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Local NY/NJ Guide To The 2014 NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament

The Fordham Rams captured their first ever Atlantic 10 title. (Image via bxtimes.com)

With so many teams in the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament you might think it’s too hard to follow the local teams and players that will be competing. Not so fast! Yesterday we provided you with our guide for the men’s tournament, and today we get you caught up on who’s participating in the women’s tourney. DoubleGSports.com More...

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Manhattan College - the 2014 MAAC champions - (Courtesy: Stockton Photo)
By Gregg Snyder On Tuesday, March 18th, 2014
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Local NY/NJ Guide To The 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament

March Madness is here. So many people around the country are filling out brackets as well speak, and will continue to do so until the 2nd Round tips off at noon EST on Thursday. With so many teams in the NCAA Men’s More...

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By Bob Whitney On Friday, March 7th, 2014
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Rider Advances in MAAC Tournament

(Photo courtesy of Rider University) SPRINGFIELD, MA. – No.8 Rider University men’s basketball team rallied in the second half from an eight point deficit to defeat No. 9 Monmouth University, 71-60, in the More...

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By Bernadette Pasley On Sunday, March 2nd, 2014
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York College Upsets Top-Seeded CSI to Win CUNY Basketball Championship

In one of the most thrilling finishes in CUNY basketball history, the York College men’s basketball team stunned top-seeded College of Staten Island (CSI) in the final minute, for an 87-84 win on Friday at the More...

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By Bernadette Pasley On Sunday, March 2nd, 2014
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Baruch College Women Win Seventh Straight CUNY Basketball Championship

Iyana Abrams scored a team-high of 15 points and Frances Henry sunk two crucial three-pointers, helping the Baruch College women’s basketball team beat Hunter College 70-54 in the title game of the CUNYAC Basketball More...

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By Kevin Dolan On Friday, February 28th, 2014
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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 5 of 5: A Final Analyze of NCAA Bylaw 12.3

(Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images) The NCAA has been in the news in recent years for punishing players and programs for breaking bylaws, such as the no agent rule, yet they never explain what happens to the More...

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By Kevin Dolan On Thursday, February 27th, 2014
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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 4 of 5: Coach Spurrier’s College Athlete Payment System Idea

John Sommers Ii/Getty Images Steve Spurrier, one of the most famous college football coaches of all-time, was a college star himself.  Spurrier played college football for the University of Florida, where he was More...

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By Kevin Dolan On Wednesday, February 26th, 2014
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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 3 of 5: The NCAA vs. Terrelle Pryor

(Photo: Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports) Terrelle Pryor, at one time considered the one of the top high school prospects of all-time, chose to take his talents to Ohio State in 2008. In his first game at Ohio State, More...

USC running back Reggie Bush won the 2005 Heisman Trophy. (AP Photo)
By Kevin Dolan On Tuesday, February 25th, 2014
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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 2 of 5: The NCAA vs. Reggie Bush

Reggie Bush was a two time All-American running back, National Champion and one of the most exciting college football players to take the field during his three years at USC. In 2005, he ran for an astonishing 1,740 More...

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By Kevin Dolan On Monday, February 24th, 2014
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NCAA: Evil Empire or Necessary Rule Maker? PART 1 of 5: The “Basic Purpose” of the NCAA

Division I Athletics has seen a large growth in popularity and monetarily over the last decade and a half.  This is because of the rise in talent that incoming collegiate athletes have. Today’s athletes are some More...