UMass Lowell’s Antonio Bivins Returns to Boost Riverhawks

One of the biggest reasons the UMass Lowell River Hawks have started 3-2 in America East play has been the return of senior Antonio Bivins.

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St. John’s Lineups: A Little Bit Of Everything Leads to Nothing

St. John’s captured a 14-point victory over Dartmouth at Carnesecca Arena on Saturday, but the Red Storm are still 10-8 and winless during Big East play. The entire season has been characterized by new starting lineups and trying to fit together mismatched pieces.

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Stony Brook to Return Anthony Jackson on Monday

On Monday, Steve Pikiell and Stony Brook will return senior captain Anthony Jackson to the roster after a three-game suspension. “Thank god he’ll be back,” Pikiell said after Saturday’s 70-65 victory over UMass Lowell, referring to Jackson’s return Monday at UMBC.

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Quinnipiac 85, Niagara 71

An 11 point first half from Zaid Hearst helped Quinnipiac pull out to an early lead as they won comfortably over the Niagara Purple Eagles on Saturday afternoon to improve to 6-2 in MAAC play. Niagara’s Antoine Mason, the nation’s leading scorer, was held in check for the first half, but finished with a game-high […]

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Stony Brook 70, UMass Lowell 65

Stony Brook, playing without senior Anthony Jackson for a third straight game, needed every contribution from the team to deliver a 70-65 victory over UMass Lowell on Saturday night at Pritchard Gym.

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Columbia 71, Cornell 61

One win. No losses.

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Steve Masiello pumped up on the Manhattan bench.

Steve Masiello Critical of Manhattan’s Effort in Loss

Third-year head coach Steve Masiello said there were no silver linings in the Manhattan Jaspers 71-67 loss at Fairfield on Saturday at Webster Bank Arena. “There was no effort, our effort was horrible,” Masiello said. “That was one of the worst efforts I’ve seen from this basketball program since I’ve been the coach. One of […]

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Fairfield 71, Manhattan 67

The Fairfield Stags picked a good time to end their five game losing streak and win their first MAAC game.

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NEC Round-Up: January 18

The second Saturday of NEC play offered a number of intriguing match-ups, including all three of the league’s top teams playing on the road. Each of them managed to survive, but what else of note happened and what should you be looking for as the season continues?

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Bowman Developing into Key Piece for Iona

One of the key reasons the Iona Gaels were able to win three games in three days in March was Tre Bowman’s contribution in the MAAC championship game against Manhattan.

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