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I think the nervous energy running through one of the most anticipated games of the year manifests itself in missed defensive assignments and career nights for almost all of the elite scorers on the floor, similar to what we saw in Gonzaga's 8987 win over Duke in Maui. If Maye can keep up with Dukes athleticism, there could be a fair case for going with Carolinas Coby White on this one, but the reality is that Tre Jones might be the best point guard defender in the country right now which could spell trouble for the Tar Heels' best offensive weapon. Greene: ...Luke Maye and Garrison Brooks are able to make Zion uncomfortable enough inside that Duke needs to rely on its jump shooting, which isn't reliable enough to carry the offensive load. Expect North Carolina to pack the paint and dare the Blue Devils to launch a slate of threes, similar to Syracuses formula when it held Duke to 9 for 43 from deep in a January victory.
Four Patriot League football student-athletes three from League champion Colgate and one from Bucknell were selected to the AFCA FCS All-America Teams when they were announced on Friday.Colgates three AFCA First Team selections - including senior linebacker T.J. Holl, senior running back James Holland Jr., and junior defensive lineman Nick Wheeler - represent the most single-season AFCA All-America selections by a Patriot League team. The Cranberry Township, Pa. native was part of a Colgate defense that finished atop the nations leaders in total defense (237.7 yds/gm) and scoring defense (9.3 pts/gm) while leading the Raiders to the NCAA DI FCS Quarterfinals.Wheeler, who finished eighth in voting for the Buck Buchanan Award, compiled 48 tackles, 16.0 tackles for loss of 61 yards, 8.0 sacks, one forced fumble and two fumble recoveries this season. He is also a Second Team STATS FCS and HERO Sports All-America honoree.Pechin, a three-time First Team All-Patriot League Selection and two-time Patriot League Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year, finished fourth in the FCS in punting average (44.5 yds/punt) with a career-best 29 of at least 50 yards while 28 landed inside the opponents 20-yard line. The Patriot Leagues athletic success is achieved while its member institutions remain committed to its founding principle of admitting and graduating student-athletes that are academically representative of their class.
Four Patriot League football student-athletes three from League champion Colgate and one from Bucknell - garnered STATS FCS All-America honors when the teams were announced on Tuesday.Bucknell senior punter Alex Pechin was selected to the AP All-America First Team, while Colgate junior defensive lineman Nick Wheeler and junior defensive back Abu Daramy-Swaray made the second-team. Colgate senior running back James Holland Jr. earned third-team accolades.Pechin, a three-time First Team All-Patriot League Selection and two-time Patriot League Football Scholar-Athlete of the Year, finished fourth in the FCS in punting average (44.5 yds/punt) with a career-best 29 of at least 50 yards while 28 landed inside the opponents 20-yard line. Pechin was a finalist for the STATS FCS Doris Robinson Award, given to the FCSs most outstanding student-athlete. The Patriot Leagues athletic success is achieved while its member institutions remain committed to its founding principle of admitting and graduating student-athletes that are academically representative of their class.
Thursday, Nov. 29Orlando SentinelOrlando Apollos move forward with their quarterbacks in placeSyracuse Post-StandardColgate football opens playoffs with test from James MadisonHudson (N.Y.) ReporterProud day for SDA swimmersAM New YorkColgates elite defense aided by Harlem resident Abdoul Kouyate Monday, Nov. 26Naples (Fla.) NewsCollege football: FBA's Blane Briggs playing important role in Colgate's top-rated DTapinto.NetRidge Grad Max Mahoney Emerges as Leading Man for Boston U. Wednesday, October 24Annapolis Capital GazetteFor Jacob Williams and Tyler Collins, joining Navy soccer was about more than winningAllentown Morning CallLafayettes Andrew Chuma has found a home at defensive endPA PrepsPennridges Sean Yoder finds right connection at NavyFriday, October 19Sunbury (Pa.) Daily ItemBison prepared for defensive battleChicago Sun-TimesSports media: Stadium says it can be for over-the-air TV what ESPN was to cableTuesday, October 9SBNationPatriot League Preseason Power Rankings: Is this the year to unseat Bucknell?Inside LacrosseFall All-Access Boston University Terriers WomenBustinbrackets.comLehigh Basketball: Can the Mountain Hawks return to the top of the Patriot League in 2018-19?Friday, October 5Allentown Morning CallRefreshed