To the extent that the Manhattan Jaspers will be able to defend their 2014 MAAC tournament championship may depend on whether they get a waiver for Cincinnati transfer Jermaine Lawrence.
It was almost therapeutic for Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello to get back onto the basketball court and lead workouts.
Manhattan will reinstate Steve Masiello to their head coaching position, the school officially announced today.
Earlier this month, Gotham Hoops hosted the inaugural Gotham Hoops Invitational at Farmingdale State College. The event was a showcase for over two dozen Men’s College Basketball seniors in the Tri-State area. Participants included a diverse array of players from local Division I, II, and III schools. The players were separated into four teams and […]
The controversy over Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello’s education history quickly gained national attention, overshadowing the school’s first NCAA tournament run in a decade.
The All-MET award winners have been announced and D’Angelo Harrison of St. John’s is the recipient of this season’s Haggerty Award. The award is given to the best Division I men’s basketball player in the New York City area as voted upon by the media. Full award winners and my personal vote are below.
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.
Whether you think it was the right or the wrong thing for Manhattan to reinstate Steve Masiello, upon the condition that he complete his undergraduate degree over the summer, you have to realize Manhattan was backed into a corner on this one: one of their own making.
After three seasons and a turnaround at Manhattan as head coach it appeared that Steve Masiello was primed for a move to South Florida until his past caught up to him.
Manhattan announced this afternoon that head coach Steve Masiello on leave while he attempts to fix a discrepancy on his resume.