Returning starter and two-time Second Team All-Patriot League selection ... selected as team co-captain for the second straight year ... one of the league's top scorers and most lethal long-range threats ... can take over a game if his shooting stroke is clicking ... primarily plays at the shooting guard position, but can also slide to the point if needed ... has significanly improved his defense and ballhandling skills since his arrival at Bucknell ... in only three seasons at Bucknell is already the top all-time 3-point shooter with 215 treys ... ranks No. 8 in PL history and needs 85 3-pointers to break the league mark ... enters the season ranked 17th in school history and 31st in PL history with 1,170 points ... 84.5% career free-throw percentage ranks third in Bucknell history ... has started 90 of a possible 91 career games (only non-start came on 2003-04 Senior Day) ... 27 games played shy of Bucknell career record.
2004-05: Pocketed Second Team All-Patriot League honors for the second straight season ... ranked seventh in the PL in scoring at 12.6 ppg and was third in free-throw percentage (.888), second in 3-pointers (78) and seventh in steals (55) ... broke the Bucknell single-season record for 3-pointers made ... hit five treys and scored team-high 19 points in NCAA Tournament win over Kansas ... named Chevrolet Player of the Game by CBS ... had four of the best games of his career in consecutive wins over Niagara (21 pts., 6 reb., 7 asst., 0 TO), St. Joseph's (21 pts., 6 reb., 5-6 3FG), Pittsburgh (13 pts., 5 asst.) and Holy Cross (17 pts., 6 stl.) ... made go-ahead free throws with 23.3 seconds left in 69-66 win over No. 7 Pitt ... drew a key charge and hit two FTs with 0:08 left to ice the Patriot League Championship win at Holy Cross ... scored 27 points at Navy, including the 1,000th of his career ... followed that up with a season-high 29 at Lafayette ... had a streak of eight straight made 3-pointers, one shy of the school record ... twice named PL Player of the Week ... co-recipient of Malcolm Musser Award for leadership ... free-throw percentage is No. 2 on Bucknell single-season list.
2003-04: Earned Second Team All-Patriot League honors after ranking second in the league in scoring at 14.9 ppg ... also ranked second in 3-pointers made (72) and free-throw percentage (.819), seventh in assists (2.8), eighth in steals (1.5) ... led league in free throws made (122) and attempted (149) ... enjoyed one of the best offensive nights in school history in a game at Saint Francis (Pa.), when he scored 42 points on a school-record 11 3-pointers ... made 12 of 20 from the field, 11 of 16 from 3-point range and 7 of 7 from the line ... 42 points were tied for second-most in a game in school history and most ever in a road game ... 11 treys were also a PL record and were the most made by any Division I player all season ... scored 29 points against Norfolk State en route to all-tournament honors at the Saturn of North Charleson Classic ... scored 29 points again in a home win over Holy Cross ... career-best 14 of 15 from the foul line in that game ... hit game-winning free throw with 0:07 left in 64-63 home win over Lehigh ... scored 21 points in season opener at Michigan State ... averaged 16.0 ppg against three Big Ten opponents ... had eight 20-point games ... four-time PL Player of the Week (league high) ... tied Bucknell single-season record with 72 3-pointers.
2002-03: Overwhelming choice as 2003 Patriot League Rookie of the Year ... broke league record with nine PL rookie of the week citations and tied record by earning the award five weeks in a row ... started every game as a freshman and averaged 11.1 ppg ... 321 points were fourth-most all-time by a Bucknell freshman ... shot 35.7% from field, 34.0% from 3-point range and 83.6% from line ... 65 threes were fifth-most in single season in school history ... ranked 14th in the league in scoring and first among freshmen ... ranked fifth in the PL in 3-pointers made ... scored in double figures 17 times, including the final six games of the season ... career-high 20 points vs. American and Army ... made five treys in a game five times, including a brilliant 5-for-7 showing to lead Bucknell to a PL Tournament win over Lehigh ... made at least one 3-pointer in 24 of 29 games ... tied Bucknell record with 12 3FG attempts at Cornell.
HIGH SCHOOL/PERSONAL: Three year captain and team MVP at Peabody Veterans Memorial H.S. ... Greater Boston League MVP as a senior and a three-time league all-star ... twice named to Boston Herald All-State Team ... played for head coach Chris Mastrangelo ... son of Edward and Barbara Bettencourt ... brother, Teddy, played basketball and baseball at Holy Cross ... two sisters were also college athletes -- Karin played basketball at Regis College and Julie was a member of the track & field team at Holy Cross ... born June 12, 1983 in Danvers, Mass. ... majoring in American history.