We have plenty of coverage from Quinnipiac’s 73-59 victory over Manhattan on Friday night. Start with Ray Curren’s recap, to Drame’s big dunk and more. Here is a photo gallery from the Bobcats win that moves them to even in MAAC play through 10 games.
For all intents and purposes, the game was over. Quinnipiac led by double digits and time was not only a factor, it precluded a Manhattan comeback with only 90 seconds left. But as Manhattan sharpshooter Shane Richards ran off screens, Zaid Hearst was still with him every step of the way, just as he had […]
For the first time in a long time, Marist looked like a functioning, healthy basketball team. However, the rejuvenated Red Foxes didn’t have enough to get past Quinnipiac. The Bobcats left Poughkeepsie with a 72-71 come from behind victory after a thrilling last-second sequence.
According to a report from Q30 Sports, the NCAA has ruled Quinnipiac junior college transfer Giovanni McLean academically ineligible to participate in basketball activities for the remainder of the season.
A visit from a struggling Marist team was just what the doctor ordered for a Quinnipiac team looking to fight its way back into the MAAC race. The Bobcats dispatched the Red Foxes 66-54 and improved to 2-4 in MAAC play while Marist still seeks its first conference victory. Here are three thoughts from Sunday’s […]
After burying Quinnipiac in a barrage of second half three-pointers Tuesday night at the Hynes Center, the assembled media grilled consensus MAAC favorite Iona about the pressure of being the league leader. David Laury did his best to dance around the loaded questions, and showed his veteran leadership by being tremendously diplomatic. “We definitely have […]
Iona, in cementing their status as MAAC favorite, dispatched Quinnipiac with an 81-73 victory on Tuesday night. The win avenges their worst loss in MAAC play in a long time and sends the Bobcats reeling, looking for answers as they start 0-4 in league play. Here are some thoughts on the only MAAC game of the […]
On the front page of their media notes (and game program), Quinnipiac proclaims – with statistical evidence attached – that it leads the nation in rebounds per game and rebounding margin, while it ranks second in offensive rebounds per game. Furthermore, if you read on, since 2010-11 the Bobcats haven’t finished lower than fourth in […]
The stakes were as high as a college basketball game on the second day of January could be. Saint Peter’s visited Quinnipiac Friday afternoon, and each team was aware the winner would be left in an 0-3 hole to start MAAC play.
In each team’s final non-conference matchup of 2014, Quinnipiac defeated Maine 81-64. The final margin may be indicative of the quality gap between these two squads, but the Black Bears showed toughness as they nearly erased a 17-point first half deficit. Here are three thoughts from Quinnipiac’s victory.
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