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Monthly Archives: February 2013

Wrapping up the NESCAC Season

Another NESCAC season has come and gone and, as always, it didn’t disappoint. Amherst has tallied an incredible 26 straight conference wins, capping two undefeated regular seasons with NESCAC champions. What the Lord Jeffs have accomplished this year should not overlooked — running the table in this conference is incredibly difficult, and to do it […]

Projecting the NCAA Tournament Teams

Tomorrow at 12:30 PM, the NCAA Selection Committee will announce the 62-team field for this year’s 2013 D3 Championship Tournament. There are 42 teams automatically-qualified based on conference championships (Pool A), 1 non-automatic-qualifying conference championship (Pool B), and 19 at-large bids. The first 42 teams will be known to everyone by tonight as conference tournaments […]

Pool A Finalized

Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference: Penn State-Behrend (20-8) American Southwest Conference: Texas-Dallas (23-5) Capital Athletic Conference: St. Mary’s (24-3) Centennial Conference: Dickinson (20-7) City University of New York Athletic Conference: Staten Island (22-5) College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin: North Central (Ill.) (24-3) Colonial States Athletic Conference: Cabrini (22-5) Commonwealth Coast Conference: Curry (21-7) Empire 8: […]

Back to LeFrak

Middlebury enters the NESCAC Semifinals 22-2 and ranked 4th in the country. Very few teams that boast the Panthers’ resumé, however, have faced as daunting a slate of potential opponents in a conference tournament as Middlebury does this weekend. Saturday, Jeff Brown’s squad plays 7th-ranked Williams, the team that ended his team’s streak of 16 […]

Middlebury Basketball Radio Special

We host a weekly radio, this semester running from 2-3:30 PM on Thursdays. We were lucky enough to have Coach Alex Popp, Joey Kizel, and James Jensen in the studio this past week. We spent the rest of the time talking about the last few games and the games ahead this weekend. Amherst 3OT highlights: […]