RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference

A collection of news and information related to Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference published by this site and its partners.

Top Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • Hampton Beats Manhattan In First Four, 74-64

    DAYTON, Ohio — Reginald Johnson scored 15 points and added two late critical defensive plays to lead Hampton to a 74-64 victory over Manhattan in the First Four on Tuesday night. The Pirates (17-17), who have won five in a row to get to .500,...
  • St. Joe's grads Reggie Johnson, Akeem Miskdeen open NCAA Tournament

    St. Joe's grads Reggie Johnson, Akeem Miskdeen open NCAA Tournament
    Reginald Johnson spent about a year and a half at Miami (Ohio) following graduation from St. Joseph in 2012 and had plenty of success. The Chicago native started 22 games as a freshman and averaged 11.8 points through nine games during his sophomore...
  • HU confident heading into NCAA opener versus Manhattan

    HU confident heading into NCAA opener versus Manhattan
    Even amid the inconsistency and difficulties of Hampton University's basketball season, Brian Darden believed that he played for a championship-level team. The former Phoebus High standout saw the talent in the gym and sensed the desire throughout the...
  • Hampton U. to Drexel, ODU hosts Virginia in Women's NIT

    Old Dominion will host Virginia, and Hampton University will travel to Drexel, as the Women’s National Invitation Tournament revealed its field Monday night, following the NCAA tournament announcement. The Lady Monarchs (20-12) host Virginia (17-...
  • Monday's local colleges roundup: Virginia to play at ODU in first round of WNIT; Hampton, Radford and Richmond also make 64-team field

    Women's basketball: Virginia (17-13) will play at Old Dominion (20-12) on Thursday in the first round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament. The game time will be announced on Tuesday. Hampton, Radford and Richmond also made the 64-...
  • MEAC/SWAC Challenge to feature UAPB, South Carolina State

    MEAC/SWAC Challenge to feature UAPB, South Carolina State
    The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff and South Carolina State will face off in the latest edition of the MEAC/SWAC Challenge set to kick off Sunday, Sept. 6 at the Citrus Bowl. The annual neutral-site game, which features two prominent...
  • Hurricanes left out of NCAA tourney, will host N.C. Central in NIT

    Hurricanes left out of NCAA tourney, will host N.C. Central in NIT
    For more than a week, Hurricanes coach Jim Larraņaga has done his best to state his team’s case for a berth in the NCAA Tournament, focusing primarily on Miami’s performance on the road this season. Though the Hurricanes were widely...
  • BUBBLE WATCH: It's almost over for some of the bubble teams

    When the field of 68 is finally revealed Sunday evening it means the phrase "bubble watch" goes on its trip to the land of jargon until next February when it again will be around as the regular season starts to come to a close. This year's bubble bunch...
  • UMBC, Mount St. Mary's women fall in conference basketball tournaments

    UMBC, Mount St. Mary's women fall in conference basketball tournaments
    UMBC shot 16 percent in the first half of its America East Conference tournament semifinal matchup against second-seeded Albany (23-8) and could not recover in a season-ending 66-37 loss at Binghamton. The sixth-seeded Retrievers (12-19) were led by 11...
  • State women's basketball roundup: UMES falls in MEAC final

    State women's basketball roundup: UMES falls in MEAC final
    Powered by a strong second half and four players in double figures, No. 2 seed Savannah State ended eighth-seed UMES' historic run with a 65-47 win in the women's basketball championship game Saturday afternoon at Norfolk Scope Arena, winning its first...
  • Saturday's local interest college basketball: Va. Wesleyan upends No. 1 Randolph-Macon to reach D-III semis; VCU rolls into A-10 final

    Part of the reason Randolph-Macon had ascended to the nation's top ranking in Division III was its three consecutive victories against Virginia Wesleyan. But when it mattered most, the Marlins upended the Yellow Jackets -- on R-MC's home court in...