There were 351 Division I basketball teams that started the 2014-15 season back in November. Only 16 will still be playing after Sunday night. And NJIT will be one of them after knocking off Canisius 78-73 Saturday night in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament quarterfinals before another full house (1.505) at the Fleisher Center in Newark.
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.
No one, least of all the players in the NJIT uniforms, wanted to leave the Fleischer Center floor Monday night. Why would they?
While NJIT has been enjoying their best season as Division I’s only independent team, and has begun the process to build a $100 million arena, it does not appear to have pressured any conference to take them in.
MAAC commissioner Rich Ensor makes sure that in every meeting with the school presidents and athletic directors that expansion is on the table.
Now, more than three months removed from the victory over then No. 17 Michigan that thrust NJIT into the national consciousness, head coach Jim Engles and the Highlanders are working towards a different goal.
When NJIT arrived at the WRAC in Brooklyn last Sunday, Jim Engles was greeted by an enthusiastic security guard who sauntered up to him and gave him a big handshake. “I used to play here for LIU,” he said. “I remember what it was like to be the little guy. I played against Terry Dehere […]
Out of context, it wasn’t a bad performance for NJIT in a 76-66 loss Friday night at Holy Cross. The Highlanders led for the entire first half and were within striking distance against a Crusader squad that was picked third in the Patriot League (and finished third last season), a conference that has had its […]
Before he was running around the Northeast covering games for Big Apple Buckets, Ray Curren ran around the country for The Mid-Majority (RIP). One of his stops was NJIT. Considering the Highlanders’ victory over Michigan and all the talk that has come from it. We’re re-running his post here today.
The nation’s lone independent team in Division I, NJIT, stunned 17th-ranked Michigan with a 72-70 victory on Saturday.
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