The Rutgers University Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, in conjunction with WFAN, announces the first annual coaches clinic to benefit “In Brayden’s Eyes, The Brayden Carr Foundation” will take place on Friday, Sept. 30 at the Rutgers Athletic Center.
The Steve Masiello Era has officially begun for Manhattan College Basketball. Enjoy these tidbits from the presser…
Twenty three years ago a young kid from White Plains was the ball boy for the Knicks. Fast forward to the present and Steve Masiello has come full circle. He landed his dream job – head coach of the Manhattan College Jaspers.
A big debate next year before the season and on Selection Sunday will be the Big East yet again. How many teams should get in and how strong is the league from top to bottom?
Fittingly, Kemba Walker and the Huskies won the NCAA crown and cemented Jim Calhoun as a coaching legend and Walker as one of the tournament’s all time shining stars.
The upcoming 2011 Final Four will be remembered for ages. Here are some post game thoughts from a dejected Roy Williams and an emotionally drained John Calipari last night in Newark.
I had the chance to check out the practices and press conferences yesterday at the Prudential Center. Here are some things I took from Newark…
This is definitely the weakest tournament we’ve seen in recent history. 7 teams have at least 13 losses. We’ve never before had more than 3 teams with 13 losses in the dance.
After another great Friday night of Semi-Finals action, we are in for a special Big East Championship tonight at the Garden as Louisville takes on UConn.
After a controversial ending on Wednesday, St. John’s is moving on to battle Syracuse today for a trip to the semifinals. I had the chance to speak with the St. John’s coaching staff regarding their scouting report and what they’ve been talking about before the big game.
When Steve Lavin’s St. John’s team takes the court against Rutgers at MSG this afternoon it’s going to be electric.
Vin Parise had a chance to have a quick chat with a very busy Pat Lyons the new Director of Athletics at Seton Hall.
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.
Seton Hall travels to Piscataway tomorrow for Kevin Willard’s first ever game at the RAC. And for the first time in years, the RAC is back to being one of the toughest places to play.
When the Red Storm take the court tonight at Carnesecca Arena against local rival Rutgers, the juices will be flowing at a high rate – for both teams.