Score one for not taking performances in early-season games too much to heart, I guess. When they came into the TD Bank Sports Center on Nov. 14, Hartford was full of pith and confidence, picked second in America East, full of veteran players (six seniors and returning all five starters), and led by All-America East […]
Dimitri Floras had yet to score a collegiate point as Quinnipiac entered the final 12 minutes of regulation trailing Albany 44-38, but a breakout performance from the freshman helped propel the Bobcats past the Great Danes 76-73 in overtime.
Quinnipiac announced that sophomore AJ Sumbry will miss the remainder of the season, while freshman Samuel Dingba will miss three to six weeks.
Quinnipiac head coach Tom Moore said afterward he would have loved to have been a fly on the wall in the La Salle huddle to see what Dr. John Giannini did to keep his team upbeat even when they were going through a hideous offensive night, trailing by double digits six minutes into the second […]
The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference went 4-9 in the season’s first three days, but there are plenty of bright spots, even in losses for some teams.
In a rematch of their CollegeInsider.com meeting in March, Quinnipiac got revenge on local rival Yale by downing the Bulldogs 88-85 in double overtime.
In a statement released by Quinnipiac University this afternoon, junior guard Giovanni McLean was declared ineligible for the start of the 2014-15 season.
Junior guard Giovanni McLean’s eligibility is officially under review in light of a recent scandal involving the forging of transcripts at Westchester Community College.
After their third 20-win season in the last five years, Tom Moore’s Quinnipiac Bobcats are ready to learn from their first year in the MAAC and use those lessons to achieve greater success in 2015.
This season every MAAC roster except for Marist will have at least one transfer. Here are five who are set to have an impact on their teams this coming season.
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