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  • Men's Basketball: Lack of turnovers sinks Mount

    EMMITSBURG - When Mount St. Mary's is forcing turnovers with pressure defense and scoring in transition, the Mountaineers tend to light up the scoreboard. But when the opposition handles the MSM press, well, the scoreboard doesn't move much. The Mount...
  • Women's Basketball: Mount opens NEC tourney with win

    EMMITSBURG - Mount St. Mary's forward Rachel Mathews knew she was going to have a tough matchup in Sunday's NEC Tournament quarterfinal. The 6-foot-1 senior was facing Wagner's Ugo Nwaigwe, a 6-foot-3 sophomore who was just named NEC Defensive Player...
  • Men's Basketball: Mount suffers bad loss

    EMMITSBURG - During a mostly successful season that has included wins over two of the top three teams in the Northeast Conference and nice non-conference victories against American and Bucknell, Mount St. Mary's has also thrown in a few clunkers....
  • Commentary: Christian has an easy system to sell

    Mount St. Mary's coach Jamion Christian chose his team's running, gunning, pressing, high-scoring style of play for two reasons. First, of course, he believes shooting early in the shot clock, often from long range, and creating offense off of...
  • Coach eager to see if MSM can win on road

    Mount St. Mary's took two of three against top-tier Northeast Conference teams on a recent homestand. That wasn't a surprise. The Mountaineers are 15-4 at Knott Arena during coach Jamion Christian's tenure and are playing to a .680 winning percentage...
  • Christian continuing Mount's coaching legacy

    The lean, youthful-looking guy in the white T-shirt and basketball shorts hoisting 3-pointers before practice on the campus of Mount St. Mary's could easily have been mistaken for a player, if not for the whistle around his neck and the lanyard holding...
  • Work ethic the key to Norfleet's success

    Three different coaches have guided Mount St. Mary's to the NCAA tournament a total of four times in the past two decades, with all manner of teams. One common thread runs through all four, however. An All-Northeast Conference point guard. The three...
  • Men's basketball: MSM trio set for Senior Day

    EMMITSBURG - Mount St. Mary's senior point guard Julian Norfleet was talking about how he might become emotional Saturday afternoon during "Senior Day" festivities because it will be the last time he plays a game at Knott Arena. Then he cut himself off....
  • Mount falls to Albany in wild NCAA first round game

    DAYTON, Ohio - Mount St. Mary's coach Jamion Christian stood at the foul line and applauded as his Mountaineers left the floor for the final time this season, stopping to embrace senior Sam Prescott, who lingered on the court not wanting his NCAA...
  • Coach: Style of play 'benefits' Mount during tournament play

    Mount St. Mary's has been a .500 team the past two regular seasons, going 29-29. The Mountaineers are a good-but-not-great 20-14 in Northeast Conference play over that span. But the Mount becomes a different team once NEC tournament play begins. During...
  • Mount St. Mary's wins NEC championship

    MOON TOWNSHIP, Pa. - One by one, the coaches, players, team managers, everyone associated with the Mount St. Mary's basketball program, ascended the ladder and cut down a tiny piece of the net as a few hundred fans standing on the court cheered wildly....
  • Mount women can't climb back in NEC semifinal loss

    EMMITSBURG - With 14 seconds remaining in a Northeast Conference semifinal, Alexa Hayward hit two free throws to give Saint Francis University a three-point lead. Mt. Saint Mary's inbounded the ball and raced up the court, leading to an open look for...