Ryan Peters once again joins John Templon to talk about all of the action from the first weekend of conference play in the Northeast Conference.
The opening weekend of Northeast Conference play is now in the books and Mount St. Mary’s, Fairleigh Dickinson and St. Francis Brooklyn are all still undefeated in conference play.
It’s opening day of the NEC, and I’m here to recap all of the action. Without further ado: Robert Morris 78, Sacred Heart 67 Despite a fantastic effort by Sacred Heart power forward Joe Lopez with 23 points, 16 rebounds and 3 blocks, Robert Morris won their first conference game of the season thanks to […]
Happy NEC Opening Day!! In less than a few hours, all 10 teams will begin their quest to the NCAA tournament with game one of the 21 game stretch that is the NEC regular season and tournament.
I’m not breaking any news here when I say it’s been a miserable non-conference season for the Northeast Conference. There has been a plethora of road and guarantee games to account for – money must flow to help fund these athletic departments after all – yet the results still were underwhelming. The conference finished with a 28-86 […]
As of last Sunday, Dartmouth was one of only three Division I teams (there are 351 in all) that hadn’t won a basketball game this season. That’s not exactly the way David McLaughlin wanted to start his Division I coaching career, especially one returning talented sophomore Evan Boudreaux and junior Miles Wright. The lack of […]
With nearly a month of the 2016-17 season in the books, some interesting trends – both positive and negative – have developed for some NEC programs. I’m here to look at the positive developments and make an educated determination if they’ll continue for the duration of the season or if this is nothing more than […]
Listen to Ryan Peters and I discuss the NEC in another episodes of the hit podcast NEC Fast Break. In this one we catch up with the players and teams we missed last week.
On the scatterplot of Division I head basketball coaches, Bryant’s Tim O’Shea slides toward the upper end of both the laid-back and positivity metrics, so it shouldn’t be that surprising that he was able to brush off Monday’s unfortunate mistake by freshman Ikenna Ndugba that contributes to a tough 91-90 loss at Brown Monday night. […]
Three to five college basketball games is hardly a relevant sample size, but there have been some interesting trends, story lines and awesome individual performances from the first week and a half of the 2016-17 season.
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