STONY BROOK, N.Y. — Hartford played loose, as promised, but when they exited the floor after the game’s first 20 minutes it felt like a lost opportunity. Continue reading “Hartford’s Upset Run Falls, But Hawks Will Be Back”
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Hartford Loose And Ready For Stony Brook In America East Semifinals
Hartford became the only team in the short two-year history of the America East Playoffs to upset a team in the quarterfinal round. Continue reading “Hartford Loose And Ready For Stony Brook In America East Semifinals”
America East Quarterfinal Recap – Hartford’s Stunner
The start of the America East tournament was defined by a major stunner in Albany as the Hartford Hawks dethroned the three-time tournament champion Great Danes. Continue reading “America East Quarterfinal Recap – Hartford’s Stunner”
UMass Lowell 85, Hartford 83: Size Not Stopping River Hawks
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – If you walked into Chase Family Arena with five minutes left in Wednesday’s game between UMass Lowell and Hartford, you’d be excused for thinking you’d stumbled upon a high school game.
With George Blagojevic and Jack Hobbs already fouled out, Hartford coach John Gallagher called upon sophomore walk-on Mark Plousis. At 6’5”, Plousis probably played plenty of post at Cardinal O’Hara in Philadelphia (the same high school Gallagher attended), but when he was the tallest player on the floor in a Division I basketball player for either team in crunch time, it was more than a little strange.
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Pancake Thomas Providing Instant Impact At Hartford
Cleveland ‘Pancake’ Thomas received his release from New Mexico on April 23, 2014 and he knew exactly where he wanted to transfer to. Continue reading “Pancake Thomas Providing Instant Impact At Hartford”
Stony Brook 77, Hartford 43: Seawolves Doing All They Can Right Now
WEST HARTFORD, Conn. – The problem for Stony Brook when it comes to this part of the season is no matter what they do, people will come back with, “Well, it’s not March yet, is it?”
We’ve gone over the postseason heartbreak for the Seawolves in America East and also the inherent ways in which the system is unfair to them, but what Stony Brook has done in the last few days has to impress you a little, no?
Two days after destroying New Hampshire, considered to be at least the fourth-best team in the conference, in Durham 80-50 and holding the Wildcats to 0.85 points per possession, Stony Brook came down to Hartford and they not only didn’t give the Hawks hope, they didn’t let them score en route to a 77-43 pummeling, holding Hartford to 0.65 ppp in the process.
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