The former Vermont star is among several former (and one current) mid-major players set to compete for places ahead of the Olympic qualifiers.
Players taped over the school name before they took the field on Friday.
America East tournament tips off on Saturday with three games
Maine will not finish its regular-season schedule or participate in the America East tournament
A look at the top players, teams and some thoughts on the two-game weekend format
From Baltimore to Burlington, underdogs danced through the night
Vermont has dominated the America East lately and that should continue.
After a disappointing year and a conference switch, the Highlanders look to thrive in their new home
Commissioner Amy Huchthausen discusses how to piece together a season during a pandemic
Doggone it, UAlbany has gone and done something cool.
This makes too much sense.
Road teams won half of their conference games this season, which could set up a wild finish.
An excellent match between a player who wanted to showcase his skills and a team in need of a versatile veteran
The Hawks are no longer America East pushovers.
The Catamounts are the runaway favorites in the America East, led by one of the best players in the country
Maine head coach Richard Barron discusses everything from tempo, to recruiting to the California name, image, likeness bill.
Summer travel blog: For Elijah Olaniyi, Barcelona has been a learning experience, on and off the court
The Seawolves finally faced some competition this week.
The Seawolves are in Spain, where Vermont can’t find them.
The reigning America East Player of the Year has helped guide Vermont to a pair of NCAA tournament appearances in three seasons.
Vermont is going to be scary good in 2019-20. Again.
The Catamounts’ outside shooting could only take them so far against the Noles.
6 Seniors, Four 1,000 point scorers, 1 goal
The Catamounts have home court, but that hasn’t meant a ton in the past.
Are the Catamounts bound to return to the Big Dance?
As the March sweethearts faced off on Sunday, let’s take some time to reflect on their rise and what’s next.
At 8-1, the Seawolves look like a threat in the America East.