Hartford has been known to run a large amount of their offense through junior Mark Nwakamma, though when he sat out for two games with a bone bruise in his right knee, the Hawks evolved and began to play their best basketball once he returned.
For the second time in head coach John Gallagher’s tenure, the Hartford Hawks will be heading down under.
For Hartford junior Mark Nwakamma, who ranks third in the America East in scoring, missing the last two games has felt like an eternity.
Hartford head coach John Gallagher said on Tuesday that he is not sure if junior Mark Nwakamma and sophomore Evan Cooper will play against Albany when they resume America East play on Saturday.
With half of the America East conference schedule finished – eight teams played their eighth league game last night – now is the perfect time to break out some tempo-free numbers.
The Hartford Hawks have embarked on an unusual first week, head coach John Gallagher has pushed the team over the last week with a trip to Florida Gulf Coast followed by a tip with Fairfield 36 hours later. After those two games, which the Hawks split with a victory at Fairfield, the team did not […]
Sophomore Evan Cooper tied a career-high scoring 18 points off the bench and making four of Hartford’s 10 three-pointers Friday night as the Hawks used a 43-point second half to lead the Hawks to a 74-60 victory in their home opener over the Fairliegh Dickinson Knights at Chase Family Arena Friday night. Wes Cole and Yasin […]
A 23-6 run to start the second half helped fuel Quinnipiac to an 82-77 victory over Hartford in the opening game of the Connecticut 6 Classic Saturday. Hartford carried an 11-point advantage into halftime, but within six minutes that lead had disappeared entirely.
Last March, the Hartford Hawks participated in a postseason tournament for the first time in 30 seasons, hosting Rider in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament. They inevitably lost, yet the postseason appearance was a proud moment for head coach John Gallagher and his players.
Coaching near the bottom of the Division I is tough and the rankings for America East prove exactly that fact. There are probably three or four jobs in the conference where a head coach can make a name and move up towards a brighter future.