S. News & World Report for the Best Regional Colleges, North category. Additionally, Dean placed 2nd in this category for colleges with the least amount of student debt and 8th for Best Colleges for Veterans.

      This is the fourth consecutive year that Dean College has received this honor, having moved up in the rankings from the previous year.

      “We are pleased to be recognized by U.S. News and our peer institutions once again this year,” said John Marcus, Vice President of Enrollment Services and Marketing at Dean College. “Of particular note this year is our designation as a Best College for Veterans, as we continually look for ways to assist veterans in completing their undergraduate degree program.”

      U.S. News & World Report is a multi-platform, publisher of news and information. The U.S. News ranking system for the Best Regional Colleges rests on two pillars. The formula uses quantitative measures that education experts have proposed as reliable indicators of academic quality, and it is based on research of what matters in education, including: graduation rate performance, academic reputation, and financial selectivity among others.

      This news could not have come at a better time for Dean College, as the school will celebrate its 150th Anniversary early next year. Founded in February 1865, the college has seen many transformations, always with the mission of cultivating an environment of academic and personal success for students. This year’s ranking is a testament to The Dean Difference – the hands-on and engaging faculty & staff, strong academic support, valuable internships, and real life workforce preparation that Dean College provides. The College recently welcomed a robust class of incoming students to add to its total enrollment representing 32 states and 16 countries.

      For more information on U.S. News & World Report, visit www.usnews.com/education. For more information on Dean College, visit www.dean.edu.


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      First Year Convocation Held Monday, September 8, 2014

      09/02/2014


      Dean College welcomed it’s 150th incoming class to campus with the First Year Convocation ceremony held on Monday, September 8, 2014.

      Approximately 500 first year students participated in the gathering, as faculty and staff dressed in academic regalia made their way to the campus center for the presentation.

      Cindy T. Kozil, Vice President of Student Development and Retention, welcomed the incoming class to campus and congratulated them on finishing their first week of studies. Student speaker Amy Tanner asked students to “think about what you want to do and who you want to be,” as they start their first year at Dean.

      Dr. Dawn Poirier, Dean of the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences, addressed the first year students, stating that they are now “entering a community of learners, a place of discovery and personal and academic growth.” Dr. Poirier shared the history and traditions of academic regalia in preparation of what is to come after their two or four years at Dean. 

      Dean College President, Paula M. Rooney reminded students that they are part of something special this year, as the college begins to celebrate its 150th anniversary on February 19, 2015. Dr. Rooney shared the history of the College and challenged students to “think about what you will bring as incoming freshman to enhance the community and become a part of our rich history.”

      Following the remarks, John Marcus, Vice President of Enrollment Services and Marketing, took to the stage for the presentation of classes and wished the incoming class much success during their time at Dean. The ceremony concluded with a celebration BBQ on the College’s picnic grove.

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