Rather than have John and I release our consensus NEC individual awards, we decided to give each of us a say in who we would choose. As you’ll see, there was some disagreement for a couple of the categories, and we here at Big Apple Buckets support the First Amendment! Onto the five major awards…
The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference and their fans will descend once again on Springfield, Massachusetts to determine basketball champions at the MassMutual Center.
It was the year of parity and unpredictably in the NEC, and that notion certainly extends out to our all-conference awards. There are several worthy candidates, so it was a challenging exercise for John and I to sort out our All-NEC first, second, and third teams. For our individual awards, including Player of the Year, […]
In the tenth episode of The Mid-Major Podcast we dive into talking about conference tournaments. The NEC and America East are covered in detail, including an interview with Stony Brook head coach Steve Pikiell.
NOTE: NIT Bracketology is updated daily now. You can find the latest here. Championship fortnight is here! The best four weekends of the college basketball season are upon us. The next two weeks will be pressure packed with teams trying to get into the postseason and then we’ll get two excellent weekends of action.
The Albany Great Danes came in to Stony Brook looking to do something none of their other conference members had done this year: win a game at Pritchard Gym.
Monday we will find out the All-MAAC Teams from first to third, including the candidates for Player of the Year. Until then, John and I give our picks for the first three teams. The MAAC has, in the past, had a six man first team before but we will do top three teams with 15 […]
Before John and I go over our actual individual awards tonight and on Monday, I wanted to present our fictitious All-NEC Surprise team. Since some of these players may not crack the all-conference team – although some may very well – allow me to call attention to some players who have unexpectedly provided significant value […]
Guest blogger Jesse Kramer of The Catch and Shoot Blog sent in this guest post from Columbia’s Senior Night on Saturday.
There wasn’t too much movement this week in the rankings as teams wrapped up conference play. With seasons wrapping up though we can start to look back at where KenPom definitively missed on a couple teams and why. Towson and Old Dominion both find themselves on the opposite sides of the season long lists and […]