1. 'Not A Normal Year': Reflecting On The Strangeness Of CAA Basketball

    'Not A Normal Year': Reflecting On The Strangeness Of CAA Basketball

    Apr 2, 2021

    Like thousands of fathers across the country, Martin Inglesby’s bond with his sports-loving son has grown one morning at a time. But neither he nor his son really enjoyed what the daily ritual evolved into over the last few months.

  2. WNIT Semifinal Preview: Rice vs Delaware, Ole Miss vs Northern Iowa

    WNIT Semifinal Preview: Rice vs Delaware, Ole Miss vs Northern Iowa

    Mar 25, 2021

    Twenty-eight teams are gone from the 2021 Women’s NIT field, leaving just four in the Memphis area vying for the championship. 

  3. Drexel Falls Short To Illinois But Proud Of First NCAA Berth Since 1996

    Drexel Falls Short To Illinois But Proud Of First NCAA Berth Since 1996

    Mar 22, 2021

    The goal for Illinois is to be the team cutting down the nets on the first Monday of April — something that obviously did not work out — so head coach Brad Underwood’s opening statement following the top-seeded Fighting Illini’s 78-49 win over no. 16 Drexel in Friday’s NCAA Tournament Midwest Regional opener was about as bottom-line and businesslike as possible.

  4. Scott Davenport & The Bellarmine Knights Are Writing A Special Story

    Scott Davenport & The Bellarmine Knights Are Writing A Special Story

    Mar 22, 2021

    Axe throwing, go-kart racing, and a trip to Daytona Beach — it’s not Spring Break for Bellarmine basketball. This week is much more special than that. 

  5. CAA's Delaware Faces Villanova & Other Women's NIT Quarterfinal Notes

    CAA's Delaware Faces Villanova & Other Women's NIT Quarterfinal Notes

    Mar 22, 2021

    Let’s take a closer look at Monday’s games in the Women’s NIT, which you can watch live right here on FloHoops.

  6. 'Island Of Misfit Toys': East Coast Conference Curiosity & The Big Dance

    'Island Of Misfit Toys': East Coast Conference Curiosity & The Big Dance

    Mar 19, 2021

    The previously unimaginable — winning a conference tournament yet not getting to perform in the NCAA Tournament — became reality over the span of a few days last March for 11 programs including, of course, CAA champion Hofstra.