One-Bid Wonders

Q & A with America East Commissioner Amy Huchthausen

America East Commissioner Amy Huchthausen was kind enough to answer some questions regarding recent expansion, potential future expansion, the new men’s tournament format, and this season being about so much more than on-court activities. UMass-Lowell was the first new member

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Albany helps raise $12,000 to fight cancer, downs Binghamton for 4-0 Conference Start

Wednesday night was a big night for Peter Hooley, both on and off the court. Since 2011, Hooley’s mother has been battling colon cancer, and Wednesday night, Albany did their part in helping the fight, selling blue wristbands to raise

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America East 2015 New Year’s Resolutions  

A new year brings a new conference tournament format that raises the stakes on what awaits the nine America East teams over the next nine weeks. Whoever keeps true to these resolutions the longest could very well be the last team

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OBW’s Top 20 Great Reads of 2014

With the New Year almost upon us, it is tradition to take a look back at the year that is coming to a close. The year 2014 was one of stories of strength, perseverance and inspiration for One-Bid Wonders, from

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Reiter: it’s time for a double dose of Siena-Albany

Geographically speaking, Siena and Albany have all the potential for a great rivalry, separated by just 8.1 miles. However, unlike close-proximity rivals such as Duke-North Carolina, the Saints and Great Danes have never been in the same conference, making the possibility for

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Till Gloger — Keine Angst (No Fear)

When Maine center Till Gloger stepped into the center court circle for the opening tip at Conte Forum Thursday night, he found himself staring straight into the chest of 7-foot-1-inch 250-pound Boston College center Dennis Clifford. But despite the size

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Quinnipiac tops Albany in OT

Last season, the Albany Great Danes rode excellent foul shooting and the Quinnipiac Bobcats used their rebounding advantage to earn crucial victories. Saturday night wound up being a role reversal in a nail-biting non-conference clash. The Danes were far from great

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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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