Albany, N.Y. – For the third time in five years, Iona is headed to the NCAA Tournament. Continue reading “Iona 79, Monmouth 76: Gaels Are Dancing Again”
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 “Iona 86, Manhattan 73: Gaels Sweep Again”
For the first time in the Tim Cluess era, Iona has lost two conference home games in a season. Continue reading “Siena 81, Iona 78: Saints Earn Their Marquee Road Win”
NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. – Ibn Muhammad hit his first and only field goal of the game Wednesday night, but it was massive, a three-pointer that extended Iona’s lead to five over pesky Texas Southern with two minutes to go. He followed with a steal and assist for a Jordan Washington dunk that basically sealed Iona’s 22th straight home victory. Continue reading “Iona 83, Texas Southern 73: English Out, But Gaels Survive”
After Tuesday night’s performance, it was easy to label Iona as the A.J. English show. Continue reading “Iona 101, Marist 66: Gaels More Than The A.J. English Show”
It is hard to not stare at the last two Iona teams and understand how much of a fixture David Laury was. Continue reading “Iona Hopes To Use Depth, Defense To Replace Star Laury”