FAIRFIELD, Conn. – As LIU Brooklyn eviscerated Sacred Heart in the first half Wednesday night, a natural question to ask was where the heck this team had been all season.
The simple answer is they were there the whole way. Sometimes.
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Five minutes at the end of the first half dropped a young LIU team into a hole they couldn’t climb out of against Lehigh Saturday at the Wellness Center. The Blackbirds were unable to ever capture the lead in the second half and fell 80-76 to the Mountain Hawks. Continue reading “Three Thoughts: Lehigh 80, LIU Brooklyn 76” →
I went to Brooklyn on Thursday afternoon with the intention of writing the too early obituary on LIU Brooklyn’s season. Imagining how it might’ve started is easy: “Lost in the fading glow of LIU’s impressive three-peat is the career of the Blackbirds’ sublime point guard Jason Brickman. But even one of the best point guards in the nation isn’t quite enough to carry this team, which has been dealt so much misfortune, to a fourth title.” Continue reading “LIU Brooklyn 75, Mount St. Mary’s 71” →