Tag "Justin Edwards"

Tell us how you really feel: Sam Perkins sounds off on Maine Basketball

Sam Perkins has long been a recurring guest and America East men’s basketball insider on the Downtown with Rich Kimball show, hosted on ESPN 92.9 FM The Ticket in Maine. Following the latest exodus in Orono — the departures of

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OBW America East preseason predictions: #8 Maine

Projected Starting Lineup: G – Xavier Pollard, Jr., 6’3” 190 G – Zarko Valjarevic, Jr., 6’4” 210 G/F – Garret Beal, Fr., 6’5” 200 F – Dimitry Akanda-Coronel, R-Fr., 6’4” 190 F – Till Gloger, Soph. 6’8” 220 Overview: For

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For Alasdair Fraser, looking back wasn’t an option

The way Alasdair Fraser saw it, he had two choices and neither of them was looking back. Before Fraser signed with the Gotha Rockets of the German Pro A league in late June, forgoing his final year of college hoops

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Exodus in Orono: Fraser, Meshgna follow Edwards out the Door

(Orono, Maine) – For three years, University of Maine center Alasdair Fraser has left the earth quaking, backboards shaking and a trail of battered opponents, bruised egos, bent rims and busted basket supports in his wake. On Tuesday, Fraser once

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Edwards Out; Exodus Beginning?

(ORONO, Maine) – The America East’s top scorer, and arguably the league’s most dynamic, athletic and physically gifted player is taking his talents elsewhere: University of Maine sophomore scoring-machine Justin Edwards is leaving the Black Bears. In a press release

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Post Season Awards: OBW All-Conference Third Team

Mike Black, 6’ 175, Sr., G, Albany Overall: 32.2 MPG, 15.1 PPG, 3.3 RPG, 2.5 APG, 1.1 SPG, 28.6% of team possessions Conference: 31.6 MPG, 14.9 PPG, 3.1 RPG, 2.4 APG, 29.0% of team possessions A OBW First Team selection

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Post Season Awards: OBW All-Rim Wreckers & Backboard Breakers (Dunkers)

Compared to the major conferences, America East may be a bit undersized, but the AE still has its fair share of guys who want to throw it down with authority. Here’s our list of the newest inductees into the America

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The Definition of Insanity

Sponsored by Marcie Mitler (Boston, MA) – If the definition of insanity is repeating the same mistake over and over again and expecting different results, then the Boston University Terriers and the University of Maine Black Bears played one bat-something-crazy

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Flying High

(West Hartford, CT) — There’s a world of difference between high volume and high percentage shooting, and it’s the difference between current University of Hartford Men’s basketball team and its previous incarnates. The Hawks have always played hard – furious,

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Showing their Claws

(Boston, MA) – With a massive neck, colossal chest, hulking shoulders, and monstrously powerful jaws, the North American Black Bear is an imposing and intimidating animal. Reaching heights of seven-feet tall when standing on two legs, weights in excess of

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