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Norwood’s Keady leading the way for Bentley team

Sean Keady holds Bentley’s career record for stolen bases with 93.
Sean Keady holds Bentley’s career record for stolen bases with 93.Jim Hogue

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Sean Keady never ceases to impress longtime Bentley University baseball coach Bob DeFelice.

“He has an engine that doesn’t stop and he goes about 150 miles an hour from the moment he hits the field,’’ said DeFelice of the Norwood High product, who owns the single-season and career stolen base records at Bentley.

The junior center fielder, who has batted out of the leadoff spot since his Little League days, is a sparkplug for a Bentley squad (26-17 overall, 18-9 Northeast-10) that held a slim lead in the conference’s Northeast Division entering the final three regular season games against University of Massachusetts Lowell this week. He is leading the Falcons in runs (38) and triples (3) through 43 games and was second on the squad with a .280 average, .354 on base percentage and 52 hits.

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