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  1. Tightened Schedules Mean Fewer Minutes For Walk-Ons

    Tightened Schedules Mean Fewer Minutes For Walk-Ons

    Feb 26, 2021

    The life of a walk-on is not a glamorous one, but it’s generally a predictable one.

  2. In The Midst Of A Pandemic, A Subdued Senior Day For College Hoops

    In The Midst Of A Pandemic, A Subdued Senior Day For College Hoops

    Feb 24, 2021

    Zach Spiker, a veteran of 12 Senior Days as a head coach at two different stops, figured there’d still be some of the familiar trappings in a most unfamiliar season. Maybe he’d commission paintings of seniors, as he did during his seven years as Army’s head coach. Maybe he’d oversee the framing of their uniforms.

  3. Charleston Surges In CAA, Plus Drexel & Hofstra Complete A Satisfying Split

    Charleston Surges In CAA, Plus Drexel & Hofstra Complete A Satisfying Split

    Feb 9, 2021

    No Grant Riller, who graduated last spring.

  4. Cinderella Candidates From The CAA: Who's Ready To Dance In March?

    Cinderella Candidates From The CAA: Who's Ready To Dance In March?

    Feb 4, 2021

    The St. Louis Blues and Washington Nationals mounted two of the most remarkable in-season comebacks in sports history to win championships in 2019. But there were no Blues or Nationals-type stories to be found in the sports that were able to crown champions during the pandemic-dominated 2020.

  5. On The Free Throw: How CAA Teams Earn Points From The Charity Stripe

    On The Free Throw: How CAA Teams Earn Points From The Charity Stripe

    Feb 3, 2021

    Free throws are exactly as advertised — points free from defense or the game clock. That’s the idea, anyway. 

  6. James Madison's Stifling Defense & Hot-Shooting Hofstra In The CAA

    James Madison's Stifling Defense & Hot-Shooting Hofstra In The CAA

    Feb 2, 2021

    As pleased as Mark Byington is with James Madison becoming accustomed to winning games on short notice, he’d surely prefer if it ceased to be a thing no later than the end of this season.