The episode was embarrassing and easily could have ended with Steve Masiello looking for work. But Manhattan chose to go another route, one that will allow a successful coach to stay where he is.
Luke Hancock hit two huge 3-pointers in the final 1:19 to help Louisville finally shake free from tenacious Manhattan, 71-64 in the NCAA tournament Thursday night.
George Beamon scored 16 points Monday night and Manhattan held off rival Iona 71-68 for the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference title and a berth into the NCAA tournament.
Syracuse University advertises itself as “New York’s College Team.” St. John’s boasts, “We Are New York’s Team.” If we’re talking about New York City, Manhattan College may have the best case.
Nearly half of recent college graduates say they can’t find jobs that require degrees, according to a recent Bureau of Labor Statistics study.
Students with an engineering degree from a college or university in New York State may find a financial helping hand under a proposal now under design.
Kevin Leighton, who led Manhattan College to at least 30 wins in each of his six seasons there, has become the baseball coach at Fordham.
The Steve Masiello Era has officially begun for Manhattan College Basketball. Enjoy these tidbits from the presser…
Barry Rohrssen was relieved of his duties at Manhattan College Wednesday, less than a week after the team capped a 6-25 season with an overtime loss to Siena in the opening round of the MAAC tournament.