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Post-Season CIT: St. Peter's @ UA Thursday at 7pm


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Terrific. We get to pay ($38500) last year) to host a game during spring break.   Eli, there are 32 teams, so there 5 rounds. Good chance you can sit in your own seat no matter what your ticket say

Kind of a deflating way to end what was a very good year. Played some great defenses..but the offense really sputtered at the end. Lit up Hartford..but averaged just 55ppg in the last 4 games against

CIT posted UA will host St. Peter's Thursday at 7pm according to their website. http://www.collegeinsider.com/tournament/schedule-results.php   Ticket Prices: $5-10 Watch: SEFCU or Facebook Live

That was rough, to be honest it may have been a UA issue, but I watch almost all of Jameel Warney's games on facebook live since that's who has the D League contract and it's awful for their games as well. Quality is usually crap and it chops up sometimes, not as bad as tonight was but it's normally crap.

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Kind of a deflating way to end what was a very good year. Played some great defenses..but the offense really sputtered at the end. Lit up Hartford..but averaged just 55ppg in the last 4 games against Vermont (x2), Stony Brook and Saint Peter's. Just not enough weapons to burn a team for locking down one or two guys. Conversely..I think our defense played very well after starting conference play 0-3.

 

Hopefully the underclassmen learned a lot this season and come back that much stronger next year.

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Season's over and like Phoenix said, let's hope the Nichols, Cremo, and company come

out ready to stamp their legacy on this program. Lots of ups and downs but the talent is there.

 

And any comments on the incoming freshmen class, and their contribution to next season?

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As for our outgoing seniors, although Rowley didn't have a super strong year...

he went into my book of all time greatests when he flew out to las angeles with Hooley

just to make Hooley's connection to Australia when his mom was in dire straits.

 

Impressive kid. Great family.

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Thanks Mike.

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Updated the stats for the last game.

 

How do we only attempt 6 FT's at home? Going back to last game, refs hosed us. UVM made more FT's than we attempted. That's sickening. And with David/Joe/Campbell/Charles there is NO WAY we are a shooting team. We drive or bang. We didn't get the calls.

