basketball-men-d3 flag | March 18, 2015

Veteran leadership has Babson at higher levels

In the 2015 Division III championship, Babson doubled the program's all-time win tournament total. The program had just two tournament wins in its 83 year tenure, but is now playing in the DIII semifinals after winning four tournament games in 2015.

The Beavers can attribute this success to a roster led by veteran seniors John Wickey, Dave Mack, and Eric Dean.

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