2015-16 Around the Mid-Atlantic

March 1, 2016 Lycoming road tested and ready The Warriors faltered down the stretch and had to hold their breath just to get a bid in the conference tournament. Then, the fifth seed went and won the MACC, overcoming adversity along the way. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

February 23, 2016 Saints survive CAC scrum Two CAC teams remain in the latest women's Top 25. But neither of those won the conference's regular season title. Marymount enters the tournament as the top seed. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

February 16, 2016 Keeping their memory alive Two Johns Hopkins basketball alums lost their lives in the World Trade Center attacks. Their memory lives on through the annual Wall-O'Mahony game. Haverford could not participate in the game this year, but there was still a Haverford connection on the court. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

February 9, 2016 Captains cruising through CAC In their third season as a member of the CAC, both the men's and women's teams are thriving and are set up for future success. Maybe Christopher Newport's new conference foes wish the Captains stayed in the USA South. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

February 2, 2016 Lions have unfinished business Albright's women's team came up short in tournament play last season. That left a bad taste and left the Lions hungry to win the conference tournament this year. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

January 26, 2016 The right place at the right time The son of a former NBA star finally feels at home, reuniting with his high school teammate and his father's high school coach. Marquis Marshall and Mike Miller are poised to lead Alvernia on another late-season surge. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

January 18, 2016 Familiar foes face off in Landmark showdown Moravian coach Mary Beth Spirk has known Scranton's first-year head coach Trevor Woodruff for a long time. They will face off on opposing sidelines for the first time on Wednesday, with first place in the Landmark Conference at stake. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

January 12, 2016 Swarthmore establishing a new identity Forget the program's recent history and reputation. A young nucleus and coach are focused on building a winning tradition for the Garnet. At 10-2, they are on pace to do just that. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

January 5, 2016 Ursinus hangs with Penn in Philly's storied Palestra The Bears gave their D-I opponent all it could handle at the historic hoops venue. The narrow defeat gave Ursinus momentum, as the Bears reeled off wins in three of their next four games. Ryan Scott was at the Palestra and has more in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

December 8, 2015 Say hello to Susquehanna The Crusaders have a long tradition of athletic success, which includes some on the basketball court. The men's hoops program is striving for unprecedented success in head coach Frank Marcinek's 27th season at the helm. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

November 25, 2015 Sea Gulls flying high despite changes Salisbury lost its head coach, then lost its leading returning scorer. The Sea Gulls quickly adapted and are off to a 5-0 start which includes a big win over Virginia Wesleyan. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.

November 18, 2015 A special season brewing at Catholic The Cardinals gained confidence late last season and return an experienced core of seniors. The players asked to be pushed harder in the offseason and will be tested by a tough schedule. More in Around the Mid-Atlantic.