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Three Thoughts: Hartford 69, Binghamton 59

Always positive after games, Hartford coach John Gallagher did his best impression of Lou Holtz at Notre Dame after Wednesday night’s 69-59 victory over Binghamton at the Chase Family Arena. Holtz, if you’re too young to remember, would profusely praise each of Notre Dame’s opponents, no matter what the gap in ranking or talent might […]

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Five Thoughts: Iona 81, Quinnipiac 73

Iona, in cementing their status as MAAC favorite, dispatched Quinnipiac with an 81-73 victory on Tuesday night. The win avenges their worst loss in MAAC play in a long time and sends the Bobcats reeling, looking for answers as they start 0-4 in league play. Here are some thoughts on the only MAAC game of the […]

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Three Thoughts: Villanova 90, St. John’s 72

It felt like déjà vu in the St. John’s locker room.

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Three Thoughts On Columbia After Loss To Stony Brook

Columbia dropped its second game two local competition with a 70-61 defeat to Stony Brook at Levien Gymnasium Tuesday.

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Three Thoughts On Stony Brook After Its 70-61 Win At Columbia

Stony Book picked up its fifth straight win, and second straight road win by defeating Columbia (7-6), 70-61 at Levien Gym on Tuesday night. It was the final non-conference for the Seawolves (10-6, 1-0 America East).

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Binghamton’s Dusan Perovic Out For The Season

Binghamton’s chances in the America East saw another setback as the school confirmed that they will be without their top scorer.

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America East Stock Watch: Jan. 6

UMBC is the only team that hasn’t opened up America East play, but before the Retrievers do tomorrow at UMass Lowell, here is a breakdown of whose stock is up and down after the holiday break.

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The Script Has Flipped For Hofstra And Delaware

What difference a few months can make. Last March, Delaware was the class of the Colonial Athletic Association. Just 304 days ago, the Blue Hens dispatched Hofstra 87-76 in the CAA tournament en route to an appearance in the NCAA tournament against Tom Izzo and Michigan State.

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Three Thoughts: FDU 75, LIU Brooklyn 69

We may never be sure this season about the talent Greg Herenda has at Fairleigh Dickinson, just two years into a majot rebuilding project, and having graduated the player who led the Knights back to the NEC Tournament last season in Sidney Sanders. But just two games into the 2014-15 NEC campaign, we do know […]

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UNCW Upsets Northeastern, Shakes Up CAA Standings

After a month away from Matthews Arena, Northeastern returned home with a 9-4 record, a top-100 KenPom rating, and a billing as CAA co-favorites with Hofstra. Despite entering Monday’s game as 11.5-point favorites, however, the Huskies couldn’t handle UNC Wilmington’s quickness and defensive pressure. The Seahawks pulled away after halftime for a 75-68 victory, snapping […]

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