Good news: Sacred Heart was able to secure a home game for its opener Friday night.
Bad news: It was against Bill Carmody and Holy Cross, a veritable nightmare to prepare for in the first hurdle out of the gate, especially on the offensive end, where the Pioneers were sure to see a seemingly indefatigable variation of purple jerseys in front of them, changing with each possession.
Continue reading “Holy Cross 69, Sacred Heart 64: Three Thoughts”
The St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers unveiled their new look to the Remsen Street faithful on Monday night and showed that there is still work to do. Continue reading “3 Thoughts: Lafayette 74, St. Francis Brooklyn 72”
The road was a tough place to be for most of the local teams on Sunday. Hopefully Feast Week can give every team some much needed home cooking. Continue reading “About Last Night: Nov. 20, 2016”
Two-time Ivy League Player of the Year Justin Sears is gone. Brandon Sherrod is no longer in a Yale uniform. Neither are Nick Victor, Khaliq Ghani, and, yes, Jack Montague. Continue reading “Yale Finds a Way to Keep Home Streak Alive”
It wasn’t quite as close as last season, but for the second season in a row LIU Brooklyn escaped a tight contest against Loyola (MD) with a victory. Continue reading “LIU Brooklyn Edges Loyola (MD) at Barclays”
By Corey Johns, So Much Sports Baltimore
The first time Andre Walker stepped onto the court for the Loyola (MD) you could tell he was going to be a special player who would one day compete for All-Conference recognition. Continue reading “Looking Ahead To 2016-17 With Loyola (MD)”
WEST POINT, N.Y. – The Army basketball team seemed to hit every bump and pothole in the road the last two seasons, derailing one of the best senior classes ever to play at West Point. Continue reading “Smooth Road Hits Holy Cross Wall, But Army Not Quite Done”
Under Mike Brennan, American has been nearly unstoppable in the Patriot League Tournament. In 2014, the No. 2-seed Eagles ran through three games with ease, thrashing No. 1 Boston University in the final. Last year, coming in as the sixth seed, they upset two teams before a two-point loss to Lafayette in the final. Continue reading “American 69, Boston University 64: Eagles’ Postseason Magic Continues”
Army won’t finish with the Patriot League’s best record, and there’s a good chance it will play every playoff game on the road. But the Black Knights are surging at the right time — having won five straight after Tuesday’s win at Boston University — and they might be the team no one else wants to face next week in the Patriot League Tournament. Continue reading “Army 80, Boston University 71: Black Knights Rolling”