Three Thoughts: Saint Peter’s 69, Siena 55

Jimmy Patsos can be an acquired taste and while he’s nowhere near being in jeopardy of losing his job (despite what Ronnie might tell you next time you go to Draddy Gym), there is pressure at Siena that he never felt in his nine years at Loyola (MD). There just aren’t any other programs that […]

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Coach K Reaches 1,000 Against St. John’s At MSG

Mike Krzyzewski became the first coach in Division I men’s basketball history to record 1,000 career victories with a 77-68 win over St. John’s Sunday afternoon at Madison Square Garden.

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Columbia’s Offense Goes Missing In Loss To Cornell

A week after Columbia went to Ithaca and defeated Cornell to open Ivy League play the Big Red came down to Morningside Heights and returned the favor. The Lions offense looks completely lost in a 57-47 loss that dropped Columbia to 1-1 on the young Ivy season.

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NEC Recap – January 24

The conference season is almost halfway over, so it’s time to breakdown all of the action for January 24!

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Three Thoughts: Central Conn. 53, Wagner 50 (Plus Story Behind Brandon Peel’s Winner)

It was inevitable that Howie Dickenman would bring up Tate George and Scott Burrell after Faronte Drakeford and Brandon Peel pulled off the play of the NEC season Saturday night with a play eerily reminiscent of UConn’s winner in the 1990 Sweet 16 against Clemson to lead CCSU to a 53-50 win over Wagner at […]

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JMU Erases 12 Point Halftime Deficit To Stun Hofstra

James Madison led for less than two minutes, but it was enough to pull off a shocking 69-63 comeback at Hofstra Saturday afternoon.

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Yale’s Veterans Help Them Survive Brown, Move To Top Of Ivy

There was good, bad, and plenty of ugly for Yale Saturday afternoon against Brown, as the Bulldogs looked alternately confused and frustrated as a double-digit favorite against a Bears team it had run off its home court a week before. Brown didn’t even have its leading scorer and biggest offensive threat in Leland King, either, […]

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Dartmouth Shocks Harvard With Second-Half Comeback

With 13 minutes left in Saturday’s game at Lavietes Pavilion, it seemed the Crimson would follow their usual path to victory. After a gritty, low-scoring first half, the hosts had exploded out of halftime to take a 14-point lead over Dartmouth. Surely the hosts would close out the game with suffocating defense, just as they had against […]

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Many Thoughts: Robert Morris 67, St. Francis Brooklyn 65

Lucky Jones’ clutch three-pointer carried Robert Morris to a gritty road victory over St. Francis Brooklyn on Saturday evening. The win brings the Colonials into a three-way tie with the Terriers and Bryant — who lost at home to Sacred Heart.

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Photo Gallery: Quinnipiac 73, Manhattan 59

We have plenty of coverage from Quinnipiac’s 73-59 victory over Manhattan on Friday night. Start with Ray Curren’s recap, to Drame’s big dunk and more. Here is a photo gallery from the Bobcats win that moves them to even in MAAC play through 10 games.

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