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America East Question Marks For 2015-16

The 2014-15 season proved and taught plenty of lessons in the America East conference. It also brought the America East Playoffs, which drew a total attendance of 21,292 fans in seven games — the most fans since the 2005 tournament.

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Albany Battles Until End, But Oklahoma A Little Too Tough

COLUMBUS, Ohio – They had most of the crowd, the entire nation of Australia, and anyone who happened to come across the heartwarming story of Peter Hooley on its side Friday night. Unfortunately, they didn’t have Big 12 size and athleticism.

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Albany’s Australian Pipeline Half A Decade Strong

Over the last three seasons Albany has been consistent for one thing in the America East: winning championships. However, this season marks the fifth straight season in which the Great Danes possessed at least one Australian on their roster.

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Oklahoma Respectful, But Not Interested In Albany Backstory

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Like some others who emerge from the mid-major shadows in March, Peter Hooley went from relatively unknown (outside the America East and Australia, of course) national figure to a household name in the time it takes for a basketball to travel 25 feet with a slight arc. But, even by the those […]

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Tommy Dempsey Extended Until 2018-19 Season At Binghamton

After three seasons at the helm, Binghamton has extended the contract of Tommy Dempsey two more seasons beyond his current contract.

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Three Thoughts: Vermont 85, Hofstra 81

Vermont remained perfect on Long Island with an 85-81 victory at Hofstra Wednesday evening in the opening round of the College Basketball Invitational tournament. The Catamounts placed five players in double figures in the balanced attack.

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Stony Brook’s Flaws Exposed In Final Minute Unraveling

It seemed as if Stony Brook was one minute away from its first NCAA tournament bid.

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Glory For Peter Hooley, Heartbreak For Stony Brook

Where do you start after Peter Hooley’s prayer with 1.6 seconds left gave Albany its third straight America East title over Stony Brook in Saturday’s title game? With Stony Brook and coach Steve Pikiell? Crushed. Devastated. Dumbfounded.

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Ryan Restivo Joins Brian Cady on Sporty 1240 AM To Break Down MAAC, America East

Ryan Restivo breaks down the MAAC tournament and America East Playoffs with Brian Cady, host of “Cady’s Corner” on 1240 AM NBC Sports Radio in Albany. We break down the most recent MAAC tournament, won by Manhattan on Monday night and the upcoming America East championship game between Albany and Stony Brook. We also delve into […]

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Stony Brook Will Know To Keep Extra Attention On Albany’s Peter Hooley

It’s easy for Stony Brook to remember why they have to pay attention to Peter Hooley when he is on the floor.

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