On Wednesday, USA Today began its series of profiling every team they project will make the 2014 NCAA tournament. And wouldn’t you know it, team #68 is the NEC’s own Robert Morris Colonials!
You’ve got to beat the best to be the best. Too bad the Big East doesn’t even want to enter the ring.
More than 400 players in each of the last two seasons have decided to transfer, which accounts for slightly less than 10% of all the scholarship spots in Division I basketball. Despite those rates being similar with student transfer rates, nowhere has this transfer culture become more prevalent than the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference.
Shivaughn Wiggins, the reigning NEC rookie of the year has been granted his release from Mount St. Mary’s. The 5’10” combo guard averaged 9.6 points, 2.2 rebounds, 2.2 assists, and 1.2 steals per game during his rookie campaign.
When Jamion Christian accepted the head coaching position at Mount St. Mary’s last March, he saw that only one scholarship was available for his 2013-14 roster. With this in mind, Christian scooped up Khalid Nwandu last November to occupy the scholarship vacated by a soon to be graduating Raven Barber. Still, Christian and his staff […]
This week, the Patriot League announced plans to create the Patriot League Network, a free online service that would stream the conference’s sporting events to anyone with a computer or mobile device. With the help of Campus Insiders Partners, the league will digitally broadcast the league’s sporting events in high-definition (HD) quality.
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For a program on the rebuild, the third season of a head coach’s tenure typically serves as a pivotal year. By season three, much of the roster has been turned over to the coach’s liking, and those grizzled veterans from the old regime have absorbed and embraced the new coach’s philosophy.
The NCAA adopted the rules from the Men’s Basketball Rules Committee, chaired by St. Peter’s head coach John Dunne, for the 2013-14 season on June 18. Amongst the rule changes were a change to the block/charge rule, a tweak to the rules on contact with the elbow and late game monitor reviews in the second […]
If you’re a fan of any Patriot League sports team, then today was a good day for you. That’s because the conference has announced the creation of the Patriot League Network with the help of Campus Insiders Partners.
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