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Atlantic 10 Quarterfinal Live Blog

BROOKLYN – Conferences that play their tournaments at home sites have their charm, and for smaller leagues like America East and the NEC, it makes some economic sense. But there’s nothing like getting everyone together in one place. Alas, the Atlantic 10’s gathering is the last in Brooklyn, at least for three years. The ACC is […]

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Shavar Newkirk Helping Drive St. Joe’s Turnaround

This is a guest post by Ronak Patel. The humbling of a New York native is a big reason for the turnaround St. Joseph’s is experiencing this season. The play of sophomore point guard Shavar Newkirk has helped the Hawks — who won 13 games last season —  to a 23-5 overall mark, tied for […]

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St. Bonaventure 76, Fordham 72 (OT): Rams Let Chance Get Away

BRONX, N.Y. – Every loss counts the same in the standings, obviously, but Wednesday night’s 76-72 defeat in overtime to St. Bonaventure is going to sting a little longer than some of the others for Fordham.

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Saint Joseph’s 82, Fordham 60: The Hawk Is Alive And Well

Fordham once again failed to string together a winning streak in Atlantic 10 play, dropping an 82-60 decision at home to Saint Joseph’s Saturday afternoon.

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Fordham Finding Their Defensive Presence In Atlantic 10 Play

Jeff Neubauer gave his team the goal of improving on defense and through conference play Fordham has shown the ability to shut down their opponents.

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Fordham 78, UMass 72 (OT): Another Step Up Ladder For Rams

AMHERST, Mass. – In an instant gratification society, baby steps are not much noticed and even less appreciated, even if they take place on national television. Beating a UMass team that has had trouble getting out of its own way of late 78-72 in overtime before a small, mostly grumbling crowd at the Mullins Center […]

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Duquesne’s Snowstorm Journey Reminded Jim Ferry Of NYC

Duquesne’s 30-hour journey home from George Mason this weekend reminded head coach Jim Ferry of his days at LIU Brooklyn.

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Fordham Junior Jon Severe Embracing A New Mindset

For Fordham junior Jon Severe, it was easy to have a new mindset this season under first year head coach Jeff Neubuaer.

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Fordham’s Ryan Rhoomes And His Quest For Relevance

For much of his life, Ryan Rhoomes’ potential was soaring. That is, until something he never considered an issue became such an impediment his future was nearly waylaid indefinitely.

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Richmond 93, Fordham 82: Spiders Eventually Deal With Rams Pressure

BRONX, N.Y. – Sometimes a battle of contrasting styles can produce the most entertainment value for your valuable hard-earned money, and Sunday’s Richmond-Fordham clash at Rose Hill was no exception. One one side, you had the Spiders, coached by Pete Carill and Princeton educated (he does have a B.A. in English from the place) Chris […]

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