Ashton Pankey and Manhattan found a way to slow down Iona and cool their hot offense. It was enough to send the Jaspers back to the NCAA Tournament for the second straight year.
After a crazy year in the MAAC in 2014-15 the conference seems to be collectively rebuilding. Who are the teams to beat and who are the long shots to keep an eye on?
I knew that there was the possibility that these two teams were so similar that the Manhattan Jaspers could keep it close until late. I just didn't think they would keep it this close for this long.
The conference's two best teams - and the two that like each other the least - faced off for a chance at continuing their season, and the Jaspers were the victor for the second time this season.
The Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference completed its announcement of conference awards Friday night. No surprise that Billy Baron was honored as the head of the class.
Two of the MAAC's top teams met on Manhattan's home court, as the Jaspers looked to keep their head above water and stick in the #3 semifinal bye for the conference tournament.
Manhattan takes a big blow as they find out they'll be without their leading scorer and one of the MAAC's best player for the next month.
Chase Fieler figured out how to bend space and time to his will, although the refs didn't follow him through the wormhole. That and more in this edition of our Morning Coffee.
South Carolina played one game in the last 23 days. They start a stretch of eight games in the next 17 days against a Manhattan squad that's 6-0 on the road this season and favored to win their...
Long Island's Jason Brickman and Manhattan's George Beamon both had big games Saturday in leading their teams to victory. We cover it all with our morning coffee.
The MAAC lost a key member, but added two additional members for the 2013-14 season. Will the product on the court change and who should we expect to rise to the top once again in one of the...