On March 9, 2011, Robert Morris held a slim two-point advantage over LIU Brooklyn with three minutes left in overtime. Believe it or not, that moment was the closest Andy Toole has ever gotten to qualifying for the NCAA tournament as the Colonials head coach.
Columbia’s attempts to challenge Harvard at the top of the Ivy League standings are going to be a little more difficult, as two rotation players from last season will not be with the program for the 2014-15 season.
This season will be the first one in a long time where Jim Baron won’t be coaching one of his sons.
As UMass Lowell opens their second season in Division I, the main question head coach Pat Duquette has is who will play when they open the season at Ohio State.
This upcoming season is the year of the sub-6′ point guard. Iona’s Schadrac Casimir is a celebrated member of that group.
There will be plenty of adjustments that will need to be made by Vermont’s leading returning scorer.
Last season the MAAC featured a strong group of freshman guards, who look like a great group of future league stars.
Albany head coach Will Brown makes it clear to everyone who enters the program: you have to earn his trust.
Fordham’s Tom Pecora does not do tumultuous. His teams are never racked by transfers, or continually beset by suspensions. Since arriving at Fordham in 2010, Pecora always seems to have a tightest of handles on his Rams, so this offseason was an unusual one.
As a senior at Saint Peter’s Prep, slightly over 2 miles away from Saint Peter’s University, Trevis Wyche had a fan in the stands that was looking forward to having him as a teammate.