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Vermont’s Ernie Duncan Resting Up And Ready

One reason for optimism at Vermont is that the Catamounts won more than 20 games without the use of what could be their most dynamic freshman recruit from last season.

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Vermont Looks To Get Stronger To Build Off Strong Season

After getting back home fewer than 36 hours after their CBI semifinal loss to Louisiana Monroe, Vermont head coach John Becker had a clear plan of what he wanted from his group the next few weeks: nothing.

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Binghamton Ready To Turn The Corner

When the final buzzer rang on the America East quarterfinals, it put an end to an up and down third season for head coach Tommy Dempsey at Binghamton.

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America East Cautious Of New NCAA Autonomy Structure

While the new autonomy five power structure of the NCAA appears to be moving towards supporting cost of attendance for student-athletes, the America East conference will be cautious in instituting any league wide structure to support it.

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Free Throws Key For Stony Brook’s Next America East Run

It is hard to be as close as Stony Brook was to their elusive first NCAA tournament berth without getting there.

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Maine’s Bob Walsh On His Experience In Lebanon

While most of the college basketball world was fixated on postseason play last weekend, Maine head coach Bob Walsh was on the other side of the world.

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Bill Herrion Confident In His Future At New Hampshire

After tying the school record for victories with 19 and being a buzzer beater away from beating top seeded Albany in the conference semifinals, New Hampshire head coach Bill Herrion appears to be in an enviable position.

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Stony Brook junior Jameel Warney finishes over Tanner Leissner with his left hand.

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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