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2014-2015 America East Preview: Preseason Second Team All-Conference

Rodney Elliott, Soph., G, UMBC Elliot was our last man off the first team. While opposing fans (and some coaches) may “poo-poo” his numbers as the product of being on a bad team, he had one of the best seasons

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Coaches Q & A series: Hartford’s John Gallagher — We’ve come a long way, baby

The summer of 2010 was a crazy time for John Gallagher. In a matter of eye-blinks, the then 32-year old Gallagher went from not having a guaranteed paycheck as the assistant on the staff of good friend and interim head

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OBW Post Season Awards: OBW America East All-Defensive Team

OBW America East All-Defensive Team Gary Johnson and Josh Elbaum were incredibly tough omits from this list. Jordan Bronner, Sr., G, New Hampshire UNH head coach Bill Herrion called Bronner one of the best back court defenders he has seen

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Hartford battles hard but falls to Stony Brook, 56-52

Hartford entered Pritchard Gymnasium on Saturday afternoon with revenge on its mind. After suffering a 20-point loss to Stony Brook on their home floor, the Hawks looked to take advantage of a shorthanded Seawolves squad and upset the top team

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Post Season Awards: OBW All-Defensive Team

Tommy Brenton, 6’5” 230 R-Sr., F, Stony Brook: The reigning America East (and OBW) Defensive Player of the Year, Brenton is the best defender on not only the league’s best defense, but one of the five best field goal percentage

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Numbers lie, Effort Doesn’t

(Burlington, VT) – The saying goes that numbers don’t lie, but on a cold Sunday in The Green Mountain State, they did just that. In nearly every statistical category, host Vermont pasted visiting Hartford: The Catamounts out-rebounded the Hawks by

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Hard Work Beats Talent When Talent Doesn’t Work Hard

(Boston, MA) – “Hard Work Beats Talent When Talent Doesn’t Work Hard.” It is a well trod saying in the lexicon of sports, referencing effort as the great equalizer. No team in recent history has better epitomized that saying than

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Head-First: Corban Wroe steals the show, Mark Nwakamma explodes, and the Hawks earn redemption with 80-77 win over Central Connecticut State

(West Hartford, CT) – With 4:25 remaining in the game, and the Hartford Hawks clinging to a 67-62 lead over Central Connecticut State, Blue Devils sophomore Kyle Vinales had the ball in his hands at the top of the key,

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Hawks Win! Hawks Win! Hartford ends 0-13 start to the season with effort, enthusiasm

(West Hartford, Conn.) — Hartford assistant coach Drew Dawson sat alone in his office late Friday afternoon. The Hawks stood at 0-13 – fresh off of a 25-point beatdown at conference rival Albany. They were one of only five teams

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