America East Weekly Roundup: Feb. 9

As the America East continues to be dominated by Stony Brook, we are going to switch things up for a few weeks after this edition of the weekly roundup.

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Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Yale Alone In 1st Place

What Happened Last Week: Yale beat Columbia to become the last unbeaten team as Brandon Sherrod set an NCAA record. Princeton stayed a game back with two killer first halves. Home teams went 7-1, and even the loss was a near upset.

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Fairfield 80, Manhattan 70: Stags Do The Simple Things To Roll

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. – Fairfield’s two leading scorers (and only two averaging double digits) – Marcus Gilbert and Tyler Nelson – combined for just two points (both Nelson’s), the Stags committed 13 turnovers, and … had a 16-point lead at the half over Manhattan Sunday afternoon? Manhattan battled back from there, but was never quite able […]

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Juan’ya Green Becomes Fourth To Score 1,000 At Two Schools

Hofstra’s star point guard Juan’ya Green joined one of the most exclusive clubs in NCAA basketball during Sunday afternoon’s 98-95 OT loss at James Madison.

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Yale 83, Cornell 52: Longest Win Streak in 59 Years For Bulldogs

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – Cornell’s plan was pretty simple, really. After all, the Big Red’s biggest strength – pressure defense at a high tempo – coincided with Yale’s seemingly glaring weakness – turning the ball over at an alarming rate. It worked for a few minutes, Makai Mason’ offensive foul was Yale’s fifth turnover just […]

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Saint Joseph’s 82, Fordham 60: The Hawk Is Alive And Well

Fordham once again failed to string together a winning streak in Atlantic 10 play, dropping an 82-60 decision at home to Saint Joseph’s Saturday afternoon.

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Yale 86, Columbia 72: Sherrod Can’t Miss, Bulldog Offense Can’t Be Stopped

NEW HAVEN, Conn. – There was a time not long ago when the vaunted Yale offense was not so vaunted. In their last two games before Christmas break, the Bulldogs put up 0.94 and 0.89 points per possession in losses to Illinois and USC. Yeah, those are BCS schools, you say? Well, in the game […]

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Transformed Vermont Still Leans On Ethan O’Day

It seems adversity has been finding Vermont every step of the way this season.

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UNCW 70, Hofstra 67: Pride Blow 20 Point Lead

As Ameen Tanksley’s 3-pointer fell through the net, one thing was certain: Hofstra was rolling. The redshirt senior’s trey gave the Pride a 38-18 lead with 2:24 remaining in the first half as Hofstra blasted full speed ahead through UNCW’s defense like the Titanic through the Atlantic.

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Sacred Heart 74, St. Francis Brooklyn 70: Gutty, Gritty Pioneers

FAIRFIELD, Conn. – In the sometimes alternate universe that is the NEC, a 10-game losing streak like Sacred Heart endured in November and December is not all that concerning. There were a couple of bad losses in there and the defense was porous at times, but Tevin Falzon was just getting back into form, and, […]

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