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Basketball Standout Nisré Zouzoua '15 Transfers to Nevada

Jon Douthit

 

Boston Trinity Academy basketball standout, Nisré Zouzoua '15 will transfer from Bryant University to the University of Nevada this year. Nisré earned first-team honors in the Northeast Conference as part of the Bryant Bulldogs. He led the conference in numerous categories, including scoring, points per game, and 3-pointers.

At Boston Trinity, Nisré led the Lions to back to back NEPSAC championships, earning two NEPSAC player of the year awards and receiving Championship MVP honors.

Per the Nevada athletics website, head coach Eric Musselman cited not only Nisré's skill and athletic accomplishments, but his character as well, saying. "He is a dynamic player that can really score the ball from all three levels. Even more important, he is an extremely high character young man that will fit in with our current players right away."

Due to NCAA regulations, Nisré will be required to sit out this coming year, but will have two years of NCAA eligibility beginning the following season.

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Boston Trinity's athletic program seeks to instill character and sportsmanship in our student athletes, while also striving for the highest levels of competitive success. In just 9 years, BTA athletic teams have won over 20 league championships and tournaments.

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