1. Long Island-Manhattan: Jaspers Look for Second 3-0 Start in Barry Rohrssen Era

    Tip-Off Saturday, Nov. 20, 2:00 PM, at Draddy Gymnasium, Bronx, NY It has been a couple of years since the Manhattan Jaspers started a season 3-0...

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  2. College Basketball 2010: Puerto Rico Tip-Off Preview and Predictions

    In the Puerto Rico Tip-Off, every team will play three games. The losers in the first round will enter a loser's bracket, and the winners in the first round will enter a winner's bracket...

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  3. Penn-Manhattan: Jaspers Use 17-0 Run Down the Stretch To Snatch Win from Quakers

    It seemed like the start of another long season after Manhattan's struggles in the final minutes of the first half continued into the second half. Then the Jaspers caught fire in the final eight minutes...

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  4. Penn-Manhattan: Jaspers Look To Halt Zack Rosen and Penn To Continue Hot Start

    Tip-Off Wednesday, Nov. 17, 7:00 PM, at Draddy Gymnasium, Bronx, NY Manhattan (1-0) returns home after pulling out a 75-70 victory at NJIT...

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  5. College Basketball Mid-Major Top 25 for November 15: Second Edition

    Rank. Team (Previous Rank) 1. Butler Bulldogs (1) Record: 1-0 Butler defeated Marian in its season opener with ease. The Bulldogs look forward to a road game against Louisville on Tuesday...

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  6. Manhattan-NJIT: Jaspers Survive Scare from NJIT, Win Opener 75-70

    It was not especially pretty, but the Manhattan Jaspers managed to win their season opener for the fourth straight year. This was the first time the Jaspers have won four straight season openers since the 1980s...

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  7. Manhattan-NJIT: Jaspers Look to Start Off 2010-11 Season on a High Note at NJIT

    Tip-Off Saturday, Nov. 13, 2:00 PM at Fleisher Center, Newark, NJ NJIT set a school record since entering Division I college basketball with 10 wins last season, and it will not be surprising to see the Highlanders surpass that mark this year...

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  8. College Basketball Mid-Major Team To Watch: Lipscomb Bisons

    I have had Lipscomb under my radar for the past few seasons, and every year the Bisons have played well and just barely let me down. In 2008-09, Lipscomb got off to a slow start, but then ended the regular season on a nine-game winning streak...

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  9. Manhattan Drops Exhibition Game to Concordia, but Positives Can Still Be Drawn

    It was definitely not a good sign that Manhattan lost to the Concordia Clippers. Nor was it a good sign that the Jaspers blew a five-point lead late in the game in their one and only exhibition game before the regular season...

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  10. College Basketball: 2010 NIT Season Tip-Off Preview and Predictions

    First Round—East Wake Forest vs. Hampton This game will easily be Wake Forest's. Hampton, which only won 14 games last season, lost its two leading scorers from ...

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  11. College Basketball Mid-Major Top 25 for November 8: First Edition

    Here is my preseason mid-major Top 25. It will include teams from all conferences except ACC, Big East, Big 12, Big Ten, SEC, Pac-10, MWC, A-10, and C-USA. The previous ranks will be taken from the final edition of last year's mid-major Top 25...

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  12. College Basketball Preseason Bracketology: November 7th Edition

    Normally, my bracketologies will be based only off of how teams have done up to that point in the season, and would not take the future part of the season into account...

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  13. Manhattan Jaspers Receive Verbal Commitment from NYC Forward Edson Avila

    Barry Rohrssen has added another verbal commitment for the 2011-12 season. Edson Avila, a 6'9" forward from Thomas Jefferson High School in Brooklyn, NY, made his commitment to the Jaspers on Tuesday...

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  14. Tigers Catcher Mike St. Pierre Called Up after 14 Years in the Minor Leagues

    With the expansion of the roster on September 1, Detroit Tigers catcher Max St. Pierre finally got the promotion he has been waiting for since he started playing baseball. St...

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  15. Manhattan Jaspers Sign Another Guard For 2011-12 in Brooklyn Star Davontay Grace

    Barry Rohrssen already signed 5'10" point guard Dayvon Whitaker for the 2011-12 season. He has now added to next year's recruiting class with the addition of Jefferson High School guard Davontay Grace...

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  16. MAAC Season Preview: Will Siena Make Its Way to a Four-Peat?

    1. Fairfield Stags Key Returning Players: Greg Nero, Derek Needham, Yorel Hawkins Key Recruits: Majok Majok, Maurice Barrow The Fairfield Stags are the frontrunners in the MAAC for the upcoming season...

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  17. Clemson Hires Brad Brownell, Colorado's Bzdelik Leaves for Wake Forest

    Brad Brownell (Wright State) to Clemson Brad Brownell went 84-45 in four seasons at Wright State. Before he was at Wright State, Brownell went 83-40 in four seasons at UNC-Wilmington...

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  18. Fred Hill Out at Rutgers After Four Seasons, ACC Jobs Remain Open

    Alan Major (Ohio State Assistant) to Charlotte On Friday, Charlotte announced that Ohio State assistant Alan Major will replace Bobby Lutz for the 2010-11 season...

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  19. Iona Hoops Hires Successful D-II Coach Tim Cluess To Replace Kevin Willard

    This is the third edition of the coaching changes that have taken place so far in the 2010 college basketball offseason. Get up to date by checking out the last edition. Iona brings in Tim Cluess (C...

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  20. Mid-Major Top 25, Final Edition

    It has been a while since the last edition of the mid-major top 25. Here is a link for the last edition. Rank. Team (Previous Ranking) 1. Butler Bulldogs (1) Record: 33-5, 18-0 Horizon RPI: 12 This year's Butler team will be remembered forever...

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  21. Manhattan's Barry Rohrssen Will Stay With Jaspers For a Fifth Season

    Rohrssen was debating whether to stay with Manhattan in Riverdale or to travel to Queens with Steve Lavin as a St. John's assistant. On Tuesday, Rohrssen made his decision—he will stay with Manhattan and coach in 2010-11...

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  22. Danny Hurley Heads to Wagner, Oliver Purnell Leaves Clemson To Rebuild DePaul

    Here is the second update of coaching changes that have taken place so far in college basketball. To check out the first edition, click here. Danny Hurley (St. Benedict's Prep, Newark, N...

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  23. Duke, Coach K Take Home National Title As Last-Second Shot Rims Out

    I had the pleasure of watching this game with my father. My father loves to root for the underdogs, so as you can imagine, not only did he root for Butler, but he despises Duke (and the New York Yankees and all teams of the sort)...

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  24. Why Manhattan Basketball's Barry Rohrssen Should Not Bolt for St. John's

    The question about Barry Rohrssen's future has not yet been answered. However, new information is slowly being released and the situation seems to be moving along. St. John's head coach Steve Lavin has been trying to contact Rohrssen since he was hired..

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  25. 2010 Final Four: Butler Is One Game Away from Winning It All in Hometown

    Butler has already done the improbable by making it to the championship game, but the Bulldogs now have a chance to do the impossible. Many had Butler losing in the first round of the tournament, and few had it going past the Sweet 16...

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