It may be the third time in a row LIU Brooklyn has won the Northeast conference tournament, but this championship was anything but secure for the Blackbirds.
I’m well aware of what Duke has accomplished with Ryan Kelly in the lineup, but there’s just something about this group of Cardinals that makes me believe that Rick Pitino will wind up winning his second national championship.
The fight broke out during a welcome-back party for students at the Brooklyn campus on Saturday.
With the annual Haggerty Award Dinner set for Thursday night at the Tarrytown Marriott, we unveil our end of season awards.
Make no mistake, the LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds are a New York team, a melting pot of talent with the city’s street smarts and swagger to back it up.
The Madness is on! Find out what to expect — and which names to keep track of — throughout Friday’s action.
Who doesn’t love the NCAA tourney? Jon Rothstein tells us why this year’s tournament will live up to its March Madness moniker.
Call it a MAAC miracle! In a surprise – perhaps the biggest in the field – Iona got a ticket to the dance.
Bad luck? Absolutely. Panic? Not Glenn Braica — he’s from Brooklyn.
Since starting 5-6, LIU has won nine games in a row and is in sole possession of first place in the NEC with a perfect 8-0 record in conference play.
Just watch Iona’s Scott Machado once and you’ll see the truth.
Despite not being much of a perimeter threat during the first three years of his career, Scott Machado now has a reliable stroke from deep.
Jamal Olasewere scored seven of his 31 points in overtime and LIU earned its first NCAA tournament bid in 14 years with an 85-82 overtime victory against two-time defending champion Robert Morris in the Northeast Conference title game Wednesday night.
In honor of all the Top 10 wins that #25 ranked St. John’s has won this season, here is a Top 10 ‘quick thoughts list’ on metropolitan basketball.