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Notable bobcats

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  • 1. Quinnipiac bobcats
    Top Athletes in 2000s
  • 2. DeMarioAnderson
    Class of 2008
    Anderson signed to play overseas basketball in Belgium for Spotter Leuven. In 2008-2009, he averaged 12.6 points per game in 34 games. In 2009-2010, he averaged 11.2 points per game in 30 games as a member of the Passe-Partout Leuven Bears. He is currently finishing his bachelor’s degree at Quinnipiac University.
  • 3. GracianoBrito
    Class of 2008
    Brito became an assistant coach at Quinnipiac University in 2009 after being showcased at the 2009 Major League Soccer Combine. In 2010, he signed with the Operario dos Acores of the Portuguese Second Division. Then on February 21, 2011, he became the first player to sign a contract with the United Soccer League expansion team F.C. New York. Brito was a two-time All-American while at Quinnipiac.
  • 4. Freddy Hall
    Class of 2009
     
    Hall was listed by ESPN Soccernet as one of the top 10 goalie prospects for 2010. The St. George, Bermuda native led the nation in total saves and save percentage during the 2009 season. He also led the Bobcats to consecutive NEC Tournament appearances, a first for the school’s program. He is currently playing for Bermuda’s national team.
  • 5. Chris Gloor
    Class of 2009
     
    Gloor was drafted by the San Francisco Giants in the 17th round of the 2009 MLB First-Year Player Draft. After just over two seasons of professional baseball, he has appeared in 62 games compiling 126 strikeouts, 47 walks and a 2.58 earned run average over 118.2 innings. This season, he is serving as a relief pitcher in Advanced Class A with the San Jose Giants.
  • 6. Tiffany Manzi
    Class of 2009
    Manzi won the Northeast Conference Player of the Year in 2008 as a junior. She scored 37 goals and totaled 49 points during the team’s 16 games that season. She also scored five goals and recorded two assists during the NEC Tournament that year.
  • 7. Randy Gress
    Class of 2007
    Gress was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in the 18th of the 2007 MLB First-Year Player Draft. After four seasons of professional baseball, he hit .208/10/74 total at four different levels on minor league reaching as high as Double-A. His most recent team was with the Newark Bears of the Independent Atlantic League.
  • 8. Photo Credits
    Courtesy of Matthew Stucko
    R. Gress
    Courtesy of Quinnipiac Univ. Athletics
    G. Brito
    F. Hall
    C. Gloor
    T. Manzi
    D. Anderson

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