2015-16 Around the East

March 2, 2016 Hawks hold on for at least one more game New Paltz has relied on depth out of necessity this season, and the Hawks' undefined roles have led them back to the NCAA tournament. Adversity has also helped forge tight bonds, and this team wants to stay together as long as possible. More in Around the East.

February 24, 2016 Different look, similar results St. John Fisher graduated six seniors from last season's 25-win team. The Cardinals seamlessly reloaded, led senior captain Tyler Hart and a trio of explosive sophomore guards. More in Around the East.

February 17, 2016 A player's weakness becomes a coach's strength Clarkson is thriving under second-year head coach Maureen Webster, thanks to the coach implementing a game plan that she would have loathed as a player. More in Around the East.

February 10, 2016 Independently thriving SUNY-Canton is in its first season as a full Division III member, but the Kangaroos are still without a conference. That hasn't slowed them at all, as the team is on the verge of its best season in 18 years. More in Around the East.

February 3, 2016 The light is always green at Hartwick The Hawks like to run and they like to shoot. Few teams are as dangerous from the perimeter in transition. They're fun to watch, but, more importantly, they're winning. More in Around the East.

January 27, 2016 Undefeated, under the radar Lancaster Bible is one of just four men's teams still undefeated this season. The Chargers are in the midst of their third straight impressive regular season, but the past two ended in conference tournament disappointment. More in Around the East.

January 20, 2016 A hidden gem finds his way at Fredonia Ian Helps and Fredonia State each took a chance on one another. After not playing much organized basketball in high school, the 6'6" sophomore is leading the Blue Devils in scoring for the second straight season. More in Around the East.

January 13, 2016 A humbling month abroad A trip to India last summer was a life-altering event for Stevens forward Dylan Krause. Although she spent four weeks without basketball, she would not trade the experience for anything. More in Around the East.

January 6, 2016 Lea and her new liver inspire the Knights Geneseo State forward Lea Sobieraski survived a liver transplant and returned to the court last season. She continues to inspire her coaches, teammates, and community. Andrew Lovell has more in Around the East.

December 9, 2015 Turning the page to a new year Records have already been broken in 2015, and there are several big games on tap early in 2016. Andrew Lovell looks back at some of the best performances of this season from 2015 and looks ahead to the marquee matchups on tap for January 2016 in Around the East.

November 25, 2015 Much to be thankful for Lyteshia Price is thankful for the support of the Oneonta State community that has helped her balance motherhood, school, and basketball. The Red Dragons are thankful for the resilience and determination of their leading scorer and rebounder. More in Around the East.

November 18, 2015 Balling in a winter wonderland What keeps you warm as the months grow cold? Around the East columnist Andrew Lovell always associates winter with Division III basketball, and you probably do, too. Here's a quick glance ahead at the conference races.