Bridgewater State Football Fueled by Local Talent
The Bridgewater State University football team will be playing in the NCAA Division 3 tournament Saturday.
For the first time since the 2000 season, the Bridgewater State football will be playing in the NCAA Division 3 tournament. The Bears earned an at-large spot after finishing with 9-1 record and will be playing Widener University, Saturday at noon in Chester, PA.
Stoughton's Matt Green, a junior wide-receiver, is having a big year with 26 catches for 434-yards and six touchdowns. He has carried the ball 14 times for 112 yards and a touchdown and has four tackles.
King Philip's Matt Monahan is a senior captain at wide-receiver with 18 catches for 227-yards and two touchdowns.
Other locals on the Bears are:
Easton-Don Shanis, junior linebacker.
Foxborough-Chris Barrett, senior defensive back, who has made two tackles in eight games.
Mansfield-Bob Brunelle, sophomore linebacker, James Ridlen, junior offensive lineman, Michael Nordberg, junior center.
Norton-Mike Glassman, senior tight-end, Cameron Moitoza (Coyle-Cassidy), junior center, Ryan Fleming, junior defensive end.
Stoughton-Green, Anthony Ferzoco, senior linebacker, eight tackles and one assist.
WRENTHAM-KING PHILIP-Mike Viola, freshman wide receiver with four catches for 51-yards, Matt Gretchell, sophomore defensive back, Monahan.