Tag "Morgan Sabia"

Fans storm court, Maciel lets it rain in Hartford’s 66-63 “upset” win

The notion that “it’s hard to beat a team three times in one season,” has been heard by anyone who’s been interested in team sports for a significant period of time. This saying, of course, is demonstrably false. Thousands of

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Forgotten Man: Despite fading into obscurity in the minds of fans, Hartford senior Kevin Estes has never given up on the Hawks or himself

(Photographs courtesy of Steve McLaughlin) Kevin Estes took a jab-step to his left, momentarily freezing his defender. Seeing the smallest glimmer of daylight, he cut back hard to his right. It was a read-and-react move he perfected during a career

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Before the home stretch: Postseason awards if the season ended today

Postseason awards are a funny and fickle thing in the America East. The culmination of the season, they are often the highlight of the careers of players toiling in small-conference obscurity, many of whom will never experience the bright lights

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Week in review: Jan. 17-23

At one point or another, most games this week looked like blowouts. Some of them were. Others featured the Terriers. But we’ll try to keep a lid on the snark just long enough to pump out another edition of the

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AE Daily: Jan. 21

In last night’s action: UMBC decides it likes this whole ‘winning’ thing, Binghamton sinks farther into the abyss, Vermont overcomes its traditional stumbling block, and BU bounces back on its home court UMBC 74, Hartford 70 (2OT) You are Hartford

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AE Daily: Jan. 12

In last night’s action: Another second-half comeback at the Hawks’ expense. New Hampshire 57, Hartford 54 In a must-win game, Tyrone Conley and Dane DiLiegro stepped up when UNH (7-9, 1-3 AE) needed them the most, propelling the Wildcats to

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No Minor feat: Hartford senior Anthony Minor is the key to the Hawks’ season – and he’s finally happy

Hartford first-year head coach John Gallagher left his office late one night towards the end of August. It had been the latest of an uncountable string of twelve-plus hour days that came from trying to right the ship of a

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Week in review: Jan. 3 – 9

The results of this past week’s results haven’t yielded any major shuffles in the conference pecking order, but one team took a hard fall while at least one other is clearly on the upswing. To whom could that refer? Read

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AE Daily: Jan. 10

In yesterday’s action: The Terriers issued their challenge to Vermont’s early-season dominance, and Hartford kept the Great Danes on a short leash. Boston University 74, Vermont 65 The Catamounts (11-4, 2-1 AE) saw their four-game win streak come to a

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Quick hitters

One-Bid Wonders writer Sam Perkins takes 5 minutes off from the back roads of the America East to check with some early thoughts on each team from around the conference. The America East has already been one hell of a

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