Mar 17, 2013
Missing arm isn't holding him back
Kevin Clinton Laue, the first disabled athlete in the nation to receive a scholarship to play Division I college basketball, showed a group of children Saturday that he has attitude: one of courage, energy and self-acceptance. Laue, who was born with a left arm that ends six inches below the elbow, led a land and water basketball clinic at the ... (more)
The Riverdale Press
Jaspers' journey takes them not quite far enough
Manhattan College's comeback season ended Monday night with a three-point loss to Iona in the MAAC title game.
The York Daily Record
Central grad Tre Bowman leads Iona to NCAA berth with MAAC title game win
Iona guard Tre Bowman, left, taps in a rebound against Manhattan guard Donovan Kates and forward Shane Richards during the first half of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Association championship game Monday night in Springfield, Mass.
Iona (19-13) and Manhattan (14-17) Meet in MAAC Championship
Iona matches up against Manhattan in the championship of the MAAC Tournament at Hynes Athletic Center on Monday.
NCAA Game Summary - Fairfield vs. Manhattan
Emmy Andujar finished with 16 points, five rebounds and three steals as the sixth-seeded Manhattan Jaspers coasted to a 60-42 victory over the seventh-seeded Fairfield Stags in the semifinals of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Tournament at the MassMutual Center.