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Poll: Who is the Best Team in the BracketBuster Pool?

September 8th, 2008

Writers Picks: Top Upsets & Surprise Teams

March 16th, 2008

Need help filling in your bracket? CHN writers give their predictions below about who will be the big winners and losers of this year's bracket. See how these picks compare to CHN's Official Prediction.


Surprise = Team that will exceed expectations/seed

A Saint's Welcome: Siena Advances to NCAA Tournament

March 11th, 2008

Albany, NY - Given the tight nature of the MAAC title race throughout the regular season, one that saw six teams finish within two games of first place, it would have been natural to expect a close final between co-champs Rider and Siena. However, the Saints' lone senior and birthday boy Tay Fisher made sure there would be no such drama. Taking all ten shots from behind the arc and making six, Fisher scored twenty-one points and helped lead Siena (22-10) to a 74-53 win in tonight's MAAC Tournament title game.

2008 NCAA Tournament Capsule: Siena

March 10th, 2008
Siena Saints

Metro Atlantic (22-10, 13-5)


Big Wins: 11/17 Stanford (79-67), 2/8 at Marist (97-88), 2/23 at Boise State (93-70)

Bad Losses: 11/9 at James Madison (88-100), 2/16 Loyola Maryland (76-83), 2/18 at Manhattan (72-73)

MAAC Semifinals Recap: Rider to Face Siena

March 9th, 2008

ALBANY, N.Y.- To say that things didn't look good from a depth standpoint heading into tonight's MAAC Tournament semifinal for Rider would be an understatement. Both Ryan Thompson and Justin Robinson missed the game due to injury, but Jason Thompson showed the Times Union Center crowd why he's Player of the Year and Matt Griffin and Kamron Warner stepped up to get the Broncs a 76-71 victory over Marist.

NYC Metro Ranking & Report: Jason Thompson Leads Rider

February 5th, 2008
IvyI’d be a fool not to mention the New York Giants’ 17-14 victory in Super Bowl XLII. Congratulations to the organization and all you Giants who helped this team achieve their 3-5 home record. Just kidding, enjoy the moment and the fact that just when everyone said this team couldn’t win, they went ahead and did it. Now, let’s move on to the week that was in the metropolitan area on the hardwood.


Team of the Week: Rider

Daily Poll: Who Will Win the MAAC?

October 21st, 2007
Loyola MD

2007-08 Siena Basketball Preview

August 16th, 2007

Siena Saints


Overall Rank: #86

MAAC Championship Preview

March 1st, 2007
MAACIn a season that saw teams picked to finish in the middle of the MAAC when the season began compete for the regular season title, it all comes to a climax in Bridgeport, CT this weekend. Marist, preseason pick to win the conference, held up their end of the bargain in winning the conference’s regular season title, their first ever outright MAAC crown. Led by the dynamic backcourt of seniors Jared Jordan and Will Whittington, the Red Foxes went 14-4 in conference play, finishing a game ahead of streaking Niagara. The versatile Charron Fisher, a junior who averaged

2006-07 Preview: Team's #121-130

October 2nd, 2006
Capsules of teams ranked 121st to 130th in CHN's 144 Teams in 144 Days Preview.