- Spanish freshman David Ramon adjusts to life in Chicago
- Graduations and injury at Valparaiso create opportunities for new and returning Crusaders
- Top 25 Rankings, Preseason Edition 2014-15
- Mid-Major Rankings, Preseason Edition 2014-15
- Illinois College Basketball Rankings, Preseason Edition 2014-15
- UIC players throw down jams at preseason dunk contest
- Loyola star Milton Doyle tears labrum, could need surgery
- UIC newcomer D’Juan Miller frontrunner to land starting point guard spot
- 2014-15 Big East Preview: Villanova leads the pack, Georgetown returns to relevance
- 2014-15 WAC Preview: Who can challenge New Mexico State?
All posts tagged "NYC Basketball"
LIU-Brooklyn Completes First-Ever “Three-Peat” As NEC Tournament Champions
By Jesse Kramer Behind a career-performance from C.J. Garner, LIU-Brooklyn knocked off Mount St. Mary’s in the NEC title game at the WRAC, 91-70, to complete the first three-peat in NEC tournament history. Garner, a senior guard...
- Posted March 13, 2013
Chris Gaston Era Ends With A 74-55 Loss To Temple
By Jesse Kramer Fordham’s basketball season at Rose Hill Gym closed on a sour note with a 74-55 loss to Temple on Wednesday night. It was the Rams’ 10th loss in a row, and their seventh by...
- Posted March 7, 2013
Senior Night Ends In Disappointment for Columbia
I was at Columbia’s Senior Night yesterday, where the Lions lost a heartbreaker to Brown. You can read my recap at Big Apple Buckets. Columbia led by 11 points at halftime, but Brown got hot in the...
- Posted March 3, 2013
Richmond Spoils Fordham’s Senior Day; Columbia Ends Losing Streak With Defeat of Penn
By Jesse Kramer Richmond 72, Fordham 55 After nearly upsetting the Butler Bulldogs in their last home game, Fordham (6-22, 2-11 A10) came out flat on Saturday afternoon. The Rams fell behind a few minutes into...
- Posted February 23, 2013