After losing games in the final minute at UConn and Albany to finish a season-opening seven-game road trip, the Columbia Lions returned home to Levien Gymnasium to play Quinnipiac. And lost in the final minute.
Rich Kelly’s layup with 4.4 seconds remaining on the clock gave Quinnipiac an 89-87 victory in a shootout over the Lions. Columbia is now 1-7 on the season, while the Bobcats are 3-6 in Baker Dunleavy’s first season.
Continue reading “Columbia Falls to Quinnipiac on Final Play”
Mark it down as a week to forget for the MAAC, which went a combined 5-16 since our last recap. A few programs picked up their first wins of the season while others suffered some losses where “disappointing” would be an understatement. With a great deal of action – including a few tournament appearances – left to summarize this week, let’s dive right in: Continue reading “MAAC Weekly Recap – Thanksgiving Eve”
For the first time since 2012, Quinnipiac will take part in the Paradise Jam tournament. Unfortunately when the Bobcats tip off against Colorado in their opening-round game later this evening, sandy beaches and palm trees won’t be waiting just outside the doors. Continue reading “Quinnipiac’s New Pieces Prepared For Test In Paradise Jam”
Less than a week into the season is the perfect time for overreactions, right? Continue reading “MAAC Weekly Recap – Opening Week Ups and Downs”
Outlook: A new coaching staff, a slew of fresh faces, and a handful of returners begin a new era of basketball in Hamden. Continue reading “34 Teams in 34 Days: Quinnipiac”
Enter the point guard. In Baker Dunleavy’s first year at the helm in Hamden, Quinnipiac will turn to another fresh face to facilitate its offense. Continue reading “Quinnipiac Freshman Rich Kelly Poised To Take Over The Point”
There have been plenty of changes at Quinnipiac over the past four months: new players, a new court, and of course a new coach. As Baker Dunleavy has settled into his new role taking over for Tom Moore as lead man in Hamden, his Villanova background has steadily taken root with the Bobcats. Continue reading “Baker Dunleavy Bringing Villanova Mentality To Quinnipiac”