One reason for optimism at Vermont is that the Catamounts won more than 20 games without the use of what could be their most dynamic freshman recruit from last season.
It has been just over three weeks since Fordham hired head coach Jeff Neubauer to replace Tom Pecora, but even in the time before his hire one factor has been lingering over the program.
Kelvin Amayo may have been the flashiest player in the entire Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference last season.
The Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association announced the winners of their Division I basketball awards today and in general the voters, of which I’m one, seem to have done a credible job.
Quinnipiac probably couldn’t have asked for a better first two seasons in the MAAC after transitioning from the Northeast Conference.
After getting back home fewer than 36 hours after their CBI semifinal loss to Louisiana Monroe, Vermont head coach John Becker had a clear plan of what he wanted from his group the next few weeks: nothing.
Kevin Baggett walked away from the MAAC tournament with one thing he wanted and one thing he didn’t.
For a team that won the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference’s last two straight regular season titles, the Iona Gaels still feel like a team with unfulfilled potential.
When the final buzzer rang on the America East quarterfinals, it put an end to an up and down third season for head coach Tommy Dempsey at Binghamton.
Canisius officially announced that sophomore Zach Lewis, who led the team with 12.5 ppg this past season, will transfer.
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