In the afterglow of their 77-59 title game win over Columbia, the Tigers deserve their due.
Seton Hall has the better resume. Seton Hall has home court on Sunday. But Rutgers has all the thunder now.
This might be the chief reason the Tigers haven’t lost a league game during Carla Berube’s tenure.
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Don’t look now, but the forward from England leads the Ivy League in both field goal percentage and assists per game.
To find the last time three New Jersey men’s basketball programs made the NCAA Tournament in the same year, you have to look back to 2004.
Monmouth coach King Rice has told the story of his first conversation with Shavar Reynolds before. He’s eager to tell it again.
Why the coach’s early-season philosophy explains how the Pirates have started slow in recent games.
If the arc of Rutgers’ season can be boiled down to consistent, week-by-week improvement, consider Cliff Omoruyi the poster boy.
Also: notes on Monmouth’s jump from the MAAC to the CAA.
And other notes from the latest upset in Piscataway.
The Kevin Willard era at Seton Hall is over. His successor might still be at the dance.