• Durgin Signs Professional Basketball Contract In Denmark
    August 12, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.—Former Rhode Island College guard Kinsey Durgin (Greenwood, Maine) has signed on to play professionally with Lemvig Basket of the First Division in Denmark. Durgin starred at RIC from 2003-07, playing in a school record 115 games, starting 98 of them. He totaled 1,290 career points, 472 rebounds, 308 assists and 131 steals. He averaged 11.2 points, 4.1 rebounds, 2.7 assists and 1.1 steals per game for his career.
  • All-Stater Kohn To Join Warriors Men's Basketball Program
    August 05, 2008
    WILLIMANTIC, Conn. – Jamie Kohn, who captained the Coventry High School boys’ basketball team to an undefeated regular season last year, has enrolled at Eastern Connecticut State University with the intent of continuing his basketball career and majoring in Health and Physical Education. The 6-foot-4 inch, 200-pound Kohn averaged 20.8 points and 10.4 rebounds last year at Coventry, leading the Patriots to the 14-team North Central Connecticut Conference (NCCC) regular season and playoff titles, 24 consecutive wins, and a final record of 24-1.
  • Little East Basketball Goes International: Sweeps 5-Game Series in Europe
    July 15, 2008
    KEENE, N.H. – Recently returning from a 10-day, five-game, trip to Europe, Keene State men’s basketball coach Rob Colbert said he was initially concerned how his team would gel on the court. Traveling to Greece and Italy on a tour run by USA Athletes International, Colbert was comforted by having three of his former Owl players; Travon Little, Kevin Ritter and Matt Hickey on his nine-man squad.
  • Dan Holbrook earns D3Hoops.com All-America honors
    April 07, 2008
    STERLING, VA- Senior center Dan Holbrook (Lexington, Mass.) of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth men's basketball team has received another prestigious honor.Holbrook has been named an honorable mention D3hoops.com Division III All-American. Holbrook is the fourth Corsair All-American, joining Kevin Kolek, who was honored in 1989, Waldemar Sender, who received the award in 1991, and Steve Haynes, who was honored in both 1992 and 1993.
  • Dan Holbrook is UMass Dartmouth's 5th Men's Basketball All-American
    March 25, 2008
    KANSAS CITY, Mo.- Senior center Dan Holbrook (Lexington, Mass.) of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth men's basketball team has received another prestigious honor. Holbrook has been named a second team State Farm Division III All-American by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. In receiving the award, Holbrook becomes the fourth Corsair to be so honored, joining Kevin Kolek, who was honored in 1989, Waldemar Sender, who received the award in 1991, and Steve Haynes, who was honored in both 1992 and 1993.
  • Holbrook earns All-Northeast accolades
    March 20, 2008
    KANSAS CITY, Mo.- Senior center Dan Holbrook (Lexington, Mass.) of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth men’s basketball team has received two more post-season honors. Holbrook has been named first team All-Northeast Region by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. He has also been named first team All-Northeast Region by D3hoops.com. The NABC award was selected in a vote of coaches in the region, while the D3hoops.com award winners were chosen by region sports information directors.
  • Bob Walsh Interview For ESPN The Magazine Article
    March 18, 2008
    A lot of March Madness is about the coaches. Makes sense. Collegiate rosters change more than ever from year to year, allowing little time for allegiances to form. Coaches inevitably become the famous faces and most constant voices for their programs. Tom Izzo. John Calipari. Coach K. You see too much of them yelling from the sidelines this time of year, and you hear a lot of former coaches analyzing them on TV. Bob Knight. Digger Phelps. Billy Packer. The voice that echoes when college basketball is speaking—be it as loud as Dick Vitale's or as soft as John Wooden's—tends to be soaked in the perspective and sensibilities of the adults who walk the sidelines.
  • Ten Little East Conference Hoopsters Recognized by N.H. Coaches Association
    March 12, 2008
    Tyler Kathan from Keene State College was named the NH NCAA Division III Basketball Coaches Association as the player of the year in Men's Basketball. Jeff Carpenter from Rivier College was named to the first team as well as Duncan Szeliga from Colby-Sawyer College. Rounding out the first team were Ryan Jaziri from New England College and Ben Huntington from Plymouth State.
  • UMass Dartmouth sweeps men's basketball season awards
    March 04, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.—The 10th-ranked UMass Dartmouth men’s basketball swept the three major Little East Conference men’s basketball regular season awards this afternoon after a vote by the conference’s eight head coaches.
  • SELECTION MONDAY: Corsairs and Anchormen NCAA Tournament bound
    March 03, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.- UMass Dartmouth and Rhode Island College each earned bids to the 2008 NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament this afternoon when the NCAA Selection Committee announced the national pairings.
  • Anchormen capture 2nd straight conference crown
    March 01, 2008
    NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. - Visiting Rhode Island College led virtually the entire game and held off a late rally to defeat the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth’s men’s basketball team, 55-52, in the championship game of the Little East Conference Tournament at the Tripp Athletic Center Saturday.
  • UMass Dartmouth and Rhode Island College Advance to LEC Men's Basketball Final
    February 29, 2008
    The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's men's basketball team broke a 56-56 tie with a 13-3 run midway late in the second half and went on to defeat stubborn Southern Maine, 75-69, in the second semi-final game of the Little East Conference Tournament at the Tripp Athletic Center Friday night. The Corsairs will play Rhode Island College in the championship game.
