Why Don’t Majors Play At Mid-Majors More Often? They Might Lose

Quinnipiac got, at least by terms of conference affiliation, its biggest win in school history Sunday afternoon, toppling Pac-12 giant Oregon State 60-52 at the TD Bank Center. As with much in life, there are a couple of things that aren’t exactly what they seem in the preceding sentence. But before we get to that, let’s […]

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Three Thoughts: Virginia 76, Harvard 27

Harvard’s visit to No. 6 Virginia shaped up as one of Sunday’s most interesting showdowns, with the Crimson riding a six-game win streak and the Cavaliers still unbeaten. But it quickly became a rout, as Virginia ran up a 39-8 lead by halftime and won 76-27.

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Richards Sets Record As Manhattan Survives Bear Scare

Manhattan junior Shane Richards set a new school record of 166 career 3-pointers with a straightaway jumper a minute into the second half.

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Saint Peter’s Battling Injuries Since September

Before the season even started, Saint Peter’s knew they were in for an uphill climb.

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Three Thoughts: Sacred Heart 73, New Hampshire 60

Sacred Heart was 5-26 last season, and quite frankly had very little going for them in Anthony Latina’s first campaign, finishing 273rd in the nation in adjusted offense and even worse (297th) on defense. What does a young coach do after a season like that? Think a lot, first of all. And second, go to […]

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Five Thoughts: Columbia 82, Hofstra 77

Columbia (6-3) defeated Hofstra (7-3) 82-77 in its signature win of non-conference season. Here are five thoughts following Saturday’s contest at Levien Gym.

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Three Thoughts: Belmont 73, Fairfield 61

Defense wins championships. Maybe. Sometimes. But not at Belmont, who has won six championships in the last nine seasons (five Atlantic Sun, and one in the OVC where it currently resides) largely because it can shoot the ball better than you.

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Three Thoughts: Saint Francis U. 73, Rutgers 68

Saint Francis U. upset Rutgers 73-68 Saturday. The Red Flash are now 6-4, coming off good wins against Duquesne and Rutgers.

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Trae Bell-Haynes layup vs Siena (photo courtesy: Vermont Athletics)

Trae Bell-Haynes Learning Quickly On The Job For Vermont

For the first time in a long time, Vermont has been able to do something they didn’t do often last season, and it’s thanks to the last freshman they signed to their squad.

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St. John’s For Real? Some Signs Pointing That Way

There was surprise, but not shock when St. John’s found itself down 15 at the half Friday night against Saint Mary’s at Carnesecca Arena. After all, it was about time the Jarvis Curse – you know, the one that hasn’t seen the Red Storm win an NCAA Tournament game in 15 years – showed up, […]

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