Anosike Sees Great Career End

SPRINGFIELD – Siena senior O.D. Anosike may have played his final game for Siena with a 74-62 loss to Niagara but the captain said the four years have been invaluable to him.

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NEC Tournament Recap: Back to Brooklyn

The past two NEC championship games were played at LIU Brooklyn, so what was to stop the NEC from playing a third there? Saturday’s results bring the championship back to the Wellness and Recreation Center on Tuesday night. It’s going to be one heck of a show.

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Niagara Survives Siena 74-62 in MAAC Quarterfinals

SPRINGFIELD – The Niagara Purple Eagles, the top seed in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, prevailed over Siena 74-62 in a game whose intensity was only matched by its loosely called physicality. Sophomore Antoine Mason led the Purple Eagles with a game-high 21 points, his teammate Juan’ya Green iced the game with a three from the […]

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Marist’s Price Career Ends at Hands of Siena

SPRINGFIELD – Friday night marked the end of the career of Marist senior Devin Price. When Siena senior O.D. Anosike threw down a dunk to send Siena to a 70-64 win, Marist inbounded the ball and Price was standing near midcourt when Chavaughn Lewis’ final shot at the basket missed as time expired. A career […]

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Needham Wills Fairfield to 54-47 Win over St. Peter’s

SPRINGFIELD – Fairfield senior Derek Needham did not want Friday night to be his final game as a Stag. The senior put his team on his back at times, helping rally them down by as many as seven in the second half, scoring a game-high 24 points in Fairfield’s 54-47 victory over St. Peter’s. “I thought […]

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Siena Advances with 70-64 Win Over Marist

SPRINGFIELD – Siena held on to a 70-64 victory in the first game of the MAAC Tournament at the MassMutual Center, scoring the game’s final six points in a minute capped by an emphatic dunk from senior O.D. Anosike. Anosike led Siena with 24 points on 9-21 from the floor and a game-high 12 rebounds. […]

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NEC Semifinals Preview: E-Mail Discussion Style

Rather then give the fans your typical NEC Semifinal preview, John and I had a little discussion via e-mail to talk about the upcoming matchups this Saturday. In case you’re living under a rock, here are the semifinal games: Saturday, March 9th, Noon: #3 LIU Brooklyn at #2 Wagner Saturday, March 9th, 2:30 PM: #5 […]

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NIT Bracketology: Heading Into the Weekend

NOTE: You can always find the latest NIT Bracketology at the top here I wanted to give an update of the bracket heading into the weekend. What you’ll find here are some minor adjustments to the bracket that I presented last Sunday. After the final weekend of regular season play there will be an updated […]

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Young Coaches Setting a Strong Example in the NEC

Being a head coach these days in the NEC means you have to be young, energetic, and of course, hungry to succeed. This goes without saying, yet the NEC has recently become a head coach breeding ground.

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Temple Hopes To Solidify NCAA Tournament Chances

In front of a sea of orange clad Syracuse basketball fans at Madison Square Garden back on December 22, the Temple Owls pulled off their best upset of the season when they handed the Orange it’s first loss. Khalif Wyatt affirmed his position as the leader of a team that many thought may stumble a […]

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