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State of '08: New York

September 29th, 2008
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Marist Adds Daye Kaba and Javon Parris

September 5th, 2008

POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. - Marist men's basketball coach Chuck Martin announced to the additions of Daye Kaba and Javon Parris to the team on Friday. Kaba is a transfer from Boston College who will serve his NCAA-mandated year in residency during the 2008-09 season, and then will have two years of eligibility remaining. Parris will have two years of eligibility beginning this season.

Daye Kaba - 6'3" / 215 - Guard - Our Savior New American / Boston College - Ridge, N.Y.

Marist Signs Hall & Vouyoukas to National Letters of Intent

May 16th, 2008
POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. ? Marist head men’s basketball coach Chuck Martin announced the signing of R.J. Hall and Alex Vouyoukas to National Letters of Intent on Friday. Hall and Vouyoukas, who will attend Marist in the fall of 2008, are the first two players to sign with the Red Foxes since Martin was hired as head coach on April 17.  “We are bringing in two quality people with the potential to be outstanding players in this league,” Martin said. “Both come from winning programs, which is extremely important to me and my staff at Marist.”

Lots of changes at Marist...and some other Northeast news

April 16th, 2008

Well, today marks the beginning of the Spring Signing Period, and many fans are awaiting the decision of guard Tyreke Evans. The explosive prerimeter player is said to be leaning in the direction of Memphis, and that's who I'd expect him to sign with due to the departure of Derrick Rose. But the school with the most going on in recent days has to be Marist, who will any day be gaining a head coach, but they've already lost two players.

- Memphis assistant Jose "Chucky" Martin to be named Marist head coach.

NYC Metro Ranking & Report: Year End Review

April 14th, 2008

Well, another season is in the books, and it was a quiet postseason for metropolitan area schools as only Rider played in a postseason tournament. Alas, their season ended in the CBI with a loss at Old Dominion, but that shouldn’t take away from a season that saw them finish one game away from an NCAA Tournament bid. The injury bug, something that the Broncs didn’t have to deal with all season, came up and bit them during the MAAC Tournament, but they got to the final nonetheless.

MAAC Quaterfinals Recap: Rider Survives, Niagara Dethroned

March 9th, 2008

ALBANY, N.Y.- On paper, the matchup between conference co-champion Rider and last-place Canisius looked like an absolute snoozer. The Broncs, in sweeping the Golden Griffins, won the two games in blowout fashion. The second of which was a 102-51 whipping that underscored just how bad Canisius has been all year. But a not so funny thing happened: Canisius didn't fold.

NYC Metro Ranking & Report

January 14th, 2008

Team of the week: Wagner
Results: W 77-62 @ Monmouth, W 60-59 vs. St. Francis (PA)

NYC Metro Ranking & Report: Seton Hall Still #1

December 20th, 2007
Well, this is the week in which many teams in the area are either just out of finals, or finishing up. This means that a lot more basketball will be on the docket in the final weeks of 2007. But the question has to be asked: how do we figure out the majority of these teams? Has Seton Hall, with a 7-2 record, done enough to stay at the top of the poll…or is it that no one immediately behind them has played well enough to move up? I kept the Pirates there for that reason, even though they will need to use these

NYC Metro Preview: #3 Marist

December 12th, 2007

4. Marist (2006-07 Record: 25-9, 14-4 MAAC)

Head coach: Matt Brady

Returning Starters: 2- G/F Ben Farmer (senior): 6-5, 193; F/C Ryan Stilphen (senior): 6-8, 222.


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