This season could be a season of freshmen for the America East. The conference will add plenty of young talent and almost every team has a player capable of making an impact on the league this season. Here are the top five freshmen to watch, listed in alphabetical order.
The one difference on Hartford’s 11-day trip to Australia came from a familiar face.
Hartford went to Australia this offseason for the second time under John Gallagher, this time though the results were a little different.
When looking at preseason projections one thing we’ve tended to use here at Big Apple Buckets is returning possession minutes (RPMs). The idea of the statistic, which is calculated by adding up the total of each player’s minutes percentage and possession percentage, is that it really tells you what’s coming back.
Six returning upperclassmen are on Hartford’s roster, which means the Hawks are without one expected returnee for the 2014 season.
Now is the perfect time to pre-order the Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook, out for its 34th edition. It contains the most in depth previews for almost every college basketball team.
During the end of most interviews with a coach I haven’t talked to a lot, I try to ask them – if they didn’t go down the path of coaching, what do they think they would be doing as a career.
In his third season, UMBC head coach Aki Thomas will welcome two transfers into the program and both could have an impact right away.
The story is all too familiar by now for coaches in the area: the summer is for booking home games.
Vermont will have time to gain experience in August while they bring in a roster filled with six freshmen.