Almost every team in America was playing today thanks to either the wrapping up of conference season or tournaments. We’ve got tons of coverage from the MAAC tournament and the recap of Wagner’s semifinal loss. Here’s what else happened for New York City teams.
Alex Rosenberg lay back in his chair during Columbia’s postgame press conference. The Lions had just sealed their first winning season in the Ivy League since 1993. Tomorrow they will be playing for their 20th win of the season.
Now that we’re nine or 10 games in for every Ivy League basketball team, it’s time to start thinking about postseason awards. With two full Ivy weekends remaining a group of players have separated themselves from the pack. Like I did in the MAAC and NEC I ran the numbers to see how teams performed […]
As Steve Frankoski stepped behind the three-point line and lined up another attempt, the air was sucked out of Levien Gymnasium. The crowd frozen in time.
Columbia, Manhattan and Iona all captured important victories on Friday night. Here are some thoughts from each.
Columbia heads down the New Jersey turnpike tonight to take on Princeton at Jadwin Gymnasium in a game that was supposed to be between two Ivy League contenders, but now is more of a race for survival.
One win. No losses.
This is a guest post from John Pudner on mid-season Value Add. You can check out his work on the site. But here’s a dive into some of the teams. (Please note: Low-major is a distinction that Pudner uses to designate the divide in his player rankings. I’m not a huge fan of the moniker, […]
Columbia may not be the best team in the Ivy League heading into conference action, but they are certainly one of the most methodical, fascinating teams out there.
Columbia head coach Kyle Smith likes to compare his team to Mohammad Ali. They fight with patience, but when given an opportunity to attack, they don’t shy away.