Senior Spotlight: Vince Rosario

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By: Devon Trenkle

Name: Vince Rosario

Major: Graduate Student M.P.A.

Sport: Men’s Basketball

Hometown: Perth Amboy, NJ

How long have you been playing for the C.W. Post basketball team?

This is my first year at C.W. Post.

What made you choose Post?

I loved the environment, and it was a superb combination of great athletics and school.

 

What was your first impression of Post?

Initially, I thought Post was very welcoming and made people feel comfortable.

What is campus life like here at Post?

Campus life is amazing. The people here are down-to-earth and friendly.

 

What lesson(s) will you take from Post?

I will leave prepared for anything that comes my way.  The lessons I have learned here have helped me develop a tough shell.

 

What is the best memory you have with the team?

My best memory with the team so far is our early-morning workouts. Although we did not want to be there at 5 a.m. running and lifting weights, we all pushed each other and came together.

 

How do you feel about Post, academically, in comparison to your past schools?

Post is a great academic school. The teachers challenge you daily.  It is very hard work, but it will pay off.  My previous school was challenging as well and had a similar academic approach.

 

What do you want to do after you graduate from Post?

I am not sure what I am going to do when I graduate from Post.

 

How is the season looking for the team?

The season is looking great. It is very tough to beat us when we play together and follow Coach Casey’s game plans.

 

What will you miss the most from Post?

I am going to miss my teammates the most. Throughout the year, we became closer and had to stick together to overcome adversity.  I have made some great friends here.

 

Vince Rosario has played in all 8 games so far this season.  Rosario is a graduate student who has played at Central Connecticut and Stonehill College.  During his career at his previous school, Stonehill, he was named to the Northeast-10 Rookie Team.  He has scored a total of 21 field goals here at Post this season.  The Pioneers are currently 7-1 and ranked number two in the East Coast Conference.  Come catch the Pioneers when they take on Le Moyne College at the Pratt Recreation Center on Monday, December 19th, at 7 p.m.

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