• No. 21 Anchormen edged by No. 6 Amherst in NCAA Tournament
    March 10, 2007
    Amherst, Mass.—The No. 21 Rhode Island College men’s basketball team saw its season come to a close in an 81-69 loss to sixth-ranked Amherst College in the Sectional Final of the 2007 NCAA Div. III Men’s Basketball Tournament on Saturday evening. The Anchormen conclude a magical 2006-07 campaign, which saw the team establish new school records for wins in a season, while reaching the Elite Eight for the first time.
  • Owls feeling Sweet-16 again
    March 05, 2007
    KEENE, N.H. 3/5/07 - For the second time in four years, the Keene State College men's basketball team is feeling "Sweet-16." The Owls, who advanced to the "Sweet-16" of the NCAA Division III tournament with a heart-stopping 76-75 win over Salem State on Saturday, will face a familiar foe in the next round - Rhode Island College. The two Little East rivals will hook up for the fourth time this season on Friday in a 6 p.m. game at Amherst College.
  • Rhode Island College battles conference rival Keene State in NCAA Sectional Round
    March 04, 2007
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.—The Rhode Island College Anchormen advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Div. III Men’s Basketball Tournament with a 70-67 win over Brandeis in the Second Round on Saturday, Mar. 3.
  • Owls set sail for Salem State
    March 03, 2007
    KEENE, N.H. 3/2/07 - Tickets for Keene State's second-round NCAA Division III men's tournament game at Salem State ( Sat., 7 p.m.) will go on sale from 10 a.m. - Noon Saturday at Spaulding Gym. The ticket window will close prior to Noon if all tickets have been sold.
  • Owls win thriller over Salem State, 76-75
    March 03, 2007
    SALEM, MASS. 3/3/07 - Junior forward Nick Drouin's (Weare, NH) layup with just four seconds to play gave Keene State College (25-5) a thrilling 76-75 victory over Salem State College (24-3) in an NCAA Division 3 Men's Basketball Tournament second round game played at James Twohig Gymnasium.
  • Rhode Island College hosts opening rounds of NCAA Tournament
    February 26, 2007
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.—The NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Committee selected Rhode Island College as one of the 11 national sites to host four teams in first and second-round competition of the 2007 NCAA Tournament on March 2-3. Joining the Anchormen at The Murray Center will be Brandeis University, Coast Guard, and Trinity College (Conn.).
  • Rhode Island College wins Little East Conference Tournament: Anchormen headed to NCAA's
    February 24, 2007
    PROVIDENCE,R.I.—Top-seeded Rhode Island College defeated second-seeded Keene State College, 87-75, in the Championship Game of the 2007 Little East Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament. It is the first Little East title in the program’s history and the Anchormen will be dancing into the NCAA Div. III Men’s Basketball Tournament for the first time in 28 years (1979). Head Coach Bob Walsh’s team is 24-3 overall, matching the school record for the most wins in the program’s history, previously established by the 1968-69 edition.
  • Manager to suit up for Owls hoop team
    February 16, 2007
    KEENE, N.H. 2/16/07 - There will be a new player sitting on the bench in Keene State's final regular season men's basketball game against Southern Maine on Saturday. But he will be no stranger to the coaching staff or players.
  • Devin Ruocco named to ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Team
    February 08, 2007
    PLYMOUTH, N.H. – One of the senior captains on the Plymouth State University men’s basketball team has been honored for his successful accomplishments in the classroom as well as on the basketball court.
  • Official Boston Celtics mascot entertain Plymouth State fans
    February 01, 2007
    PLYMOUTH, N.H. -- Come out to the Plymouth State University women’s & men’s basketball games on Tuesday, Feb. 6, against University of Southern Maine, when all are invited to attend the PSU Annual “Spirit Night”.
  • Anchormen crack D3Hoops.com national poll
    January 16, 2007
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.— The Rhode Island College men’s basketball team debuted at No. 22 in the latest edition of the D3hoops.com national poll this morning, marking the program’s first national ranking. The Anchormen have been on the verge of cracking the national standings all season, receiving recognition in the “Others Receiving Votes” section in all previous seven listings.
  • Kinsey Durgin receives regional recognition
    January 10, 2007
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.—Rhode Island College senior guard Kinsey Durgin (Greenwood, Maine) was named to the Eastern College Athletics Conference (ECAC) honor roll for his impressive performances during the week ending Jan. 7. Less than twenty-four hours earlier, Durgin was selected as the Little East Conference Men’s Basketball Player of the Week by the conference office. He averaged 14.5 points, 8.0 rebounds, and 2.0 assists in 65 minutes of action.
  • Devin Ruocco receives ECAC recognition
    December 06, 2006
    PLYMOUTH, N.H. – A Plymouth State University men’s student-athlete has been recognized by the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) for this accomplishments on the hardwood this past week.
  • Warrior walking a fine line in conference
    November 15, 2006
    WILLIMANTIC, Conn.--When it comes to the sport of men’s basketball and the Little East Conference, there has always been a fine line between winning and losing. In his four seasons in the conference as head coach, Bill Geitner has witnessed that first hand.
  • Anthony Pierlioni attends NCAA leadership conference
    June 02, 2006
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.--Rhode Island College junior men’s basketball player Anthony Pierlioni (Plainville, Conn.) participated in the 2006 NCAA Leadership Conference “Today’s Student-Athletes, Tomorrow’s Leaders”, which was held May 28-June 1 at Disney's Yacht & Beach Club in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.