The Ivy League is losing a number of key players from last season, but one team that will return much of its rotation is Columbia. Still, like every team in the league in 2012-13 the Lions are going to be relying on some young talent in order to move up in the league standings.
Robert Morris Colonials: 26-11 (13-5 NEC), Lost in NEC Finals to LIU-Brooklyn, 90-73 Players Lost: G Brandon Herman (transfer) – 1.8 ppg, 1.0 rpg, 0.7 apg F Lawrence Bridges – 3.8 ppg, 3.8 rpg, 1.0 apg SG Karon Abraham (dismissed from team) – Did not play Incoming Players: Karvel Anderson, 6’2″ G – Glen Oaks CC […]
Fordham released its non-conference schedule, or at least as much as the Rams know, last Monday. It is an odd one to be sure, but it appears that there are a variety of factors driving what will be a long time on the road for Tom Pecora’s squad in the first few months of the […]
I was asked recently to write a post for another site about the Top 10 players in the NEC. That got me to thinking, “Who will be the Top 10 players next season?” A lot of talent returns in the conference, so it’s pretty easy to just use the top players from last season, but […]
Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers: 8-21 (6-10 NEC), Failed to Qualify for the NEC Tournament Players Lost: G Lamar Trice (dismissed from team) – 2 games, 10 ppg, 3.5 rpg, 3.5 apg, 3.5 spg PF Danny Thompson – 7.8 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 1.2 spg, 1.3 bpg G Chad Holley (transfer) – 3.3 ppg, 0.9 rpg, 0.9 […]
There’s lots of good analysis and writing about the New York City teams going on all over the web and ESPN jumped into the fray yesterday with a blog post by Myron Medcalf about Bashir Mason. It’s getting passed around because of this great quote: “When I hung up the phone … the only way […]
Iona made the NCAA tournament last season, but now the hard part begins. Tim Cluess returns just four players from last season’s team that lost to BYU in the first round. But he’s reloading with junior college players, transfers and a few freshmen in an effort to keep the momentum going next season.
For the 1998-99 season, the Quinnipiac Bobcats took a leap of faith by entering Division I basketball. Success was understandably difficult to achieve in the beginning, with the Bobcats consistently finding themselves near the bottom of the Northeast Conference (NEC) in their first 9 seasons. But then, Tom Moore was hired from Jim Calhoun’s staff at UConn, […]
Wagner Seahawks — 25-6 (15-3 NEC) lost to Robert Morris in NEC semifinals Players Lost: Tyler Murray (30.7 MPG, 12.0 PPG, 2.1 APG, 79.5% FT%, 49.0% 3PT%) Chris Martin (20.9 MPG, 7.1 PPG, 82.3% FT%, 31.0% 3PT%) Ryan Schrotenboer (12 GP, 2.6 MPG, 0.3 PPG, 0.4 RPG) Incoming Players: Jay Harris, 6’2″ PG — Aurora, […]
Did you enjoy watching LIU Brooklyn play Michigan State during the NCAA tournament? Did you wish that you could see the Blackbirds take on eventual national champions Kentucky instead? Well this season you’ll get your chance. In a game that should look at a lot like a 1/16 match-up, LIU is going to head to […]
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