Following Rice’s MAAC tournament semifinal loss last season, coach King Rice was adamant: the Hawks are going to be considered amongst the best programs in the conference.
All summer long, Chris Casey has been campaigning for Emile Blackman, his redshirt junior, to get more recognition.
Rider head coach Kevin Baggett knows his team will not sneak up on anybody this season.
Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello knows that his team will be different this coming season.
This is a guest post by Ronak Patel. If one Googles the distance from West Long Branch, N.J. to China; the algorithm churns out the following: 7,169 miles.
Marist head coach Mike Maker has a big challenge on his hands this season.
Niagara head coach Chris Casey has seen plenty of roster turnover as he enters his third season on the job, but that has hardly been a detriment to the kind of program he wants to build.
Fairfield head coach Sydney Johnson has embraced change as the Stags look to reverse a trend of two straight losing seasons.
While summers are usually reserved for recruiting with an eye towards the future, for Steve Masiello it was a very different summer.
For the first time in his tenure at Monmouth, King Rice ran into an unfamiliar problem that is all too familiar for Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference coaches.
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