Boston University recently saw three players transfer. The impact of the departure of one of them will be felt more than the other two.
The first year for Hofstra under Joe Mihalich is in the books. Many expected that wins would be hard to come by, and they were, but this season was about more than that and is hardly a throwaway year.
Cornell has had a rough season, as could be expected given some personnel losses. It’s almost in the books, and the future at least looks brighter.
Mass Elite and Boston Warriors, two of the largest programs in Massachusetts, teamed up for a college showcase on Wednesday night. Here are some evaluations from that event.
Teams gathered at Mass Premier Courts to chase the state title in the oldest age group, and one champion was a familiar one.
All For One has been one of the better travel programs in Massachusetts for players before they reach high school
Size and options on the wing are not lacking for this year’s junior team
Expressions Elite has quickly become one of the deeper programs in New England
Marianapolis Prep is far from loaded with talent, but they have enough perimeter talent to be dangerous. As is usually the case, they will battle and be a tough out in Class AA.
Vermont Academy has a new coach for the second year in a row, but they shouldn’t skip a beat. They have enough talent to win a lot of games and make a deep run in NEPSAC Class AA.
The Master’s School has a number of good students, and they will continue to head to college later. This time around, they also have some talent on the hardwood and should win a few more games.
The Rivers School had a breakthrough season last year, winning the Independent School League. They will try to build on that with a team that loses a lot but also returns a lot from last season’s team.
Tabor Academy will once again be headlined by a frontcourt player. This time around, though, the Seawolves appear to have a deeper support cast than in recent years.