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  1. Siena throws wrench into MAAC race

    Feb 21, 2014, 10:42 PM EST

    Steve Masiello

    With just a handful of MAAC regular season games remaining in 2014, it appeared the conference’s top three teams were Iona, Manhattan, and Quinnipiac. However, Siena upset what seemed to be the league’s natural order by defeating the Jaspers, 67-63, dropping Manhattan (13-4 MAAC) to third place and giving Jimmy Patsos his first premier win…

  2. UConn hosting “Heart Of A Champion: A Tribute To Jim Calhoun” Sunday evening

    Sep 22, 2013, 4:45 PM EST

    Jim Calhoun, Opie Otterstad

    Jim Calhoun, the coach who transformed Connecticut basketball from a decent program in New England to a true national power from 1986 – 2012, will be honored this evening. Prior to Calhoun’s coming to Connecticut, the school had reached just two NCAA Tournaments since 1967, and were hardly contenders from a national perspective. In his…

  3. Former St. Francis (PA) guard Umar Shannon picks Quinnipiac

    Jun 2, 2013, 2:00 PM EST

    pressofatlanticcity.com

    St. Francis’ (PA) leading scorer last season, Umar Shannon, will use his fifth year of eligibility at Quinnipiac University playing for Tom Moore. Shannon averaged 11.2 points, 2.3 rebounds, and 3.3 assists under first year head coach Rob Krimmel in a grueling 5-24 season. Hailing from Atlantic City, NJ, Shannon also considered Fairfield, Canisius, Hofstra…

  4. One to watch: Ike Azotam

    Jul 28, 2012, 4:08 PM EST

    photo: Quinnipiac Athletics

    It’s a tough year for hoops in the Nutmeg State. The Connecticut Huskies, just two years out from a stunning national title run, have been gutted by APR problems, banned from postseason play and losing top players as a result. That doesn’t mean the state has nothing to look forward to, however. Quinnipiac made a…