Columbia Rolls Into CIT Finals Carrying Ivy League Flag

After beating NJIT somewhat handily 80-65 Sunday night in the semifinals of the CIT, Columbia coach Kyle Smith talked about how great the Ivy League has been. “The league’s good. I was really happy for Yale,” Smith said. “I feel like sometimes it’s like ‘if a tree falls in the forest’ thing because that’s how […]

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Columbia Setting Records As It Advances In The CIT

The cracks were starting to show in Columbia’s season. The Lions were down seven points to Ball State with six minutes to play and Isaac Cohen was on the bench with four fouls.

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Ivy League Weekly Roundup: #2BidIvy!

Recapping the news from a historic week in Ivy League basketball:

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Yale’s Run One For The Ages, And They Knew It

“Don’t cry because it’s over. Smile because it happened.” – Dr. Seuss PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Like many other seniors in March after a loss that ended their collegiate careers, Brandon Sherrod fought back tears on the postgame NCAA Tournament podium as he was peppered with questions that ranged from inane to sentimental. However, in Sherrod’s […]

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Stony Brook associate head coach Jay Young (center) instructs the Seawolves huddle during a timeout.

Why Stony Brook’s Next Coach Has To Be Jay Young

One week after their first America East championship victory, the Steve Pikiell era came to an end.

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Heroes Of March

Kemba Walker and C.J. McCollum are names every college basketball fan knows. Walker willed him team to an NCAA tournament title, while McCollum was the phenomenon that took down Duke.

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Notre Dame 70, Michigan 63: V.J. Beachem Comes Up Clutch For Irish

BROOKLYN — Notre Dame junior V.J. Beachem found the right time to come up big. 

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Yale To Let It Ride In Showdown With Duke

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – Most economists and game theorists are adamant that “house money” is a fallacy. No matter how much of a run you’re on or how much you have exceeded what you started with, it makes no sense to risk what you have blindly with little hope of increasing your lot.

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Stephen F. Austin 70, West Virginia 56: Thomas Walkup, Lumberjacks Outrun Mountaineers

BROOKLYN — In a physical slugfest of matching styles, Stephen F. Austin managed to distance themselves from West Virginia in the second half.

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One Afternoon In March (Doesn’t Mean More Than That)

72-70 (OT). 70-51. Immediate referendums on difficult decisions made in a closed off room? Or the result of two days and nights of random events?

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