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Baker Dunleavy Introduced At Quinnipiac

The Baker Dunleavy era has officially begun. The former Villanova associate head coach was officially introduced as the new head coach at Quinnipiac University Tuesday afternoon.

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Villanova’s Baker Dunleavy To Be Named Quinnipiac Head Coach

Villanova associate head coach Baker Dunleavy has been tabbed as the new lead man at Quinnipiac, according to reports.

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About Last Night: March 18, 2017

Behind the scenes of the NCAA Tournament there was some CIT and NIT action yesterday as well, including a matchup of two programs that like to run and play offense (and haven’t known this type of winning for awhile).

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About Last Night: March 17, 2017

St. Patrick’s Day didn’t bring any luck for mid-majors, but there were some great games. Unfortunately the NYC-area teams are dropping like flies.

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About Last Night: March 15, 2017

It was a light night for the conferences we cover, but that all changes tomorrow! A quick look at some excellent CollegeInsider.com Tournament action.

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Team Selection And Seeding Is Broken, Here’s How To Fix It

Illinois St. left out of the field completely. Monmouth not even considered. Princeton needing an automatic bid. Wichita St. a 10 seed. Thanks to the NCAA Tournament selection committee’s focus on RPI derivatives (not even the metric itself) the accomplishments by mid-majors are consistently undervalued.

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About Last Night: March 14, 2017

Now that the postseason has kicked off it’s the return of “About Last Night.” I’ll take a quick look at how the teams in the area and conferences we cover fare in the postseason until they’re all eliminated. And we know at least a few will have some more games!

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Quinnipiac Fires Tom Moore

Quinnipiac severed ties with head coach Tom Moore Tuesday morning, firing the coach after his 10th season with the program, following the Bobcats’ first round loss to Niagara.

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Rookie Crawford Comes Through Late As Iona Captures MAAC Title In OT Thriller

Iona did not have a fourth-year senior to lead their charge back to the NCAA Tournament. So instead, they turned to a freshman.

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After Leaving Programs Earlier This Year, Much And Clareth Can Bring Home A Title

A pair of prodigal sons will square off in tonight’s MAAC championship game. Siena’s Nico Clareth and Iona’s Deyshonee Much each took a leave of absence from their respective programs this season, but as Monday night rolls around, they will be among the players their teams turn to in the most crucial game of the […]

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