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Few Surprises For All-MAAC Selections

The MAAC announced its All-Conference teams as well as All-Rookie team during the final coaches conference call of the season on Monday afternoon.

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English Shines, Williams Returns as Iona Sweeps Manhattan

Iona completed its perfect home slate with an energizing 79-75 win over Manhattan on Senior Night. The Gaels got a lift from the return of junior Isaiah Williams, who missed 12 games with a right foot injury. Williams contributed 12 points off the bench in his return.

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The Consistency of Iona

Lately it seems like Iona just does not lose.

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Previewing The MAAC Awards Race

It is that time of year again. Coaches received their ballots for the top awards in the MAAC and the announcement of the winners will come on Monday. Now it’s time to preview what those results might be.

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Three Thoughts: Iona 69, Monmouth 68 (Regular Season Champs Matter)

Our culture can be weird, man. Well yeah, of course, just take a walk down the street sometime, I know.

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Three Thoughts: Iona 60, Quinnipiac 57 (Gaels And Defense?)

That gutty, gritty Iona defense – as John Sterling might muse. Wait, what?

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Three Thoughts: Iona 70, Manhattan 67

This game deserves more than three thoughts. Iona and Manhattan battled for 40 minutes doing what each of them do best. In the end though A.J. English just did it a little bit better.

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Kelvin Amayo Arrives On Time For Iona

Poor Chavaughn Lewis.

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Schadrac Casimir May Be Iona’s Best Shooter. Ever.

When it comes to MAAC rookies, none are flashier (or smaller) than Iona’s Schadrac Casimir.

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Three Thoughts: Iona 72, Fairfield 57 (A Bit About Schadrac Casimir)

For all the talk about Iona being nicknamed Transfer U, some of it deserved, the Gaels’ success under Tim Cluess over the past five seasons has not been solely about picking up talented players that other programs may not want for various reasons.

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