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Poll: Who Will Win the Big South?

October 19th, 2009
Big South

Campbell University to Re-Join Big South Conference

May 14th, 2009
Atlantic SunCHARLOTTE, N.C. ? The Big South Conference Council of Chief Executive Officers has voted to add Campbell University as a full member of the League, beginning July 1, 2011, it was announced today by Big South Conference Commissioner Kyle B. Kallander. Campbell, a charter member of the Big South in 1983 until its departure in 1994, will be eligible to compete for all Big South championships immediately upon entry in 2011.

2009 CollegeHoops.net Mid-Major All-Freshman Team

April 15th, 2009
ButlerThe CollegeHoops.net All-Freshman teams were voted on by staff members: Jeff Borzello, Jeff Fox, Raphielle Johnson, Kevin McNeill, Shawn Siegel, and Jon Teitel.


CollegeHoops.net High-Major Freshman of the Year:
Seth Curry - G, Liberty


CollegeHoops.net High-Major All-Freshman
G - Seth Curry - Liberty
G - Gordon Hayward - Butler
G - Harouna Mutombo - Western Carolina
F - Eric Wise - Irvine
F/C - Freddy Asprilla - Florida International

Radford: 2009 NCAA Tournament Capsule

March 9th, 2009

Radford Highlanders

Big South

 

Last NCAA Appearance: 1998, First Round loss to Duke

Sam Young: CollegeHoops.net Player of the Week

March 8th, 2009
Sam Young - PittsburghPlayer of the Week: Sam Young, Pittsburgh

 

The first week of March is always one of college basketball's best seven-day stretches. There is the end of the regular season in many conferences, including all the major conferences, and plenty of conference tournament action. Furthermore, five bids were handed out for the NCAA Tournament. With a week that jam-packed, there is bound to be an abundance of top-notch performances from around the country. Of course, this week certainly fit that bill.

 

Atlantic Sun Tournament: Preview & Prediction

March 4th, 2009
Atlantic SunThis is one in a series of conference tournament previews, in which I run down all the teams involved, give a brief statistical review and present the log5 projections, using in-conference offensive and defensive efficiency.

Big South Tournament Preview: Radford the Favorite

March 3rd, 2009
Big South

This is the first in a series of conference tournament previews I’ll be doing for CollegeHoops.net, in which I run down all the teams involved, giving a breif statistical review and picking out some of the key players, and presenting the log5 projections, using in-conference offensive and defensive efficiency.The basic log5 methodology comes from Bill James, and this is an area Ken Pomeroy has looke