Ben Freeland


Santa Rosa, Calif.

High School:
Montgomery/Suffield Academy

Height / Weight:
6-10 / 205



Ben  Freeland


Men's Hoops Struggles at Loyola

Leopards record season-low 43 points in defeat


Lafayette Drops Second Straight Heartbreaker

Hinrichs' look at the buzzer off the mark


Men's Basketball Poised for Bounce-Back Season

2014-15 season opens Friday at Robert Morris


Army Survives Men's Basketball in 87-84 Final

Leopards begin postseason on the road at No. 8 Loyola


Men's Basketball Clashes with Holy Cross

Crusaders come to Kirby Sports Center Wednesday


Lafayette vs. Colgate

Lafayette vs. Colgate


Lafayette vs. Holy Cross

Lafayette vs. Holy Cross


Lafayette MBB at American

Lafayette men's basketball at American (2/14/15)


Lafayette MBB at Loyola

Lafayette men's basketball at Loyola (2/11/15)


Men's Basketball at Loyola

Photos by Kenya Allen

General: Has a very good feel for the game...comfortable around the basket and has a jump shot out to 15 feet...has a high basketball IQ.

2013-14: Played in 28 games, making eight starts...averaged 1.2 points in 6.7 minutes per game ...blocked a shot in the loss to Army (3/1)...scored six points and grabbed four rebounds at Boston (2/8)...grabbed five rebounds in the win over Navy (2/1)...had two points, three rebounds and two steals at American (1/18)...scored four points, had three boards and two blocks at Loyola (1/13)...made his first start of the year in the loss to Boston (1/11)...scored six points in 14 minutes against Bucknell (1/8)...set a new career-high with seven rebounds at Navy (1/5)...grabbed four rebounds and blocked two shots against Army (1/2)...scored a career-high eight points and set a new career-high with two blocks at Seton Hall (12/27)...scored four points, grabbed two rebounds and had an assist against Immaculata (12/17).

2012-13: Played in 20 games, making one start...scored two points in the win over Bucknell (2/16)...made his first-career start against Army (2/13)...dished out his first-career assist against Colgate (1/30)...blocked his first-career shot at Bucknell (1/19)...netted two points in the win over Arcadia (12/18)...scored four points in 12 minutes at Kentucky (11/16).

High School: Spent a post-graduate year at Suffield Academy in Suffield, Conn. during the 2011-12 school year...averaged 11.0 points per game and served as captain for a 14-8 team which competed in the prestigious New England Prep School Athletic Conference...achieved All-NEPSAC Third-Team honors...enjoyed a decorated career at Montgomery and was a four-year starter...1,000-point scorer...North Bay League MVP and garnered Bay Area honorable mention recognition while leading his team to a 28-4 record and league and North Coast Section titles as a senior...named All-NBL First Team as a junior while guiding Montgomery to a 24-8 mark...earned NBL honorable mention status as a sophomore.

Personal:Son of Bradley and Lori Freeland . . . has a younger sister, Megan . . . born on Dec. 22, 1992.

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