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Bentley University Falcons
146 Northeast-10 Championships
80 CoSIDA Academic All-Americas
2014 NCAA Div. II Women's Basketball National Champs
2001 NCAA Div. II Field Hockey National Champs
Women's Basketball: NCAA Record 35 NCAA tournaments
33 Joe Fremeau
33 - Joe Fremeau
Height: 6-6
Weight: 205
Year: Sr
Hometown: Manchester, N.H.
High School: Manchester Central/Tilton School
Position: F

A six-foot-six senior forward who started every game for the Falcons during his final two seasons ... played in a total of 108 games for Bentley during his four seasons, averaging 4.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and 19 minutes. 

2010-11 Season: In his second season as a starter, averaged 4.6 points, 4.8 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 0.8 blocks and 25.3 minutes ... led team in blocked shots (27) and was second in offensive rebounds (54) ... ranked 14th in Northeast-10 in blocks per game ... scored a season-best 10 points twice, Jan. 11 vs. American International and Mar. 5 vs. Adelphi in the NE-10 championship game ... in the AIC game, made six of six free throws, all coming in crunch time, with the Falcons winning in double overtime ... had two other games in which he scored nine points ... 12 rebounds against Merrimack Nov. 17 was a season-best ... other highlights included five offensive rebounds Mar. 3 vs. Saint Rose and four blocks in the season-opener against Bloomfield. 

2009-10 Season: Averaged 5.9 points and 5.1 rebounds while starting every game ... played 27.1 minutes a game, an increase of 17.6 over his sophomore season  ... in NCAAs, averaged 3.6 points and 3.8 rebounds ... averaged 4.0 points and 4.3 rebounds in the NCAA Regional ... had the game of his career Feb. 9, 17 points, five assists and six rebounds against Saint Anselm ... during a four-game stretch from Jan. 30-Feb. 9, shot 71 percent while averaging 11 points and 6.5 rebounds ... in his first start as a collegian, had a career-high 13 rebounds in the Nov. 15 season-opener against Post, along with four points and two assists ... had 13 points, setting a career-high at the time, Dec. 8 vs. Stonehill and 11 points Jan. 6 at New Haven ... 11 points, 8 rebounds at Pace Jan. 30 ... 10+ points five times and 10+ rebounds three times ... 10+ points five times.  

2008-09 Season: Averaged 9.6 minutes, 2.8 points and 2.3 rebounds in 32 games off the bench ... due to an injury to Tom Dowling, played 31 minutes against C.W. Post in the NCAA regional final Mar. 17 ... that was close to double his previous career best of 16 minutes ... had four rebounds and four assists against the Pioneers ... scored eight points against St. Michael’s Jan. 10 and had nine rebounds, along with seven points, four days later against Saint Anselm ... was fifth on the team in offensive rebounds, despite being eighth in minutes. 

2007-08 Season: Appeared in 11 games as a freshman ... was slowed by illness at the start of the season ... averaged 3.7 minutes, 1.1 points and 0.5 rebounds ... set season-bests with four points (all at the foul line), two rebounds and eight minutes Feb. 23 at St. Michael’s.  

Before Bentley: 2006 graduate of Manchester Central High School who prepped at the Tilton School ... was the basketball team captain at both schools ... helped Central to the Class L New Hampshire state championship in both 2005 and 2006, with the Little Green a combined 48-2 in those two seasons, and Tilton to the Lakes Region championship ... named first-team All-State by the New Hampshire Interscholastic Athletic Association and the Manchester Union Leader ... was also a Class L All-Star ... played in the N.H. all-star game and the N.H. vs. Vermont all-star game.  

Personal: Management major ... age as of Nov. 15, 2010: 23 ...  son of Joseph and Constance Fremeau ... has a younger sister, Whitney (21), who is a senior women’s basketball player at Holy Cross ... was a regular on the Honor Roll at Manchester Central and made High Honor Roll during his year at Tilton.

2010-11 Ststistics                    2009-10 Statistics

2008-09 Statistics                    Career Statistics