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- John Decker | Peegs.com04/25/2008
Thanks to a big weekend in Pittsburgh, Jordan Hulls has gone from a player with a handful of mid-major offers to a player who's getting inquiries from some of college basketball's biggest programs - including IU. Find out who else is showing interest and about Hulls recent unofficial to IU...
- Bob Kulikowski | Scout Fairfield02/21/2008
To win the MAAC Tournament, a team will have to win games against the top teams in the league. This year, the top 6 teams not only have a winning record in the league, but will also get a first round bye. Here is the 2007-08 Head to head record of those top 6 teams.
- Bob Kulikowski | Scout Fairfield02/09/2008
Fairfield will be looking to win their 3rd straight game on Sunday playing Iona at the Arena at Harbor Yards. The Stags (9-14) are 7-6 in the MAAC, directly ahead of Iona (10-15), who is 6-7 in the MAAC and on a 3 game winning streak of their own.
- Bob Kulikowski | Scout Fairfield01/26/2008
Fairfield will be looking to win their 3rd straight game on Sunday playing Niagara at the Arena at Harbor Yards. The Stags (7-12) will be looking to go 6-4 in the MAAC and tie Niagara for 5th place. Niagara is currently tied for 4th in MAAC with a 6-3 record and is 12-6 overall.
- Bob Kulikowski | Scout Fairfield01/13/2008
Fairfield will be on the road Sunday playing Marist in Poughkeepsie NY. The Stags (5-10) will be looking to go 4-2 in the MAAC. Marist is in first place tie in the MAAC with a 4-1 record and is 10-6 overall. Marist's only losses have come on the road or nuetral courts against Miami, UMASS, Houston, Temple, St Johns and Niagara .
- Bob Kulikowski | Scout Fairfield01/06/2008
On December 22nd 2006, Fairfield changed its starting line-up to include Herbie Allen at guard and Mike Evanovich at forward. Since then, they have gone 2-2 with wins at St Peters and Loyola(MD), and losses to St Joes and William and Mary on the road.
- Bob Kulikowski | Scout Fairfield12/28/2007
Fairfield will be on the road this Friday evening playing St Peters College in Jersey City. The Stags (2-8) will be looking to halt a 6 game losing streak. St Peters is 3-7 and 0-1 in the MAAC. They were defeated at Manhattan by the score of 65-62. The Peacocks have a 3-1 home record.
- Bob Kulikowski | Scout Fairfield12/20/2007
Fairfield will host St. Joes on Friday evening at the Arena at Harbor Yards. The Stags (2-7) will be looking to halt a 5 game losing streak. St Joes is 4-4, with their four losses to Gonzaga in OT, Creighton in OT, Syracuse by 4, and a 5 point loss to Holy Cross in Philly.