During the recent Hunterdon AAU Tournament Tara Flynn took time out from score table duties to discuss the move.
On the officiating schedule for yours truly were three contests. The first two were boys contests. Number three, jackpot! A girls game and some solid SA material.
After being fired with cause as head coach of the Rutgers men's basketball team, Mike Rice is now coaching seventh grade girls basketball.
The Connecticut Huskies peaked at the right time, clicking on all cylinders in a dominant victory over the Louisville Cardinals as shown clearly by the stats.
The cliché tells us it is difficult to defeat a team three times in one season. Notre Dame did just that against UCONN this season. The fourth proved to be elusive.
The Louisville Cardinals didn't win many key statistical categories in their win over the Baylor Lady Bears, but they came through in one aspect of the game in a big way.
Delaware's outstanding run and the Elena Delle Donne era ended at Bridgeport on Saturday as Delaware was defeated 69-62 by Kentucky in the Sweet Sixteen of the 2013 NCAA Tournament.
The first game saw press row types asking the last time a 15 seed knocked off a number 2. After the first few minutes of the second half, that was a moot point. Game two saw a classic, plain and simple.
Players are still fighting through the hangover of NCAA disappointment. The mind and body both refuse to cooperate. Getting ready is a chore for a head coach.
The Fordham Rams regrouped to win their first game in the WNIT after narrowly missing a NCAA Tournament bid.
The Fordham Rams lost a hard-fought game against the St. Joseph's Hawks in the A-10 Championship game at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. Nevertheless, the team picked 11th in the preseason coaches' poll has plenty to be proud of.
Although Red Foxes coach Brian Giorgis isn't a big proponent of statistics, their efficiency numbers show they were so good in that game and the MAAC season.
KINNELON, NJ - A travel game from the past Sunday with a few assorted Pink Whistle items of particular note..... Kinnelon 49, Montvale 13 Host Kinnelon raced out to a 29-4 halftime lead and...
First year head coach Lisa Cermignano is in the throes of a rebuilding process at Wagner. Right now, hope lies with five recruits coming in next season.
While the St. Bonaventure Bonnies have endured a difficult season after last year's success, the Fordham Rams are headed in the opposite direction.
An overview of a sharp change in fortunes for the St. Bonaventure Bonnies and what a difference a year makes after their loss to Fordham on Wednesday.
A New Jersey Northern Parochial league twin bill from Sunday, which included "Senior Day" activities for a group of eighth graders.
Brief summaries from a pair of games this past Saturday from the "February Frenzy" tournament at Our Lady of Sorrows, including from a few miscellaneous notes.
While it has been a difficult season, first-year coach Susan Robinson Fruchtl knew what she was getting into when she accepted the job at Providence and still hopes to finish strong.
With less than a month of regular season play remaining in the Big East conference, a look at which teams are the strongest in the conference.
Newark, NJ - A nineteen point second half for Seton Hall. A dominant final twenty minutes for Marquette. As mentioned earlier in the evening, getting out to a good start the first four minutes of...
NEWARK, NJ - With Marquette, a ranked opponent and arguably the better of the two, it was crcuial for Seton Hall to get out and establish a good first four minutes. They did just that. At the 16...
St. John's of Hillsdale swept St. Joe's (Bogota) in a Northern Valley Parochial doubleheader.
Tuesday's officiating assignment was a high school girls freshman/JV doubleheader in Rutherford, New Jersey with a partner with a tie to Anne Donovan.
Those in the college coaching business know and can tell you countless tales of the unexpected happening. Those who enter and direct a high school huddle can tell you the same. Case in point was a game in Lyndhurst, New Jersey on Tuesday evening.
As current CCNY coach Tom Green, who spent many years at FDU, once said, "Moving from the assistant's chair to the head coaches chair is the longest twelve inches in basketball." Tiffany Jones has been is experiencing that at St. Peter's.
As noted in another article on SA, Oradell is the hometown to River Dell High School. The proud alma mater of one Bill Parcells. Football aside, this day saw a Northern Valley Parochial League double header with 5-6 grade girls followed by 7-8 grade.