1. Former William & Mary Star Nathan Knight Carves Out A Role In The NBA

    Former William & Mary Star Nathan Knight Carves Out A Role In The NBA

    Jan 15, 2021

    The question stumped Nathan Knight: With the Atlanta Hawks among the NBA teams not sending a team to the G-League bubble, how and where would he be honing his craft right now if he hadn’t made the Hawks out of training camp?

  2. March 10, 2020: The Pandemic, The CAA Championship & Hofstra-Northeastern

    March 10, 2020: The Pandemic, The CAA Championship & Hofstra-Northeastern

    Jan 12, 2021

    As the sun rose over Washington, D.C. on March 10, 2020, the only certainty about the outcome of the night’s biggest basketball game in town was the reverberations of the Hofstra-Northeastern clash would still be felt whenever the two teams played next. 

  3. Difficult Non-Conference Slate Helps Northeastern To Hot CAA Start

    Difficult Non-Conference Slate Helps Northeastern To Hot CAA Start

    Jan 11, 2021

    Hard knocks before Colonial Athletic Association play have Northeastern setting the pace early in conference competition. 

  4. The Ultimate Measuring Stick: UConn Forges Ahead In The Big East

    The Ultimate Measuring Stick: UConn Forges Ahead In The Big East

    Jan 7, 2021

    Being the new kid in the neighborhood can be intimidating — not so for Connecticut in its return to the Big East. 

  5. The Weekend That Was: Northeastern, Hofstra Earn Sweeps In CAA Play

    The Weekend That Was: Northeastern, Hofstra Earn Sweeps In CAA Play

    Jan 4, 2021

    Hofstra’s imperfect sweep of the opening weekend of CAA play left acting head coach Mike Farrelly relying upon one of the most famous quotes in NFL history — words uttered just a few hundred feet from where he sat Sunday afternoon.

  6. Former William & Mary Stud Nathan Knight Scores 14 For The Atlanta Hawks

    Former William & Mary Stud Nathan Knight Scores 14 For The Atlanta Hawks

    Dec 30, 2020

    Just one week into the 2020-21 NBA season, the Colonial Athletic Association made an impact in the pros. 

  7. I'll Be Quirky: Hofstra Knocks Off No. 23 Richmond & More Pride Hoops

    I'll Be Quirky: Hofstra Knocks Off No. 23 Richmond & More Pride Hoops

    Dec 28, 2020

    There was no shortage of drama for Hofstra as the Pride concluded its non-conference schedule by winning two of three road games over the previous 13 days.

  8. Ice Cream & An 'Everyday Mentality': Takayo Siddle Finds Success At UNCW

    Ice Cream & An 'Everyday Mentality': Takayo Siddle Finds Success At UNCW

    Dec 23, 2020

    Like most head coaches, Takayo Siddle of UNC Wilmington doesn’t want to spend too much time reflecting upon the past or comparing his team to any of its predecessors. But having served on Kevin Keatts’ staff in 2014-15, Siddle understands there are obvious similarities between a pair of Seahawks squads separated by more than half a decade.

  9. Tareq Coburn Embraces Bigger Role In Hofstra's 2020-21 Campaign

    Tareq Coburn Embraces Bigger Role In Hofstra's 2020-21 Campaign

    Dec 22, 2020

    Nobody knew it at the time, but Hofstra’s run to the CAA Tournament championship in March contained one telling statistic and one telling image regarding Tareq Coburn’s future role with the team.

  10. 'Stopped In Protocol': Skerry & Towson Hopes Whirlwind Season Evens Out

    'Stopped In Protocol': Skerry & Towson Hopes Whirlwind Season Evens Out

    Dec 18, 2020

    If all goes according to plan Wednesday night — and we all know how fragile a phrase “if all goes according to plan” is here in 2020 — Pat Skerry will stroll a sideline for the first time in 26 days as the Towson men’s basketball team resumes its schedule by visiting George Mason.

  11. Maddy Siegrist, Head Coach Denise Dillon Chart Smooth Villanova Transition

    Maddy Siegrist, Head Coach Denise Dillon Chart Smooth Villanova Transition

    Dec 18, 2020

    As a former player and assistant alongside 42-year [team:Villanova] head coach Henry Perretta, Denise Dillon says the lessons she’s taken from Perretta in her own career are “endless.” 

  12. Northeastern's Bright Building Blocks On Display In Tight Loss vs Syracuse

    Northeastern's Bright Building Blocks On Display In Tight Loss vs Syracuse

    Dec 17, 2020

    Northeastern coach Bill Coen said following his team’s back-and-forth loss at Syracuse that such a matchup presents a unique opportunity to learn about a squad’s mettle. The Huskies leave the Carrier Dome having learned more than they could have anticipated going in. 

  13. I'll Be Quirky: Hofstra Staggers Wins & Caleb Burgess Locks Up Starting Job

    I'll Be Quirky: Hofstra Staggers Wins & Caleb Burgess Locks Up Starting Job

    Dec 14, 2020

    It was lose one, win one in the resumption and continuation of local rivalries for Hofstra, which fell to Iona on Dec. 5 in the first game between the programs in almost nine years before beating Stony Brook last Wednesday in the now-annual clash of Long Island’s Division I programs.

  14. 'Forming, Storming & Norming': The Northeastern Huskies Forges An Identity

    'Forming, Storming & Norming': The Northeastern Huskies Forges An Identity

    Dec 11, 2020

    Bill Coen was talking about the sophomore leap point guard Tyson Walker needs to make when he summarized the entire philosophy on which he’s built Northeastern’s men’s basketball program.

  15. Iona Gives Vintage Rick Pitino Performance In Coaching Legend's Homecoming

    Iona Gives Vintage Rick Pitino Performance In Coaching Legend's Homecoming

    Dec 7, 2020

    Rick Pitino went as far as he possibly could — almost 5,000 miles and over one ocean — from home to earn his first win as a Division I head coach.