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Quincy College finished the 2022-2023 season with a record of 20-7, the second 20-win season in program history. Sophomore Elton Fonseca earned NJCAA Region 21 second team honors. Averaging 15.7 ppg, 7.8 rpg and shot 73.3% from the free-throw line. Freshman Max DePina earned NJCAA Region 21 Honorable Mention, averaging 9.1 ppg, 6.0 rpg, and shot 37.8% from the 3-point line.

Interested in Granite Athletics?

Reach out to one of our coaches below.

Doug Scott, Head Coach
@CoachD_Scott

Kenny Nguyen, Assistant Coach
@CoachK_Nguyen

Quincy college Basketball team and their coaches in uniform posing on court

Graphic featuring Max Depina for an honorable mention from NJCAA, posing with the basketball ready to shoot.

Graphic featuring Elton Fonseca for an award by NJCAA as Region 21 Second team

Basketball 2023-2024 Roster

# Name Year Height Weight Position Hometown
5 Andre Cordero So. 5’11” 165 Guard Brockton, MA
10 Amari Jamison So. 6’1” 185 Guard Whitman, MA
25 Max DePina So. 6’6” 180 Wing Port Orange, FL
33 Tyrone Victor So. 6’10” 200 Forward Brockton, MA
1 Amari Howell Fr. 6’0” 170 Guard Braintree, MA
11 Elijah Rodrigues Fr. 6’2” 185 Guard Dennis, MA
3 Malachi Bryant Fr. 6’0” 185 Guard Boston, MA
20 Ethan Lane Fr. 6’2” 175 Guard Bristol, TN
2 Isaiah Michel Fr. 5’11” 170 Guard Randolph, MA
12 Devanti Perry Fr. 6’0” 165 Guard Pembroke, MA
34 Kohei Shimizu Fr. 6’1” 180 Guard Yokohama- K, Japan
4 Kaelin Dossantos-Leal Fr. 6’2” 160 Guard Brockton, MA
15 Nick Marcel Fr. 6’1” 170 Guard Plymouth, MA
35 Tommy Burke Fr. 6’2” 170 Guard Hull, MA
22 Eldon Terry Fr. 6’9” 200 Wing Brockton, MA
24 Shedrach Makanjuola Fr. 6’8” 180 Wing Boston, MA
23 Jeremiah Ismesu Fr. 6’7” 210 Wing Abington, MA
14 Jonathan Bain Fr. 6’5” 200 Forward Marshfield, MA
30 D’Jamell Alves Fr. 6’4” 180 Forward Brockton, MA
21 Christian Isom Fr. 6’6” 200 Forward Brockton, MA

Quincy College 2023-2024 Men's Basketball Roster

Basketball Schedule 2023-2024

Date Opponent Time Location
November 9 Community College of Rhode Island 6PM Home
November 14 Holyoke Community College 7PM Home
November 16 Northern Essex Community College (NECC) 6PM Away
November 18 Springfield Technical Community College 12PM Away
November 21 Roxbury Community College 7PM Home
December 2 Bristol Community College 1PM Home
December 5 Massasoit 7PM Home
December 7 Quinsigamond Community College 6PM Away
December 9 Mass Bay 1PM Home
December 12 Bunker Hill Community College 6PM Away
January 13 Hostos Community College 1PM Home
January 18 Holyoke Community College 5PM Away
January 20 Fulton-Montgomery Community College 1PM Home
January 25 Bristol Community College 7PM Away
January 27 Community College of Rhode Island (CCRI) 1PM Home
January 30 Massasoit 6PM Away
February 3 NECC 7PM Home
February 7 Quinsigamond Community College 7PM Home
February 10 Bunker Hill Community College 1PM Home
February 15 Mass Bay 6PM Away
February 17 Springfield Technical Community College 1PM Home
February 22 University of Connecticut at Avery Point (UCAP) 6PM Away
February 24 Roxbury Community College 7PM Away
February 28 Region 21 Quarterfinal Games TBD TBD
March 2 Region 21 Sem-finals/Finals TBD TBD
March 3 Region 21 Sem-finals/Finals TBD TBD

Home Games

Home games will be played at the Lahue Physical Education Center
1 Wendell Avenue, Quincy, MA 02170, Eastern Nazarene College campus

Coaches

Basketball Head Coach Douglas Scotts holding a basketballDouglas Scott

Head Coach

Coach Scott grew up in Quincy where he started his basketball career at Quincy high school. He was a 4-year starter, led Quincy to two Patriot League titles and is the all-time leading scorer in the city of Quincy with 1555 points. Doug went on to play basketball at Massasoit Community College where he continued to excel. He was named NJCAA Division 2 first team All-New England. Following his playing career, Coach Scott began coaching at the high school level as an assistant coach at Quincy High School. He is actively coaching with the legendary BABC (Boston Amateur Basketball Club) under Leo Papile. Doug stays active in the community serving as director of summer leadership camps for the BO Foundation servicing over 100 adolescents during the summer evenings. Doug and his wife Paige live in Quincy with their daughter Savannah and son Beau.

