Photo Credit: Hector Martinez / Moving Pictures 2018-19 season: 20-8 regular-season record, PSAL City finalist. Players to Watch: Jaquan Carlos, Diovion Middleton, Kevin Tabb, Ramsey King. Never forget about the Orange Wave… With tons of buzz surrounding South Shore and Brooklyn Collegiate, there is one team many should still keep their eyes on and that … Continue reading Tri-State Power 25 Season Preview: Thomas Jefferson Orange Wave.
Knicks guard Alonzo Trier talks to HDNYC about on preparing for next season and summer basketball. Continue reading ISO Zo’s Summertime Grind
Photo Credit: Texas Basketball Texas was one of many bubble teams that missed the Big Dance, but this has influenced them to go on a deep run in the Postseason NIT. For sophomore guard Matt Coleman III a deep postseason NIT run meant a trip back to the place where he led his his high … Continue reading Life Coming in Full Circle for Matt Coleman III
Photo Credit: Noah K. Murray/USA Today Sports From February 17th to March 9th, The Villanova Wildcats went 3-3 to finish the regular season. Given how dominant they have been in the conference since the league’s reconfiguration in 2014, most people would have thought that the Wildcats were not capable of repeating as tournament champs. This … Continue reading 2019 Big East Tournament: Eric Paschall and Phil Booth’s Impact on The Villanova Wildcats
The Seton Hall Pirates May have lost the Big East Championship but they proved a lot and they are one of many teams to be feared in the NCAA tournament. Continue reading Big East Press: Pirates fall in Championship but Still Has the Juice
St. John’s had a tough time stopping Georgetown on Sunday afternoon Photo Credit: Georgetown Athletics Big East Press a monthly column about local Big East teams and the players from the NYC tri-state area who play in it. The midpoint of conference play is a time where the men have separated themselves from the boys … Continue reading Big East Press: Tourney or Bust
Photo Credit: Villanova Basketball 13:45 remaining in the game, Villanova leading UConn 41-36. Jahvon Quinerly gets the steal and bounce passes it to Phil booth for the layup to give the Wildcats their biggest lead of the game. From this point on, the Wildcats never looked back and they were able to dominate the Huskies … Continue reading Big East Press: Villanova Moving Forward after Dominant win over UConn