The phoenix you see rising from the ashes is the NIT hopes of the Northwestern Wildcats. Some of you may know that the reason I started doing NIT Bracketology was because as a Northwestern graduate I wanted a good understanding if my alma mater was going to make it into the one tournament they had […]
This past August was only six months ago, but to Anthony Latina and his Sacred Heart Pioneers, last summer must feel like an eternity right about now. On August 21st, the new-look Pioneers had just completed a successful international trip to Canada where they ran, scored and executed an exciting new brand of basketball. It […]
Siena’s game plan was to be the more physical team Saturday night. They executed that plan from start to finish, and it was exactly what doomed them in their 103-95 loss to Quinnipiac in overtime at the Times Union Center in Albany, NY.
With four games on the slate for the first Saturday of February, we’re here to once again recap all of the action.
Step off the Metro North train in New Rochelle and you know you’re not in New York City anymore. There are apartment buildings, a McDonald’s, and a CVS on the main drag, but it’s nothing like the Bronx, which is just nine miles away.
A career night for Zaid Hearst was not enough to overcome the potent Canisius offense as the Golden Griffins defeated Quinnipiac 86-74 Thursday night at the TD Bank Sports Center. After setting a career-high with 25 points at Manhattan earlier in the week, Hearst bested that total with a new record of 33 against Canisius. […]
David Tompkins. That was the name Fairleigh Dickinson head coach Greg Herenda gave when asked if he had seen anyone improve as much as Sidney Sanders, Jr. had from last season.
Robert Morris is desperately trying to sneak away from the pack. The Colonials got all the breaks they needed to take a commanding two-game lead in the conference and have all the other contenders fade away. Of course as that was going on, the race for the critical third and fourth seeds in the league […]
Right now Wagner is LIU Brooklyn’s worst nightmare and the Seahawks proved it again on Thursday night at the Steinberg Wellness Center.
Frantz Massenat posted a career-high with 32 points and fell just one assist shy of a double-double as he powered Drexel to a 77-74 victory over Hofstra Wednesday night at the Mack Sports Complex in Hempstead, NY. Zeke Upshaw led the Pride with 27 points, but it was not enough to get past Drexel and […]
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