2005-06 Saint Michael's Men's Basketball News

  • Brendan Mullins Named 2006 Jerry Lanteri Award Winner
    May 17, 2006
    COLCHESTER, Vt. – Saint Michael’s College men’s basketball coach Tom O’Shea has announced that junior Brendan Mullins (Downers Grove, Ill./Downers Grove South) is the recipient of the 2006 Jerry Lanteri Award, honoring an exemplary member of the Purple Knights’ men’s basketball squad annually.
  • Men's Basketball Ends Season With 73-67 Victory
    February 21, 2006
    ALBANY, N.Y. - BJ Robertson (Burlington, Vt.) scored 24 points in his final collegiate contest, leading SMC (9-18, 6-16 NE-10) to a 73-67 win at Saint Rose on Tuesday.
  • Men's Basketball Drops 91-84 Decision at Assumption
    February 07, 2006
    WORCESTER, Mass. - Junior Brendan Mullins' (Downers Grove, Ill./Downers Grove South) game-high 25 points weren't enough as Saint Michael's (7-16, 4-14 NE-10) dropped a 91-84 decision at Assumption (6-17, 4-14 NE-10) on Tuesday at Laska Gymnasium.
  • Men's Basketball Drops 68-55 Decision At Le Moyne
    February 04, 2006
    SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Junior forward Matt Cooper (Fulton, N.Y./Fulton) totaled 18 points to lead Le Moyne to a 68-55 win over Saint Michael's in a Northeast-10 Conference men's basketball game at Grant Court. The Dolphins (9-13, 4-13 Northeast-10) made 21-of-23 (91.3%) from the free throw line to pull into a tie with Saint Michael's (7-15, 4-13 Northeast-10) for 12th place in the Northeast-10 Conference.
  • Men's Basketball Freshman Mike Iola Featured In Daily News
    January 24, 2006
    COLCHESTER, Vt. - Saint Michael's freshman basketball player Mike Iola is featured in Tuesday's Newburyport Daily News.
  • Men's Basketball Downs Post, Goes 2-0 At Doc Jacobs Classic
    December 30, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. ? Saint Michael?s College and Mercyhurst College won for the second straight day in men?s basketball action on Friday at the annual DoubleTree Doc Jacobs Classic at the Ross Sports Center. In the opener, Mercyhurst College defeated Concordia College of New York, 66-39, and in the finale, host Saint Michael?s bested Post University, 72-54.
  • Men's Basketball Bests Concordia At Doc Jacobs Classic
    December 29, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. ? Saint Michael?s College and Mercyhurst College notched opening-round victories in men?s basketball action on Thursday at the annual DoubleTree Doc Jacobs Classic at the Ross Sports Center. In the opener, Mercyhurst College bested Post University, 70-47, and in the nightcap, host Saint Michael?s rolled past Concordia College of New York, 85-73.
  • Men's Basketball Signs Rodrigues To National Letter Of Intent
    December 13, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. ? Saint Michael?s College men?s basketball coach Tom O?Shea has announced that Ryan Rodrigues of New Bedford, Mass., has signed an NCAA national letter of intent and will play for the Division II Purple Knights beginning next season.
  • Basketball Teams Split NE-10 Doubleheader With Pace
    December 10, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. - Allison Dunn's career-high 18 points led the SMC women past Pace, 73-63, while James Sorrentine's program-record 10 3-pointers weren't enough as the SMC men suffered an 84-82 setback.
  • Men's Basketball Receiving Votes In National Poll
    December 07, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. - SMC earned six points to place 36th (and fourth among Northeast-10 schools) in the NABC/Division II Men's Basketball Poll released on Tuesday.
  • Men's Basketball Falls At Saint Anselm, 87-58
    December 06, 2005
    MANCHESTER, N.H. - Despite a career-high 16 points from freshman Mike Iola, Saint Michael's (2-5, 1-3 NE-10) lost at Saint Anselm, 87-58, on Tuesday.
  • Men's Basketball Falls To Merrimack, 81-61
    December 03, 2005
    NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. - SMC (2-4, 1-2 NE-10) dropped an 81-61 decision at conference-rival Merrimack on Saturday at the Volpe Center.
  • Basketball Teams Upset Bentley In NE-10 Doubleheader
    November 30, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. ? Saint Michael?s College pulled off a pair of upset victories over Bentley College in Northeast-10 Conference basketball action on Wednesday at the Ross Sports Center. In the opener, the Purple Knight women pulled past the Falcons, 61-54, and in the nightcap, the Saint Michael?s men handed Bentley its first loss of the season, 80-71.
  • Men's Basketball Drops NE-10 Opener To Stonehill
    November 27, 2005
    EASTON, Mass. - Stonehill shot 50 percent from the field en route to a 92-70 Northeast-10 Conference men's basketball victory over Saint Michael's (1-3, 0-1 NE_10) Sunday afternoon at Merkert Gymnasium.
  • Men's Basketball Featured In Burlington Free Press
    November 22, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. - The SMC men's basketball team was featured in Tuesday's Burlington Free Press.
  • Men's Basketball Falls To Saint Thomas Aquinas, 62-57
    November 22, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. ? A furious second-half rally fell just short as Saint Michael?s College lost to Saint Thomas Aquinas College, 62-57, in non-conference men?s basketball action on Tuesday at the Ross Sports Center.
  • Mullins Leads Men's Basketball Past Saint Leo, 93-62
    November 19, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. - Junior Brendan Mullins tallied a career-high 29 points as SMC (1-1) defeated Saint Leo University, 93-62, to win the consolation game of the West Chester University Alumni Association Classic.
  • Basketball Teams To Open Regular Season This Weekend
    November 17, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. ? The Saint Michael?s College men?s and women?s basketball teams commence the regular season this weekend, as each take part in competitive season-opening tournaments.
  • Men's Basketball To Visit Boston College For Exhibition
    November 07, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. ? The Saint Michael?s College men?s basketball team will receive a stiff test before opening the 2005-06 regular season, as the Purple Knights will visit national-power Boston College at Conte Forum in an exhibition contest on Sunday, November 13 at 7 p.m.
  • Basketball Teams Picked 13TH Iin Northeast-10 Preseason Polls
    November 03, 2005
    COLCHESTER, Vt. ? Both the Saint Michael's College men's and women's basketball teams were picked to finish 13th in the Northeast-10 Conference Preseason Coaches' Poll, released on Thursday.