FAIRFIELD, Conn. – We can debate the relative merits of the CIT and whether it belongs in the current college basketball landscape, but the fact is that Fairfield and New Hampshire had 2015-16 campaigns that deserved some kind of recognition, even though neither could get past their respective conference semifinals. For the host Stags, it […]
WEST LONG BRANCH, N.J. – The Monmouth University men’s basketball team, a 90-80 winner over Bucknell in an opening round NIT game Wednesday, probably won’t be lacking for incentive in Round 2.
As Iona prepares to take on Iowa State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the Gaels see a lot of themselves in the Cyclones.
On March 9, NCAA selection committee chair Joe Castiglione said that Monmouth would be one of the teams that would be discussed throughout the selection process.
Last year I wrote a piece commending the incredible level of consistency Iona has maintained since current head coach Tim Cluess arrived in New Rochelle in 2010.
ALBANY – Iona celebrated beating Monmouth 79-76 on Monday night by cutting down the nets at the Times Union Center.
Albany, N.Y. – For the third time in five years, Iona is headed to the NCAA Tournament.
ALBANY – Iona became the thorn in Monmouth’s side on Monday night, as they became the first team this season to beat the Hawks twice.
Monmouth senior Deon Jones stunned everyone Sunday afternoon when he returned to the Hawks’ starting lineup after missing five games with a broken hand. But the return may not have happened without another injury at the game’s highest level.
Iona’s A.J. English is already one of the best players in the country, but the senior guard is taking on an increased role on the sidelines as his Gaels prep for their fourth consecutive MAAC title game tonight at 7:00 pm on ESPN against Monmouth.
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