The college basketball season begins in little over a week, but the Iona Gaels’ hiatus from their home court will last until December. Continue reading
As Iona prepares to take on Iowa State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, the Gaels see a lot of themselves in the Cyclones. Continue reading
Last year I wrote a piece commending the incredible level of consistency Iona has maintained since current head coach Tim Cluess arrived in New Rochelle in 2010. Continue reading
Albany, N.Y. – For the third time in five years, Iona is headed to the NCAA Tournament. Continue reading
Iona’s A.J. English is already one of the best players in the country, but the senior guard is taking on an increased role on the sidelines as his Gaels prep for their fourth consecutive MAAC title game tonight at 7:00 pm on ESPN against Monmouth. Continue reading
Albany, N.Y. – For the fourth year in a row, the Iona Gaels will play for the MAAC Championship. Continue reading
Albany, N.Y. – Manhattan’s reign is over. For the first time in three years, there will be a new MAAC tournament king after Siena knocked out back-to-back champion Manhattan 89-76 at the Times Union Center Saturday evening. Continue reading
Albany, N.Y. – A.J. English flirted with a triple-double as Iona ran away from Canisius 73-55 in the quarterfinals of the MAAC tournament at the Times Union Center. Continue reading
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – The scoreboard may have said Canisius was winning, and some rookies to the Hynes Center that were attending the A.J. English and Friends Show in its final home performance may have not seen what was coming.
Of course, knowing the ending didn’t make it any less enjoyable to watch for the veterans.
For the second consecutive year, Iona earned a season sweep of local rival Manhattan. The Gaels placed five players in double figures for the fourth time this season, led by senior A.J. English’s 23 points. Continue reading