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Trinity Men's Basketball's Pimm And MacDougall Collect Academic And Sportsmanship Honors

Trinity Men's Basketball's Pimm And MacDougall Collect Academic And Sportsmanship Honors

Hartford, Conn., July 29, 2010 – Trinity College men's basketball junior co-captains Luke MacDougall (Baldwinsville, N.Y.) and Jared Pimm (Chelmsford, Mass.) were each named to the 2010 New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) All-Academic Team, while Pimm was also selected to represent the Bantams on the 2010 NESCAC All-Sportsmanship Team.  Each student-athlete selected to the NESCAC All-Academic Team must be starter or key reserve for a varsity team and maintain at least a 3.35 grade-point average.  Trinity finished the season with a record of 10-14 and tied Amherst and Wesleyan for sixth place in the NESCAC at 3-6. 

MacDougall started all 24 games at forward in 2009-10 and led the team in scoring at 12.4 ppg (297).  MacDougall also pulled down 6.7 rebounds per game (160, tied for team lead) and notched 35 assists (3rd on team), while ranking second on the team in both field goal shooting at 45.5 percent (102-224) and free throw shooting at 78.0 percent (64-82, 7th in NESCAC), and third on team in three-point field goal shooting at 37.2 percent (29-78).  A graduate of Charles W. Baker High School, is majoring in mechanical engineering at Trinity.  He is the son of Lisa and Steven MacDougall.

Pimm made appearances in 14 games as a swingman this winter, totaling 23 points and 13 rebounds.  A graduate of Concord Academy, Pimm is majoring in political science and public policy & law at Trinity.  He is the son of Gayle Nutile Pimm and Thomas Pimm. 

NESCAC All-Academic information

NESCAC All-Sportsmanship information