UAlbany Wins																								
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **																								
Opponent	FGM		FGA		FG%		FTM		FTA		FT%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		RBG		AST		TO	
Penn State	30	27	61	63	49.2%	42.9%	20	18	25	22	80.0%	81.8%	7	9	14	25	50.0%	36.0%	43	26	16	9	15	12
Oneonta	        38	20	81	71	46.9%	28.2%	16	11	25	13	64.0%	84.6%	5	5	12	27	41.7%	18.5%	69	31	15	11	12	13
Brown	        26	25	52	59	50.0%	42.4%	22	21	28	29	78.6%	72.4%	6	5	14	20	42.9%	25.0%	37	28	9	13	18	8
Siena	        27	23	52	49	51.9%	46.9%	21	19	32	25	65.6%	76.0%	6	7	12	22	50.0%	31.8%	29	31	15	11	6	11
Marist	        26	25	60	51	43.3%	49.0%	21	5	28	8	75.0%	62.5%	5	11	14	28	35.7%	39.3%	34	30	13	15	9	19
Colgate	        26	23	51	45	51.0%	51.1%	19	9	26	11	73.1%	81.8%	3	11	9	29	33.3%	37.9%	29	22	8	11	10	16
St. Francis BK	29	24	61	59	47.5%	40.7%	21	7	25	12	84.0%	58.3%	8	5	17	22	47.1%	22.7%	50	21	19	12	15	8
Columbia	21	24	52	51	40.4%	47.1%	24	12	28	18	85.7%	66.7%	4	7	12	23	33.3%	30.4%	39	27	8	16	15	13
Cornell	        27	22	62	49	43.5%	44.9%	11	5	16	9	68.8%	55.6%	4	10	16	31	25.0%	32.3%	43	24	14	14	10	13
UMBC	        28	16	54	49	51.9%	32.7%	16	10	20	15	80.0%	66.7%	5	11	8	27	62.5%	40.7%	41	26	8	11	11	13
Binghamton	35	22	54	48	64.8%	45.8%	7	13	11	14	63.6%	92.9%	7	8	12	24	58.3%	33.3%	26	22	17	12	8	13
Maine	        30	23	55	51	54.5%	45.1%	17	11	22	20	77.3%	55.0%	4	6	14	14	28.6%	42.9%	34	28	16	13	11	15
Hartford	25	19	55	55	45.5%	34.5%	19	11	27	16	70.4%	68.8%	5	12	14	36	35.7%	33.3%	44	29	11	14	13	13
Umass Lowell	32	30	61	58	52.5%	51.7%	19	10	24	13	79.2%	76.9%	7	7	13	17	53.8%	41.2%	33	30	20	15	10	14
UNH	        24	21	53	50	45.3%	42.0%	14	7	20	10	70.0%	70.0%	7	6	17	21	41.2%	28.6%	28	33	14	14	5	14
Binghamton	23	21	52	52	44.2%	40.4%	11	6	15	8	73.3%	75.0%	9	6	21	16	42.9%	37.5%	37	25	15	7	9	5
UMBC	        25	25	57	54	43.9%	46.3%	25	12	31	17	80.6%	70.6%	3	7	13	22	23.1%	31.8%	38	30	8	13	8	13
Maine	        29	17	70	51	41.4%	33.3%	8	13	10	23	80.0%	56.5%	8	9	23	19	34.8%	47.4%	40	36	15	10	3	9
Hartford	30	22	63	60	47.6%	36.7%	13	11	16	14	81.3%	78.6%	7	7	14	21	50.0%	33.3%	39	35	16	11	13	15
Hartford	35	27	57	64	61.4%	42.2%	17	12	21	14	81.0%	85.7%	13	5	25	20	52.0%	25.0%	37	26	25	11	11	11
Stony Brook	18	18	46	45	39.1%	40.0%	21	16	25	24	84.0%	66.7%	6	4	14	21	42.9%	19.0%	34	28	8	8	18	16
																								
OOC W Tot.	250	213	532	497	47.0%	42.9%	175	107	233	147	75.1%	72.8%	48	70	120	227	40.0%	30.8%	373	240	117	112	110	113
AE W Tot.	281	216	574	528	49.0%	40.9%	149	104	196	150	76.0%	69.3%	62	79	149	217	41.6%	36.4%	360	294	140	120	91	124
AE Tour. Tot.	53	45	103	109	51.5%	41.3%	38	28	46	38	82.6%	73.7%	19	9	39	41	48.7%	22.0%	71	54	33	19	29	27
																								
OOC W Avg.	27.8	23.7	59.1	55.2	47.0%	42.9%	19.4	11.9	25.9	16.3	75.1%	72.8%	5.3	7.8	13.3	25.2	40.0%	30.8%	41.4	26.7	13.0	12.4	12.2	12.6
AE W Avg.	28.1	21.6	57.4	52.8	49.0%	40.9%	14.9	10.4	19.6	15.0	76.0%	69.3%	6.2	7.9	14.9	21.7	41.6%	36.4%	36	29.4	14.0	12.0	9.1	12.4
AE Tour. Avg.	26.5	22.5	51.5	54.5	51.5%	41.3%	19.0	14.0	23.0	19.0	82.6%	73.7%	9.5	4.5	19.5	20.5	48.7%	22.0%	35.5	27.0	16.5	9.5	14.5	13.5
																								
Total W	        584	474	1209	1134	48.3%	41.8%	362	239	475	335	76.2%	71.3%	129	158	308	485	41.9%	32.6%	804	588	290	251	230	264
Average W	27.8	22.6	57.6	54.0	48.4%	42.1%	17.2	11.4	22.6	16.0	76.0%	71.6%	6.1	7.5	14.7	23.1	42.1%	32.8%	38.3	28.0	13.8	12.0	11.0	12.6
																								
