UMBC Sets A Program Record For Threes Made

UMBC Sets A Program Record For Threes Made

By: Ethan Hennessy Catonsville Maryland The Retrievers looked to snap a two game losing streak when they returned home to face local rival Coppin State. The Eagles were on their fifth straight road game out of a near month long nine game swing away from West Baltimore. Jacob Boonyasith had 19 points only eight minutes […]

Towson Moves to a Program Best 5-0

Towson Moves to a Program Best 5-0

By: Ethan Hennessy Towson Maryland Towson put their undefeated record on the line as they welcomed Coppin State to SECU Arena Tuesday night. The matchup featured the two best teams in the Baltimore area. Towson who was picked as the CAA pre-season favorite and has been receiving national attention as one of the best mid […]

Jerrod Calhoun Collects Win Number 200 Over UC San Diego in Annapolis

Jerrod Calhoun Collects Win Number 200 Over UC San Diego in Annapolis

By: Ethan Hennessy Annapolis Maryland Youngstown State and UC San Diego met for the first ever series meeting on the hardwood in Annapolis Maryland. Both teams were participating in a three team MTE held at Navy. Youngstown State started off hot early, but UC San Diego battled back throughout the half and eventually ended the […]

Lafayette Survives A Late Comeback From CCSU

Lafayette Survives A Late Comeback From CCSU

By: Ethan Hennessy Catonsville Maryland Lafayette and Central Connecticut State both entered Saturday afternoon’s game seeking win number one on the young season. The two teams were squaring off in a true neutral site game inside of Chesapeake Employers Insurance Arena on the campus of UMBC. This game was part of the three team round […]

Princeton Bounces Back Against UMBC

Princeton Bounces Back Against UMBC

By: Ethan Hennessy Catonsville Maryland UMBC and Princeton squared off Monday night in Catonsville and it was a fast paced up and down basketball game. Graduate transfer Colton Lawrence from division two Bentley got the Retrievers started early. I was told pre-game “UMBC goes as Colton goes”. By the time the first media timeout rolled […]

#3 Houston Shines in the Veterans Classic

#3 Houston Shines in the Veterans Classic

By: Ethan Hennessy Annapolis Maryland The 9th Annual Veterans Classic took place November 11th at Alumni Hall in Annapolis Maryland. Two themes emerged from the night. First, Houston is a legitimate final four and national championship contender and second the floor conditions at Alumni Hall had a big impact on the event. #3 Houston jumped […]

2022-23 Pre-Season CBI/Basketball Classic Bracketology

2022-23 Pre-Season CBI/Basketball Classic Bracketology

By: Ethan Hennessy Hello everybody! College Basketball season is right around the corner. I hope you’re excited because I know I am. I’ll be covering the sport for my seventh season now (sixth here on HappeningHoops.com). As many of you know I’m based in the Baltimore area so I’ll be courtside for games at a […]

Ranking Arenas I’ve Attended Games At Part 2 (1-25)

Ranking Arenas I’ve Attended Games At Part 2 (1-25)

By: Ethan Hennessy I’ve had the opportunity to attend lots of college basketball games over the years at many different venues. I’ve seen division one games at 56 arenas and this is part two of a two part series in which I rank the arenas I enjoyed most. The first part can be found on […]

Ranking Arenas I’ve Attended Games At Part 1 (26-49)

Ranking Arenas I’ve Attended Games At Part 1 (26-49)

By: Ethan Hennessy I’ve had the opportunity to attend lots of college basketball games over the years at many different arenas. I’ve seen division one games at 56 arenas and over the course of the next two posts on HappeningHoops.com I’ll be telling you which places I enjoyed the most. Honorable Mention: There are seven […]

Texas A&M Defeats Washington State in the NIT Semifinals at Madison Square Garden

Texas A&M Defeats Washington State in the NIT Semifinals at Madison Square Garden

By: Ethan Hennessy New York City New York Texas A&M and Washington State were two of the final nine teams still alive for a postseason championship when they tipped off the second NIT semifinal at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Tuesday night. The Aggies and Cougars perhaps were both feeling the pressure […]