Bryce Gonsalves has committed to join the Marymount University basketball program and will start his freshmen season this coming August. Marymount is a very good academic University and plays in one of the toughest D-III conferences in the U.S. Bryce has a great opportunity and exciting times ahead.
Bryce joins Marymount after two seasons with Global Squad. Over that time Bryce appeared in 30 games for the Dragons. He racked up 105 points and 100 rebounds. Bryce scored a career high 12 points vs JB Hoops in the Crossover Hoops Global Challenge. Last season he helped lead Gold Dragons (Borzager) to a 10-and-7 record, include a 2nd place finish in the Born 2 Ball Tournament.
Bryce was never a major stat-stuffer and his tremendous value rarely showed up in the box score. Bryce’s intangibles are off the charts and allows him to impact the game on many levels. Bryce gained the attention of several college coaches, including Marymount, because of his ability to defend. Bryce has the size (6’5) and length to defend around the basket. He also has the versatility to guard on the perimeter.
Bryce will combine forces with former Global Squad player, Brandon Rogers, who just finished a breakout sophomore season at Marymount. We’re expecting big things from the two Global Squad alums over the coming years.