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Women's Basketball Schedule 2017-18

First Semester Games

Wednesday 10/25 Wentworth (Scrimmage) Home 6:30pm  
Friday 11/3 Baltimore City Home TBD  L 51-72
Saturday 11/4 Montgomery College Home TBD  L 74-75
Sunday 11/5 Brookdale CC Home TBD  W 65-34
Tuesday 11/7 Bunker Hill Home 5:30pm  W 97-27
Tuesday 11/14 Bristol Away 6:00pm  W 114-49
Thursday 11/16 STCC Away 6:00pm  W 104-35
Friday 11/17 Navy Prep Home 5:30pm  L 40-65
Thursday 11/30 Massasoit** Home 5:30pm  W 100-62
Thursday 12/7 Pensacola St. Tourney Away TBD  L 47-83
Friday 12/8 Sante Fe College Away TBD  L 64-72
Thursday 12/14 Gateway Home 5:30pm  W 61-54
Saturday 12/16 UCAP Away 1:00pm  W 72-65

Second Semester Games

Saturday 1/6 Bryant & Stratton   (VA) Away TBD  Cancelled
Sunday 1/7 Thomas Nelson CC (VA) Away TBD  Cancelled
Tuesday 1/16 Bunker Hill Away 5:30pm  W 101-26
Thursday 1/18 Frederick  (Baltimore) Away 6:00pm  Cancelled
Friday 1/19 Catonsville (Baltimore) Away 5:00pm  Cancelled
Saturday 1/20 Gateway Away 1:00pm  W 66-47
Tuesday 1/23 Bristol Home 5:30pm  W 99-47
Thursday 1/25 STCC Home 5:30pm  W 88-36
Saturday 1/27 Monroe College - Bronx Home 8:00pm  W 54-43
Tuesday 2/6 Massasoit Away 5:30pm  W 70-58
Monday 2/12 Northeastern University Club Team Home 7:00pm  W 69-38
Saturday 2/17 UCAP Home 1:00pm  L 60-71

 State Tournament

Saturday 2/24 Bunker Hill Springfield Tech CC State Semi -Final  W 83-28
Sunday 2/25 Massasoit Springfield Tech CC State Championship  W 106-39

State Tournament MVP: Destiny Hurt 

 NJCAA Region XXI Tournament Schedule

DayDateOpponentSiteGameTime Results
Saturday 3/3 Massasoit Bunker Hill CC Region Semi -Final 2:00pm  W 81-66
Sunday 3/4 UConn Avery Point Bunker Hill CC Region Championship 12:00pm  L 69-74


National Tournament- 3/15-18/18- Rock Valley CC (Rockford, IL)          

Head Coach – Mark Leszczyk              
Assistant Coach- Kisandra Ayanbeku      

**- BNN Televised Games

Last Revised- 02/26/18


Women's Basketball 2017-2018

Class PositionHeightHigh School/Hometown
1 Destiny Hurt  WomensBasketball 1718 1 Fr. SG   5'5" Sewanhaka HS (Long Beach, NY)
2 Kayla Kelley  WomensBasketball 1718 2 So. SG   5'4"   New Mission HS (Boston, MA)
3 Lyric Fortune  WomensBasketball 1718 3 Fr. SG   5'5" Southwestern HS (Baltimore, MD)
4 Shania Shorter  WomensBasketball 1718 4 Fr. PG/SG   5'6" Prince Tech HS (Hartford, CT)
5 Brooklin Davis  WomensBasketball 1718 5 So. SG   5'10"   Career Magnet HS (New Haven, CT)
10 Chanise Ray  WomensBasketball 1718 10 Fr. PG   5'4"   Mount Vernon HS (Arlington, VA)
12 Taylor Grant  WomensBasketball 1718 12 So. F   5'10"   Heritage HS (Newport News, VA)
13 Krishauna Davenport  WomensBasketball 1718 13 Fr. F/C   5'11"   Forest Park HS (Baltimore, MD)
14 Chuckhearah Johnson  WomensBasketball 1718 14 So. PG   5'4" East Boston HS (Boston, MA)
52 Charee Osborne  WomensBasketball 1718 21 So. F   5"10"   New London HS (New London, CT)

Head Coach: Mark Leszczyk (11th Year)
Assistant Coach: Kisandra Ayanbeku (6th Year)

WomensBasketball 1718 team

Assistant Coach

MensBasketball 2014 nophoto

Justine Grace-McCarthy
Women’s Basketball Assistant Coach
Birthplace: Boston, MA
High School: Fontbonne Academy
College: The College of the Holy Cross and Boston University


Justine Grace-McCarthy was born in Boston and raised in Milton, MA. Justine attended Fontbonne Academy in Milton where she was a 3-sport student athlete, playing soccer, basketball and track & field. She was an All-Scholastic in basketball her senior year and went on to play Division I basketball at The College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. Justine graduated in 2001 with a degree in Psychology. She began her coaching career at her alma mater Fontbonne Academy as an assistant coach.

In 2004 Justine took a break from coaching to pursue a Master's degree at Boston University. In 2006 she graduated with a Master's in Mental Health & Behavioral Medicine with a specialization in Sports Psychology. Justine worked in the mental health field for a couple of years as she pursued her professional license in counseling. In 2008 Justine started working for the Boston Public Schools as a guidance counselor. She worked for English High School for three years and was also the head girls basketball coach. Justine was named Coach of the Year for the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons by her peers.

Justine is now a guidance counselor at the McCormack Middle School in Dorchester and is also a Licensed Mental Health Counselor. This is her first year as an assistant coach at Roxbury Community College.