The Stags were the 31st youngest team in all of college basketball this season and, at plenty of times, their inexperience showed.
Today marks the start of the MAAC tournament, and we at Big Apple Buckets thought it would be worthwhile to take a closer look at each team in their quest to represent the MAAC in the NCAA Tournament. Each team makes the trip to Springfield with a different set of pros and cons, and dealing […]
On Friday night against Marist, Fairfield head coach Sydney Johnson and the Stags will honor lone senior Mo Barrow.
It was more of a tightrope walk than a basketball game, and Quinnipiac was walking with no safety net. There was no room for error. Playing with a lineup of just seven players, any foul trouble could spell disaster. Fortunately, Quinnipiac was able to force the early foul trouble squarely on Fairfield’s shoulders and pull […]
While the Fairfield Stags have one of the youngest rosters in the MAAC, head coach Sydney Johnson can’t help but realize the regression from last season’s senior-laden group to this season’s group of young players. The third-year head coach said that on some level they haven’t been able to replace their face of the program […]
This is the first time I’ve seen the Siena Saints live and in person under head coach Jimmy Patsos. While getting a look at the Saints, I also got another look at the Fairfield Stags during Siena’s 64-56 victory at Webster Bank Arena on Sunday. Instead of John’s five thoughts, I’m going with three lasting thoughts […]
The Siena Saints came back from down as many as 11 points in the first half to pick up their first road victory of 2014, 64-56 over the Fairfield Stags at Webster Bank Arena on Sunday afternoon.
The Fairfield Stags picked a good time to end their five game losing streak and win their first MAAC game.
Fairfield’s struggles this season, a 3-13 start under third-year head coach Sydney Johnson, can be attributed to the team’s influx of youth in the lineup.
The holiday week meant that there weren’t a ton of games played, but it didn’t stop teams from moving up and down Ken Pomeroy’s rankings. In particular, one team that I saw yesterday kept falling down the rankings.