Expectations are high in Hartford, after all the Hawks were picked second in the America East’s preseason poll and received two first place votes. Continue reading “Hartford Embracing Expectations For Season”
The America East men’s basketball preseason rankings are out and there is plenty to dissect as we look forward to an exciting 2014-15 season. Stony Brook was picked as the favorite for the first time in school history, while also landing two players on the first team for the second straight season. Continue reading “Stony Brook Picked First in America East Preseason Poll”
John Carroll had the longest wait to play for Hartford on their five-game exhibition tour. Continue reading “Freshman John Carroll Learning The Ropes At Hartford”
The one difference on Hartford’s 11-day trip to Australia came from a familiar face. Continue reading “Hartford’s Yolonzo Moore II Healthy and Ready”
Hartford went to Australia this offseason for the second time under John Gallagher, this time though the results were a little different. Continue reading “The Latest on Hartford’s Trip Down Under”
Hartford has been known to run a large amount of their offense through junior Mark Nwakamma, though when he sat out for two games with a bone bruise in his right knee, the Hawks evolved and began to play their best basketball once he returned. Continue reading “Hartford Hawks Offense Primed for Breakout Year”
For the second time in head coach John Gallagher’s tenure, the Hartford Hawks will be heading down under.
For Hartford junior Mark Nwakamma, who ranks third in the America East in scoring, missing the last two games has felt like an eternity. Continue reading “Hartford’s Mark Nwakamma Ready To Be Back On The Court”
A 23-6 run to start the second half helped fuel Quinnipiac to an 82-77 victory over Hartford in the opening game of the Connecticut 6 Classic Saturday. Hartford carried an 11-point advantage into halftime, but within six minutes that lead had disappeared entirely. Continue reading “Quinnipiac 82, Hartford 77”
If you didn’t know any better, you’d think it was just another ho-hum win for the Mountaineers of Mount St. Mary’s.