New York University Violets

Schedule

All times Eastern
Overall: 7-18 - Conference: 2-12
11/18 vs. Marywood Final W, 78-71 BX
11/19 at Drew Final W, 84-78 BX
11/22 at John Jay Final W, 63-50 BX
11/27 at Yeshiva Final L, 83-68 BX RC
12/4 vs. Hunter Final W, 68-52 BX
12/6 at SUNY-Purchase Final L, 91-74 BX
12/12 vs. Brooklyn Final W, 70-67 BX
12/29 vs. Framingham State Final L, 65-59 BX
12/30 vs. Farmingdale State Final L, 67-59 BX
1/3 vs. Wells Final L, 82-75 BX
1/7 at Brandeis * • Final L, 80-69 BX RC
1/13 vs. Case Western Reserve * • Final W, 73-72 BX
1/15 vs. Carnegie Mellon * • Final L, 78-72 BX
1/20 at Washington U. * • Final L, 89-72 BX RC
1/22 at Chicago * • Final L, 93-79 BX
1/27 at Rochester * • Final L, 96-71 BX RC
1/29 at Emory * • Final L, 84-75 BX
2/3 vs. Rochester * • Final L, 101-58 BX RC
2/5 vs. Emory * • Final W, 80-79 BX
2/7 vs. Stevens Final L, 88-79 BX
2/10 at Case Western Reserve * • Final L, 84-81 BX RC
2/12 at Carnegie Mellon * • Final L, 94-58 BX PH
2/17 vs. Washington U. * • Final L, 91-66 BX RC
2/19 vs. Chicago * • Final L, 80-60 BX
2/25 vs. Brandeis * • Final L, 86-80 BX RC

(* Conference; • Region)
All times Eastern
Overall: 7-18 - Conference: 2-12
1/7 at Brandeis * • L, 80-69 BX RC
1/13 vs. Case Western Reserve * • W, 73-72 BX
1/15 vs. Carnegie Mellon * • L, 78-72 BX
1/20 at Washington U. * • L, 89-72 BX RC
1/22 at Chicago * • L, 93-79 BX
1/27 at Rochester * • L, 96-71 BX RC
1/29 at Emory * • L, 84-75 BX
2/3 vs. Rochester * • L, 101-58 BX RC
2/5 vs. Emory * • W, 80-79 BX
2/10 at Case Western Reserve * • L, 84-81 BX RC
2/12 at Carnegie Mellon * • L, 94-58 BX PH
2/17 vs. Washington U. * • L, 91-66 BX RC
2/19 vs. Chicago * • L, 80-60 BX
2/25 vs. Brandeis * • L, 86-80 BX RC

(* Conference; • Region)
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2016-17

Washington U. 12-2 21-6
Rochester 10-4 24-5
Emory 9-5 19-8
Chicago 8-6 16-9
Carnegie Mellon 8-6 14-12
Brandeis 4-10 8-16
Case Western Reserve 3-11 8-17
New York University 2-12 7-18

Past Records

2017-18 (10-14, 3-11 UAA)
2016-17 (7-18, 2-12 UAA)
2015-16 (21-6, 9-5 UAA)
2014-15 (19-9, 8-6 UAA)
2013-14 (16-10, 6-8 UAA)
2012-13 (15-11, 5-9 UAA)
2011-12 (21-6, 9-5 UAA)
2010-11 (16-11, 4-10 UAA)
2009-10 (17-10, 7-7 UAA)
2008-09 (17-11, 4-10 UAA)
2007-08 (16-11, 6-8 UAA)
2006-07 (22-6, 8-6 UAA)

Team Info

Coach: Joe Nesci
Conference: UAA

New York University

Enrollment (FT undergrads): 20950
Location: New York, NY
Colors: Purple, White
Region: East
Arena: Hunter SportsPlex (Temporary Home)
Official Website: Men | Women
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News Releases

November 9, 2018 Second Half Comeback Secures NYU Men's Basketball's First Win Under Dagan Nelson Three Violets Finish With 20+ Points in Season Opening Victory
May 20, 2018 ATN: Homecoming coaches This is the month that a lot of college students return home for the summer, and some coaches are also coming back home. Dagan Nelson has returned to NYU where he was once an assistant and Kendra Hassell has moved back to Hardin-Simmons where she was an All-American player. We spoke to both on this month's podcast.
April 19, 2018 NYU names Nelson as its next coach Dagan Nelson, who was once the head coach at SUNY New Paltz, returns to Division III and NYU to become the Violets' next coach.
March 7, 2018 Nesci retires as NYU men's basketball coach New York University men's basketball coach Joe Nesci announced his retirement, effective immediately. On the job since the middle of the 1988-89 season, Nesci has coached more games (782) and recorded more victories (512) than anyone else in program history.
January 26, 2018 Marintelli's Strong Shooting Leads NYU Past Carnegie Mellon in UAA Action Jimmy Martinelli scored 20 points on 8-of-9 shooting as the New York University men's basketball team used a strong second half to earn a 83-65 victory over visiting Carnegie Mellon University in University Athletic Association (UAA) action at the Sportsplex on Friday, January 26, in Manhattan.
January 11, 2018 On the move to find their groove Choosing a school is one of the most important decisions in a college athlete's life. What happens when that first choice ends up not being the best fit for academic, athletic or other reasons? Ryan Scott shares the stories of some Division III transfer athletes who have found a better fit the second time around.