Tag: Julian Boyd
Photo gallery of LIU Brooklyn men’s basketball Senior Day at the Steinberg Wellness Center on Saturday, March 1, 2014. All photos taken by Bob Dea.
Saturday, March 1st. It’s the first day of the best month of the year, the start of March Madness. But this season, there was little joy to the start of the best time of the year. It was because we were getting ready to witness the end of magnificent run of success that had never… Read More ›
Ok, we all know Thursday night loss to Central Connecticut State was rough. Beyond rough. Painful is more like it. We as LIU Brooklyn fans won’t get to see our beloved Blackbirds defend their three straight NEC championships. They will be missing the NEC Tournament for the first time since the 2006-07 season. It has… Read More ›
LIU Brooklyn Athletics today officially announced that sixth-year forward Julian Boyd will not be returning to the court this season thus effectively ending his brilliant LIU Brooklyn career. LIU Brooklyn head coach Jack Perri revealed that Boyd re-tore his ACL for a third time on a non-contact drill as he was preparing to make his… Read More ›
Here we are. We’re just five days away from the curtain opening up on the 2013-14 LIU Brooklyn men’s basketball season. This year’s team is in a unique situation as the first ever three-time defending NEC champions and they will have to try and go after an unprecedented fourth NEC championship without most of the… Read More ›
Yesterday, I got the opportunity to visit the Steinberg Wellness Center for the first time this season and got a chance to take in a LIU Brooklyn men’s basketball practice as they begin final preparations for the start of regular season which is just over a week away. First thing you can see is that… Read More ›
Ok Blackbird fans. I hate being the bearer of bad news but there is no getting around it. The injury bug has claimed another victim on this season’s Blackbird squad. Blackbirds Hoops Journal has learned that 6’7″ freshman forward Nura Zanna is out for the entire 2013-14 season with a hand injury. LIU Brooklyn head… Read More ›