UAlbany Losses																								
** Albany stats are the left side in each grouping **																								
Opponent	FGM		FGA		FG%		FTM		FTA		FT%		3PTM		3PTA		3PT%		RBG		AST		TO	
Cincinatti	20	28	48	61	41.7%	45.9%	9	13	14	20	64.3%	65.0%	2	5	14	21	14.3%	23.8%	33	34	8	16	22	10
Grand Canyon	27	29	59	69	45.8%	42.0%	15	14	21	21	71.4%	66.7%	8	10	21	24	38.1%	41.7%	36	33	10	15	13	9
Holy Cross	21	18	45	46	46.7%	39.1%	8	6	10	10	80.0%	60.0%	1	11	9	29	11.1%	37.9%	20	37	15	12	18	9
Yale	        22	22	50	56	44.0%	39.3%	9	4	10	5	90.0%	80.0%	2	11	12	29	16.7%	37.9%	31	33	13	15	12	13
Canisius	27	26	66	57	40.9%	45.6%	8	13	8	17	100.0%	76.5%	2	12	11	28	18.2%	42.9%	37	35	11	20	13	14
SMU	        21	25	51	47	41.2%	53.2%	4	13	5	24	80.0%	54.2%	7	8	23	17	30.4%	47.1%	25	33	10	14	12	10
Umass Lowell	32	33	56	52	57.1%	63.5%	8	7	11	12	72.7%	58.3%	7	12	16	23	43.8%	52.2%	28	18	13	17	13	11
Stony Brook	28	22	50	58	56.0%	37.9%	7	20	10	24	70.0%	83.3%	7	8	13	28	53.8%	28.6%	31	30	14	13	19	10
UNH	        22	25	51	52	43.1%	48.1%	18	11	25	13	72.0%	84.6%	5	14	19	30	26.3%	46.7%	31	29	8	16	6	8
Vermont	        19	22	64	50	29.7%	44.0%	10	13	13	20	76.9%	65.0%	1	3	8	18	12.5%	16.7%	43	37	8	12	10	14
Stony Brook	21	23	52	48	40.4%	47.9%	20	19	23	24	87.0%	79.2%	3	7	10	18	30.0%	38.9%	29	31	12	8	13	14
Vermont	        21	23	42	52	50.0%	44.2%	1	10	2	13	50.0%	76.9%	7	6	13	22	53.8%	27.3%	24	27	11	9	14	4
Vermont	        21	16	53	48	39.6%	33.3%	9	18	14	24	64.3%	75.0%	2	6	15	16	13.3%	37.5%	36	32	10	9	9	5
St. Peters	21	22	46	52	45.7%	42.3%	4	6	7	15	57.1%	40.0%	8	9	21	21	38.1%	42.9%	30	29	14	12	12	4
																								
OOC L Tot.	138	148	319	336	43.3%	44.0%	53	63	68	97	77.9%	64.9%	22	57	90	148	24.4%	38.5%	182	205	67	92	90	65
AE L Tot.	164	173	366	359	44.8%	48.2%	68	93	89	130	76.4%	71.5%	37	58	102	156	36.3%	37.2%	211	205	76	89	87	71
AE Tour. Tot.	21	16	53	48	39.6%	33.3%	9	18	14	24	64.3%	75.0%	2	6	15	16	13.3%	37.5%	36	32	10	9	9	5
PS L. Tot.	21	22	46	52	45.7%	42.3%	4	6	7	15	57.1%	40.0%	8	9	21	21	38.1%	42.9%	30	29	14	12	12	4
																								
