Willard won’t have a point guard nearly as good as Machado or Theodore during the upcoming season at Seton Hall — and the position, which has been such a big part the coach’s success when he’s had good teams, is a virtual unknown.
Iona guard Scott Machado, who led the nation in assists, is the winner of the Haggerty Award, presented to the outstanding college basketball player in the New York area.
With the annual Haggerty Award Dinner set for Thursday night at the Tarrytown Marriott, we unveil our end of season awards.
Almost nothing went wrong for Iona in the first 16 minutes of its first-round game against BYU. After that, almost nothing went right.
Lamont Jones has played against BYU twice before. But he only remembers one player — one no longer even with the Cougars.
Call it a MAAC miracle! In a surprise – perhaps the biggest in the field – Iona got a ticket to the dance.
The Gaels senior point guard won’t be able to forget last year’s MAAC title game defeat to St. Peter’s — a loss that still haunts him almost a year to the day after it happened.
A year ago, Jeff Withey was a little used reserve that barely played. Now? He might be the biggest key for the Jayhawks.
Just watch Iona’s Scott Machado once and you’ll see the truth.
Vin Parise recently sat down with point guard Scott Machado of the 4-1 Iona Gaels. The Gaels are one of the hottest teams around with wins vs. Maryland & St. Joe’s and their floor general Machado leads the nation in assists.
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.