Gage Nutter @GageNutter Individual awards continue to pile up for members of the Springfield College men’s basketball team. Sophomore Jake Ross was named Noontime Hoops’ Player of the Year this afternoon. Noontime Hoops exclusively covers professional, college, and high school basketball throughout New England. Ross led the Pride this season in points per-game (24.8), assists per-game (4.3), rebounds per-game (9.8), and steals per-game (2.3). This … Continue reading Springfield College men’s basketball’s Charlie Brock and Jake Ross earn year-end regional awards
Vin Gallo @VinGallo731 The faint hum of the projector had no chance at audibility over the sound of trumpets, as the Springfield College men’s basketball team blasted the volume on a stream they had been eagerly awaiting for two days. “Good afternoon, and welcome to the 2018 Division III Men’s Basketball Selection Show, I’m your host, Kyle Binder.” It was back in late February. The … Continue reading The Ben Diamond story: From Hype Man to Man in Flight
SALEM, VA. – Andy McNulty stepped out of the glossy shell of United Airlines’ fuselage and onto the steps descending to the Roanoke runway. Garbed in a sleeved white ‘Springfield College Basketball’ tee, he carried a jet black Under Armour backpack of essentials while clutching a plastic bag complemented with snacks and a hometown classic Frigos sandwich. Beneath the shadow of his Division III Final … Continue reading The Andy McNulty story: From Tenacious Terrier to Western Mass. Hero
Gage Nutter @GageNutter What makes a team great? Well, there is alot that goes into it. Chemistry, coaching, record, scoring, defense, and consistency, just to name a few factors. For me, personally, there is another attribute that goes into that equation. It’s something that can’t be described in words. It’s how the team makes you feel. When Springfield men’s basketball was the last team revealed … Continue reading Nutter: We just witnessed the best season in Springfield College men’s basketball history
Gage Nutter @Gage Nutter SALEM, VA – Cam Earle stood chest to chest with Nebraska Wesleyan’s Cooper Cook. With 2:15 left in overtime and the Pride trailing 81-78, Cook swung the ball under Earle’s torso. Earle poked the ball loose and sent it between Cook’s legs. As the ball tumbled towards midcourt, a mob of maroon and yellow jerseys were in hot pursuit of a … Continue reading Springfield College mens basketball falls to Nebraska Wesleyan in the Division III National Semifinals, 90-78.