5 Names to Watch in the Wichita State Coaching Search

5 Names to Watch in the Wichita State Coaching Search

By: Ethan Hennessy Greg Marshall resigned over allegations of punching a player, and verbal abuse of players and staff members today. The school has named Isaac Brown the interim coach for this season. Brown has been on the WSU staff for the past seven seasons, but it appears he is likely a bridge coach until […]

College Basketball Season Cancellation Tracker

College Basketball Season Cancellation Tracker

By: Ethan Hennessy This page is a resource to keep track of which teams are not playing in the 2020-21 season. Check back for updates. Last Updated 12-23-20 3:33 P.M. EST The following teams will not be playing in the 2020-21 season (11 teams) Bethune Cookman (MEAC) Brown (Ivy) Columbia (Ivy) Chicago State (WAC) Cornell […]

HappeningHoops.com CIT Bracketology Number 13 March 11th 2020

HappeningHoops.com CIT Bracketology Number 13 March 11th 2020

By: Ethan Hennessy   If you had not already heard the CBI cancelled its tournament for 2020 due to “the uncertainty about the corona virus and the impact it is having on college campuses across the country”.     The CIT released a statement this afternoon saying “At this time, the CollegeInsider Tournament (CIT) is […]

Bucknell Defeats Second Seed American in the Patriot League Tournament Quarterfinals

Bucknell Defeats Second Seed American in the Patriot League Tournament Quarterfinals

By: Ethan Hennessy Washington D.C. One of the best players in American University basketball history and 2020 Patriot League Player of the Year Sa’eed Nelson had never won a Patriot League Tournament game in his four year career in the nation’s capital entering Thursday’s clash against the Bucknell Bison. That trend continued as 2 seed […]

Omaha Wins a Thriller and Spoils Fort Wayne’s Second to Last Summit League Home Game

Omaha Wins a Thriller and Spoils Fort Wayne’s Second to Last Summit League Home Game

By: Ethan Hennessy Fort Wayne Indiana The last twelve games in the Fort Wayne and Omaha rivalry had been decided by single digits with five of them going to overtime. Another overtime thriller was narrowly avoided at the Gates Center on Thursday night as the Omaha Mavericks escaped with a 61-59 win over the Fort […]

#13 Penn State Wins at Mackey Arena for the First Time Since 2006

#13 Penn State Wins at Mackey Arena for the First Time Since 2006

By: Ethan Hennessy West Lafayette Indiana Penn State entered Tuesday night’s game at Purdue ranked thirteenth in the nation according to the AP poll. This was the highest ranking for the Nittany Lions since the 1995-96 season. PSU was ridding a six game winning streak which most recently included a win at Michigan State followed […]

HappeningHoops.com CBI/CIT Bracketology Number 8 February 14th 2020

HappeningHoops.com CBI/CIT Bracketology Number 8 February 14th 2020

By: Ethan Hennessy Hello everyone! We are in the final three weeks of the college basketball regular season. The postseason is right around the corner! If you are unfamiliar with my work I predict the fields of the College Basketball Invitational (CBI), and the CollegeInsider.com Postseason Tournament (CIT). They may not be the NCAA Tournament, […]

Princeton handles Penn in Ivy League Opener

Princeton handles Penn in Ivy League Opener

By: Ethan Hennessy Philadelphia Pennsylvania The Penn Quakers and Princeton Tigers met for the 242 time on Saturday night with Penn leading the series 126 to 115. The venue was the historic Palestra in Philadelphia Pennsylvania. The palestra is not only the home court of the Penn Quakers, but it is also the venue that […]

Loyola Greyhounds All Decade Teams

Loyola Greyhounds All Decade Teams

Second Team Dylon Cormier (2010 – 2013) – Dylon is one of only two players on both of these teams to finish top 10 in scoring in program history. He is in eighth place, and third in steals. Cormier was the primary scoring option during Loyola’s glory days in the MAAC. He was also able […]

Hawaii’s Poor Shooting Night Dooms the Rainbow Warriors in the Second Half at Illinois

Hawaii’s Poor Shooting Night Dooms the Rainbow Warriors in the Second Half at Illinois

By: Ethan Hennessy Champaign Illinois   The Hawaii Rainbow Warriors entered Monday night’s contest at Illinois playing their first basketball game east of the Mississippi River since December 8th 2008 which coincidentally was also a Monday night game at Illinois. After a very slow start for both teams in which neither team had cracked double […]