The conference season is almost halfway over, so it’s time to breakdown all of the action for January 24!
What a night of NEC action! Two of the four contests tonight found the overtime session, while the two other games came down to the final minute. Let’s recap all of the exciting action from tonight.
With six NEC games in the books, tiers are beginning to form inside the conference. With the exception of Sacred Heart, there have been few surprises (in my humble opinion) thus far. Let’s sift through the weekend action with one-third of the conference season being complete.
With 13-15 games in the books for each NEC squad, it’s time to break out an unofficial awards post! In assessing our midseason all-conference teams, we placed a little more weight on the four conference games when trying to decipher who does and doesn’t belong.
With four conference games in the books, the teams are beginning to separate into tiers that are indicative of their potential. Let’s recap all of the action from Saturday.
The first Thursday of the NEC season featured several interesting matchups, including one pitting two 2-0 teams against each other. Let’s jump right into the recap for all five games.
Then there were three. In the second night of NEC play three teams remained undefeated after the first weekend thanks to big Monday victories.
On the first Saturday of 2015, the NEC kicked off its conference season with five games. Let’s dive right into it by breaking down the action from all five.
Leadership bringing intangibles to the party, but just what are intangibles? And what exactly is leadership? Alas, even KenPom can’t help us there, but St. Francis Brooklyn gave us a pretty good idea Saturday afternoon in its NEC opener. The Terriers, picked to win the NEC for the first time (they’ve never won, either, obviously), […]
With NEC play excitedly beginning tomorrow, John and I felt now was a perfect opportunity to revise our NEC Power Rankings from a few weeks ago.
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