This is the first time I’ve seen the Siena Saints live and in person under head coach Jimmy Patsos. While getting a look at the Saints, I also got another look at the Fairfield Stags during Siena’s 64-56 victory at Webster Bank Arena on Sunday. Instead of John’s five thoughts, I’m going with three lasting thoughts […]
Leading by 10 with 5:33 Quinnipiac appeared to be in perfect position to earn a season sweep of Manhattan, the team selected No. 1 in the preseason MAAC standings. The only problem was the Jaspers didn’t see it the same way. Manhattan stormed back, but the Bobcats showed excellent composure down the stretch as they […]
The Siena Saints came back from down as many as 11 points in the first half to pick up their first road victory of 2014, 64-56 over the Fairfield Stags at Webster Bank Arena on Sunday afternoon.
Saturday in the NEC helped Robert Morris separate itself a little more from the pack, but the Colonials have a big game coming up against Bryant. Here’s the full rundown of what happened in the league.
I went to Brooklyn on Thursday afternoon with the intention of writing the too early obituary on LIU Brooklyn’s season. Imagining how it might’ve started is easy: “Lost in the fading glow of LIU’s impressive three-peat is the career of the Blackbirds’ sublime point guard Jason Brickman. But even one of the best point guards […]
Senior Anthony Jackson appeared to be in the right place at the right time to save the Seawolves Friday night. After a lead as large as 17 was cut to six, the senior drained a three-pointer to answer the run. Then, after Vermont freshman Kurt Steidl nailed a contested three-pointer by Jackson on the other […]
For a team that is the America East favorite and filled with six seniors, John Becker has been watching the team’s future show up before his eyes.
It had been 49 games and 691 calendar days since the Quinnipiac Bobcats were last out-rebounded by an opponent.
Much like John’s famous five thoughts, I’ll borrow from him for five postgame thoughts on Stony Brook’s 67-64 victory over Vermont on ESPNU late Friday night. Watching Vermont for the first time in person, after picking them first in the America East for the ESPN Insider season preview, this national TV game was great to […]
In a battle of the top two America East teams, the Stony Brook Seawolves never trailed to the Vermont Catamounts, though they came awfully close. Vermont closed the deficit to three twice late, but clutch plays by the Seawolves pushed them to 6-0 in conference play with a 67-64 victory Friday night under a sold […]
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