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Northeast Conference Tournament Preview

March 6th, 2008
NEC

Robert Morris the favorite to win automatic bid
By Raphielle Johnson

Patriot League Tournament preview

March 5th, 2008
Patriot

Patriot League Preview
American has home court, but will it matter?
By Raphielle Johnson

Daily Dribble: 3/9

March 9th, 2007
Georgia Tech

Countdown to Selection Sunday can legitimately be made in hours at this point. Less than a week to the start of the tournament. Less than a few months before we start previewing the 2007-08 season..

If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times: How does Tommy Amaker still have his job? Michigan's loss to Ohio State today means they'll be back in the NIT once again. Maybe they should just call it the Michigan Invitational Tournament at this point..

Metro Basketball Report: NEC Championship

March 7th, 2007
CCSUIn tonight’s Northeast Conference championship game, Central Connecticut State and Sacred Heart will get together to determine who will represent the league in the NCAA Tournament. While the regular season champion Blue Devils have been in the position before, having won two of their previous four (2000, 2002) championship games, this is all new to the Pioneers. While Sacred Heart, led for the past 29 years by Dave Bike, has made thirteen appearances in the Division II NCAA Tournament, the two wins in

Pac-10 Tournament Preview

March 5th, 2007

The PAC-10 Tournament starts on Wednesday with the winner getting the automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament. I’ll preview each team’s chances as well as potential matchups throughout.

#3 USC TROJANS
Record: Conference (11-7) Overall (21-10)
VS
#6 STANFORD CARDINAL
Record: Conference (10-8) Overall (18-11)

Northeast Conference Tournament Preview

March 1st, 2007
FDUIn what has been a topsy-turvy season for the majority of the Northeast Conference, it’s fitting that seeds along with who would play in the league’s conference tournament were not fully decided until the season’s last day. In a turn of events similar to the good fortunes experienced by the Kansas City Chiefs, St. Francis (NY) snagged the eight seed in the tournament by combining a win over Fairleigh Dickinson with losses by both Monmouth and Long Island. Sacred Heart got the two seed thanks to a win over Quinnipiac on the final day of the season, dropping

MAAC Championship Preview

March 1st, 2007
MAACIn a season that saw teams picked to finish in the middle of the MAAC when the season began compete for the regular season title, it all comes to a climax in Bridgeport, CT this weekend. Marist, preseason pick to win the conference, held up their end of the bargain in winning the conference’s regular season title, their first ever outright MAAC crown. Led by the dynamic backcourt of seniors Jared Jordan and Will Whittington, the Red Foxes went 14-4 in conference play, finishing a game ahead of streaking Niagara. The versatile Charron Fisher, a junior who averaged

Onions: 2006 Archive

April 1st, 2006
Adam Glatzack's popular weekly column focuses on the NCAA Tournament selection process, conference tournaments, and team #1 to 335!