Monthly Archives: June 2020

A New Look for the American: Tulane Basketball

Jordan Walker

Tulane Basketball struggled last season, but there is hope for the Green Wave to improve in 2020-21. After breaking down the University of Cincinnati Bearcat men’s basketball team, I had to go to a team that handed the Bearcats a surprising loss. The Tulane University Green Wave had a single match up last year against the Bearcats. The green wave

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Hofstra Basketball: Q/A with Head Coach Joe Mihalich

Hofstra Basketball

When Joe Mihalich was introduced as the new head coach for Hofstra basketball in 2013, the program was coming off a seven-win season. It was the first time Hofstra basketball had won single-digit games in ten years. Furthermore, the gap between the Pride’s last NCAA Tournament appearance was growing. Mihalich came from Niagara, where he guided the Purple Eagles to

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Gibson Jimerson ready to make noise

Gibson Jimerson

Gibson Jimerson, the highly-touted three-star player, played his final year of high school out of Montverde Academy in Florida. He led his high school team in scoring and shooting percentage. Not too bad if you ask me. Now, Gibson Jimerson is a Saint Louis Billiken. Unfortunately, his freshman campaign ended too abruptly for him. He suffered a foot injury on

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