The trend towards more pace and more points in the NEC is being led by two of the top point guards in the nation. Jason Brickman and Phil Gaetano are two of the Top 5 players in assists per game this season and are driving LIU Brooklyn and Sacred Heart to near the top of […]
Siena put together two of their best offensive performances of the season, scoring a season high 79 points at Marist and splitting two games on the weekend.
I broke a personal best this past week when I attended four NEC games in three days. I spent a majority of my Sunday adjusting to the craziness as a result, but I’d certainly do it again. I saw two-thirds of the league in action, therefore I’m ready to broadcast my thoughts, opinions, and a […]
In the fifth edition of The Mid-Major Podcast from Big Apple Buckets one of the super writers from The Mid-Majority Season 9, Ray Curren, stops by to chat about what he’s thus far while traveling around the Northeast and beyond. Of course there’s also your typical podcast fare as Ryan Peters and I dissect the […]
Continuing my series on luck. Let’s investigate if “luck” has anything to do with good “coaching”. Do our opinions about “good in-game” coaches line up with how lucky they’ve been over the past four seasons? The Top and Bottom 10 Coaches in Luck over the past four seasons (minimum 3 seasons).
New York City schools were all over the SportsCenter Top 10 last week. Here are three moments that were captured on video and memorialized on YouTube.
The NEC is almost halfway done conference play and some trends are starting to take hold. For one, there’s a big cluster at the top. Robert Morris, Bryant and Sacred Heart have finally come to meet at exactly the point we expected.
This weekend didn’t do a great job figuring out one thing, we still don’t know what team will be joining Siena, Marist and St. Peter’s on opening night of the MAAC tournament in Springfield.
NOTE: The latest NIT Bracketology can always be found from the top link here. It is updated every Sunday. A lot of conference games have been played in the three weeks since the first bracket was posted back in early January. Some teams have risen (St. John’s) and some have fallen (Seton Hall). Recent games have really […]
We’re deep in the weeds of conference play and that’s helping (and hurting) a lot of teams. That’s reflected in this week’s KenPom movement as teams are rocketing up and down the rankings. There’s a pretty big slate of Sunday action that’ll probably help next week’s rankings be pretty interesting as well.