About Vincent Simone

Vincent is a 2012 graduate of Quinnipiac University and covers the University's men's basketball program for Big Apple Buckets. You can email him at vtsimone828@gmail.com
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Villanova’s Baker Dunleavy To Be Named Quinnipiac Head Coach

Villanova associate head coach Baker Dunleavy has been tabbed as the new lead man at Quinnipiac, according to reports.

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Villanova Blowout Of St. John’s Shows Red Storm There’s Plenty To Learn

Hopes for an historic upset never got out of the starting gate, as Villanova throttled St. John’s 108-67 Thursday afternoon in the Big East Tournament quarterfinals at Madison Square Garden.

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St. John’s Survives In Big East Tournament First Round

St. John’s has its first Big East Tournament win in six years. The Red Storm took down Georgetown for the second time in as many weeks behind 17 points from freshman Shamorie Ponds, winning their opening-round contest with the Hoyas 74-73 Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden.

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Quinnipiac Fires Tom Moore

Quinnipiac severed ties with head coach Tom Moore Tuesday morning, firing the coach after his 10th season with the program, following the Bobcats’ first round loss to Niagara.

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Rookie Crawford Comes Through Late As Iona Captures MAAC Title In OT Thriller

Iona did not have a fourth-year senior to lead their charge back to the NCAA Tournament. So instead, they turned to a freshman.

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After Leaving Programs Earlier This Year, Much And Clareth Can Bring Home A Title

A pair of prodigal sons will square off in tonight’s MAAC championship game. Siena’s Nico Clareth and Iona’s Deyshonee Much each took a leave of absence from their respective programs this season, but as Monday night rolls around, they will be among the players their teams turn to in the most crucial game of the […]

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The Iona Train Keeps Rolling With A Fifth Straight Title Game

ALBANY, N.Y. – Ho-hum, Iona is headed to another MAAC title game. Just business as usual for Tim Cluess and company.

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Resurgent Long, Clutch Ogunyemi Lead Siena Into Clash Against Monmouth

Lavon Long did not see the court until Siena’s fourth game of the season, but it is the embattled senior who could make the difference in the Saints’ final games of the year.

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Iona 88, Rider 70: McGill and Casimir Carry Iona To Another Semifinal

ALBANY, N.Y. – For those considering Iona might not be at its best this weekend, you can put those thoughts to bed.

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Canisius Hopeful For Postseason Opportunity

The final chapter in Reggie Witherspoon’s first year as head coach of the Canisius College Golden Griffins may not yet be written, but their run toward a MAAC title is.

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