A Stunning Win (And Other Thoughts)

(photo courtesy: UMBC Athletics)

I thought today would be the end. I had planned on doing a roundup of all the games the NYC Buckets coverage had played in the First Round of the NCAA Tournament and beyond and that would be it. Continue reading “A Stunning Win (And Other Thoughts)”

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Takal Molson Named MAAC Rookie Of The Year

Canisius freshman Takal Molson has been named MAAC Rookie of the Year, the first Golden Griffin player to take home the award since Frank Turner shared the honor with Siena’s Edwin Ubiles in the 2006-07 season. Continue reading “Takal Molson Named MAAC Rookie Of The Year”

MAAC Weekly Recap & Power Rankings – February 21

The final week of the regular season is suddenly upon us. With the MAAC tournament in Albany quickly approaching, the final order of finish is beginning to take shape. Rider pulled out a thrilling victory over Canisius this weekend to retain its hold on the top spot in this week’s rankings, while an injury to Niagara’s Matt Scott could shift the landscape of the league. Continue reading “MAAC Weekly Recap & Power Rankings – February 21”

MAAC Weekly Recap & Power Rankings – February 14

There’s a lot to love about the MAAC as we hit the final two weeks of the regular season. Rider and Canisius have separated themselves as the top two teams in the league, and because sports are so great, we get to see the two of them square off in New Jersey on Sunday! Continue reading “MAAC Weekly Recap & Power Rankings – February 14”

MAAC Weekly Recap & Power Rankings – February 7

1) Rider (17-7, 10-2 MAAC) – 74-59 W @ Quinnipiac (2/4)

The Broncs retain their spot atop this week’s rankings after becoming the first team to reach 10 league wins. Stevie Jordan led four Broncs in double figures in the win at Quinnipiac. The sophomore point guard was 7-11 from the field, with six assists. Continue reading “MAAC Weekly Recap & Power Rankings – February 7”