The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference officially announced that the format of their conference tournament will change.
This past season was supposed to build up similarly the way that the 2011 cycle of building produced an NCAA tournament team for Saint Peter’s.
Rosters are starting to settle (mostly) down and summer league is starting up. Now seems like a great time to start looking at what next season could look like in the MAAC.
Evan Conti and Justin Harris are just two of a group of Quinnipiac graduates attempting to break into professional basketball this summer.
There is one thing Siena head coach Jimmy Patsos made abundantly clear.
There is one statistic that is most likely to change for Siena, even if they do not change at all next season.
As the NCAA gets ready to assess what rule changes might occur for the 2015-16 season, Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello would like to see all but one of the new rules passed.
Sometimes the best laid plans can change drastically from year one to year two, which could not be said better for Jimmy Patsos’ rebuilding effort at Siena.
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.
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