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Sercan Fenerci

Interim Director of Athletics: Sercan Fenerci


Sercan Fenerci has been the named Interim Director of Athletics, and will assume his new role starting on July 18, 2022. Fenerci has served as Assistant Director of Athletics for the Bulldogs since 2017. He completed his Master’s in Sport Management with Athletic Administration concentration at Southern New Hampshire University (NH) in 2012 and Bachelor of Business Administration at Angelo State University (TX) in 2007.

Fenerci oversees all aspects of the athletics department. Fenerci is the Region XXI, Women’s Region Director; in this capacity she represents and liaisons with the NJCAA on behalf of 14 members from MA, RI, and CT. Fenerci currently serves as the chair for Women's Basketball and Esports committees, as well as committee member for Men's Basketball committee. 

Fenerci comes to BHCC from Lamar Community College in Colorado, where he served as the Head Men’s Basketball Coach for nearly three years. Fenerci’s team was ranked as high as 11th in the NJCAA Division I ranking in 2016-17 season was the 2nd most wins in the school’s history with a 26-7 record. Besides his coaching duties, Fenerci was the focal point person with compliance and eligibility within LCC’s athletic department. Fenerci also handled scheduling, budgeting, game management, recruiting, work study, marketing, setup/breakdown, and various camps.

Besides his administrative duties at BHCC, Fenerci coached nearly two decades in college and high school levels, including a three-year stint for the Turkish National Basketball Team, which he traveled to Turkey twice a year to help with the team selection processes.

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Robert Lospennato, Athletic Consultant / Compliance

Athletic Consultant / Game Administrator: Bob Lospennato


Jack Stephenson

Athletic Consultant / Game Administrator: Jack Stephenson



Administrative Asst II: Luke Rossi


Coach Rezendes

esports - Head Coach: Andrew Rezendes



Men's Basketball - Head Coach: Nkrumah Jones


Nkrumah comes to BHCC fresh off a four year run as assistant men's basketball coach at local Division III powerhouse, Salem State University (SSU). His primary duties at SSU were to recruit student-athletes, in-game coaching, and player development. During his tenure at SSU, the men’s team had an overall record of 75-36 for a winning percentage of 62 percent, along with two NCAA DIII national tournaments appearances, which included a Sweet 16 run in 2008-09. Also of note, Nkrumah helped recruit NE region and MASCAC player of the year Brian Clark and 2-time MASCAC POY and SSU 5th all-time leading scorer, Dylan Holmes.

Coach Jones is very well known on the exposure camp/clinic circuit where he is an instructor/coach. Coach Jones has worked very closely with the Hoop Group- the largest youth basketball exposure/instruction camp on the East coast.

"One of my goals is to bring a National Championship to my Alma Mater while helping student-athletes graduate with a degree in a field they deem worthwhile. This will be achieved using professionalism, hard work and desire".

Nkrumah is employed by the Cambridge public school system and he is co-founder of the Greater Boston Lions youth mentorship program that offers AAU basketball to boys and girls ages 10-17. The GBL program is a perennial powerhouse in the NE area with state titles, several Final fours and over 150 members and alumni to its credit.

Email: nijones@bhcc.edu

Women's Basketball - Head Coach: Greg Canzater


Head Soccer Coach

Men's Soccer Head Coach: Estive Sosa



Women's Soccer - Head Coach: Heloisa Ellie Branley


Scott Benjamin

Soccer Consultant / Head of Soccer Recruiting: Scott Benjamin


Coach Benjamin took the helm for Bunker Hill Community College in fall of 2002. He grew up in a soccer family in Oswego NY, where his father created the first youth soccer program in his home. In college Coach Benjamin captained the Oswego State Great Lakers to two NY State SUNYAC Championship contests, the college’s first bid to the ECAC tournament, and was the first player named to the NSCAA Academic All American team. He has a long history of coaching on all levels and holds NSCAA national and advanced national coaching diplomas. He has been the Region 21 Coach of the year six times and in 2010 was named the District Coach of the Year.

Since, Coach Benjamin’s time at BHCC the men’s soccer program has grown to be among the top team in the country. They have consistently finished ranked in the top 10 NJCAA in the last five years and in the last two years have been ranked in the NSCAA’s top twenty Junior College teams.

In 2012 the team posted its best finish ever with an impressive 19-3-1 overall record and was undefeated in league play. The team won the MCCAC state tournament and the NJCAA Region 21 tournament earning a second bid to the national championship tournament. This year the team won the first round and competed in its first national final four (semifinals). The team is currently ranked sixth in the NSCAA national poll, and fifth in the NJCAA poll. Overall the team has won six MCCAC state titles, competed in seven NJCAA Region 21 finals, won two regional titles (2010, 2012), played twice in the national tournament in the last three years, and has named five All Americans since 2009. In the past two years the team has posted just one loss in conference play.

Along with soccer coach Benjamin stresses academics. Over the past two seasons the team has posted a 90 percent academic retention rate. Over the past four years 35 players have moved on to play at Division III, II and I programs, with most earning academic and athletic scholarships.

Coach Benjamin is also very active in local youth soccer related programs. He serves on the local soccer boards of the Charlestown Youth Soccer for coaching education and on the Health and Wellness Board for America Scores after school soccer and literacy program in Boston.

Email: sbenjamin@bhcc.edu

Women's Volleyball - Head Coach: Vacant




Baseball - Head Coach: Kurt Dreher