Entering the MAAC tournament, the hottest team in the conference was not Iona, Manhattan or any of the top five seeds, it was the Niagara Purple Eagles.
Kelvin Amayo may have been the flashiest player in the entire Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference last season.
The Metropolitan Basketball Writers Association announced the winners of their Division I basketball awards today and in general the voters, of which I’m one, seem to have done a credible job.
Quinnipiac probably couldn’t have asked for a better first two seasons in the MAAC after transitioning from the Northeast Conference.
Kevin Baggett walked away from the MAAC tournament with one thing he wanted and one thing he didn’t.
For a team that won the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference’s last two straight regular season titles, the Iona Gaels still feel like a team with unfulfilled potential.
Canisius officially announced that sophomore Zach Lewis, who led the team with 12.5 ppg this past season, will transfer.
Sydney Johnson took an unconventional route to finding his two newest assistants, after letting go of associate head coach Tony Newsome and assistant Martin Bahar, finding two coaches he faced off on the sidelines against in the MAAC.
After repeating as MAAC tournament champions, it seemed natural that Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello’s name would show up in the weeks leading to the Final Four.
After winning 41 games in his first two seasons at Fairfield, the last two seasons have been a struggle, winning just seven games in each of the last two seasons.
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