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Metro Ranking and Report: Update #3

December 16th, 2008
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Before getting into the team and player of the week honors in the metropolitan area, it's time to acknowledge area players who picked up some praise in their respective leagues.

Atlantic 10: Fordham freshman guard Jio Fontan was named Rookie of the Week after two exemplary games for the Rams. Fontan averaged 17.5 points and 5.5 assists in the two games, which included a career-high twenty-two in a 69-66 loss to Fairfield.

Metro Ranking and Report #2

December 9th, 2008
ArmyThis past week marked the beginning of conference play for metropolitan area schools in the Metro Atlantic and Northeast conferences. While Army, Fordham and St. John's were out picking up non-conference wins tonight, a Garden State rivalry took center stage in the NEC with FDU visiting Monmouth. The Hawks, thanks to an efficient half-court offense and confusing matchup zone, controlled the game for the first twenty-eight minutes or so with a lead as large as fifteen points.

Metro Ranking and Report: Update #1

December 3rd, 2008
ArmyWe're just about finished with the first month of the season in the metropolitan area, and it's become quite obvious who the best team in the area is right now. Seton Hall has gotten off to a 6-1 start, which includes a pair of gutty comebacks in Puerto Rico to finish third in that in-season tournament. Jeremy Hazell has shown himself to be one of the most explosive scorers in the Big East; what has come in his sophomore campaign (23.3 ppg; tops in the Big East) is a level of consistency that wasn't always present last season.

Stony Brook Preview: 2008-09

November 21st, 2008
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2008-09 Stony Brook Preview

Seawolves look to move up in America East

 

Stony Brook Basketball Schedule: 2008-09

November 21st, 2008
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Schedule (key games in bold)

 

November 14th Maryland-Eastern Shore

November 18th @ Lafayette (Leopards won last year's meeting in overtime)

November 22nd Wagner

November 25th American (host defending Patriot League champs)

November 29th @ Columbia

December 2nd NJIT (Highlanders went 0-29 last year)

December 5th Lehigh

December 7th Mount Ida

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State of '08: New York

September 29th, 2008
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NYC Metro Preview: #15 Stony Brook

December 2nd, 2007
Stony Brook15. Stony Brook (2006-07 Record: 9-20, 4-12 America East)

Head coach: Steve Pikiell

Returning Starters: 4- G Ricky Lucas (senior): 6-4, 215; G Mitchell Beauford (senior): 5-11, 185; G Eddie Castellanos (sophomore): 6-1, 180; F Emanuel Neto (senior): 6-9, 245.

 

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11/18: Daily Dribble

November 18th, 2006
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Maryland's win in the Coaches vs Cancer Classic finals should catapult them into the top 25 for the first time this season. I dont necessarily know if Maryland will be better than Michigan State or Texas at the end of the season.. but this shows you what a team with three senior starters can do to start a season. For the Terps, like Texas and Michigan State as well, point guard play will go a long way in determining future success. Greivis Vasquez, Drew Neitzel, and DJ Augustin all impressed this week. The freshman Vasquez was perhaps the most surprising and ultimately got the W's. Neitzel is the veteran of these three, and looks noticeably stronger and more mature this season. Augustin in the end might be the best of those three. The high school All-American often dribbles around too much and needs to do a better job running the offense, but his ability to get into the lane and finish is simply unteachable and gives Texas an edge on most teams.

2006-07 Metro Preview: Stony Brook

October 17th, 2006
Stony BrookRaphielle Johnson Ranks & Previews the 14-team NYC Metro Region. #13 Stony Brook
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