Vermont and Albany are atop the America East standings with 3-0 records, but they will not meet for the first time until Jan. 28. Here are the plays from the first full week of 2015 America East conference play.
What Happened Last Week: Princeton and Harvard opened Ivy League play with victories over their travel partners (see more below). Columbia and Yale dropped non-conference games to Stony Brook and NJIT, respectively. Cornell and Princeton dispatched midweek foes at home, and Brown’s offense sputtered in a 1-1 week.
Iona, Rider and Monmouth are atop the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference standings at 4-1, again like we all had it in November. Here are the latest on whose stock is up, and whose is down after another week of MAAC play.
A visit from a struggling Marist team was just what the doctor ordered for a Quinnipiac team looking to fight its way back into the MAAC race. The Bobcats dispatched the Red Foxes 66-54 and improved to 2-4 in MAAC play while Marist still seeks its first conference victory. Here are three thoughts from Sunday’s […]
Jalen Cannon was well on his way to earning his first ever trip to the Northeast Conference semifinals. After chasing down yet another Mount St. Mary’s miss near the baseline, Gregory Graves undercut Cannon, sending the 6’5” forward sprawling to the floor. A referee’s whistle blew, and just like that the St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers […]
Iona, Monmouth and Rider are atop the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference standings at 4-1, with Manhattan a half game back. The first full week of 2015 saw plenty of great plays, let’s look back on the week in MAAC in animated form.
Newer fans to the Ivy League may not realize this, but sticking the Penn-Princeton (and Harvard-Dartmouth) games in a slot before the rest of the league starts in a new phenomenon. In fact, its only two years old, Princeton beat Penn on Jan. 12, 2013 to open their Ivy campaign. As early as the 2008-09 […]
With four conference games in the books, the teams are beginning to separate into tiers that are indicative of their potential. Let’s recap all of the action from Saturday.
Saint Peter’s coach John Dunne had tried yelling, stomping his feet, making nearly wholesale substitutions, calling time outs, giving people the silent treatment, and who knows what else I couldn’t see from the other end of the court in Saturday afternoon’s MAAC clash with Rider. With seven minutes remaining, Rider’s Teddy Okereafor drove the lane, […]
A wise man once said “It’s like déjà vu all over again.”
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