OOC L Avg.	23.0	24.7	53.2	56.0	43.3%	44.0%	8.8	10.5	11.3	16.2	77.9%	64.9%	3.7	9.5	15.0	24.7	24.4%	38.5%	30.3	34.2	11.2	15.3	15.0	10.8
AE L Avg.	27.3	28.8	61.0	59.8	44.8%	48.2%	11.3	15.5	14.8	21.7	76.4%	71.5%	6.2	9.7	17.0	26.0	36.3%	37.2%	35.2	34.2	12.7	14.8	14.5	11.8
AE Tour. Avg.	21.0	16.0	53.0	48.0	39.6%	33.3%	9.0	18.0	14.0	24.0	64.3%	75.0%	2.0	6.0	15.0	16.0	13.3%	37.5%	36.0	32.0	10.0	9.0	9.0	5.0
PS L. Avg.	21.0	22.0	46.0	52.0	45.7%	42.3%	4.0	6.0	7.0	15.0	57.1%	40.0%	8.0	9.0	21.0	21.0	38.1%	42.9%	30.0	29.0	14.0	12.0	12.0	4.0
																								
Total L	        344	359	784	795	43.9%	45.2%	134	180	178	266	75.3%	67.7%	69	130	228	341	30.3%	38.1%	459	471	167	202	198	145
Average L	24.6	25.6	56.0	56.8	44.4%	44.7%	9.6	12.9	12.7	19.0	74.0%	68.9%	4.9	9.3	16.3	24.4	28.6%	37.3%	32.8	33.6	11.9	14.4	14.1	10.4
																								
Total (all)	928	833	1993	1929	46.6%	43.2%	496	419	653	601	76.0%	69.7%	198	288	536	826	36.9%	34.9%	1263	1059	457	453	428	409
Average (all)	26.5	23.8	56.9	55.1	46.8%	43.1%	14.2	12.0	18.7	17.2	75.2%	70.5%	5.7	8.2	15.3	23.6	36.7%	34.6%	36.1	30.3	13.1	12.9	12.2	11.7

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My 8 year old woke me up at about 6:00am this morning to tell me that the game was rigged.

 

How can an 8 year old see plays better than the refs. I try my hardest not to complain about the officiating as it is what it is and teams need to figure out how to play within what the refs are calling - but seriously, last night was the worst I have ever seen at any level. There are playground games that have better officiating. At one point in the second half the foul disparity with 10 to 4 or something like that. A St. Peters guy took 6 steps on play and when the whistle went off, I yelled that they finally made a call - and it turned out to be a foul and not a travel? 7 F'ing steps before any type of contact. If the game meant anything, and wasn't the CIT, I would put in a formal complaint to the NCAA.

 

UA Played 5 on 8 last night and still kept the game close. Terrible way to end an overall great rebuilding season. I'm sad no more ball to root for after this weekend (assuming the ladies lose to UConn).

 

Time to start stalking the recruiting thread and listening to rumors on who is staying and who is leaving (someone has to be leaving with 2 graduations and 3 signed recruits and more offers still out there).

 

Next year it will be a rematch of VT vs. UA only this time it will be at SEFCU. I am calling it now.

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My 8 year old woke me up at about 6:00am this morning to tell me that the game was rigged.

 

How can an 8 year old see plays better than the refs. I try my hardest not to complain about the officiating as it is what it is and teams need to figure out how to play within what the refs are calling - but seriously, last night was the worst I have ever seen at any level. There are playground games that have better officiating. At one point in the second half the foul disparity with 10 to 4 or something like that. A St. Peters guy took 6 steps on play and when the whistle went off, I yelled that they finally made a call - and it turned out to be a foul and not a travel? 7 F'ing steps before any type of contact. If the game meant anything, and wasn't the CIT, I would put in a formal complaint to the NCAA.

 

UA Played 5 on 8 last night and still kept the game close. Terrible way to end an overall great rebuilding season. I'm sad no more ball to root for after this weekend (assuming the ladies lose to UConn).

 

Time to start stalking the recruiting thread and listening to rumors on who is staying and who is leaving (someone has to be leaving with 2 graduations and 3 signed recruits and more offers still out there).

