Sean Carter

Massachusetts Minutemen #54 - Forward

  • Height: 6-9
  • Weight: 245

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Thanks to the Pirates' victory on Tuesday night, they advanced to face the winner of UMass-Mississippi State. And thanks to a double-OT thriller in Starkville, it was the Minutemen that advanced to...

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By now you've probably heard that former Oregon State center Sean Carter is headed for UMass. While his height, quickness, and overall "upside" will be missed, Carter became a nusiance towards the...

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