Keyword: Steve Masiello
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Warren Williams may not be Usain Bolt, but he’s positioning himself as a leading ambassador for his country when it comes to hoops. The 6-foot-9 forward is a household name at Manhattan College, fresh off his third season with the school. And it wasn’t too long ago he was in Jamaica, with basketball dreams in the making. more
For a college basketball coach, this time of year is usually like Christmas, Thanksgiving and the Fourth of July all rolled into one. Not only would the NCAA Tournament be in full swing, but coaches not participating in the Big Dance would hit the recruiting trail to load up their roster for next season. There would be extensive travel, countless in-home visits with recruits and their families, and a plethora of high school games to be viewed in order to uncover a program’s next jewel or two. more
The plan last Friday night for Manhattan was rather simple: Send the Jaspers’ senior class out in style with a victory over Fairfield on Senior Night. That win would, in turn, put the brakes to a late-season skid that had seen Manhattan drop six of its previous seven games. more
This was not how Manhattan head coach Steve Masiello envisioned last weekend playing out. With a match against first-place St. Peter’s on Friday night followed by a visit from last-place Canisius for a Sunday matinee, the goal for the Jaspers was to sweep the weekend series and make a major move in the standings in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. more
The Manhattan College men’s basketball team bus was still a couple hours away from home as it chugged down the New York State Thruway last Sunday night after a weekend in Western New York. There was no blaring music. No loud celebrations. No evidence at all about what the Jaspers had pulled off to open the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference season. more
There were many things Manhattan College coach Steve Masiello was looking to accomplish when he put together his challenging 2019-20 non-conference schedule. Sure, wins were right at the top of the list, but player growth was almost as important. more
It’s just two games into the season, and there are questions as to who the Manhattan Jaspers men’s basketball team will be this season. more
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