  • Corsairs hold steady in Northeast Region; Anchormen slip to No. 6
    February 27, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. – For the third consecutive week, the Little East Conference has two representatives in the Northeast Region poll, released this afternoon by the NCAA Division III Men’s Basketball Selection Committee.
  • Corsairs host semifinal round for 11th time
    February 27, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.—The UMass Dartmouth men’s basketball team will host the Little East Conference Men’s Basketball Championship Tournament for the 11th in the program’s history at the Tripp Athletic Center on Feb. 29 and March 1. Joining the Corsairs are second-seeded Rhode Island College, third-seeded Keene State College, and fourth-seeded University of Southern Maine.
  • Basketball Tournament semifinal pairings announced
    February 26, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.-The Little East Conference office announced the semifinal pairings for the 2008 Little East Conference Men's and Women's Basketball Championship Tournament this evening.
  • Corsairs clinch top seed in Little East Conference Tournament
    February 23, 2008
    NORTH DARTMOUTH, MA-The University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's men's basketball team used a 16-3 run early in the second half to take command and went on to an 80-67 victory over visiting Plymouth State in the second game of a Little East Conference doubleheader at the Tripp Athletic Center Saturday afternoon.
  • Holbrook earns ECAC praise
    February 21, 2008
    CENTERVILLE, Mass.- UMass Dartmouth senior center Dan Holbrook (Lexington, Mass.) was recognized with his second weekly award this afternoon, earning ECAC Division III New England Co-Player of the Week honors.
  • Corsairs and Anchormen ranked regionally
    February 13, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.—Two Little East Conference men’s basketball teams were listed in the first edition of the NCAA Northeast Regional rankings this afternoon. UMass Dartmouth earned the second ranking, while Rhode Island College debuted at No. 8.
  • Stewart and Anchormen upset No. 5 Corsairs
    February 12, 2008
    NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass.-Cameron Stewart’s (Newport, R.I.) layup with 3:23 remaining allowed visiting Rhode Island College to take the lead for good, and the Anchormen outscored the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth’s men’s basketball team, 13-5 in the final three and a half minutes and went on to a 79-72 victory in the second game of a Little East Conference doubleheader at the Tripp Athletic Center Tuesday evening.
  • D3Hoops.com features Little East Conference basketball
    February 09, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.-The No. 1 resource for Division III basketball, D3Hoops.com, recently featured two Little East Conference matchups in the latest edition of the weekly "Around the Nation" profile.
  • Keene State upsets No. 2 UMass Dartmouth
    February 09, 2008
    KEENE, N.H. 2/9/08 – Kept in check most of the game, junior forward Tyler Kathan (Ludlow, Vt.) hit a go-ahead three-pointer with 1:01 to play in overtime as Keene State College, before a packed “White-Out” crowd of just under 2,000 fans, went on to upset #2 UMass-Dartmouth 92-85 in a Little East Conference men’s basketball game played Saturday at Spaulding Gym.
  • Night In Review- Feb. 6, 2008
    February 07, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.- The Little East Conference posted a 2-1 mark this evening in men's and women's basketball games. The second-ranked UMass Dartmouth men's basketball team raised its overall record to 20-0, while the Rhode Island College women's basketball squad earned its second straight victory at Mitchell College.
  • Night In Review-Feb. 7, 2008
    February 07, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.-Plymouth State University posted a pair of victories at Lyndon State, while UMass Boston's women's basketball team fell at Framingham State College this evening.
  • Owls looking to "White Out" No. 2 Corsairs
    February 06, 2008
    KEENE, N.H., 2/6/08 - The forecast for Saturday, February 9, might call for the possibility of a light snow accumulation, but inside Spaulding Gym there's going to be a complete "white out."
  • Plymouth State basketball games pushed back
    February 06, 2008
    PLYMOUTH, N.H. – The Plymouth State University men’s and women’s basketball games, scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 6, at Lyndon State College, have been postponed due to weather and travel conditions in northern New England.
  • Rhode Island College honored at Words Unlimited dinner
    February 06, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.--Words Unlimited will honor Rhode Island College’s 2006-07 men’s basketball team and the 2007 softball team at its annual banquet on Sunday, Feb. 17 at the Radisson Airport Hotel in Warwick beginning a 6:30 p.m.
  • Anchormen travel to No. 1 Amherst College
    February 05, 2008
    PROVIDENCE, R.I.- The Rhode Island College men’s basketball team travels to newly-crowned No. 1 Amherst College this evening for a rematch of the 2007 NCAA Division III Tournament regional finals.
  • Corsairs ranked No. 2 in D3Hoops.com national poll
    February 05, 2008
    STERLING, Va.-For the sixth week in succession, the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth's men's basketball team is ranked in a national poll.
  • Men's basketball night in review
    January 31, 2008
    DANBURY, Conn.- Junior guard Dashon Jennings (Bridgeport, Conn.) hit the game-winning jumper as time expired in regulation as Western Connecticut State University snatched victory from the jaws of defeat—edging Newbury College 74-73—this evening in non-conference men’s basketball at Feldman Arena.
  • D3Hoops.com; UMass Dartmouth running
    January 24, 2008
    If you showed up late for the 6 a.m. September pickup games at Massachusetts-Dartmouth, and didn’t call ahead with a good excuse, the punishment was to do two minutes of “crabs.”
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