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OBW America East preseason predictions: #7 New Hampshire

Projected starting lineup: G- Jordan Bronner, Sr., 6’ 170 G – Scott Morris, Sr., 6’2” 200 F – Patrick Konan, R-Sr., 6’6” 220 F – Jacoby Armstrong, Fr. 6’6” 220 C – Chris Pelcher, R-Sr., 6’10” 240 Overview: What if.

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Profoundly Personal

(Boston, MA) – For New Hampshire head coach Bill Herrion, this was personal. One game after becoming the all-time leader in America East wins with the 153rd conference victory of his career – a dramatic 92-86 overtime thriller over visiting

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It’s Not the Size of the Dog in the Fight, It’s the Size of the Fight in the Terriers.

(Boston, MA) – Following Boston University’s 68-56 win over visiting New Hampshire, BU freshman point guard Maurice Watson Jr. – listed at 5’10” on the Terriers’ official roster – was asked just how tall he would like to credit himself

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Debacle in Durham

(Durham, New Hampshire) – Temperatures in Durham dipped into the single digits Thursday night with bone-chilling blasts of arctic air bombing down Main Street. They had nothing on the frigid shooting and ice-cold offense inside Lundholm Gymnasium. The New Hampshire

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Knowing Their Roles: Teamwork, Selfless Play Powers Albany to 68-62 win over New Hampshire.

(Durham, NH) – On a moonless night in snow-covered Durham, the New Hampshire Wildcats and Albany Great Danes took to the deadwood floorboards of Lundholm Gymnasium on Wednesday, showcasing their trademarked brands of basketball before the empty seats of the

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Catamounts roar into the start of conference play, Wildcats go softly into [cold] night.

(Durham, NH) – The University of New Hampshire Wildcats may have been a thorn in the side of the Vermont Catamounts during previous seasons, but in Wednesday night’s America East opener, they offered up little resistance against the defending America

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Past the Point of Moral Victories

(Chestnut Hill, MA) — On a cold winter’s eve on the first of December in 1986, beneath dirty-yellow light which drifted down over creaking wooden-bleachers in a mostly empty Lundholm Gymnasium, the University of New Hampshire Wildcats stepped onto the

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America East Recap, 11/10/12

The America East followed up a nice start to the 2012-2013 campaign with a dud. Hartford lost valiantly, a Maine team that is supposed to have finally distanced itself from the collapses of seasons past was embarrassed by a bad

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Season Preview Part 5: X-Men. Examining the X-Factors of the America East

When looking ahead and projecting the upcoming season, we always look at the prospective stars of each team. It’s only natural – they are the go-to-guys, the players who take center stage when the lights are the brightest, the ones

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Rivalry Renewed: America East alums Dane DiLiegro and John Holland take their competition, friendship, to the world stage.

The America East season may not begin until Albany tips off against Duquesne on Friday, November 9th at 6:30 pm, but two days earlier, an America East rivalry will be renewed. Only this time, instead of the dirty orange light

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