The Stags were the 31st youngest team in all of college basketball this season and, at plenty of times, their inexperience showed.
Despite graduating two 1,000 point scorers, Stony Brook head coach Steve Pikiell said he believes he has the talent stocked to make another run at an America East championship in 2015.
The future of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference faces a big issue this week that could have a transformative effect on the league.
Darren Payen, who received his release from Hofstra University less than a week ago, has found a home at the University of Vermont.
The University of Maine bought out the contract of head coach Ted Woodward effective immediately, athletic director Karlton Creech announced today.
The chaos of conference realignment seems so far away, but it was just over nine months ago when 45 Division I programs played a massive game of musical chairs. Quinnipiac was one of those programs, making the jump from the NEC to the MAAC last July.
While the River Hawks might graduate Akeem Williams and America East Sixth Man of the Year Antonio Bivins, one senior will be returning to the program. UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette confirmed that Kerry Weldon will return to the team to exercise his final season of eligibility.
Why hasn’t someone hired Steve Prohm away from Murray State yet? That’s the question I’ve come to lately.
The news has come fast and furious for Wagner. With yesterday’s announcement that Mario Moody is transferring, the Seahawks are down to just four players from last season’s rotation. Bashir Mason has just 23% of his team’s possession minutes returning.
Halfway through the second half in their November matchup versus Wagner, Coppin State had enough of Mario Moody. Within the span of five, maybe six minutes, the super athletic 6’7” forward had thrown down several Earth shattering dunks that brought the sparse Baltimore crowd to its feet. Even though it didn’t seem possible, each successive Moody dunk […]