Road Teams Control NEC Saturday

Road teams ruled the day on Saturday in the NEC as five of the six games went to the guys on the road. There were also a number of big upsets and an ugly day for New York City.

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Columbia and Manhattan Both Lose on the Road

Friday night offered an opportunity for Columbia and Manhattan to both get road wins and get back on track. Sure the Lions and Jaspers were playing away from the comfy confines of Levien and Draddy Gymnasiums, but they were playing at Penn and Siena, two teams that have struggled this season.

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Iona’s Troubling Collapse At Niagara

It happened again.

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Sydney Johnson’s Journey to 100 Wins

In his sixth season as a head coach and his ninth season in coaching after a prolific playing career at Princeton, Fairfield head coach Sydney Johnson earned his 100th victory with a 61-54 win over St. Peter’s Sunday. Johnson is 100-78 over six seasons at two schools. He is 34-25 at Fairfield after going 66-53 […]

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St. Peter’s Breaks Eight-Game Losing Streak in Overtime

A guest post from Ray Floriani, who got to see an unexpectedly exciting MAAC game on Thursday night in Jersey City.

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NEC Thursday: Bryant All Alone in First Place With Four Teams Right Behind

In what amounted to another wild night of NEC hoops, Bryant pulled back ahead into first place all by themselves, after their road win and Sacred Heart and Robert Morris’ losses. Let’s dive into all the action from the fifth Thursday of the NEC schedule. LIU Brooklyn 82, St. Francis (PA) 62 In easily the […]

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Velton Jones Goes Down, Brent Jones Steps Up In SFC Win

Just 1:41 into St. Francis Brooklyn’s game against Robert Morris everything changed. In an NEC season full of injuries down went RMU’s star point guard Velton Jones. He was clutching his shoulder. Jones, one of the toughest players in the NEC, tried to return but couldn’t go. Without him the Colonials’ defense struggled and the […]

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Winning Mid-Major Stats (Part I – Pythag)

Gary Moore may have moved to South Carolina, but he’s still going to a ton of college basketball game and writing on The College Hardwood. (He’s even got South Carolina season tickets.) Recently he wrote about Stats The Likely Correlate Into Success (Part I). It’s a really interesting read.

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Iona’s A.J. English Out for the Season

Iona freshman guard A.J. English, who has missed the last two games with a wrist injury has been ruled out for the season, head coach Tim Cluess said.

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Young Niagara Purple Eagles Taking Hold of First in MAAC

One of the youngest teams in college basketball has built a 9-1 conference record in the veteran-heavy MAAC.

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