after its bye, Lehigh hopes to start anew at PrincetonNJ.comMeet the unsung Rutgers defender living a Patriot League to Big Ten 'dream' at homeSunbury (Pa.) Daily ItemBison air to continue momentum after first winHero SportsFCS: Could a Colgate Football Team Undefeated Against FCS Opponents Earn a Playoff Seed?Friday, September 28Duxbury Ally Hammel racks up field hockey honors at BUSunbury (Pa) Daily ItemBison set to open League playWorcester (Mass.) Telegram & GazetteFreshman Emmett Clifford to commence Bob Chesney football era at Holy Cross under centerFriday, August 24Annapolis Capital GazetteNavy mens soccer could be sneaky goofAllentown Morning CallLehighs defense of its Patriot League title onESPN.com (from STATS)Patriot League football previewBoston HeraldCollege football preview: Bob Chesney looks to start new Crusade to victory for Holy CrossThursday, August 9Worcester TelegramHoly Cross football: Former QB Blaise Bell has developed as leader at wide receiverWednesday, August 8Livingston County News (Geneseo, N.Y.)VanThof playing professional lacrosseSaturday, August 4Baltimore SunLoyola Maryland lacrosse star Pat Spencer entertaining hoop dreamsVirginia GazetteLaycock shows us, players what's best about footballFriday, August 3US Lacrosse MagazineCoaching carousel: Myers gets first shot at LafayetteInsideNOVAChrist Chapel graduate Stephen Brown to play pro basketball in TurkeyWashington PostFormer Navy Women's Soccer Player Nicole Aunapu Mann one of eight astronauts selected to relaunch human space flights from U.S. soilWednesday, August 1Lansdale (Pa.) ReporterSummer league a head start for Lafayette duoSunbury (Pa.) Daily Item College football: Bitikofer takes reins ofBucknell offense heading into campSunday, July 29The Intelligencer (Wheeling, W.Va.)Bybel Is Thankful For Family And TennisThursday, July 26Allentown Morning CallLafayette football coach John Garrett pleased with program's progressAllentown Morning CallLehigh football: Coen optimistic defense will be improvedAllentown Morning CallPatriot League Football: Lehigh's Bragalone the preseason offensive player of year; Colgate favoredFoxSports.comLafayette seeks a closing touch in Patriot LeagueHero Sports (HeroSports.com)CAA Media Day Recap; Patriot League ThoughtsMonday, July 23ForbesPatriot (League) Games Helped Launch Pro Career Of New Sixer Mike MuscalaWorcester TelegramHoly Cross shortstop Chris Rinaldi hitting his stride with Worcester BraveheartsThursday, July 19Middletown (N.Y.) Times-Herald-RecordHighland basketball star commits to play for LoyolaMonday, July 16Pennlive.comFormer Cedar Cliff quarterback Grant Breneman could be in for a big, second season at ColgateTuesday, July 10Sunbury Daily itemBucknell's Roussell signs contract extensionGeorgetown UniversityKendall Mulligan Named Womens Rowing Head CoachWednesday, June 27Sunbury (Pa.) Daily ItemThomas, Foulland get chance in NBA Summer LeagueTuesday, June 19Olean (N.Y.) Times HeraldBig 30s Sestina and Bucknell to visit RC this yearSunday, June 17Allentown Morning CallAs fatherhood fast approaches, McBride and his dad are never far apartThursday, June 14InsideNoVaChrist Chapel graduate Stephen Brown does pre-draft workout for Philadelphia 76ersIthaca (N.Y.) JournalHall of Fame inductee goes from Groton High to the Secret ServiceMonday, June 11Sunbury (Pa.) Daily ItemVan Hoose starts career with Yankees organizationSunday, June 10Sunbury (Pa.) Daily ItemMen's basketball: Lots of traveling on tap for BucknellBaltimore SunReview & preview: Loyola Maryland mens lacrosseBaltimore SunWith change in Patriot League tournament, Loyola Maryland mens lacrosse adds Rutgers to 2019 scheduleSaturday, June 9ESPN.comRookie Chase Edmonds plans to pay sisters $80K in student loans
*Georgetown senior defensive back Ramon Lyons returned an interception 30 yards for a touchdown in the second quarter, and sophomore linebacker Wesley Bowers took an interception 20 yards for another score in the third quarter.EASTON, Pa. Lehigh senior running back Dom Bragalone rushed for three touchdowns to help the Mountain Hawks defeat Lafayette, 34-3, in the 154th meeting of college footballs most-played rivalry game. *Jackson put the Rams in front with his interception return for a touchdown, before sophomore placekicker Andrew Mevis connected on a 28-yard field goal to give Fordham a 17-7 lead. *Bucknell sophomore running back Joe Fex scored in the third quarter to bring the Bison within a field goal, but the Rams defense held them scoreless the rest of the way. The Patriot Leagues athletic success is achieved while its member institutions remain committed to its founding principle of admitting and graduating student-athletes that are academically representative of their class.