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Ryan Sharry

 

Boston College High School

  • 2006-07 State Champions – 25-0 record
  • 2008 Boston Globe and Boston Herald All-scholastic
  • Catholic Conference MVP

Middlebury College

NCAA Division III All-American

NCAA Division III All-American
  • Career record 103-14
  • 2009 and 2011 NESCAC Champions
  • 2011 NCAA Final Four
  • 2011 and 2012 Division III All-American
  • 2011 and 2012 First-Team All-NESCAC
  • 2012 NESCAC Player of the Year
  • 2012 D3 All-star game MVP

Professional Basketball – T71 Dudelange, Luxembourg

  • 2013, 2014 and 2015 League Champions
  • 2012-2013 League MVP
  • 2013, 2014 and 2015 League Center of the Year

 

sharry

Best Memories Playing with the Middlesex Magic

A highlight for me with the Middlesex Magic was definitely nationals in Florida.

Playing against some of the best talent in the country was an awesome

experience, but my favorite memory was the camaraderie of the team. We did

everything together the entire trip, from meals, to a trip to Universal, to hanging at

the pool and around the hotel. That was just the environment Coach Crotty

Sr. fostered with the Magic. Another one of my favorite memories was at the Rumble in the Bronx getting

dunked on so hard by (future NBA forward) Kenneth Faried that they had to stop the game to fix the

hoop.

How the Middlesex Magic helped me the most

Coach Crotty Sr. was one of the most fiery competitors I have ever met. The

passion he had for the game and his players was second to none. He did his

best to make each one of his players better and find the school that would be the

best fit for them. We always played in the best tournaments against the best

teams, which was awesome experience for me at that time. Coach Crotty was

always encouraging me to be more aggressive and instilling confidence that I

could compete and thrive at that level of competition. The confidence I gained

that summer definitely carried through to my senior year and all the way through

my college career and overseas as well.

Current Profession

After a four-year career at Middlebury, I played three years of professional basketball with T71

Dudelange in Luxembourg. I finished my career there in May 2015 and am now

working at Hubspot in their Portsmouth, NH office. I work as a support

engineer, providing technical customer support and delivering solutions to both

technical and non-technical end users while also supporting a wide range of

technologies.