For an undermanned team like Manhattan, being down 14 to Fordham with just over 10 minutes remaining might not have been the worst thing on Saturday night.
After Manhattan won their second straight conference championship game, head coach Steve Masiello said he credited RaShawn Stores with the game plan to win.
Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello knows that his team will be different this coming season.
While summers are usually reserved for recruiting with an eye towards the future, for Steve Masiello it was a very different summer.
Once upon a time Shane Richards was overlooked by almost everyone, now though he enters his senior season at Manhattan with the chance to become an incredibly decorated collegiate player.
The Basketball Tournament is a crazy combination of Hoosiers, $1 million, ESPN and a ton of basketball dreams.
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.
After repeating as MAAC tournament champions, it seemed natural that Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello’s name would show up in the weeks leading to the Final Four.
Steve Masiello found it hard to not express his disappointment on being labeled a 16 seed as soon as Selection Sunday hit, even before he learned of a trip to Dayton.
The All-Metropolitan Men’s Basketball ballots were due yesterday. I’m a big fan of transparency, so for that reason I’m posting my full ballot here.
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