 

Next year it will be a rematch of VT vs. UA only this time it will be at SEFCU. I am calling it now.

It seems like we are starting to put the blame game on the refs for all these recent losses lol. I didn't watch last night, but was it that bad? The America East championship game was bad, but it was bad both ways.

I love that WB teams get hot come the end of the year, but if they don't start getting hot at beginning and stay hot, they won't have that opportunity to have that rematch at SEFCU. That is also why 14-15 season was so special as they ran through the conference play at 15-1. Stayed hot all the way through.

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My 8 year old woke me up at about 6:00am this morning to tell me that the game was rigged.

 

How can an 8 year old see plays better than the refs. I try my hardest not to complain about the officiating as it is what it is and teams need to figure out how to play within what the refs are calling - but seriously, last night was the worst I have ever seen at any level. There are playground games that have better officiating. At one point in the second half the foul disparity with 10 to 4 or something like that. A St. Peters guy took 6 steps on play and when the whistle went off, I yelled that they finally made a call - and it turned out to be a foul and not a travel? 7 F'ing steps before any type of contact. If the game meant anything, and wasn't the CIT, I would put in a formal complaint to the NCAA.

 

UA Played 5 on 8 last night and still kept the game close. Terrible way to end an overall great rebuilding season. I'm sad no more ball to root for after this weekend (assuming the ladies lose to UConn).

 

Time to start stalking the recruiting thread and listening to rumors on who is staying and who is leaving (someone has to be leaving with 2 graduations and 3 signed recruits and more offers still out there).

 

Next year it will be a rematch of VT vs. UA only this time it will be at SEFCU. I am calling it now.

It seems like we are starting to put the blame game on the refs for all these recent losses lol. I didn't watch last night, but was it that bad? The America East championship game was bad, but it was bad both ways.

I love that WB teams get hot come the end of the year, but if they don't start getting hot at beginning and stay hot, they won't have that opportunity to have that rematch at SEFCU. That is also why 14-15 season was so special as they ran through the conference play at 15-1. Stayed hot all the way through.

 

 

Yesterday was worse than UVM, but make no mistake, UVM was a hack job by the refs.

 

Season Averages:

 

FTM/FTA:

UA - 14.2/18.7

Opp - 12.0/17.2

 

Fouls:

UA - 18.3

Opp - 18.4

 

In the Championship:

 

FTM/FTA:

UA - 9/14

UVM - 18/24

 

Fouls:

UA - 22

UVM - 15

 

CIT vs St. Peters (one of the refs from the UVM game was there - Andrew Maira):

 

FTM/FTA:

UA - 4/7

SPU- 6/15

 

Fouls:

UA - 16

SPU- 9

 

 

It's one thing if we were known as an outside shooting team (like Hartford or something) but that is CLEARLY not the case.

 

Season Averages:

 

3PTM/3PTA:

UA - 5.7/15.3

Opp - 8.2/23.6

For the year, we took 536 3's and teams took 826 against us. Hence why we tend to go to the line more often because we're more of a drive it inside with David/Joe kind of team.

 

 

In the Championship:

 

3PTM/3PTA:

UA - 2/15

UVM - 6/16

 

CIT vs St. Peters (one of the refs from the UVM game was there - Andrew Maira):

 

3PTM/3PTA:

UA - 8/21

SPU- 9/21

 

As you can see, the 3PT stats from both games was pretty even between both teams...means both teams attacked in similar fashion as well. So what happened to cause such disparities at the line? It's bull$iena.

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St. Peter's only had four turnovers, we had 12 and I bet at least five were completely unforced - passes mistimed or four feet too high, falling down on the floor, etc.

 

T-U says attendance was "a ho-hum crowd of 641"

 

Brown says he's not looking for another job but his ears are open.

 

http://www.timesunion.com/sports/article/UAlbany-men-lose-to-St-Peter-s-in-CIT-to-end-11008332.php

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