When Chavaughn Lewis scores his final point at McCann Arena on Friday night, he will be one of the best players to ever step on the floor at the town of Poughkeepsie school. The only problem: so few people saw his greatness.
Lately it seems like Iona just does not lose.
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.
Rider’s chances to win the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference took a serious blow when they officially ruled senior Matt Lopez out for the season, after he suffered a torn ACL in his right knee against Quinnipiac.
After a long week of MAAC play, here is the latest on who is up and down as the conference’s final weekend begins. Let’s quickly assess some of the tournament chances of some teams, if the season ended today.
With the MAAC’s agreement with the ESPN family of networks set to expire after the 2016-17 season, commissioner Rich Ensor doesn’t feel any pressure.
Our culture can be weird, man. Well yeah, of course, just take a walk down the street sometime, I know.
Fairfield head coach Sydney Johnson said that the Stags may have to be ready to play without junior Amadou Sidibe for the remainder of the season.
While Fairfield is hardly an offensive juggernaut, the Stags looked like one when compared to Saint Peter’s second half output, which was as frigid as the long winter has been in the Northeast.
With one more home game looming later this week against Siena, Quinnipiac used their weekend game against Canisius as an opportunity to honor their 10 senior players and staff.
John’s ThoughtsMy Tweets
Top Posts & Pages
- NIT Bracketology: Feb. 22
- Previewing The MAAC Awards Race
- NEC Recap - February 26
- The Consistency of Iona
- Herenda And FDU Humbled This Season; But Future Still Bright
- Rider Senior Matt Lopez Out For The Season With Torn ACL
- NIT Bracketology: Jan. 26, 2015 Edition
- MAAC Stock Watch: Feb. 25
- Tracking CBI and CIT Bids
- Resurgent Offense Keys Harvard's Streak