After trailing for most of the game, Rashad Whack, in the face of incredible pressure, calmly swished an open three-pointer near the top of the key to guide Mount St. Mary’s to a thrilling and rather improbable comeback victory.
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The Patriot League tournament has been paired down to eight teams (sorry Loyola and Navy) and the action continues this evening. To help make sense of the madness, John was kind enough to run 10,000 simulations for this tournament to determine who has the best chance at earning the NCAA’s automatic bid. But first, a […]
Tonight the NEC kicks off its long awaiting postseason tournament, so John and I felt it was a great time to preview the 2014 NEC Tournament with an e-mail chat.
With the regular season in the rear view mirror, now is the time for John and I to release our consensus 2013-14 all-conference teams and awards. In all honestly, determining the award winners was easier than expected, while situating 15 all-conference players in their appropriate place proved to be more difficult. Nevertheless, here they are!
With only one regular season game remaining, a majority of the playoff bound NEC squads continue to fight for seeding, and in some cases, the ability to host a first round playoff game. Getting into the coveted top four of the regular season standings affords a team the opportunity to host a first round playoff game. It’s […]
On the final Thursday of the NEC regular season, several teams were jockeying for playoff position and seeding. Let’s recap all five games from tonight.
The 2013-14 season has handed Bucknell more conference losses (seven) than in the previous three Patriot League seasons combined (five). After finishing 36th in the country in defensive efficiency last season, Bucknell’s attack on that end of the floor has been far closer to average.
After another exciting night of NEC hoops, the standings are really starting to take shape with LIU Brooklyn and Sacred Heart needing a miracle to qualify for the postseason tourney. Here’s another NEC roundup of the action from the second to last Thursday of the regular season.
Two Saturdays ago American had just won their tenth straight Patriot League game under the direction of Mike Brennan. The Princeton offensive system was working! Or at least that’s what everybody waxed poetic about.
For the second weekend of February, the NEC has been broken up into two sets of games, with three on Saturday and two on Sunday. Here’s the full recap of all the action!
- NIT Bracket: March 3 March 3, 2014
- A Brief History of the NEC Tournament – Does Home Court Matter? February 28, 2014
- Big Apple Buckets NEC All-Conference Teams and Awards March 3, 2014
- Marist 103, Quinnipiac 72 March 3, 2014
- Why The MAAC Is A One-Bid League March 1, 2014
- NIT Bracket: March 7 March 7, 2014
- Iona Announces Contract Extension for Tim Cluess March 6, 2014
- Forecasting the MAAC Tournament March 6, 2014
- Postseason Tracking: March 6 March 6, 2014
- NEC Tournament Round Up: March 5 March 6, 2014
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