When the Iona Gaels squandered a 24-point lead in Dayton against BYU in the first round of the NCAA tournament, it meant an end of one season, but it meant much more to Sean Armand.
Prior to the start of the season, I had the chance to ask players from Stony Brook and Vermont on where they feel the toughest place to play in the league is on the road and why. Both teams are riding season-high win streaks into their first meeting on Friday night at Pritchard Gym on […]
In only his second season, Stony Brook sophomore Jameel Warney has established himself as an annual favorite for the America East Player of the Year award. A powerful 6’8″ power forward, he’s been unstoppable since he first stepped onto the court against New Hampshire and scored 18 points in his America East debut.
When UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette was dealt injuries to freshman Jahad Thomas and senior Antonio Bivins over the summer, he knew he needed bodies to practice when the fall came.
NOTE: If you want the latest in NIT bracketology you can always find it here. Welcome to conference play! The NIT bracket is buzzing fast and furiously. Winning games in conference is the best way to improve your profile for the NCAA or NIT tournament brackets. Unfortunately, the locals are struggling. Yes, St. John’s and […]
Another week of MAAC results has left us with a four-way tie for first place. Manhattan, Iona, Canisius and Quinnipiac can all make a claim to the title at the moment. Of course some of those positions are more equal than others.
With six regular season conference games in the books, now is the perfect time to break out the first ever edition of the Tempo Free Patriot League! There have been some major surprises (Army, American, Lafayette) thus far, but what do the tempo free numbers tell us? Let’s dive right in. Efficiency Margin (Offensive Efficiency – […]
It was a mixed week in the area as teams in and around New York City battled for position in their respective league standings. Three of the MAAC teams we cover are currently tied for first place in the conference. Wagner and St. Francis Brooklyn are lurking in the NEC and all of a sudden […]
One of the biggest reasons the UMass Lowell River Hawks have started 3-2 in America East play has been the return of senior Antonio Bivins.
St. John’s captured a 14-point victory over Dartmouth at Carnesecca Arena on Saturday, but the Red Storm are still 10-8 and winless during Big East play. The entire season has been characterized by new starting lineups and trying to fit together mismatched pieces.
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