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« on: November 05, 2004, 03:52:11 pm »
So how is the other teams in the NEAC look.  I know Keuka and Caz should be good again.  Did  you hear Caz got that girl Tiff Trent back.  She lead the nation in scoring two years ago, plus they got there leading scorer from last year.  They should do good.     So just wondering how everyone else is doing

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« Reply #1 on: November 23, 2004, 10:24:57 pm »
The Polytechnic Fighting Blue Jays picked up their first win tonight, 58-56, @ Medgar Evers in Brooklyn. Freshman Jacquelyn Calandriello had 14 points and 20 rebounds, junior Marcy DeSio had 15 points, and junior Sarah Walter added 10.

Poly (1-1, 0-1 NEAC) will head to Rochester this weekend to face St. John Fisher in the Ramada Women's Tournament.

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« Reply #2 on: February 02, 2005, 11:14:29 am »
Keystone beats Polytechnic 89-8 last night.  Wow, that deserves a round of applause.  Eight points!?

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Re: North Eastern Athletic Conference
« Reply #3 on: October 20, 2005, 10:22:26 am »
Off the Keuka web site...

The Keuka College women's basketball team will open its 2005-06 season by scrimmaging the Lady Bonnies of St. Bonaventure University on Nov. 11, at 5 pm at the Reilly Center. This game will mark the second straight season that Keuka has opened its season with an exhibition game against former Keuka standout Jim Crowley and his Lady Bonnies.  Crowley played under head coach Dave Sweet at Keuka for four years, earning a bachelor's degree in 1993.  Crowley then coached the Lady Storm from 1993-96.

Tickets to the game are $5 and will begin selling on Oct. 24 at the St. Bonaventure ticket office (716-375-2500).


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Re: North Eastern Athletic Conference
« Reply #4 on: October 24, 2005, 02:26:04 am »
So is it a scrimmage or an exhibition? :)
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Re: North Eastern Athletic Conference
« Reply #5 on: February 18, 2007, 08:58:04 pm »
Here are the final season standings for Women's Basketball.

North:

1.  Keuka 14-2 - North Division Champions
2.  D'Youville 11-5
3.  Baptist Bible 8-8
4.  Cazenovia 6-10
5.  Keystone 6-10
6.  Bard 0-16

South:

1.  Villa Julie 13-3 - South Division Champions
2.  Chestnut Hill 12-4
3.  Philadelphia Biblical 8-8
4.  Penn St-Berks 7-9
5.  Purchase St. 7-9
6.  Polytechnic 4-12

Final Overall Standings:

1.  Keuka 14-2 - Regular Season Champions
2.  Villa Julie 13-3
3.  Chestnut Hill 12-4
4.  D'Youville 11-5
5.  Philadelphia Biblical 8-8
6.  Baptist Bible 8-8
7.  Penn St-Berks 7-9
8.  Purchase St. 7-9
9.  Cazenovia 6-10
10. Keystone 6-10
11. Polytechnic 4-12
12. Bard 0-16


Tuesday's Games are as follows:

CAZ @ KEU
BBC @ DYC
PBU @ CHC
PSB @ VJC


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Re: North Eastern Athletic Conference
« Reply #6 on: August 03, 2007, 08:36:38 am »
Welcome to PSU-Harrisburg as they begin their first year in provisional status.

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Re: North Eastern Athletic Conference
« Reply #7 on: March 01, 2008, 10:47:13 pm »
Congratulations to the D'Youville Lady Spartan's, who, by virtue of a 72-60 victory this afternoon over Keystone State in the NEAC Conference Final, have become the first team to represent the NEAC as an automatic berth in the NCAA D3 Tournament.

The NEAC tournament was well played, in my eyes, and indeed I feel that D'Youville, Keuka, or Keystone could have potentially walked away with the tournament if a few shots had fallen differently or a few calls had gone the other way.

Here's to the NEAC, and hopefully many solid years of NCAA tournament representation!

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« Reply #8 on: November 01, 2010, 09:33:02 pm »
Good luck tomorrow playing the University of  Maryland  in your Exhibition game!

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Re: North Eastern Athletic Conference
« Reply #9 on: January 20, 2011, 11:37:51 am »
Nice piece today in Washington Post on Gallaudet team:

Easter Faafiti, Nukeitra Hayes pushing Gallaudet women's basketball to new heights


http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/01/19/AR2011011903292.html?hpid=artslot

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Kevin Cook resigns as Gallaudet University women's basketball coach
« Reply #11 on: July 18, 2011, 03:59:15 pm »
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Kevin Cook resigned from his post as the Gallaudet University women’s basketball coach for personal reasons as announced by Director of Athletics Michael Weinstock. A search for Cook’s replacement will begin immediately.

“I want to thank Coach Cook for putting Gallaudet University women’s basketball on the national map and raising the bar of our program. He was dedicated to the program while here and we wish him the best in his future endeavors,” said Weinstock. “I am confident we will do an aggressive and thorough search to find the best replacement possible.”

Cook compiled a 47-56 record (.456 winning percentage) at Gallaudet in four seasons where half of the 47 wins came last season as the Bison posted a 24-4 record. The team began the year 20-0, the best start in program history that dates back to 1896, and finished the season in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1999. The 24 wins tied the program record set by the 1998-99 team. GU finished its first season in the North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) as co-champions with Keuka College as both squads finished with 20-2 conference records. Gallaudet hosted the 2011 NEAC tournament and advanced to the championship game where it fell to Keuka 50-46. The Bison earned one of the 20 at-large berths into the NCAA tournament. At the start of the 2010-11 season, the Bison beat its first nationally ranked team in No. 17 Lebanon Valley College for the first time in 12 years. Gallaudet was nationally ranked for the first time since 1999 and stayed ranked for five weeks where the Bison peaked at No. 18 in the country. Cook was selected as the NEAC Coach of the Year this past season and took home the 2011 Division III Region 3 Coach of the Year award presented by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA).

Gallaudet’s 2010-11 team were the media darlings of Division III and women’s basketball as the program was covered nationally and internationally by ABC News, Associated Press, CBS Evening News, ESPN College Gameday, National Public Radio, Comcast Sportsnet, Inside Higher Education and Global News in Canada. The team was written up in Parade Magazine, Sports Illustrated and Washington Post and online at NCAA.com, D3hoops.com to name a few of the star-studded media outlets that did a story on the team.

The season before Cook experienced success and his first winning record at Gallaudet as the team went 14-12 and made the Capital Athletic Conference tournament for the first time in three years. The winning record was the first for the program in 10 years. Cook went on to receive the 2010 Carol Eckman Award at the WBCA national convention in San Antonio, Texas, on April 6, for exemplifying Eckman's spirit, integrity and character through sportsmanship, commitment to the student-athlete, honesty, ethical behavior, courage and dedication to purpose. Cook was the first Division III coach to be honored since the award’s inception in 1986 when Laura Mapp from Bridgewater (Va.) College was selected as the first honoree. Gallaudet went 7-9 in conference play that season. The seven wins equaled the total amount of conference wins the Bison had over the past nine years in the CAC combined (7-123). Cook posted a 3-21 record his first season (2007-08) at Gallaudet and doubled the win total a year later at 6-19.

The Fremont, Ohio, native earned his master’s degree from Gallaudet University in May 2010. He is a graduate of Urbana (Ohio) University where he received a bachelor’s degree in social science in 1983. He was Urbana’s commencement speaker this past spring.