Sengfelder carries Fordham past George Mason

Sengfelder carries Fordham past George Mason

The freshman forward carried Fordham past its downtrodden history, scoring a game-high 27 points in the Rams’ opening round game against George Mason. Even though the Rams entered the contest losers of four of their previous five, it was evident early-on, Fordham would not be denied…

Iona Takes Aim At The MAAC

Iona Takes Aim At The MAAC

And most certainly not after earning the MAAC’s No. 1 seed entering the conference tournament while being the heavy favorite — along with Manhattan — to earn the league’s automatic bid. Although Iona normally does not receive the type of attention other New York City teams like St. John’s, there is no doubting the kind of firepower Iona.

English Leads Iona Past Manhattan

English Leads Iona Past Manhattan

Instead, their match-up against the Manhattan Jaspers gave the Gaels the type of test they needed if they are to reach the higher aspirations they have set for themselves with an NCAA Tournament appearance in the balance. While no one would argue Iona may have the more talented of the two team’s rosters, it means little when it comes to the scoreboard.

Bona Learns Lesson In Loss To JMU

Bona Learns Lesson In Loss To JMU

James Madison dominated the battle on the boards, out-rebounding St. Bonaveture 53-to-27 and made a living off of second-chance points, grabbing 18 offensive rebounds and scoring 23 points. But the length also affected Bona on the offensive side of the court…

Shaka Smart and VCU becoming household names

Shaka Smart and VCU becoming household names

As much as Smart aimed to downplay it, his Rams are the favorite in their second-round match-up against Southland Conference Champion Stephen F. Austin. The Lumberjacks, winners of 28 consecutive games, are surely a terrific team, but it’s VCU who now has the pedigree after a dominating five-year span under Smart’s reign.

Next up for VCU: Stephen F. Austin

Next up for VCU: Stephen F. Austin

It’s enough to put a scare into any team in a dreaded No. 5 versus No. 12 match-up and even more so for a team which is no longer an upstart, but a team expected to win when it matters most…

Horrid Start Leads Bona To Fourth-Straight Loss

Horrid Start Leads Bona To Fourth-Straight Loss

It would be the last aspect of the game Bona won as they missed their first nine shots from the field, including seven point-blank chances at the rim. The misses around the rim only fueled an already energetic VCU team to a 9-0 run on the strength of eight Rob Brandenburg points in his last game in front of his home fans.

Bona Advances To Semis Amid Emotional Week

Bona Advances To Semis Amid Emotional Week

RICHMOND — There is no denying St. Bonaventure University’s Quarterfinal clash with La Salle University wasn’t more than just a game. Sure, it was the first game for the No. 2 seeded Bonnies who may need to win the Atlantic 10 Tournament outright to earn a bid into the NCAA Tournament.

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