HAMDEN, Conn. – New season, same old Quinnipiac. The Bobcats crashed the offensive glass and attempted to pound North Carolina Central into submission. But, oh, that outside shooting, 309th nationally a year ago. Wait, that’s a nine next to Quinnipiac’s made three-pointer number on the boxscore? Hmmm. In fact, while the season is just four […]
The third time was the charm for Quinnipiac, as the Bobcats picked up their first victory of the season 62-56 over Holy Cross Sunday afternoon after faltering in their first two contests of the year.
Not even the debut of Gio McLean could lift Quinnipiac to their first win of the young season.
You never get a second chance to make a first impression (might as well get all the cliches out of the way on Opening Day), but in the mid-major basketball world, particularly for the six teams competing at the Connecticut 6 Friday night, first impressions will mean very little in the end. Unless Yale […]
College basketball is finally upon us and I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the Connecticut 6 (CT6) basketball tournament, an event that allows the 6 mid-major Division I teams from the Nutmeg State to face off in three games.
Chaise Daniels and Donovan Smith projected to solidify Quinnipiac’s frontcourt after losing Ousmane Drame and Justin Harris to graduation last spring.
Two years ago, when Quinnipiac made the jump from the NEC to the MAAC, head coach Tom Moore was asked what the biggest difference between the leagues was.
Former Quinnipiac guard Evan Conti has signed a pro deal with Hapoel Be’er Sheva in Israel. The team is new to the Israeli National League, the second tier of basketball competition in Israel.
Rosters are starting to settle (mostly) down and summer league is starting up. Now seems like a great time to start looking at what next season could look like in the MAAC.
Evan Conti and Justin Harris are just two of a group of Quinnipiac graduates attempting to break into professional basketball this summer.
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