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  • Kiernan, Wieck pick it up as Navy pulls away to beat Coppin, 77-58

    Kiernan, Wieck pick it up as Navy pulls away to beat Coppin, 77-58

    Navy men’s basketball needed to get more production from its veteran returning players going into Wednesday’s home game against Coppin State. In two outings this season, forwards George Kiernan and Evan Wieck along with point guard Hasan Abdullah were averaging just 17 points among them. Two of...

  • Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer joins exclusive club with 1,000th career victory

    Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer joins exclusive club with 1,000th career victory

    Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer joined an exclusive club, reaching 1,000 wins. Stringer became the fifth Division I women's basketball coach to achieve the milestone and sixth woman overall when the Scarlet Knights beat Central Connecticut State 73-44 on Tuesday night. The Hall of Fame coach joined...

  • Navy-Coppin State Basketball Capsule: A look at the matchup

    Navy-Coppin State Basketball Capsule: A look at the matchup

    NAVY MEN’S BASKETBALL WHAT: Division I men’s basketball WHEN: Wednesday, 7 p.m. WHERE: Alumni Hall, Naval Academy MATCHUP: Navy (0-2) vs. Coppin State (0-2) SERIES HISTORY: Navy leads 2-1 OUTLOOK: Navy looks to get into the win column after being routed by Old Dominion (67-44) in the season opener...

  • Brown University 'recruits' 7-year-old basketball player

    A 7-year-old boy is the newest recruit to the Brown University men's basketball team. Christian Berardi, of North Providence, officially signed his "letter of intent" with the Brown Bears on Tuesday. Berardi has an immune disease called eosinophilic esophagitis, and he met the team through the...

  • State basketball roundup (Nov. 12): K.J. Jackson sets winning pace for UMBC

    State basketball roundup (Nov. 12): K.J. Jackson sets winning pace for UMBC

    UMBC junior guard K.J. Jackson stuffed the stat sheet with a team-high 20 points, seven rebounds and seven assists, leading the Retrievers men's basketball team (2-1) to a 75-52 victory over Manhattan (0-2) at the UMBC Event Center on Monday night. Jackson led four Retrievers in double figures,...

  • State basketball roundup (Nov. 11): Drayton's career-high 21 points lift Towson men

    State basketball roundup (Nov. 11): Drayton's career-high 21 points lift Towson men

    Quinton Drayton scored a career-high 21 points in 13 minutes and the Towson men's basketball team cruised to a 93-66 win over Division III Wesley on Sunday.

  • College basketball roundup: No. 4 Duke pulls away from Army

    College basketball roundup: No. 4 Duke pulls away from Army

    Zion Williamson had 27 points and 16 rebounds, and No. 4 Duke pulled away to beat Army 94-72 on Sunday. Cameron Reddish finished with 25 points and a third freshman — RJ Barrett — had 23 while Williamson added six blocked shots and four assists for the Blue Devils (2-0). Playing five days after...

  • College roundup: Marist downs Navy in women's basketball, 72-48

    College roundup: Marist downs Navy in women's basketball, 72-48

    NAVY WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: The Mids fell to Marist College, 72-48, on Sunday afternoon at Alumni Hall. The visiting Red Foxes (1-0) used a scorching run of play in the second quarter to break out a 23-point lead over the Mids (1-1) by halftime. Navy played Marist nearly even in the second half, but...

  • Phil Booth nets 23, Villanova rolls past Quinnipiac

    Phil Booth nets 23, Villanova rolls past Quinnipiac

    Having been a part of the coaching staff that brought Phil Booth to Villanova, Quinnipiac coach Baker Dunleavy knows exactly what the Villanova senior is capable of. "He's every bit as good as any player in the country and I think he'll show that this year," Dunleavy said. Booth scored a career-best...

  • Jim Calhoun, St. Joe's bring down the house, win inaugural game, 79-74

    Jim Calhoun, St. Joe's bring down the house, win inaugural game, 79-74

    It didn’t take long for Jim Calhoun to pop off his high stool and show that this coaching comeback was not meant as a fun, retirement fling. “A kinder, gentler Jim?” Calhoun said. “… Wrong.” No, it mattered not that he is 76 and has just finished a two-year battle with cancer. He was pacing the...

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