Berkeley men pick up their rings
Oct 14, 2015 | 13787 views | 0 0 comments | 786 786 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Berkeley College Men’s Basketball team shows off its championship rings at a ring ceremony on October 2. The Knights captured the college’s first-ever United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Division II National Championship in 2015, defeating the Nittany Lions of Penn State Mont Alto by a score of 57-55 in overtime. Pictured (back row from left to right) Kenton Chan-Man, Massiah Merritt of Brooklyn; Teyvon Bussey and Leo Salcedo of the Bronx; Daquan Seymour of Brooklyn; Floyd Moore of Roosevelt; Assistant Coach Jon Pena, Coach Chris Christiansen, Assistant Coach Kenneth Ray; (front row from left to right) Stanley Peacock and Keenan Langston of Brooklyn; and Tasheen Carrow, Stephon Jennings, Jeffrey Mejia and Alessandro DeAngelis of Manhattan. Not pictured are Chris Bradley of the Bronx and Assistant Coach Anton Dickerson.
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