Better Than Ever, Wesley Saunders Leads Harvard’s Hot Start

Midway through the second half of Harvard’s game against Boston University last Monday, the Crimson were in trouble. The Terriers, who came in as double-digit underdogs, had just tied the game with a 10-2 run. Harvard’s offense stalled after a timeout as the shot clock ticked away. Handed a hot potato with a hand in […]

Read full story Comments { 1 }

Fridriksson Carries LIU Brooklyn To Third Straight Win

Elvar Fridriksson didn’t let the desperate Florida International defenders redeem their mistake.

Read full story Comments { 1 }

Three Thoughts: Quinnipiac 80, Lehigh 65

Quinnipiac coach Tom Moore knew he had seen it. At least in spurts. But maybe that was in practice or was it a scrimmage? Could he have been imagining it? Maybe Gio McLean held the key to it, but he wasn’t going to be playing this season. No, it was there in the season-opening win […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Stony Brook’s Steve Pikiell Still Figuring Out His Roster

The Seawolves have started 5-5 in their first 10 games, with just one win outside of Island Federal Credit Union Arena, but head coach Steve Pikiell knew figuring out this group was going to take time.

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Rider Looking To Convert From Inside Out

In each of the past three seasons under head coach Kevin Baggett, his Rider Broncs have played an up-and-down style.

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Delaware State’s Amere May Scores 48 In Win At St. Francis

Glenn Braica screamed for Chris Hooper to turn around. Hooper was facing the basket as he ran down the court on Delaware State’s fast break. He had no idea that Amere May was getting ready to pull up for a 25-foot 3-pointer.

Read full story Comments { 0 }

NJIT Soldiers On; Might MEAC Be Savior?

When NJIT arrived at the WRAC in Brooklyn last Sunday, Jim Engles was greeted by an enthusiastic security guard who sauntered up to him and gave him a big handshake. “I used to play here for LIU,” he said. “I remember what it was like to be the little guy. I played against Terry Dehere […]

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Stony Brook Searching Consistency From Freshmen

Each of Stony Brook’s five freshmen has become a significant part of the team’s plans through the first month of the season, but head coach Steve Pikiell would like to see more consistency as they head into conference play.

Read full story Comments { 0 }
(photo courtesy: Vermont Athletics)

Vermont Hopes To Have Hector Harold Back From Foot Injury

Vermont may be without their senior leading scorer Hector Harold for a second straight game when they face Yale on Thursday.

Read full story Comments { 0 }

Marcus Gilbert Developing Into Star At Fairfield

Fairfield head coach Sydney Johnson always knew there was something special about Marcus Gilbert.

Read full story Comments { 0 }