Niagara was a better team last season than the one that won just seven games, and two of those reasons were Wesley Myers and Ramone Snowden.
Entering his second season, Niagara head coach Chris Casey has quickly remade the roster.
The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference will open conference play on perhaps the earliest date in its history.
Plenty of MAAC head coaches have had obstacles put in front of them; none may be greater than those Chris Casey has had to face just two seasons after Niagara won the regular season title. When the Niagara Purple Eagles open their 2014-15 season, their regular season championship will feel like the distant past.
“Start Packing, You Leave Tomorrow.”
The last time Niagara head coach Chris Casey saw Antoine Mason was when he received his bachelor’s degree in finance from the University on May 10. At that time, Casey was under the impression that Mason would return for his final season of eligibility and did not have any other reason to think otherwise.
Redshirt junior Antoine Mason has decided to transfer, after completing his degree in finance in the spring, and will look to play his final year of eligiblity elsewhere.
When Niagara head coach Chris Casey dissects the reason the Purple Eagles were struggling defensively he points to one statistic.
It was exactly one year ago today that Chris Casey was hired to be Niagara’s 21st head coach in school history.
Three thoughts from Quinnipiac’s 89-80 victory over Niagara in the final quarterfinal game of the MAAC tournament.
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