Millien, Cuddihy Named to All-MASCAC Team

Millien, Cuddihy Named to All-MASCAC Team

2007-2008 All-MASCAC Men's Basketball Team

BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Bridgewater State College junior forward Roland Millien and senior guard Tom Cuddihy have been named to the All-MASCAC Men's Basketball Team in all-conference voting results released by MASCAC Commissioner, Angela Baumann.

Millien, a First Team selection, is making his first appearance on the All-MASCAC Team.  The Stoughton, Massachusetts native averaged 14.8 points and 9.3 rebounds in 25 games this season while shooting 55% (134-for-245) from the floor and 70% (101-for-144) at the free throw line.

Millien currently leads the MASCAC in rebounding, and is second in defensive rebounds (5.7 rpg), third in field goal percentage and offensive rebounds (3.6 rpg), sixth in steals (1.7 spg) and eighth in scoring.  In three seasons (69 games) at Bridgewater State, Millien has scored 682 points and pulled down 521 rebounds.

A Second Team All-MASCAC selection, Cuddihy is making his third consecutive appearance on the all-conference team.  The Scituate, Mass native averaged 15.4 points and 2.8 assists per game this season as he appeared in all 26 games for the Bears.  Cuddihy shot 79.7% (63-for-79) from the free throw line and finished 66-for-200 (33%) from three-point range.

Cuddihy wraps up a solid career at Bridgewater State as the Bears' sixth all-time leading scorer with 1,482 points.  He also holds BSC career marks for three-pointers made (247) and three-pointers attempted (714).

This season, Cuddihy is presently ranked fourth in the MASCAC in free throw percentage and three-point field goals made, seventh in scoring, eighth in assists and tenth in three-point field goal percentage.

Bridgewater State wrapped up the 2007-2008 season with a record of 13-13 which includes a 6-6 mark in MASCAC regular season play.  The Bears were seeded fifth in the conference tournament and knocked off fourth seeded Framingham State, 74-65, before bowing to Salem State in the semifinals, 81-49.