Blow out Kentucky and win a prize! Tennessee and Manhattan join the biggest movers in my weekly look at movement in Ken Pomeroy’s rankings.
This new NEC looks a lot like the old NEC after Saturday’s action. Once again Robert Morris and LIU Brooklyn are sitting at the top of the standings as Wagner, Bryant and Quinnipiac chase. The bottom of the standings though is getting tighter by the week as nine teams are fighting hard for just eight […]
Fordham battled hard until the final seconds, but wasn’t able to pull off a wild last-minute comeback in a 68-63 heartbreaking loss to No. 11 Butler.
How much can a rebound mean? Through two overtimes Manhattan and Iona went battled, but one bounce off the front of the rim decided everything. Rhamel Brown wanted it more and the Jaspers escaped, 74-73, at Draddy Gymnasium on Friday night.
To put it in a really cheesy way (please forgive me), love was in the air at the Knott Arena last night for Valentine’s Day, in the form of Sam Prescott’s remarkable 44 point effort. The junior set a school D-I record for most points scored in a game, while also tying a school record for the […]
With my wife out of town, I was able to keep my eye on the NEC basketball scene for what turned out to be a special Valentine’s Day recap! Enjoy… Mount St. Mary’s 84, Bryant 70 Sam Prescott had the performance of his life with 44 points on 16 of 24 shooting to help lead […]
Marist’s two win MAAC weekend, featuring a double overtime win at Iona and a home win over Loyola (MD), would never have happened without the impact the junior class had.
Take a deep breath, NEC fans. The America East conference will not be raiding your conference any time soon. Soon to be official, multiple sources have confirmed that the America East will add Division II member UMass-Lowell. UMass-Lowell, who’s been playing Division II sports in the Northeast-10 conference since 2000, will replace the departing Boston […]
While I’ll only be updating my bracket weekly, it’s that time of year again and worth tracking what teams are doing on a nightly basis. On night where there are lots of games (Wednesday and Thursday mostly), I’ll be looking at the teams that helped and hurt themselves for the NIT (and NCAA) bubble.
The craziness you see on the court in the MAAC is being reflected off of it too in the tempo-free numbers. No team has distinguished itself this season.