Tag Archive for ‘LIU Brooklyn’
Opponent: New Hampshire (America East Conference) Record: 6-4 (Last game: L vs Sacred Heart, 73-60) KenPom Ranking: 242 Tip-Off Time: 7:00pm Location: Lundholm Gymnasium – Durham, NH Media Game Coverage: Online: AmericaEast.TV/Audio: Wildcat Sports Network Meeting History: Sixth all-time meeting. LIU Brooklyn leads all-time series 4-1. This is the second meeting this season between the two teams. UNH won the first meeting… Read More ›
The lights were bright at the Barclays Center Thursday night as LIU Brooklyn withstood a furious mid-game charge by the visiting Florida International Panthers but freshman point guard Elvar Friðriksson and his 14 second-half points helped the Blackbirds get their third straight win by a final score of 69-58. The 20-year old freshman point guard… Read More ›
Opponent: Florida International (Conference USA) Record: 6-4 (Last game: W at Florida Gulf Coast, 69-63) KenPom Ranking: 194 Tip-Off Time: 7:00pm Location: Barclays Center – Brooklyn, NY Media Game Coverage: Online: NEC Front Row/Audio: Red Zone Media Meeting History: Second all-time meeting. FIU leads the series 1-0. FIU won only previous meeting 54-50 back in the 2001-02 season.
Two straight wins may not be much but for head coach Jack Perri and his LIU Brooklyn Blackbirds, it’s a definite start. After starting the season on a six-game losing streak, LIU notched their second-straight win in beating NJIT 65-49 at the Steinberg Wellness Center on Sunday afternoon. LIU Brooklyn took advantage of getting to… Read More ›
Opponent: NJIT (Independent) Record: 4-6 (Last game: L at Dartmouth, 76-66) KenPom Ranking: 268 Tip-Off Time: 3:30pm Location: Steinberg Wellness Center – Brooklyn, NY Media Game Coverage: Online: NEC Front Row/Audio: Red Zone Media Meeting History: Fourth all-time meeting. LIU Brooklyn is a perfect 3-0 vs NJIT. This is the team’s fourth matchup in the last five seasons. NJIT won last… Read More ›
And on the seventh game, the Blackbirds won. After starting out with a tough schedule and playing a couple of poor games at home, LIU Brooklyn finally got win number one in the books for the 2014-15 season as they traveled to Maine and knocked off the Black Bears 83-70 on Tuesday evening. LIU… Read More ›
Coming into Saturday, there were seven winless teams remaining in Division I college basketball. LIU Brooklyn was one of them. The Blackbirds were hoping to get themselves off that list and put their first W in the win column. It looked very promising for a good period of the first half but win number one… Read More ›