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Ryan Serravalle 6-0 170 G


2000-2001: Ranked third on the team in scoring averaging 11.2 points per game. Led the Crusaders in three point field goal percentage (.392) and free throw percentage (.789). Reached double-digits in points 17 times. Set a school record for consecutive free throws made in a half when he converted 14-of-14 from the charity stripe against Navy Knocked down 5-of-8 three pointers on his way to 19 points against Lafayette. Scored a career-high 20 points against Navy. Posted 18 points in back-to-back games against Manhattan and Boston College.

1999-2000: Played in a total of 18 games, starting 15 Scored in double figures nine times When he was hurt he was leading the Patriot League in steals and three-point percentage, and was second in the league in assists. He returned late in the season, but did not return to form until the final two games averaging 16 points and shooting 52.9 percent from the field.

1998-1999: Pariot League All-Rookie a selection. Serravalle was the first freshman since 1977 to lead the Crusaders in scoring (11.6 ppg). He started all 19 games in which he played. Twice earned Patriot League Rookie of the Week honors. Scored 18 points at Army.

HIGH SCHOOL: Serravalle was a standout at Monsignor Clancy before spending a post-graduate year at Northfield-Mt. Hermon. Earned numerous All-City, All-Conference, and All-State honors at Monsignor Clancy, serving as a captain in his final year and leading the team to the Junior National Championship, as well as the Provincial Championship and the Ontario Games title (where he earned MVP honors). Set a school record with 63 points in a game. Averaged 38 points, 12 assists and seven rebounds a game. In his post-graduate year, averaged 20 points, seven assists and four rebounds per game at Northfield.


Serravalle is one of the top guards in the Patriot League. He can distribute the ball as well as score. He plays strong defense, because if he didn't he would n't play at Holy Cross. Though he technically could be considered a shooting guard he will play the point professionally. He definitely can play professionally, more than likely in Europe.