Tempo-Free NEC: The First Edition

Welcome to tempo-free NEC. We’re now six games into the conference schedule and a third of the way through it’s time to start taking stock of where the league stands. While most people will tell you the league is wide open right now, a few teams have definitely separated themselves in terms of efficiency margin […]

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Three Thoughts: Quinnipiac Sweeps Manhattan in OT

Quinnipiac defeated Manhattan 90-86 in overtime at Draddy Gymnasium on Sunday afternoon. We have a full recap and Vincent Simone has three thoughts from the game.

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Three Thoughts: Siena 64, Fairfield 56

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 […]

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Quinnipiac 90, Manhattan 86 (OT)

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 […]

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Siena 64, Fairfield 56

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.

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NEC Roundup – January 25

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.

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LIU Brooklyn 75, Mount St. Mary’s 71

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 […]

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Stony Brook’s Anthony Jackson Embracing Bench Role

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 […]

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Future is Bright for John Becker’s Vermont Catamounts

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.

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Iona 95, Quinnipiac 73

It had been 49 games and 691 calendar days since the Quinnipiac Bobcats were last out-rebounded by an opponent. 

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