Stony Brook Searching Consistency From Freshmen

Each of Stony Brook’s five freshmen has become a significant part of the team’s plans through the first month of the season, but head coach Steve Pikiell would like to see more consistency as they head into conference play.

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Vermont Hopes To Have Hector Harold Back From Foot Injury

Vermont may be without their senior leading scorer Hector Harold for a second straight game when they face Yale on Thursday.

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Marcus Gilbert Developing Into Star At Fairfield

Fairfield head coach Sydney Johnson always knew there was something special about Marcus Gilbert.

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Tim O’Shea Close To Finding Bryant’s Optimal Rotation

For a team residing in a one-bid conference, the final months of the calendar year are about lineup and rotation construction more so than wins and losses.

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New York City Power Poll: Dec. 15 Edition

Now that we’re almost a month into the season it’s time for the first Big Apple Buckets Power Poll! This season we’ve invited all of Big Apple Buckets’ growing editorial staff along with A Daly Dose of Hoops’ Jaden Daly to contribute their top 10 for the city and it’s nearby surroundings.

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Three Thoughts: St. John’s 74, Fordham 53

Bevon Robin was at Madison Square Garden. Not in person, though the former Fordham guard may have caught his Rams take on St. John’s in the stands. What I mean is that the Johnnies’ play, early in the first half of Sunday’s game, was so uninspired that the intra-city match-up had the makings of a […]

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This Week in America East GIFs: Dec. 15

While most America East teams and players are taking breaks for final exams, here are some of the best GIFs of the week from America East play.

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Ivy League Weekly Roundup: Dec. 15

What Happened Last Week: Nearly half of the Ivy League’s nine games came against major-conference foes, and most of those were interesting: Brown upset Providence, Columbia scared No. 1 Kentucky, Princeton did the same to California, and Yale lost at Florida. (More on those games below.) The Ancient Eight was 3-2 in its other games, […]

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This Week in MAAC GIFs: Dec. 14

While most MAAC teams are starting to take breaks for final exams, the best MAAC GIFs did not take a break for this week. Here are a few of the best plays, animated, from the last week in MAAC basketball.

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Papale’s Three-Pointer Foils Quinnipiac Again

Boston University and Quinnipiac may not seem like natural basketball rivals, but their non-conference series has been plenty entertaining. Their prior four meetings all went down to the wire, and in each of the last two, a late three-pointer propelled the Terriers to victory. So in the waning seconds of Sunday’s tie game, when John Papale […]

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