One-Bid Wonders

Terriers’ inexperience and inconsistency apparent in opening loss

“We have to get some questions answered,” said Boston University men’s basketball head coach Joe Jones following his team’s 71-65 loss against crosstown rival Northeastern University. The main issues Jones and his staff will be concerned with as the team

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2014 Connecticut 6 Classic Roundup

A double overtime game, a near-brawl between two teams not in the same conference, a 5’10” guard nearly recording a triple double, a 6’9″ forward blocking seven shots, two 30-plus point performances, and a small arena crowd, if but for

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Connecticut 6 Classic: Sacred Heart-Hartford

Hartford’s season might have a bright future, but it’s Connecticut 6 Classic past continued to haunt them Friday night as the Hawks fell to 0-6 in the event Friday night with a 71-53 loss to Sacred Heart in the final

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Connecticut 6 Classic: Fairfield-CCSU

It’s not often a team not far removed from four straight post-season berths/ 19 win seasons would go through a “bounce-back” campaign, but that’s what 2014-15 is for the Fairfield Stags, following a 7-25 record in 2013-2014 and being voted

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2014 BU Schedule Released: Young Terriers ready to take on new challenges

While the regular season for the Boston University men’s basketball team begins nearly three months from now on Nov. 16 at TD Garden against Northeastern, there is still plenty to look at when it comes to this team as they

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“Goal is to get to the NCAA tournament,” says Northeastern new coach Chris Markwood

When Northeastern’s newest assistant coach says a team has what it takes to get to the NCAA tournament, one can trust he knows what he’s talking about. During his three-year span as an assistant coach at University of Vermont, Chris

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Shake off the March Malaise and get excited for the NIT — it could be worse

By Jon Hart Special to One-Bid Wonders There’s March Madness – and then there’s the March Malaise. Most NIT-bound teams are feeling somewhat down and, well, left out. But they, especially mid-majors like Boston University, Vermont and Iona, shouldn’t be

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Chris Pelcher and Jameel Warney engage in America East battle of bigmen Goliaths

(Stony Brook, N.Y) — In the ever-evolving age of college basketball, the true low-post, back-to-the-basket five man has rapidly gone the way of the dinosaur. Teams are moving more and more towards the athletic stretch-forwards who can step out and

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Soaring River Hawks ride second half surge past Binghamton, 62-55

(Lowell, Mass.) — On Saturday, Dec. 21, UMass Lowell head coach Pat Duquette sat in his chair in the spacious media room at the Tsongas Arena, physically and emotionally spent. For the 11th time on the season, Duquette had watched

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OBW America East Power Rankings, v7

There are only so many ways you can describe just how bad the America East has been this year before people start to tune you out, but, without dwelling on it, let’s just say that first-year DI UMass Lowell with

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