NEC Power Rankings – Version 1

To put it honestly and succinctly, the NEC has been a mess in what could be construed as the 1st inning of the 2015-16 season. As of this post, the 10 programs of the conference have combined to win 10 games in 52 tries against Division I competitors, sinking the league’s standing among the 32 […]

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Sophomore Justin Robinson leads the team with 12.8 ppg. (photo courtesy: Monmouth athletics)

MAAC Fast Break Episode 1

Ryan Restivo, Jaden Daly and Vincent Simone set off to record the first episode of our new podcast dedicated to the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.

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Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Nov. 30

What Happened Last Week: The Ivy League got off to a great start: Yale hung with Duke for a half, Penn and Columbia topped solid teams, and Princeton and Harvard beat D-I opponents by D-III scores. But the weekend was brutal for everyone not named Miles Wright.

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Sydney Johnson’s Unique Approach To Twitter

Right before the season, Fairfield head coach Sydney Johnson made an important decision outside of his basketball program.

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Albany junior Evan Singletary (photo courtesy: Steph Crandall)

Albany 88, Yale 54 : Three Thoughts

ALBANY, N.Y. – From his seat on the Yale bench, Justin Sears was constantly looking up the SEFCU Arena overhead scoreboard Sunday afternoon. Maybe he didn’t believe what he saw. Maybe he thought if he stared at long enough it would change. Or perhaps he just couldn’t watch what was actually happening on the court. […]

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Monmouth Bandwagon Is Open After 3rd Place AdvoCare Invitational Finish

For most MAAC teams in the last decade, the Orlando event is where teams’ hope usually get dealt a dash of reality, but not for Monmouth.

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North Florida 78, St. Francis Brooklyn 65 : Three Thoughts

WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – The last time reigning Atlantic Sun champions North Florida saw a team from the NEC, it was on a neutral court, just as it was Saturday at Hartford’s Chase Family Arena. Of course, there were quite a few more people in attendance back in March when Robert Morris upended North Florida […]

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Manhattan’s Steve Masiello Embracing Adversity, Injuries

For an undermanned team like Manhattan, being down 14 to Fordham with just over 10 minutes remaining might not have been the worst thing on Saturday night.

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Fordham 87, Manhattan 64: Rams Flying High In The Bronx

For the first time at Rose Hill Gym this season under first year head coach Jeff Neubauer, Fordham trailed in a game.

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John Carroll (photo courtesy: Steph Crandall)

Hartford’s John Carroll Ruled Out For The Season

Hartford confirmed the worst for John Carroll on Saturday, ruling the sophomore out for the season after he suffered what appeared to be a right knee injury on Tuesday.

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