Columbia Wins At Cornell

There are 154 college basketball games today, which is awesome. The tricky part is that most of the New York schools played on the road this afternoon. Later I’ll have a full recap of the LIU Brooklyn – Monmouth game and cover the entire day in NEC basketball, but here are three other tough road […]

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Five Thoughts: Iona Hangs On Against Fairfield

Iona built an 11-point lead at halftime and hung on for an 84-73 victory over Fairfield on Friday. The Gaels are now 6-1 in MAAC play, but things aren’t quite perfect.

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Photo Gallery: Newtown Day at Fairfield

Photo Gallery from Sunday’s game, Niagara at Fairfield, which was Newtown Day. Over 300 kids attended the game and the Webster Bank Arena observed a 26 second moment of silence prior to the national anthem. Newtown cheerleaders cheered with the Stags cheerleaders and kids stood with both teams players for the anthem. “It was good […]

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Third NEC Thursday Ends in Exciting Fashion

Going into the third Thursday of Northeast Conference play, the major storyline was unfortunately injuries. Several players unexpectedly missed action tonight, but that didn’t stop the conference from having several fantastic finishes late. Three games improbably went into overtime, while every game was decided by no more than nine points. Let’s recap all of the […]

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Five Thoughts As St. Francis Brooklyn Falls at Home to Monmouth

The NEC continued its wacky ways on Thursday and it seems like only Bryant is immune. St. Francis Brooklyn’s 71-67 loss to a short-handed Monmouth team certainly proved it. The Hawks were playing without Andrew Nicholas, but a huge performance from Jesse Steele carried them to an important win.

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Siena Overcoming Injuries, Heads to Buffalo

The Siena Saints have faced an uphill battle for the first 17 games this season, battling more than just an 11 game losing streak.

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Wagner, Manhattan and LIU On The Road Tonight

There are 64 games on the college basketball docket tonight, including eight that involve Top 25 teams. It’s a busy night for sure and it includes four New York City teams, three of which will be on the road, plus a number of other intriguing mid-major games. Here are a few short previews of the […]

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No C.J. McCollum, No Problem as Lehigh edges American

If there was ever a time for the Lehigh Mountain Hawks to have an off-night, Wednesday night in Washington D.C. presented a perfect opportunity. C.J. McCollum was back on campus rehabbing his broken foot. Preseason All-Patriot League selection Gabe Knutson sat on the bench midway through the first half saddled with two fouls. The American […]

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‘Mild Concussion’ Will Likely Sideline Rider’s Lindsey

The Rider Broncs, riding high tied for second in the MAAC at 4-2, will be shorthanded for at least the first game in their weekend swing.

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Mid-Major College Basketball Failures: The Worst of the Worst

This season, mid-major college basketball hasn’t had quite the impact on the college basketball landscape when compared to previous years. Sure, you have programs like Gonzaga, Creighton, and Wichita State, but overall there isn’t an impressive stable to mid-major schools that are primed to mess up people’s NCAA brackets come March.

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