 


Associate Head Coach Kenny Nguyen holding a basketballKenny Nguyen

Associate Head Coach

Coach Nguyen grew up in Quincy and had a successful playing career at Quincy High School playing football and basketball. He was a 3-year starter and Patriot League All-Star for both sports. Kenny went off to Bridgewater State University and earned his bachelors in Sociology. He later finished his Masters of Education at American International College. Coach Nguyen is in his 3rd year under Coach Scott. Kenny works full time at the college as the Student Accessibility Associate. He also runs the entire Basketball Program at the South Shore YMCA and preaches skill development. He currently trains players from elementary, middle, high school, college athletes. Kenny currently lives in Randolph with his wife Kristin and daughter Joelle.

 


Assistant Coach Jamal Griffin holding a basketball Jamall Griffin

Assistant Coach

Coach Griffin is a USA Basketball Gold Certified, NCAA Basketball certified coach. He is the former Head Basketball coach of Cathedral High School from 2020-2023. Which he helped make the MIAA state tournament appearances twice. He is the present BABC (Boston Amateur Basketball Club) Associate head coach since 2014. Coach Griffin was also the Catholic Memorial Assistant football coach from 2013-2018 working with the Running backs and Defensive backs. This will be Griffin first year with the Granite program. Jamall is a store manager of Stop & Shop Supermarket Co. Coach Griffin and his beautiful wife Danette have 3 awesome children; Jamall Jr, Jamaya and Jeremiah. He resides in Randolph, MA.

 


Quincy College Men's Basketball Assistant CoachMike Magee

Assistant Coach

Coach Magee has been coaching under Coach Scott for 5 years. Mike brings passion and knowledge to the program. He is also a professor at the Quincy College.

 

 

 

 

 


Quincy College Men's Basketball Assistant Coach Leshon CrawfordLeshon Crawford

Assistant Coach

Coach Crawford grew up in Dorchester and Rockland. He graduated from Rockland High School in 2015. He was a multi-year all-star, 3-year varsity football player as well as a captain for the basketball team. He has coached at the middle and high school level for 8 years. He went on to play football at Curry College and majored in Business Management with a communication minor. He is currently a basketball trainer and job coach based out of the south shore. He coaches with Level Up HOOPS AAU based out of the South shore. This is Leshon’s second year with Quincy college. He currently lives in Rockland.


Quincy College Men's Basketball Associate Head Coach Sullivan CoadySullivan Coady

Assistant Coach

Coach Coady grew up and played at Hanover High School. This is his second year with Quincy College basketball. Sullivan is also the recruiting coordinator for the Hanover Hawk’s football program. He is also the Director of Operations at BABC (Boston Amateur Basketball Club). He currently lives in Dorchester.

 

 

 

 


 

Contact us

Douglas Scott
Men’s Basketball Head Coach
dscott@quincycollege.edu | Twitter: @QCMBB

Facilities & Directions

Home games will be played at the Lahue Physical Education Center, 1 Wendell Avenue, Quincy, MA 02170, on the campus of Eastern Nazarene College (23 East Elm Avenue, Quincy, MA 02170).

Lahue Physical Education Center at Eastern Nazarene College Lahue Physical Education Center at Eastern Nazarene College

Play for Quincy College

Interested in being on the Quincy College Men’s Basketball Team?

Email Jack Raymer, Director of Athletics at jraymer@quincycollege.edu

Granite Alumni

2017-2018

Deven Palmer
Tallahassee Community College – FL (NJCAA D1), ?
North Carolina Central University – NC (NCAA D1),
Professional – TBL (The Basketball League), TBT (The Basketball Tournament).

Former player Deven Palmer

2018-2019

Darrius Hyppolite
Warner University – FL (NAIA)

Quincy College former player, Darrius Hyppolite

Ugo Kamalu
Professional (Cabo Verde Basketball League)

Ugo Kamalu

Fred Smith
Eastern Nazarene College – MA (NCAA D3)

Fred Smith

2019-2020

Gregory Thomas
University of Bridgeport – CT (NCAA D2)

Gregory Thomas

Anthony Peacock
Catawba College – NC (NCAA D2)
Missouri Western state – MO (NCAA D2)
Professional – Cabo Verde Basketball League – Portugal Division 1

Anthony Peacock

2021-2022

Douglas Alves
Francis Marion – SC (NCAA D2)

Douglas Alves

Jerome Stephens
Erskine College – SC (NCAA D2)

Jerome Stephens

Damani Scott
Mercy College – NY (NCAA D2)

Damani Scott

2022-2023

Grant Smith
East Carolina University – NC (NCAA D1)

Grant Smith

Derek Williams
Waldorf University – IA (NAIA)

Derek Williams

Tyler Victor
Harris Stowe State University – MO (NAIA)

Tyler Victor

   

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