I apologize in advance for quoting one of my favorite bands from my college days, but “I wish you would step back from that ledge, my friend.” Continue reading
Hofstra’s two seniors from last year – Brian Bernardi and Deron Powers – took part in the Gotham Hoops Invitational April 22 at Long Island Lutheran High School, facing off against each other in the event’s first contest. Continue reading
Basketball never stops. Especially when attempting a foray into a professional career overseas. Continue reading
Over the past 10 days, two noteworthy All-NEC first teamers—Elijah Long and Quincy McKnight—decided to go elsewhere to finish their collegiate careers. Though they haven’t signed with a new program as of this posting, the general consensus is that both players will up-transfer. Continue reading
I have been playing around with clustering to try and realign college basketball into something that makes a bit more sense than our current conference configurations. I’m not sure I’ve succeeded, but here’s my first attempt. Continue reading
The North Carolina Tar Heels are the 2016-17 national champions thanks to their hard fought 71-65 victory over Gonzaga in an incredibly sloppy final. Continue reading
The CollegeInsider.com Tournament championship trophy will be hopping just across the river from Manhattan to Jersey City, as Saint Peter’s defeated Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 62-61 to take home the title. Continue reading
Last week, the NEC lost three very promising young players in sophomore guard Nisre Zouzoua (Bryant), sophomore center Josh Nebo (Saint Francis U.), and freshman forward Braden Burke (Robert Morris). Yesterday, we learned sophomore guard/forward Isaiah Still is leaving the Colonials as well.