In the shadow of Robert Morris’ impressive First Four victory over North Florida last night, the St. Francis Brooklyn Terriers fought admirably at the University of Richmond. Continue reading “St. Francis Brooklyn Will Be Competitive Next Season”
St. Francis Brooklyn had all the sentimental value on their side heading into Tuesday’s NEC final. We don’t have to rehash the curse of never having been to the NCAA Tournament here, you’ve seen it, surely. Continue reading “Robert Morris Ruins St. Francis Brooklyn Party, Wins NEC”
Perhaps the only thing with more of a consensus in the NEC than Jalen Cannon winning Player of the Year is Glenn Braica being the guy fellow coaches would love to see win if they can’t. But even Braica – one of the best guys in college basketball – can sometimes reach, maybe not a breaking point, let’s call it a bending point. Continue reading “Three Thoughts: St. Francis Brooklyn 71, Sacred Heart 62”
Lucky Jones’ clutch three-pointer carried Robert Morris to a gritty road victory over St. Francis Brooklyn on Saturday evening. The win brings the Colonials into a three-way tie with the Terriers and Bryant — who lost at home to Sacred Heart. Continue reading “Many Thoughts: Robert Morris 67, St. Francis Brooklyn 65”
As good as we are with advanced statistics, we haven’t quite gotten to shots adjusted or changed yet (it’s surely coming soon). The stat sheet told part of the story Monday afternoon, as Amdy Fall finished with 11 points, 10 rebounds, and four blocks as St. Francis Brooklyn suffocated Bryant 63-47 to move to 2-0 in the NEC. Continue reading “Three Thoughts: St. Francis Brooklyn 63, Bryant 47 (The Amdy Fall Show)”
Coming off a monster upset in Miami on the opening night of the 2013-14 season, fans and pundits alike were expecting St. Francis Brooklyn to give Georgetown a run for their money in Washington D.C. this Saturday. Continue reading “Positives Emerge for St. Francis Brooklyn Despite Season Opening Loss”
Every season you can always count on several transfers — junior college or Division I — to make an immediate impact in the NEC.