Hofstra Ready to Enter a New Era

“It’s a new time and a new team.” Officially, that was the slogan of last year’s Hofstra team. A team in transition. A team with a new head coach. A team that routinely played with a short lineup.

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Siena’s Marquis Wright Knows How To Improve In 2nd Season

Sophomore Marquis Wright led the Saints in more ways than one last season.

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UMass Lowell Seizes Opportunity With Graduate Transfer Marco Banegas-Flores

UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette has been adamant that he would like to build his program from the ground up.

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Rysheed Jordan’s Summer Workouts Fuel His Sophomore Transformation

St. John’s guard Rysheed Jordan doesn’t speak with media often.

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Hart, Lewis Adjusting To Mike Maker’s System At Marist

Marist senior Chavaughn Lewis and redshirt sophomore Khallid Hart have been getting used to changes in the way they play.

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Canisius Zach Lewis Taking On Mentorship Role

Considering the Canisius roster, sophomore Zach Lewis is a grizzled veteran. After all, he is the team’s returning leading scorer after a senior-laden team graduated.

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Big Apple Buckets NEC Preseason Individual Awards

Earlier this offseason we posted a “Way Too Early”  all-conference assortment on the NEC, so now John and I are making it official.

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Albany Working On Building Chemistry With New Group

As two of the key parts of Albany’s last two America East championship runs, senior Sam Rowley and redshirt junior Peter Hooley know what it takes to win a title.

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Andy Toole Hopes to Solve the NEC Tournament Puzzle

On March 9, 2011, Robert Morris held a slim two-point advantage over LIU Brooklyn with three minutes left in overtime. Believe it or not, that moment was the closest Andy Toole has ever gotten to qualifying for the NCAA tournament as the Colonials head coach.

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Meiko Lyles And Zach En’Wezoh Leave Columbia Basketball Program

Columbia’s attempts to challenge Harvard at the top of the Ivy League standings are going to be a little more difficult, as two rotation players from last season will not be with the program for the 2014-15 season.

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