It was exactly one year ago today that Chris Casey was hired to be Niagara’s 21st head coach in school history.
This postseason I sat down with Quinnipiac head coach Tom Moore reflecting on his team’s first year as a member of the MAAC. The Bobcats vastly outperformed expectations, finishing third in league play after being picked to finish seventh in the preseason coaches poll. Despite recording their third 20-win season in the last five years […]
Three is a very pertinent number for the next Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference tournament site.
Using a similar methodology to how I figured out just how much Penn underperformed last season I went ahead and built predictor models for specific conferences using returning possession minutes (RPM) data.
Three key transfers are on the way for Rider and they should help head coach Kevin Baggett improve his team’s overall depth and efficiency.
After a second place finish during his first season, Kevin Baggett’s Rider Broncs appeared ready to capture that momentum and contend for a top-five seed in MAAC play in 2014.
The Stags were the 31st youngest team in all of college basketball this season and, at plenty of times, their inexperience showed.
The future of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference faces a big issue this week that could have a transformative effect on the league.
The chaos of conference realignment seems so far away, but it was just over nine months ago when 45 Division I programs played a massive game of musical chairs. Quinnipiac was one of those programs, making the jump from the NEC to the MAAC last July.
How quickly a year goes by. Just around this time in 2013 Marist was looking for a head coach when Jeff Bower’s name emerged as a potential candidate.