College Pride Press Top 25: Week Two

  The first weekend is in the past. As per the usual, there wasn’t a ton of drama. Most teams played schools from lower conferences, which served as punching bags and measuring sticks. Though some teams struggled to work through growing pains, such as Kentucky, there shouldn’t be a lot of

Postgame: Butler defeats Princeton 85-75

Postgame: Butler defeats Princeton 85-75   The Butler Bulldogs push past the Princeton Tigers for their second win of the season at Hinkle Fieldhouse. Butler held off an impressive offensive attack led by Princeton’s Amir Bell and Myles Stephens on their own offensive explosion behind Kelan Martin.   Bell, a senior who averaged

Pregame: Butler Bulldogs vs Princeton Tigers

Pregame: Butler Bulldogs vs Princeton Tigers   The Princeton Tigers travel to Indianapolis to match up against the Butler Bulldogs for their first game of the season. Both teams made the tournament last year and have key players returning for what could be another very successful season for both squads. After Butler’s

So You Want to Be a Champion?

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year! The programs are ready, the courts are so shiny, the fans ready to cheer! It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” If you aren’t in the College Basketball season spirit, then what are you doing? It has been 7 months since

Providence Basketball 2017-18 Preview

Providence Basketball 2017-18 Preview 2016-17 Record: 20-13 Key Losses: None Key Additions: Makai Ashton Langford, Nate Watson, Dajour Dickens   After the Friars turned their season around with a late six game conference winning streak and made a received a first-four bid to the NCAA tournament, Providence lost a seventeen point lead to fall to

Marquette Basketball 2017-2018 Preview

Marquette Basketball 2017-2018 Preview   2016-17 Record: 19-13   Key Losses: Katin Reinhardt, Jajuan Johnson, Luke Fischer Key Additions: Jamal Cain, Theo John, Greg Elliott, Ike Eke   Marquette’s season last year was a hot shooting, running and gunning, wild ride. They beat #1 Villanova at home and Creighton both times they met. With the best offense

Team Preview: Georgetown Basketball 2017-2018

Georgetown Basketball 2017-2018 Preview   2016-17 Record: 14-18   Key Losses: Rodney Pryor, L.J. Peak, Bradley Hayes Key Additions: Jamarko Pickett, Antwan Walker, Jahvon Blair, Chris Yannick Sodom   Last year, Georgetown had rough season towards the bottom of the Big East standings. Despite a great seasons from Rodney Pryor and L.J. Peak (leading both of them

Butler Basketball 2017-2018 Preview

Butler Basketball 2017-2018 Preview 2016-17 Record: 25-9   Key Losses: Tyler Lewis, Andrew Chrabascz, Avery Woodson, Kethan Savage Key Additions: Paul Jorgensen, Christian David, Aaron Thompson, Jerald Gillens-Butler After one of the most successful and surprising seasons in program history, the Bulldogs will be looking to rebuild for a new era of Butler basketball. Last year’s

Villanova Basketball 2017-2018 Preview

Villanova Basketball 2017-2018 Preview   2016-17 Record: 32-4 Key Losses: Josh Hart, Kris Jenkins, Darryl Reynolds Key Additions:  Omari Spellman, Jermaine Samuels, Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree    Coming off of a Championship season, last year’s Wildcat team looked as strong as ever. Ranked at the number one spot for much of the season, and lead by Wooden Award

Team Preview: Creighton Basketball 2017-2018

Creighton Basketball 2017-2018 Preview 2016-17 Record: 25-10   Key Losses: Justin Patton, Cole Huff, Zach Hanson, Kobe Paras, Isaiah Zierden, Maurice Watson Jr. Key Additions: Manny Suarez, Jacob Epperson, Mitchell Ballock, Tyshon Alexander   Creighton had a solid season that resulted in a first round tournament departure at the hands of URI, but the first first-round

Team Preview: St. John’s Basketball 2017-2018

St. John’s Basketball 2017-2018 Preview   2016-17 Record: 14-19   Key Losses: Federico Mussini, Malik Ellison, Richard Freudenberg, Darien Williams Key Additions: Bryan Trimble, Mikey Dixon, Justin Simon, Marvin Clark Jr.   The Big East was a tough conference last season, and with seven teams finishing with 19 or more wins, some teams have to be the