Instead of just spouting off Ryan P. and I’s projected NEC standings we’re doing a little different. This is the third part of an email conversation between the two of us over the course of a couple weeks. Hopefully you’ll get some more insight into why we picked each team to finish where we did. […]
Practice has officially started. Both Quinnipiac and Wagner held events last night, while Monmouth had people over to watch practice at the MAC.
Every season, the NEC produces players that generally come out of nowhere, or elevate themselves from a typical role player to a program cornerstone. Players like Scott Eatherton and Jason Brickman, for example, elevated their game last season to become valuable contributors for their respective teams.
Since taking on a full NEC schedule for the 2009-10 season, the Bryant Bulldogs have struggled mightily to compete with their conference foes – or any Division I foes for that matter – as they fully transitioned into DI basketball. The Bulldogs managed a meager nine victories versus NEC opponents in the past three seasons. […]
Conference realignment has officially reached the point where it is impacting the mid-major schools on the east coast and the main driver seems to be the Patriot League. Yes, the league better known for its academic and the excellent John Feinstein book “The Last Amateurs” is making waves with expansion.
We released our Top 10 NEC Recruits for the 2012-13 season on Tuesday. It was a challenging list to say the least, and rating how each NEC team stacked up against each other proved to be equally as difficult. We wanted to summarize our extensive recruiting research, and link all of the previous posts in […]
Bryant Bulldogs: 2-28 (1-17 NEC), Wasn’t Eligible for NEC Tournament Players Lost: None Incoming Players: Curtis Oakley, 6’4″ F – Brush Hill High (OH) Shane McLaughlin, 6’1″ G – Choate Rosemary (CT) Andrew Scocca, 6’8″ PF/C – Worchester Academy (MA) In their final season before qualifying as a fully integrated Division I program, the Bryant University Bulldogs […]
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