Yale 75, Dartmouth 65: Chasing Pesky Elephants Out Of The Room

HANOVER, N.H. – Everyone knew about the elephant in Leede Arena, but when he sat down behind the Yale bench early in the second half, the Bulldogs decided they’d had quite enough. The Bulldogs were overdue for a bit of a comeuppance, coming into Dartmouth with a 60.4 eFG% in Ivy League play complete with […]

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Harvard 79, Brown 73: Crimson Snaps Losing Streak

When you’re on a five-game losing streak, style points mean nothing. Harvard’s 79-73 win over Brown wasn’t pretty, featuring ubiquitous foul trouble, weird lineups, long stoppages, and did I mention fouls? But it was a win nonetheless — the first in four weeks for the Crimson, pulling them out of the Ivy League cellar.

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Columbia Beats Penn, Princeton Looms

This isn’t how Columbia normally does things.

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New Hampshire Breaks Through Against Albany

This is a guest post from New Hampshire student Sam Donnelly who was at UNH’s victory over Albany last night.

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Manhattan 84, Quinnipiac 77: Jaspers Turn Up The Pressure

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Rebounding And Defense Lead LIU Brooklyn Past Wagner

A dominating performance on the glass and the defensive end earned LIU Brooklyn a convincing 82-69 victory over Wagner at the Steinberg Center on Thursday night.

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Saint Peter’s Seeks To Capitalize On Chance For Top 5 MAAC Seed

While the season has been up and down for Saint Peter’s head coach John Dunne, they know there is an opportunity to clinch a bye in the MAAC tournament in front of them.

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UMBC Seeks To Shake Close Game Blues

If UMBC is going to turn around their tough start to America East play, head coach Aki Thomas knows exactly what they need to do to fix it.

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St. Bonaventure 76, Fordham 72 (OT): Rams Let Chance Get Away

BRONX, N.Y. – Every loss counts the same in the standings, obviously, but Wednesday night’s 76-72 defeat in overtime to St. Bonaventure is going to sting a little longer than some of the others for Fordham.

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Boston University 71, American 51: Terriers’ Shooting Takes Over

When American met Boston University for the first time this season, the teams were a combined 1-7 in conference play, both reeling from critical injuries. Fast-forward a month, and in true Patriot League fashion, everything has changed: Both squads had leapt up the standings, winning four of their last five games before Wednesday’s meeting.

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