9 - Malcolm Bean
Malcolm Bean
Height: 6-1
Year: Gr.
Hometown: Rochester, N.Y.
High School: McQuaid Jesuit
Position: OH
Major: Nuclear Science and Engineering
Team: Pace Bootleggers Volleyball Club

2012: Played in 41 sets...49 kills...17 blocks...registered nine kills, a .471 hitting percentage, and an ace against York (N.Y.) (2/12)...recorded four blocks versus Newbury (4/10)...MIT Scramble Tournament all-tournament team.

2011: Played in 21 sets...43 kills...11 blocks...posted nine kills and two aces versus Philadelphia Biblical (4/2)...notched four digs at Wentworth (1/11)...recorded three blocks against Lesley (1/13) and Newbury (1/18).

2010: Did not play due to injury.

2009: Played in 33 sets...96 kills...0.255 hitting percentage...22 blocks...tallied 20 kills versus Hunter (2/14)...registered five blocks against Elms (2/28)...NECVA All-Academic Team.

2008: Played in 73 sets...197 kills...0.285 hitting percentage...10 aces...44 blocks...season-high 19 kills vs. Rivier (3/15)...earned two aces against Southern Vermont (3/6) and Johnson & Wales (3/13)...collected six digs versus Southern Vermont (3/6)...recorded four blocks against Endicott (2/5), Milwaukee School of Engineering (2/27), and Wentworth (4/1).

Off the Court at MIT: Majoring in nuclear science and engineering...completed an internship as a General Electric Energy Financial Services analyst.

Why I Chose MIT: Our university motto mens et manus, meaning "Mind and Hand", exemplifies why I decided to attend MIT. After visiting several universities it was very clear MIT was the best place to develop my quantitative acumen and problem solving skills. MIT equally stresses the theoretics behind science and engineering, which is critical for fundamentally analyzing any system, and the ability to fully apply those theories to real problems.

High School: A 2007 graduate of McQuaid Jesuit High School...recipient of Coach's Award during his junior and senior seasons.

Club: Pace Bootleggers Volleyball Club (two years).

Personal: Son of Ursula Burns.