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.

Rueter, Little Fuel Bona To Fourth-Straight Win

Rueter, Little Fuel Bona To Fourth-Straight Win

The final minutes was just another example of a team maturing after a disappointing 10-19 season just one year prior. In fact, this was the Bonnies’ second conference road win of the season compared to compiling zero wins last year. Instead of faltering down the stretch, this Bona team leaned on past experiences and stiffened down the stretch, focusing on the defensive side of the ball.

HAVOC takes its toll on ODU as VCU rolls

HAVOC takes its toll on ODU as VCU rolls

“You have to battle entitlement,” Smart said. “It’s very, very easy to show up to the arena and say, ‘we got this.’ It doesn’t work that way. You have to make it happen. You have to play possession by possession. I think early in the game, we struggled with that a little bit.”

Lindsay, Allen Lead Richmond Past Belmont

Lindsay, Allen Lead Richmond Past Belmont

The Spiders leading returning scorer and one of the top returning scorers in the Atlantic 10 Conference at 20 points per game last season, had attempted just two shots, missed them both and had little if any impact on the court. Richmond was never in danger of being blown out, but the Belmont Bruins were keeping within striking distance…

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