BROCKTON, Mass. ---- A pair of former Massasoit Community College men's basketball players are performing well at their new colleges in Kwame Lee (Fitchburg State) and Antonio Jones (Curry College).
Antonio Jones – Curry College
Jones is in his third season playing for the Colonels and is averaging a Commonwealth Coast Conference best 19.5 points per game. The shooting guard also posting 2.5 rebounds and 1.8 assists per game, while shooting 80.2 percent (65-for-81) from the line through the team's first 13 games.
Back on December 1, Jones was named CCC Player of the Week has he scored 31.5 points per game over a two-game span for Curry. In a loss at UMass-Dartmouth, the senior poured in a career-best 35 points.
Jones is also closing in the 1,000-point mark, needing just 57 points to reach the milestone.
Kwame Lee – Fitchburg State
In his first year at Fitchburg State, Lee has flourished, helping lead his team to an 11-3 record. The 6-foot-8 forward tops the Falcons in minutes (30.4), points (13.5), rebounds (6.6) and blocks (1.5) per game. Lee netted a season-best 25 points in a season-opening victory over Suffolk.
In addition, Lee was named Worcester Area College Basketball (WACB) Player of the Week back on December 2.