Almost every team in America was playing today thanks to either the wrapping up of conference season or tournaments. We’ve got tons of coverage from the MAAC tournament and the recap of Wagner’s semifinal loss. Here’s what else happened for New York City teams.
Now that we’re nine or 10 games in for every Ivy League basketball team, it’s time to start thinking about postseason awards. With two full Ivy weekends remaining a group of players have separated themselves from the pack. Like I did in the MAAC and NEC I ran the numbers to see how teams performed […]
Columbia, Manhattan and Iona all captured important victories on Friday night. Here are some thoughts from each.
Columbia heads down the New Jersey turnpike tonight to take on Princeton at Jadwin Gymnasium in a game that was supposed to be between two Ivy League contenders, but now is more of a race for survival.
NOTE: If you want the latest in NIT bracketology you can always find it here. Welcome to conference play! The NIT bracket is buzzing fast and furiously. Winning games in conference is the best way to improve your profile for the NCAA or NIT tournament brackets. Unfortunately, the locals are struggling. Yes, St. John’s and […]
Mike Brennan sits quietly on the bench watching American dissect Saint Francis University inside a calm gym. The visiting Eagles are going to win this game by 32 points. It doesn’t really matter; Brennan doesn’t sub much anyways. The first-year head coach just calmly watches his new charges patiently work through the offense in their […]
Finals week took a big bite of the action during the past seven days, so the pool for our weekly awards is a little thinner than normal. Still, there were some superb performances, including one that keeps the dream of a two-bid Ivy League alive.
Here we go again. The surprising early season play of Princeton once again has Ivy League fans dreaming of something that once seemed impossible – two bids to the NCAA tournament. Harvard was once expected to reign supreme during Ivy play, but now Mitch Henderson’s team is coming off a win at Rutgers and entering […]
Thanks to St. John’s convincing victory over Fordham at Madison Square Garden, and a lack of relative competition lately, the Red Storm are now unanimously atop the Big Apple Buckets New York Area Power Poll. Steve Lavin’s team looks like the class of the city and has a huge game coming up on Sunday against […]
Another week is in the books! St. John’s first game of the season at Madison Square Garden provided an early glimpse into what the Red Storm could be this season. Maybe (well probably) Steve Lavin’s team won’t score 1.50 points per possession during an entire game again this season, but if all the pieces are […]