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Hofstra’s Leah Galton Named DoubleGSports.com 2014 College Female Athlete of the Year

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(Courtesy Hofstra Atheltics)   Leah Galton has been named the DoubleGSports.com 2014 College Female Athlete of the Year. It’s been an off-season full of awards for the junior forward from the Hofstra University soccer team. Galton was previously named to the Eastern College Athletic Conference All-Second Team. She was ranked the 61st-best More...

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By Gregg Snyder On Monday, January 26th, 2015
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Rowan’s Richie Suarez Named DoubleGSports.com 2014 Inspirational Athlete of the Year

(Courtesy Rowan Athletics)   Rowan’s Richie Suarez was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in August 2010 before he was to attend the University as a freshman that fall.  He was scheduled for More...

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By Stephen Ur On Friday, January 23rd, 2015
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It’s about to be a GIRL FIGHT! Alabama and Auburn Women’s Basketball Teams Brawl

  The Auburn Tigers and the Alabama Crimson Tide showed their fans that the hate between is more than just on the football field. At the end of the game between the two schools, in which Alabama’s Breanna More...

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By Bob Whitney On Wednesday, January 21st, 2015
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MAAC Men’s Basketball Race Heating Up

(MAAC Sports)   Things are really heating up in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference men’s basketball race and you can thank coach Jim Baron’s Canisius College Golden Griffins. The host Golden Griffins More...

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By Bob Whitney On Wednesday, January 14th, 2015
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Improved Monmouth Squad Looks to Take Control of MAAC

Photo by Taylor Jackson   At last year’s MAAC tournament, Monmouth Hawks coach King Rice remarked in a postgame presser how satisfied he was with the progress of the Monmouth men’s basketball program, but More...

For playoff basketball to be played at Madison Square Garden this season, the Knicks must sweep their remaining four games.
By J.A. Michelle On Tuesday, January 13th, 2015
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Priceless ‘Garden Moments’ at Rivalry On Ice

Madison Square Garden – NYC On January 10, 2015, I walked into Madison Square Garden, like I had done so many times before.  I was there to see a hockey game.  Something I had done so many times before. More...

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By J.A. Michelle On Tuesday, December 30th, 2014
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“Rivalry on Ice” will likely be another one of those priceless “Garden Moments”

(Via thegarden.com)   Okay, bear with me ’cause I’m a Terrier so it is not easy for me to write this article.  I mean, it’s about those other college hockey teams, Yale and Harvard, and I More...

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By Jackie Daly On Tuesday, December 9th, 2014
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A New Partnership Begins: Big 10 and Madison Square Garden

(Photo by Jackie Daly – DoubleGSports.com)   The east coast seems to be summoning the Big 10 Conference. In recent years Maryland and Rutgers were added to the conference as the thirteenth and fourteenth More...

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By Bob Whitney On Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
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Marist comes up short against Boston College

(Via GoRedFoxes.com)   Chestnut Hill, MA. - The Marist men’s basketball team gave the Boston College Eagles a brief scare, trailing by only 41-36 at the half, but succumbed to intense defensive pressure and More...

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By Luis Vazquez On Monday, December 1st, 2014
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Fordham Digs Deep For Playoff Win Over Sacred Heart

  Sacred Heart’s huge offensive line was swatting away Fordham defenders like flies. Offensively, they chewed up yards in the air and on the ground. However, in this atmosphere of desperation, Fordham More...