2015-16 Around the Northeast

March 2, 2016 Wheelock upset bid falls short Clinging to a one-point lead late in the final session of an early December contest against Regis, the Wheelock women’s basketball team was seven seconds away from upsetting the eventual New England Collegiate Conference regular season and conference champions.

February 23, 2016 Eastern ready to face UMB again Eastern Connecticut State claimed the Little East Conference regular season crown after the Warriors defeated UMass Boston this past weekend. Now they turn right around and face the Beacons again.

February 16, 2016 Nichols eyes 'a different outcome' Tom Glynn's first season as head coach at Nichols saw the Bison win 20 games, continuing the trend the program set of late. But the team lost in the first round of the CCC tournament and with tourney time coming up, the Bison are looking to not repeat the early exit.

February 9, 2016 Eagles hustlin' their way atop NAC The motto for Husson men’s basketball is ‘do more.’ And with four games left in the regular season, the Eagles are hoping to do just that, secure the top seed in the NAC tournament and advance to the big dance.

February 2, 2016 Wheaton on board in NEWMAC race Kiley Shoemaker's rebounding has helped fuel the Lyons, who are looking to challenge Babson and return to the NCAA Tournament.

January 26, 2016 Losses light a fire under UNE The Nor'easters have weathered the storm from two losses over the holidays in Puerto Rico and are continuing to blow through the CCC.

January 19, 2016 Transfers helping fill Babson's holes Last year's Babson squad featured a bunch of seniors around All-America selection Joey Flannery. This time around, it's newcomer Isaiah Nelsen joining other recent transfers to keep the Beavers afloat.

January 12, 2016 Wildcats found their way out west Johnson & Wales bounced back from a season-opening loss, made the quick adjustment and downed Lewis & Clark the next day. Since then, the Wildcats have been off and running.

January 5, 2016 How the Northeast stands entering 2016 As we enter the beginning of conference play, let’s check in on a few stories from around the Northeast that have occurred over the past few weeks.

December 8, 2015 Green Mountain men focused on ‘next play’ After starting their season with a setback to Keene State, the Green Mountain men’s basketball team has won six straight, including an exciting 91-81 victory against Colby-Sawyer – their first win against the Chargers since 1994-95.

November 23, 2015 Coaching a thousand games Andy Yosinoff has been on the sidelines a long time at Emmanuel, even longer than the NCAA has recognized women's sports. But even after coaching 1,000 career games, his style is still to outwork the other team, on the floor and off.

November 17, 2015 Tipping off at midnight You can debate whether it makes sense for D-III teams to tip off at 12:01 a.m. But what you can't debate is that when Clark hosted Worcester State last Friday morning, it was a great thing to watch.