There were 55 games on Tuesday night, so you might’ve missed some of the more interesting ones amongst the craziness. Here are five key ones for area fans to know.
NYC area mid-majors had a relatively strong week and it was represented today as leagues handed out weekly awards and many of their players were amongst the honorees. Here is a quick rundown of all the honors that were garnered.
I’ll have more about Wagner’s overtime loss to Delaware State tomorrow morning, but first I wanted to share this screen shot I took while looking to see how the Great West did tonight. Texas-Pan American and Utah Valley were both in action.
Everyone’s favorite parlor game, 10,000 sims, is back for another season. What we do here is take advanced stat projections, crunch the numbers, run 10,000 simulations of a conference’s regular season and tell you who won. If it sounds like tons of fun, well it is! We’re starting with potentially the craziest race – because […]
The Great West might not exist past this season. Even in 2012-13 it’ll be down to just five teams, but that didn’t stop CBS Sports’ Jeff Goodman from previewing the league yesterday.
Boston University is leaving America East for the Patriot League in July of 2013. That’s almost exactly a year from now and it’s going to make for one interesting final season. The biggest problem though is that it’s dragged America East right back into the conference realignment conversation. Is Stony Brook going to jump to […]
What to say about the Great West? There’s only five teams competing this season because host Chicago State’s APR is too low to qualify for postseason play. That makes this a true neutral site tournament, a first for the GWC, which has had Utah Valley host in years past. Of course hosting hasn’t helped the […]
Starting next week I’m going to be running 10,000 sims for each of the conference tournaments. As the brackets are decided I’ll be running simulations for the six conferences that this blog covers that have tournaments (oh Ivy League). This is fun because it requires me to program a whole bunch of options into my […]
After a non-conference schedule spent barnstorming the country, the Great West schools toil in obscurity during their conference season. For a while there was a nice weekly update from Storming the Floor about the conference, but currently it’s tough to find any information about what’s going on. The winner of the conference tournament (which will […]
Conference play got kicked into high-gear on Monday with some big match ups. You can checkout my recap of Manhattan’s loss to Rider in the post below, but here are some things you should know about four other key games, including two non-conference wins for Columbia and NJIT.
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