Author Archives: Vincent Simone

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

MAAC Weekly Recap & Power Rankings – January 17

Heading into the meat of the conference season, we are beginning to see some separation in the MAAC standings. Iona and Canisius both swept the week and currently sit in a tie atop the league standing at 5-1. Meanwhile, Siena got its first taste of life without Nico Clareth and Niagara continues to win close games. Continue reading

MAAC Weekly Recap & Power Rankings – January 10

The second week of MAAC play brought as many surprises as the first. We have a new top team this week (but one that’s been there before!) after winless Siena upset undefeated Canisius, proving just how wide-open the league is this year. There is plenty of movement in the middle of the rankings as well after Niagara evened its record at 2-2 and Manhattan dropped a pair.

With plenty to look into, let’s dive right in! Continue reading

Wright-Foreman’s Heroics Pull Hofstra From The Brink

Hofstra has been known to pull off a miracle or two this season. The Pride came through in the clutch once more Friday night with an 87-81 overtime victory over James Madison keyed by 26 points from Justin Wright-Foreman, including the game’s biggest bucket. Continue reading

MAAC Weekly Recap – Start Of League Play

The start of conference play has brought about some surprising results in the MAAC. Thanks to the unpredictable results, there is plenty of movement from last week’s rankings, including a new top team. Continue reading

MAAC Weekly Recap – December 27

These are the final MAAC Power Rankings before the start of non-conference play this week. This season, the MAAC shifted from a 20-game schedule to an 18 game slate in which each team will forego one home and one road contest. The league has played 20 games each of the last four seasons beginning with 2013-14 when Monmouth and Quinnipiac joined the league. Continue reading