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« Reply #15 on: February 07, 2005, 11:40:45 pm »
With the season coming to a close what might the playoff match ups look like?  

Who's the team to watch out for?

Baruch did lose to John Jay this past weekend. Without their floor leader Sharod Tomlinson. Who sat out with five staples in his head.

York Also beat CSI a week ago.

Might we be looking at a repeat of last years title game?

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« Reply #16 on: February 15, 2005, 03:09:30 am »
D3hoops Fan's (Poster's) Top 25 Poll next year?
 
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I am currently thinking about running a fan's poll for the Top 25 starting next season (may not have a poll until the new year, to avoid previous year's bias, among other things).  I am looking for posters who are knowledgeable not only about their teams, but about their conference and even other conferences, and having a familiarity about other regions as well.  Obviously, there will be some bias towards the teams you know, but it is very important to become familiar with other teams from other regions of the nation.  Though this is a Top 25 poll for fun, it is important to take it seriously and not just vote your team #1 just for the sake of it.  I also ask that you not miss sending in your ballots any week.  It's not a pick em league where you simply go 0-25 for the week!  Ballots would be submitted by Sunday night/early Monday morning, prior to the official D3Hoops poll coming out.  This poll would be strictly independent of the official poll.  
 
If you are interested, feel you qualify, and are willing to take this seriously, to a point, please email me to show your interest.  Include in the subject line: Poster's Poll, or something like that.  Also include your handle, since I most likely won't know your handle from your real name (email address), the conference/team and region you would "represent".  I'd like to get at least one poster from each region.  
 
Thanks.

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« Reply #17 on: February 19, 2005, 11:58:32 pm »
Hey look it's a post on the CUNYAC board!

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« Reply #18 on: February 22, 2005, 11:06:06 pm »
Now's our chance to prove to the world that D3 hoops is a much followed sport.  ESPN has a poll of the Top 10 basketball rivalries.  Hope/Calvin is the only non D1 rivalry on the poll.  Show your support and vote now!

http://proxy.espn.go.com/chat/sportsnation/polling?event_id=1194

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« Reply #19 on: February 27, 2005, 04:58:30 pm »
It is time to find out who is in... and who is out.
Whose bubble has been burst and who is wearing Cinderella's glass slippers.
It's Selection Sunday... and tonight there will be a special "Hoopsville" as the 2005 NCAA Men's and Women's Basketball Brackets are announced... LIVE on our air!
The Road to Salem and Virginia Beach officially starts tonight!


It plans to be a huge night... as 50 womens and 48 mens teams are officially invited to the dance and a chance at a national title.

Some teams already know they are going (thanks to winning their conferences) and some think they are going, but there are always surprises.

So tonight, we will break it all down. Starting at 8:30 PM EST, we will take a look at who is definitely in, who might make it, who will be disappointed, and what match-ups you might want to look forward to seeing later in the week.

Then at 10:00 PM EST... we will broadcast LIVE the Women's Selection Show so you can find out when we do... the 50 teams on the Road to Virginia Beach.

That will be followed by the Men's Selection Show at 10:30 PM EST - when 48 teams find out what their Road to Salem will be like.

After those selections... we will go over it with a fine-tooth comb and find out who we think are the surprises!

And throughout the show, we will hear from different regions with live reports and talk to coaches that have made surprising moves into the tournament.

Of course, you can listen in thank to Goucher College.
We suggest you try and use the low-bandwith signal which will require you to have Real Player and selection the 28K version of the show.
At the same time, you can listen to the Broadcastmonsters.com version, using Windows Media Player (go to the "Hoopsville" page for more information).

And you can share your opinions and questions with us, live on the air.
email - hoopsville@d3hoops.com  
AOL IM - Hoopsville2000

And for more information... check out the "Hoopsville" website (www.d3hoops.com/hoopsville)!

Again... it all starts tonight at 8:30 PM EST.

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« Reply #20 on: March 03, 2005, 02:39:14 pm »
Just a reminder that the NYC Tech/Ursinus game tonight will be webcast by the NCAA using D3hoops.com personnel. http://www.d3hoops.com/audio for more information.

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« Reply #21 on: March 03, 2005, 10:47:09 pm »
Great win for CUNY!  Well done to Coach Alambert in his last season.  Now to take out the first seed!

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« Reply #22 on: March 04, 2005, 11:51:15 pm »
The NYCCT/Ramapo game Saturday night will be webcast by the NCAA using D3hoops.com personnel. http://www.d3hoops.com/audio for more information.

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« Reply #23 on: June 06, 2005, 11:41:08 pm »
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« Reply #24 on: November 27, 2005, 01:38:56 pm »
I watched the Kings @ Baruch game yesterday. The Bearcats came away with an 81-77 victory. It was the 300th career win for Baruch coach Ray Rankis.

Kings was an NCAA tournament team last year, but they don't appear to be nearly as good this year. Nonetheless it was a nice come-from-behind victory for Baruch.

The Bearcats are a well-coached team who rely on a combination of youth and experience. Seniors Louie Karis and Robi Davidson are both excellent outside shooters. Newcomers Carl Emengo and Chris Williams provide athleticism and quickness in the backcourt. Cheick Fadika can run the court, rebound and block shots. Freshman George Kunkel is a very aggressive, hard-nosed power forward who led the CHSAA in rebounding last year at Molloy. Anwar Baptiste must be more consistent than in the past and backup center Phil Schatz will get some minutes this year as well.

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« Reply #25 on: November 28, 2005, 12:35:57 pm »
How does the rest of CUNY look like? I really like the way Baruch look.

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« Reply #26 on: November 28, 2005, 03:38:29 pm »
JDub: Baruch does indeed look good, but the season has just started so I haven't seen any other CUNY team play. I would imagine that Staten Island and Lehman will be pretty tough. The loss of Malave and Senior will surely hurt City Tech and they could fall to the middle of the pack with York. CCNY is a question mark. Brooklyn, Medgar Evers, Hunter and John Jay will probably struggle.

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« Reply #27 on: December 03, 2005, 11:38:00 am »
I took in Baruch's 90-58 victory over Hunter last night. Hunter was quasi-competitive until midway through the second half when Baruch blew the game wide open. Hunter hustled from the start but their lack of talent made the outcome a foregone conclusion. Baruch is more athletic than in previous years, but a lack of size may hurt them down the road. Nonetheless, they appear to be the team to beat in CUNY this year.

Hunter, under first-year coach Nick Plevritis, will certainly struggle. The Hawks simply lack the weapons to be a factor this year. They look like they'll be about as good as they were last year.

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« Reply #28 on: December 09, 2005, 02:09:35 pm »
I watched Baruch edge CCNY, 61-58, last night. The game was close from the opening tip and could have gone either way. CCNY had a number of opportunities to win it, but made a couple of crucial mistakes down the stretch.

Baruch was led by Robi Davidson's 15 points and got a solid effort from Anwar Baptiste as well. At this juncture, it looks like Baruch is the team to beat in CUNY. Both Chris Williams and Carl Emengo have had subpar outings the last two times I've seen them. The latter may be injured.

City is a solid team by CUNY standards. The Beavers are capable of beating any team in the conference. They have size and quickness, but could use a couple of more shooters. Kevin Lowe is tough down low and Steve Souma can score. James Boddie is one of the quickest guards in the conference and Robert Barker is an athletic big man.

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« Reply #29 on: December 12, 2005, 10:51:17 am »
Barcuh looks strong they put together a big win Sat. against Poly Tech 103-53. How does the rest of CUNY look?